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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Date: 1844 - 1890 - 1891 By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886; Kirkwood, Henry William, 1854-1925 Description: A seated Maori woman (Te Wai) to the left of a standing Maori woman (Rakapa Kahoki). Behind the women is part of the palisades of Te Aro Pa with part of Well...
Date: 1842 - 1847 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: 1845 - 1975 By: Wallace, John, 1788-1880; Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust Description: Sandy beach in the foreground with Maori and Pakeha standing singly and in groups, (including a man on the right identified as "Robinson"), a sea-chest, a sm...
Norman, Edmund, 1820-1875. Attributed works :Pa, Te Aro, Wellington looking towards the Hutt River [1842 or 1843?]
Date: 1840 - 1845 By: Gilfillan, John Alexander, 1793-1863; Norman, Edmund, 1820-1875 Description: Shows Maori with pigs in the foreground and a carved canoe prow, dwellings and other buildings of the pa, the palisade, the harbour and ships in the backgro...
Date: 1845 - 1975 By: Wallace, John, 1788-1880; Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust Description: Sandy beach in the foreground with Maori and Pakeha standing singly and in groups, (including a man on the right identified as "Robinson"), a sea-chest, a sm...
Wallace, John, 1788-1880 :View of Wellington Harbour from Thorndon Beach. 12 July 1845.
Date: 1845 By: Wallace, John, 1788-1880; Turnbull, Alexander Horsburgh, 1868-1918; Barraud, Edward Noel, 1857-1920 Description: Sandy beach in the foreground with Maori and Pakeha standing singly and in groups, (including a man on the right identified as "Robinson"), a sea-chest, a sm...
Barraud, Charles Decimus 1822-1897 :[Te Aro and Thorndon] 1852
Date: 1852 By: Barraud, Charles Decimus, 1822-1897; Chapman, Frederick Revans (Sir), 1849-1936 Description: The preliminary watercolour for Barraud's more finished version ("Wellington from Brooklyn" C-007-011) showing Te Aro flat with Waitangi Creek meandering thr...
Date: 1841 - 1890 - 1900 From: Nattrass, Luke, 1803?-1875 :City of Wellington, New Zealand. 1841. [W. Richardson lithographer from a sketch by L. Nattrass. 2nd edition]. Wellington, McKee & Gamble [ca 1890] Description: View from the sea of Te Aro, with the Pa, the barque Lady Nugent, Barney Rhodes' store and wharf, the house of Captain Daniell, Ridgway Guyton and Earp's sto...
Barraud, Charles Decimus 1822-1897 :[Wellington from Brooklyn, 1852]
Date: 1852 By: Barraud, Charles Decimus, 1822-1897 Description: View from the lower slopes between Brooklyn and Mount Cook, with cows, a herdsman and his dog on the road in the foreground. On the right lie the swamps of T...
Date: 1841 - 1890 - 1900 By: Nattrass, Luke, 1804-1875; Richardson, William, active 1842-1877; McKee & Gamble (Firm) Description: Left-hand side of a three-part panoramic view from the sea of Wellington a year after settlement by Pakeha, drawn from on board the ship London. Shows Te Aro...