Prisoners, Māori

Māori prisoners
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Maori prisoners, members of the Hauhau church, under guard on board a prison hulk in Wellington Harbour
Date: 1866 Ref: 1/2-004134-F Description: Maori prisoners, members of the Hauhau church, under guard on board a prison hulk in Wellington Harbour, 1866. Photographer unidentified. This image is a cr...
Date: 1881 - 1882 From: Hobson, Henry, fl 1881 :Album [of military photographs, cartes de visite and watercolours, Armed Constabulary, Taranaki. 1881-1882]. By: Gibbs, William Brickell, 1844?-1898; Sherriff, George, 1846-1930 Ref: E-814-014 Description: Watercolour sketches show three Maori head and shoulder portraits, a portrait of Te Whiti walking in profile in a blanket (based on the illustration after Ge...
Prisoners of war in Maori concert party costume, Oflag 6B, Warburg, Germany
Date: during World War 2 From: New Zealand. Department of Internal Affairs. War History Branch :Photographs relating to World War 1914-1918, World War 1939-1945, occupation of Japan, Korean War, and Malayan Emergency By: Cowie, Gordon Rae, 1896-1984 Ref: DA-10578-F Description: Unidentified prisoners of war in Maori concert party costume, Oflag 6B, Warburg, Germany. Photograph taken by Gordon Rae Cowie between circa 1940 and 1945. ...
Date: 1868 From: Alexander Turnbull Library : Maori Manuscripts Librarian working notes Ref: MS-Papers-6373-41 Description: Contains 3 copies of manuscript by Te Kooti quoting scripture and various books from the Bible. Also gives lists of prisoners held on Chatham Islands. See MS...
Policemen with a group of Maori who participated in the Dog Tax Rebellion
Date: May 1898 From: Barrett, Fenwick, 1908-1996: Photographs relating to the Dog Tax Rebellion, Rawene Ref: 1/2-018754-F Description: Five members of the Ngapuhi resistance to the imposition of the dog tax and eight policemen, taken May 1898 by Charles Dawes at Waima, Hokianga, when the pro...
Date: 30 Jul 1991 From: Maori Women's Welfare League: Interviews By: Rennie, Hinerangi, 1916-2000; Szaszy, Mira, 1921-2001 Ref: OHInt-0602-13 Description: Hiria Rennie born Hinerangi Tangiariki in about 1916. Refers to father, Tamati from Taranaki; mother from Whanganui, Ngati Apa iwi, Kurahaupo waka. Talks abo...
"I'm Prof Anaya from the U.N. and I'm troubled by your Treaty settlement process, and the number of 'disadvantaged' Maori in prison!!" 26 July 2010
Date: 2010 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0014894 Description: A man opens the door to New Zealand and a huge creature pushes its way in announcing 'I'm Prof Anaya from the U.N. and I'm troubled by your Treaty settlement...
Date: 1881 - 1882 From: Hobson, Henry, fl 1881 :Album [of military photographs, cartes de visite and watercolours, Armed Constabulary, Taranaki. 1881-1882]. By: Sherriff, George, 1846-1930 Ref: E-814-013 Description: Watercolour sketches showing Hiroki with a guard, and Tohu walking in profile. These images are based on a component of the illustrated page by George Sherri...
Ledger, James J, 1847-1907 : In search of a home at the antipodes
Date: 1890-1893 By: Ledger, James John, 1847-1907 Ref: MSX-9415 Description: Memoir written by James Ledger in Abbotsford, Australia between 1890 and 1893. The narrative primarily concerns Ledger's immigration to New Zealand in 1878,...
Date: 1864 From: Illustrated London News :[Scrapbook of clippings relating to New Zealand 1860s] By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: E-372-f-037 Description: Page 216 from the Illustrated London news with three sketches by an unidentified artist. 1. Rangariri from the Waikato shows a tent camp on hills above the W...
Correspondence and other papers in Maori
Date: [1840s-1860s] From: McLean, Donald (Sir), 1820-1877 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-0032-1012 Description: Letters from Maori on a variety of subjects; there is a letter from Wiremu Kingi Whiti Wiremu Kingi Te Rangitake?) explaining his position in the period prio...
Date: Mar-May 1881 From: Rolleston, William, 1831-1903 : Papers Ref: 77-248-03/3 Description: Identified correspondents entered in Name field below; also includes coded telegram from Sir John Hall re Parihaka, interview with Te Whiti Quantity: 1 fold...
Date: 1866 From: Haines, Bernard Gilpin, b 1842 :Photographs compiled while on active service with the 18th Royal Irish Regiment during the New Zealand Wars Ref: PA1-f-027-10-4 Description: Prisoners, members of the Hau Hau movement, on board a prison hulk in Wellington harbour, 1866. Photographer unidentified. The prisoners were captured at We...
Date: 13 Apr 1995 From: New Zealand Prisoners' Aid and Rehabilitation Society oral history project By: Trotter, Thomas Robert, active 1980s-1995 Ref: OHInt-0422/29 Description: Thomas Robert (Tom) Trotter recalls having a position with Otago Foundation Trust Board when he applied for position as field worker secretary to the Prisone...
"Still - don't forget - if it wasn't for Maori, everyone in prison would be Pakeha!"
Date: 22 August 2018 From: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Digital cartoons By: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945-; Fairfax Media Limited (Firm); Northland age (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0038712 Description: Digital cartoon by Malcolm Evans on political and social issues in New Zealand and internationally. Title transcribed from item. Quantity: 1 digital cartoo...
Ewe Tube - woolly thinking. "New Zealand's criminal justice system discriminates against Maoris... NZ Police should get rid of those painful tasers..." 29 March 2010
Date: 2010 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0014018 Description: The cartoon shows 'Ewe Tube' (wordplay on You Tube) on a computer screen. Beneath the heading 'Woolly thinking' a ewe who represents the 'U.N. Human Rights ...
"What's that music coming from the separate 'healing and flatting' unit for the Maori cons?" "'Jailhouse mock...'" 17 April 2009
Date: 2009 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0011015 Description: Two criminals behind bars wonder what the music is that they hear coming from the separate 'healing and flatting unit for Maori cons'. One of them suggests i...
[Clayton, Matthew Thomas] 1831-1922 :H M P S Driver off Barrett's Hotel - Wellington - in 1846 with Maori chiefs on board - prisoners after their fight on the coast [and] The old country built Bq London discharged bullocks from Sydney in 1846 - Capt Gibson [1846?]
Date: 1846 By: Clayton, Matthew Thomas, 1831-1922 Ref: A-078-015 Description: Possibly a later reconstruction of this scene, identifying Barretts Hotel, the two ships and Highland [Park]. The Driver is on the right, with its paddle whe...
Pita Sharples backs a separate Maori prison where the inmates go flatting - News. "Just remembered - my great grandfather was the second cousin of someone who could have been part Maori." 16 April 2009
Date: 2009 From: Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Waikato Times]. Ref: DCDL-0010945 Description: A prisoner peers through the bars of his cell and tells the prison officer that he has just remembered that his great grandfather was second cousin of someon...
Maori prisoners, members of the Hauhau church, under guard on board a prison hulk in Wellington harbour
Date: 1866 Ref: 1/2-103605-F Description: Maori prisoners, members of the Hauhau church, under guard on board a prison hulk in Wellington harbour, 1866. Photographer unidentified. The prisoners were...