Church Missionary Quarterly Papers :Church-Missionary settlement at Kiddeekiddee, New Zealand. [London, Seelys, 1830]
A view from the waterfront, with a Maori family seated on rocks in the foreground, looking across at the houses of the mission station in Kerikeri. James Kemp's two-storied house is on the right. All the properties are fenced and have gardens. The highest house flies the Union Jack. There is a small jetty on the left with a dinghy tied up at it.
Wood engraving from a drawing by an unknown artist
Other Titles - Kerikeri
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Physical Description: Wood engraving, 110 x 160 mm
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