Polack, Joel Samuel, 1807-1882 :Parramatta, Kororarika Bay, the residence and property of Mr Polack, Bay of Islands. 
- Polack, Joel Samuel, 1807-1882
Two sailing ships and a Maori canoe in the foreground, with other smaller craft beyond. Across the water is the artist's house, with three buildings and a fenced formal garden rising behind the house, a circular bed to the right and a large tree near the top.
The name Parramatta, from Parramatta in Sydney, is no longer in use; Kororareka has been renamed as modern Russell
Other Titles - Kororareka
Extended Title - From: Polack, J. S. Manners and customs of the New Zealanders. London, James Madden & Hatchard and son, 1840. Vol 2, opp. title page.
Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s).
Physical Description: Wood engraving, 72 x 92 mm
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