[Artist unknown] :Wesleyan mission station at Waingaroa, New Zealand ; natives assembling for worship. - [London] ; J. Bannister, [1850s?]
- 1840 - 1860
- Bannister, J, active 1850s
A church and mission station on the north side of the Waingaro (Raglan) Harbour, Waikato. Te Horea, the first mission station of James and Mary Ann Wallis is shown. There are Maori and Pakeha walking up the path to the church, others standing on the bank of the river and two canoes emptying their passengers, with three more drawing up. The library holds a similar view at B-088-014.
Derived with considerable alteration from Baxter print in: The Wesleyan juvenile offering. London, 1846. Frontispiece. (B-088-014)
Ellis [Early prints of New Zealand] no. 1778
Other Titles - Whaingaroa
Quantity: 1 colour art print(s).
Physical Description: Col. lithograph 97 x 160 mm
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