Te Aro Pā

A pā established circa 1820s in Wellington. Situated east of Waimaipihi Stream, and covering a site which is approximate to Te Aro Park, Wellington City. Occupied by Ngāti Ruanui people in the eastern end, and Taranaki people at the western end. By 1870, the pā had been subdivided and sold to British settlers.

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Norman, Edmund, 1820-1875 :[Wellington, 1852. T. S. Ralph del after Edmund Norman. Wellington, 1852]
Date: 1852 From: Pearse, John 1808-1882 :[Album. 1851-1856] By: Ralph, Thomas Shearman (Dr), 1813-1891; Norman, Edmund, 1820-1875 Ref: E-455-f-030-1 Description: Shows a view of Wellington Harbour with sailing ships in port, as seen from the east side of the harbour, looking towards Lambton Quay. Clay Point is marked ...
Letter from Hemi Karena Parai to McLean
Date: 7 Apr 1848 From: McLean, Donald (Sir), 1820-1877 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-0032-0672B-06 Description: Letter regarding the selling of lands by Maori who may not have the right Quantity: 1 piece (3 pages on 1 leaf).
Date: 15 Sep-13 Oct 1858, 1887, 1904, 1929 Ref: MS-Papers-2966 Description: Diary written by an unidentified married man travelling with his wife Eliza and young child. Diary entries end before the completion of the voyage at Lyttelt...
Date: 1842 - 1847 Ref: B-049-062/064 Description: Views of Wellington between 1842 and 1845. The top view shows the Rev. John MacFarlane's first St Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Lambton Quay, looking south...
Date: 1852 From: Pearse, John 1808-1882 :[Album. 1851-1856] By: Ralph, Thomas Shearman (Dr), 1813-1891; Norman, Edmund, 1820-1875 Ref: E-455-f-030-1-1 Description: Key, listing the numbered features: Te Aro Pah, Thormium [phormium] tenax vulgarly called flax, Wellington Terrace, Noah's Ark or Plimmer's Wharf, Tinakori ...
Angas, George French 1822-1886 :A group at the Te Aro Pah, Port Nicholson. Ware. Aitu. Ko Repu. George French Angas [delt & lith]. Plate 40. 1847.
Date: 1844 - 1847 By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886 Ref: PUBL-0014-40 Description: Group portrait of four men and a woman. Angas' associated text states 'the sitting figure is Terawarewa, a young man of the Nga-ti-Awa tribe, wearing a large...
Photographer unknown :Te Aro Flat, Wellington
Date: [ca 1857] Ref: PAColl-D-0008 Description: Te Aro Flat, Wellington, ca 1857. View looking south-east along Manners Street and Courtenay Place with Mount Victoria in the background and the harbour on ...
Date: 1841 - 1843 By: Heaphy, Charles, 1820-1881 Ref: E-106-f-047-3 Description: View from Clay Point hill above the junction of modern Willis St and Lambton Quay. The beach in the foreground is lower Willis Street, while upper Willis Str...
Date: 1841 - 1890 - 1900 By: Nattrass, Luke, 1804-1875; Richardson, William, active 1842-1877; McKee & Gamble (Firm); New Zealand Press Agency; Squires, Francis Westbrooke, 1908-2002 Ref: G-822-2 Description: A panoramic view from the sea of Wellington a year after settlement by Pakeha, showing named houses, businesses, pa and ships, drawn from on board the ship L...
Date: Aug 1863 From: Mantell family : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-0083-221 Description: Contains correspondence with news and rumours about the activities and plans of Wairarapa, Wellington and Horowhenua Maori affilliated to the Kingitanga, dur...