[Artist unknown] :[Sketches of a Maori muru at Parawera; the marauding party being greeted by a war dance by the Parawera Tribe. Between 1860 and 1890?]
A group on the left indicated as N[gati] Koraki with several figures dancing away from the group; another group in the middle group marked as Parawera (the host iwi) in front of a wharenui and other buildings. Trees and hills in the background.
Inscriptions: Recto - [names of the two tribes, probably in the hand of Gilbert Mair]
Physical Description: Pencil on paper 230 x 330 mm
Alternative form available: Scanned from original
Access restrictions: Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
Format: Works of art, Pencil works, Ethnographic illustrations, Pencil on paper 230 x 330 mmSee original record
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