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Aerial view of Mokoia redoubt. Redoubt is visible in paddock to the left of farm house. Located on the edge of the tablelands just south of, and above, the Mokoia railway station. NZAA site number Q21/232.
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AGB-1137

Aerial view of Mokoia redoubt. Redoubt is visible in paddock to the left of the farmhouse. Image is slightly obstructed by plane in lower left corner. Located on the edge of the tablelands just south of, and above, the Mokoia railway station. NZAA site number Q21/232.
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AGB-1138

Aerial view of Mokoia redoubt. Located on the edge of the tablelands just south of, and above, the Mokoia railway station. NZAA site number Q21/232.
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AGB-1139

Aerial view of Mokoia redoubt. Located on the edge of the tablelands just south of, and above, the Mokoia railway station. NZAA site number Q21/232.
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AGB-1140

Aerial view of Kakaramea redoubt. Located on the top of the hill which lies to the south-west of the railway crossing on Wilson Road, Kakaramea. NZAA site number Q21/154.
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AGB-1142

Aerial view of Kakaramea redoubt. Located on the top of the hill which lies to the south-west of the railway crossing on Wilson Road, Kakaramea. NZAA site number Q21/154.
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AGB-1143

Aerial view of Kakaramea redoubt. Located on the top of the hill which lies to the south-west of the railway crossing on Wilson Road, Kakaramea. NZAA site number Q21/154.
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AGB-1144

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Aerial view of a redoubt. Located in paddock near the west side of the mouth of the Waitotara river. NZAA site number unknown.
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AGB-1155

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Aerial view of a redoubt. Located in paddock near the west side of the mouth of the Waitotara river. NZAA site number unknown.
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AGB-1156

Name/Title
Aerial view of a redoubt. Located in paddock near the west side of the mouth of the Waitotara river. NZAA site number unknown.
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AGB-1157

Aerial view of Mokoia redoubt. Ditches, banks and bastions visible. Located on the edge of the tablelands just south of, and above, the Mokoia railway station. NZAA site number Q21/232.
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AGB-1173

Aerial view of Mokoia redoubt. Image is obstructed by plane in lower right corner. Ditches, banks and bastions visible. Located on the edge of the tablelands just south of, and above, the Mokoia railway station. NZAA site number Q21/232.
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AGB-1174

Aerial view of Mokoia redoubt. Ditches, banks and bastions visible. Located on the edge of the tablelands just south of, and above, the Mokoia railway station. NZAA site number Q21/232.
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AGB-1175

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Aerial view of four circular pits and possibly the remains of a house floor. Located on high land overlooking a gully. Situated on the edge of extensive flat lands between Tangahoe and Manawapou rivers, Mokoia. NZAA site number Q21/135.
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AGB-1176

Aerial view of Mokoia redoubt. Redoubt is visible in paddock directly below the farmhouse. Image is slightly obstructed by plane in lower right corner. Located on the edge of the tablelands just south of, and above, the Mokoia railway station. NZAA site number Q21/232.
Accession No
AGB-1344

Centennial commemoration at Turuturu Mōkai redoubt, Hāwera. Shows Rigby Allan making his speech. Behind him is a car and three men. The right side of the image is slightly obscured by the photographers finger. The centennial commemoration was a joint occasion between Te Ngutu o Te Manu and Turuturu Mōkai.
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PHO2011-0189

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Aerial view of a redoubt. Image is obstructed by plane on right side. Located in paddock near the mouth of the Waitotara river. NZAA site number unknown.
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AGB-0973

Kakaramea redoubt. Image shows ditch on the east side of Kakaramea redoubt. There is a man standing in the ditch. Image taken from south. Located on the top of the hill which lies to the south-west of the railway crossing on Wilson Road, Kakaramea. NZAA site number Q21/154.
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AGB-1383

Kakaramea redoubt. Image shows a man standing in ditch on the north east corner of the redoubt. There is another figure in the distance. Site is located on the top of the hill which lies to the south-west of the railway crossing on Wilson Road, Kakaramea. NZAA site number Q21/154.
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AGB-1384

Kakaramea redoubt. Image shows a man in the north east corner of the redoubt. Site is located on the top of the hill which lies to the south-west of the railway crossing on Wilson Road, Kakaramea. NZAA site number Q21/154.
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AGB-1385

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The USS Staten Island was an icebreaker ship for the United States which docked at New Plymouth in approximately 1958 on its way to the Antarctic for Operation Deepfreeze IV. The USS Staten Island was the first US vessel to enter Port Dunedin.
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PHO2010-0209

Personnel of the HMS Empress sit on the deck of the ship. They are all dressed in full uniform. There are 10 rows of personnel.
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PHO2009-252

Painted version of the colours and battle honours of the 14th (Buckinghamshire) Regiment of Foot of the British Army.
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A66.792

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Studio portrait of Jim Johnson, son of John and Mary Johnson. Johnson is standing between a table with a tassled table cloth and a chair. He is wearing military uniform and is holding a cane in one hand. His military cap is resting on the table. A curtain is visible on the left of the photograph. Johnson was a passenger on the "Amelia Thompson" ship that arrived in New Plymouth on 3 September 1841.
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PHO2012-0496

Ambrotype portrait of John Oxenham (presumed left) and Frank Standish (presumed right). Both men are seated on a lounger. Oxenham is wearing a casual shirt and is looking at the camera. Standish is wearing a jacket and bow tie and is looking away from the camera. The ambrotype is surrounded by a plain metal matt with embossed gold metal edging and is contained in a plain maroon/brown leather case with painted gold patterns around the edge. The case has lost its lid. There are two clasps mounted along the top edge of the case (if oriented per image). Both men were scouts and dispatch riders in the First Taranaki War, 1860-61.
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A62.809
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