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Rohau's house at Parihaka.
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PHO2011-0221

Punga house at Parihaka. The house is in disrepair. The roof is rusted and the front windows are boarded up.
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PHO2011-0222

Shows Rangiatea house at Parihaka. The house is in disrepair and has a rusted roof, boards and windows are missing from the house's exterior and the paint is peeling away.
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PHO2011-0223

Shows Atiawa house at Parihaka. The house is in disrepair and has a rusted roof, boards and windows are missing from the house's exterior and the paint is peeling away.
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PHO2011-0224

Shows Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house at Parihaka after it has been reconditioned. There is a dirt road winding from the foreground, past Te Niho house and into the bush. Mt Taranaki is visible in background.
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PHO2011-0220

Shows Pihama's house, Kohekohe, at Parihaka. The house is in disrepair and has a rusted roof, boards and windows are missing from the house's exterior and the paint is peeling away.
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PHO2011-0226

Shows Tonganui's house at Parihaka. The house, which is in reasonably good condition, is visible in the distance behind trees and bush.
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PHO2011-0228

Shows Rangiatea house at Parihaka. The building is in disrepair with a rusted roof and missing planks and windows from the exterior. It sits between two other buildings, one of which could be the butchery.
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PHO2011-0229

Site 1 of the Olsson swamp excavations in Waitara. Shows Ron Scarlett bent down pointing at three kō. He is standing in excavation site 1, where kō were found.
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PHO2010-0646

Opening up of site 2 of Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows a group of people with shovels, predominately men, situated around site.
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PHO2010-0647

Extending site 2 of Olsson swamp excavation, Waitara. Shows group of people, predominately men, working in site. The man looking at photographer is possibly Rev. Manga Titoki Cameron. Also apparent is a number of visitors viewing progress of excavation.
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PHO2010-0648

Taken during Olsson swamp excavation, Waitara. Four women standing outside a caravan. They are flanking three epa which are leaning against the caravan. The left and middle epa were both found in 1919 in Olsson swamp (then the property of Ayton) by Mr. W. Crow. The epa on the right was found in either 1953 or 1954 on the property of Mr. Ian Barnitt, Richmond Street, Waitara. All three epa are part of the Puke Ariki collection.
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PHO2010-0655

Extending squares at site 2 of Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows group of people, predominately men, working on site.
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PHO2010-0649

General view of site 2 of Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows three men standing above pit with shovels, two men in pit and a group of four people viewing progress from the edge of excavation site.
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PHO2010-0651

Shows Ron Scarlett and three others working in one of the three excavation sites at Olsson swamp, Waitara.
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PHO2010-0662

Site 1 of the Olsson swamp excavations in Waitara. Shows a group of people, predominately Waitara High School pupils, working in excavation pit. The figure in the pit second from the left is Roger Duff.
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PHO2010-0645

Site 2 of Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows a group of four men and two children, all with shovels. One of the men is Harry Dansey.
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PHO2010-0652

Site 2 of Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows group of people extending squares of the excavation pit.
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PHO2010-0656

Site 2 of Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows large group of people, predominately men, opening up the excavation area.
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PHO2010-0659

Site 3 of Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows a group of five people, predominately children, in the process of opening up the excavation site.
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PHO2010-0660

Site 3 of Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows a group of six New Plymouth Girls' High School students working in excavation pit. A man is also visible crouching in site.
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PHO2010-0661

Site 1 of the Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Group of eight people, predominately girls, working in the triangular area of site 1. The figure second from right is Kathleen Anderson.
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PHO2010-0663

Small group of seven New Plymouth Girls' High School students working in one of the three sites at Olsson swamp excavation, Waitara. Also shows three boys with shovels standing on grass edge of site. Three other girls are looking on at the progress of excavation.
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PHO2010-0664

Kathleen Fletcher and Moana Watson [?] working in one of the three excavation sites at Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Kathleen is holding a shovel while Moana looks at the photographer.
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PHO2010-0667

General view of one of the three excavation sites at Olsson swamp excavations, Waitara. Shows a large group of men, women and children in and around site. Four men and a boy are visible in foreground, three of which are holding shovels.
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PHO2010-0668
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