Waka tīwai

Waka or canoes without raised sides.

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Date: [1890], 1906, 1914 From: Cowan family: Collection By: Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: fMS-Papers-11946-008 Description: 'Address of Welcome' booklet for Huia Victor Alexander Herbert Onslow, by the hapū of Ngāti Huia, and the Ngāti Raukawa iwi (written in both English and Māor...
Date: 1912 From: Cowan family: Collection Ref: E-965-f-10 Description: Settlement at edge of lake, (possibly Waihi Bay on Lake Taupo). Steep, conical, bush covered mountains in the background with low cloud. People and waka are ...
Date: 30 July 1891 From: Cowan family: Collection Ref: A-472-031 Description: Watercolour depicting scene on the Whanganui River with two waka with the caption and date "View at Pipiriki July 30/91" and "Wanganui Rangiahua". On reverse...
Date: 1912 From: Cowan family: Collection Ref: E-965-f-11 Description: A scene showing a lake, probably Taupo, two people in a canoe with a sail, one is paddling with an oar. An island, possibly Motutaiko, is in the background. ...
Ryan, Thomas, 1864-1927 :Lake Taupo and Waikato River, with Tongariro and Ruapehu. Litho. at the N.Z. Graphic and Star Printing Works, from a painting by T Ryan [1893]
Date: 1893 From: Various artists :[Selection of newspaper supplements; illustrations by Kennett Watkins, Thomas Ryan, L W Wilson and Charles Goldie. Published by Brett for the 'Weekly news' and the 'New Zealand graphic'. ca 1900-1936] By: Ryan, Thomas, 1864-1927; New Zealand Graphic and Star Printing Works Ref: A-385-020 Description: Shows a view of the source of the Waikato River as it leaves Lake Taupo. There is a pataka at the right, two figures in a waka at left, and a harakeke (flax)...