Earle, Augustus 1793-1838 :Slaves preparing food. London, lithographed and published by R. Martin & Co 
- 1827 - 1838 - 1828
A scene at Russell (Kororareka) looking out into the Bay, with the islands and hills opposite. Four slaves are pounding fern root on rocks beside two fires, watched by their masters; a third fire on the right has a group of four Maori huddled around it. A storehouse (pataka) and other storage mechanisms, including a platform on poles and forked sticks holding bundles containing food, and several other low houses with raupo thatch are surrounded by palisades.
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Physical Description: Lithograph, hand-coloured 233 x 367 mm
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