Māori (New Zealand people) - Education - New Zealand - Bay of Plenty Region

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Rockel, Barbara, fl 1997 :Photograph of pupils of Murupara Maori School
Date: 19 Dec 1913 By: Rockel, Barbara, active 1997 Ref: PAColl-5487 Description: Photograph of a group of boys and girls of Murupara Maori School, taken 19 December 1913 by an unidentified photographer Teacher at the school was Miss Mary...
Date: 1918,1923 From: Binney, Judith Te Tomairangi o te Aroha (Dame), 1940-2011: Collection Ref: MS-Papers-11115-176 Description: Contains a letter from Sister Jessie Grieve to Mrs Hunter, 1923, a letter from Alex Doull to Miss Johnston, 1918 and accompanying note from Miss Johnston's ...
Date: [ca 1920s] From: Binney, Judith Te Tomairangi o te Aroha (Dame), 1940-2011: Collection Ref: PAColl-9928-26 Description: Unbound pages from two photograph albums, with images relating to the Presbyterian mission in the Whakatane District, taken circa 1920s by unidentified photo...
Children taking part in tooth brush drill, Te Kaha school, Opotiki
Date: [ca 1944] From: Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972 :Photographic albums, prints and negatives Ref: 1/4-001106-F Description: Shows children in a school playground ca 1944, taking part in a tooth brush drill. Photograph taken by John Dobree Pascoe. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative...
Date: [1900-1996] By: Coughlan, Richard William, 1914-2010 Ref: MS-Group-1109 Description: Comprises papers relating to Coughlan's research into his parents' lives as teachers at the Maori school of Omaio, Bay of Plenty, and the Methodist church at...
Maori school children outside the first paling school at Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1920s? From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030816-F Description: Caption on file print reads: "School children, outside first paling school at Ruatahuna. This school was built in 1918." Shows three rows of Maori girls and ...
First school in Ruatahuna built with pit sawn timber
Date: ca 1920s? From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030874-F Description: Captions on back of file print reads "The first school in Ruatahuna built with pit sawn timber." Shows a single storey building, with a porch, sited on a hi...
First school house at Waiohau
Date: ca 1920s? From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030876-F Description: Caption on back of file print reads: "The first school house at Waiohau. This was a mission school run by the Presbyterian Church." Shows a cottage with a co...
Paling school and residence at Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1920 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030819-F Description: Paling school (right) and residence, at Ruatahuna. Photograph taken circa 1920 by an unidentified photographer. Note on back of file print reads: "Paling sc...
Maori children outside the school at Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1920 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030902-F Description: Captions on back of file print reads "First paling school at Ruatahuna built in 1918 by Rev. Fletcher and Laughton assisted by local Maoris. Sister Annie and...
Children arriving at Te Kaha Native School, Bay of Plenty
Date: [ca 1944] From: Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972 :Photographic albums, prints and negatives Ref: 1/4-001105-F Description: Children arriving at Te Kaha Native School, Bay of Plenty. Shows them coming off a school bus and going through the school gates. Photograph taken circa 1944...
Maori groups alongside the school at Maungapohatu
Date: ca 1920s? From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030869-F Description: Captions on back of file print reads "Maungapohatu school. The round house (formerly Rua's dance house) was pulled down and this building replaced it as the ...
Reverend John George Laughton, his assistant John Currie, and their class of Maori children, outside Maungapohatu School
Date: 1918 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030857-F Description: Reverend John George Laughton, his assistant John Currie, and their class, outside Maungapohatu School (formerly Rua Kenana's dance house or whare kanikani) ...
Date: [ca 1918-ca 1920s] From: Binney, Judith Te Tomairangi o te Aroha (Dame), 1940-2011: Collection Ref: PAColl-9928-25 Description: Chiefly pages from three photograph albums, with images relating to the Presbyterian mission in the Whakatane district, taken circa 1918-circa 1920s by unide...
Date: [ca 1919-ca 1920s], 1950 From: Binney, Judith Te Tomairangi o te Aroha (Dame), 1940-2011: Collection By: Godber, Albert Percy, 1875-1949 Ref: PAColl-9928-27 Description: Loose prints from album and album pages at PA1-o-1818, PAColl-9928-25 and PAColl-9928-26, chiefly images relating to the Presbyterian mission in the Whakatan...
Date: [ca 1918-ca 1920] From: Binney, Judith Te Tomairangi o te Aroha (Dame), 1940-2011: Collection Ref: PA1-o-1818 Description: Album of photographs relating to the Presbyterian mission in the Whakatane district, taken circa 1918-ca 1920 by unidentified photographers. The album was gi...
Kikouri, the first chairman of the Ruatahuna School committee
Date: 1924 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030880-F Description: A photograph of Kikouri, the first chairman of the Ruatahuna School committee in 1918, photographed probably circa 1924. Shows an elderly Maori man with a ca...
Maori school children, with Annie Henry and others, at Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1917 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030943-F Description: Caption on back of file print reads: 1st school - Taiwera House opened 1st Feb 1917. Sister Annie and Miss Monfries (teacher). Ruatahuna. This first school ...
Children at toothbrush drill, Te Kaha Native School
Date: [ca 1944] From: Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972 :Photographic albums, prints and negatives Ref: 1/4-001107-F Description: Children standing in circles at toothbrush drill in the grounds of Te Kaha Native School. Taken by John Dobree Pascoe circa 1944. Other - Pascoe's set of ph...
Date: 1877, 1901 From: McLean family : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-0032-0932 Description: Candidates came from Lake Rotoiti, Taumarere (Bay of Islands), Tokomaru Bay, Te Kao, Rapaki, Te Aute College, St Stephen's School (Parnell), Tokaanu, Ranana...