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View of the Rogers' House on King Street, Opunake. The house is viewed from the opposite side of the street. The house is wooden, single-storied and has two chimneys. It has a porch with stone walls and pillars at the front.
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PHO2013-0081

Interior view of a room in the Rogers' house on King Street, Opunake. The room is heavily decorated. It is furnished with tables, several arm chairs, stools, a cabinet and a piano. The upper section of the walls is covered in floral and bird patterned wall paper. There are several framed artworks hanging on the lower section of the walls and mounted photographs on the mantlepiece. There are vases, some of which hold flowers, on the mantlepiece, the cabinet, tables and piano. Frilled light fittings hang from the ceiling.
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PHO2013-0080

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A woman seated in a chair on the verandah of Mr A. Lawn's house. A child sits in the doorway to the house.
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PHO2011-2005

Shows reconditioning of Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house at Parihaka.
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PHO2011-0931

Shows reconditioning of Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house at Parihaka.
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PHO2011-0930

Shows a group of men, women and children outside Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house at Parihaka. The image was taken during the reconditioning of the building.
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PHO2011-0929

Shows Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house at Parihaka. The image was taken during the reconditioning of the building.
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PHO2011-0928

Shows a group of men, women and children outside Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house at Parihaka. The woman standing in the back row, second from the left, is Ena Okeroa. The man standing in the back row, second from the right, is Pepe Rau. The man wearing the blue polo shirt crouching in the second row is Tiki Raumati. The woman on the right of him is Marj Rau. The image was taken during the reconditioning of the building.
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PHO2011-0927

Shows the Rutherford Homestead (wooden villa), Lower Parihaka Road, Pungarehu. The villa is in good condition and the grass around the property is well maintained. There is a fence running along the foreground and a row of trees in the background. The villa was built for James Rutherford and family, near the Tipoka flax mill, 1889.
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PHO2011-0685

Shows a building at Mōkau which was once the home of Henry Dixon. The house is in disrepair - the paint is peeling and the roof is falling apart. It is situated on a large grassy section of land. There is a road on the right side of the image and another house in the background on the left side of the image.
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PHO2011-0651

Shows the Street's residence in Bell Block. The house was first owned by Romulus Street. The woman standing in front of the house is Ivy Mcleod - daughter of Romulus Street.
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PHO2011-0521

Shows one side of the Street's house in Bell Block. There are two windows visible on the upper level of the house. The veranda roof is also visible. There is a hedge running along the entire side of the house which obstructs the lower level of the house from view. The house was first owned by Romulus Street.
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PHO2011-0520

J Gibbs Homestead at Tongaporutu. Shows the homestead in midground. There is a fence running around the homestead. The foreground is covered by well grazed farmland. A large bush covered hill is visible behind the homestead.
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PHO2011-0519

J Gibbs Homestead at Tongaporutu. Shows two buildings on farmland - the house on the right side of the image and a small shed on the left side, a large pōhutukawa tree sits in between the two buildings. There are sheep grazing in the paddock in front of the buildings.There is a fence running along the foreground.
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PHO2011-0518

Shows Pennington home at Warea. The building is in reasonable condition although the roof has rusted. There are trees behind the house. There is a fence which is overgrown with grass and weeds in front of the house. There is a gravel road running along the foreground.
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PHO2011-0515

Shows Pennington home at Warea. The building is in reasonable condition although the roof has rusted. Trees and shrubs surround the house. There is a fence running across the foreground.
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PHO2011-0514

Shows Pennington home at Warea. The building is in reasonable condition although the roof has rusted. Trees and shrubs surround the house.
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PHO2011-0512

Shows the burnt remains of the kitchen area of Te Raukura meeting house at Parihaka. There is a large concrete block in the centre of the image which could possibly be the oven. Bricks and rubble are scattered across the ground.
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PHO2011-0389

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Shows two houses at Parihaka. The smaller house at the front has thatched interior walls. Both houses are in some state of disrepair.
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PHO2011-0384

Ruins of the Raukura house at Parihaka. Image shows the butter storage area which was situated at the rear of the Raukura house.
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PHO2011-0351

Shows remains of two bakehouse ovens in the ruins of the Raukura house at Parihaka.
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PHO2011-0350

Shows a stove in the ruins of the Raukura house at Parihaka. The stove has rusted and is over grown by weeds.
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PHO2011-0349

Shows the floor of the old Atiawa house at Parihaka. Two fireplaces can be seen on the floor.
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PHO2011-0348

Shows buildings at Parihaka. The red building on the left is Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house. Te Whiti o Rongomai's headstone can be seen behind it. Image was taken from the main road.
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PHO2011-0325

Taken at the time of Hinerauwha Tamaiparea's tangi. Shows Te Whiti o Rongomai's headstone at Parihaka. There are numerous parked cars around the headstone and a large house in the background.
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PHO2011-0308
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