Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :The boys on the way to New Plymouth [1847]

Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :The boys on the way to New Plymouth [1847]
Date
1847
By
Collinson, Thomas Bernard, 1822-1902
Ref
A-292-059
Description
A group of Maori men around a camp fire, outside the entrance to a house, on their way from Wanganui to New Plymouth. Quantity: 1 drawing(s). Physical Description: Pencil 163 x 228 mm Transfers: From Manuscripts & Archives - March 1993, from [MS 50].
Access restrictions
Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
Part of
Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :Seven years service on the borders of the Pacific Ocean, 1843-1850 / Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :The boys on the way to New Plymouth [1847] [and] from the hill behind Mr King's ...
Format
1 drawing(s), Works of art, Pencil 163 x 228 mm
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