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General view of Parihaka taken from Te Purepo (Fort Rolleston) looking towards mountain. Te Niho on left in background with view across whole pā.
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PHO2008-576

Image shows Mohi Wharepouri speaking in front of Te Rangikapuia meeting house at Parihaka. Image was taken during the unveiling of the Maori Queen's cloak.
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PHO2008-582

View across front of Te Rangikapuia meeting house. The Māori Queen's cloak is displayed on a white stand. In the foreground people are sitting on forms, viewing the cloak.
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PHO2008-583

View of old house, Kowherowhero, at Parihaka. The house is in disrepair - the roof is rusted, the paint is peeling from the exterior walls and some of the windows have been boarded up.
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PHO2008-586

View of rundown buildings at Parihaka. Houses have rusted roofs and paint is peeling off wooden slats on houses.
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PHO2010-0027

View of a rundown house and shed at Parihaka. House has a rusted roof, boards are missing from the house's exterior and the paint is peeling away.
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PHO2010-0029

Exterior of an old meeting house, Kokiri Road, Okaiawa. The roof and chimney are rusted and paint has peeled off the wooden slats.
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PHO2010-0031

A collection of eight photographs of the celebrations at the opening of Centennial Park, on 31st March 1941. Included are images of the crowds of people gathered to watch performances and speeches and a group of people eating a hangi. The Mayor of New Plymouth E.R.C. Gilmour and his wife are seen in one photograph.
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PHO2010-0464

A collection of eighteen photographs of the re-enactment of the landing at Ngamotu Beach, performed for the centennial celebrations on 31st March 1941. Included are images of the crowds of people gathered to watch the performance and images of the performers. In the background are a range of views of Paritutu, Ngamotu Beach, and the Whiteley Mission House.The man standing beside the canon, playing the part of Dicky Barret has been identified as Herky Moon.
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PHO2010-0506

Two photographs of the city centre from Devon Street, looking towards Devon Street West.
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PHO2010-0561

Three photographs of Governer General Bernard Cyril Freyberg surrounded by a crowd during his visit to New Plymouth in 1947.
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PHO2010-0562

Four aerial photographs of the inner city area of New Plymouth, taken from the Clocktower in 1944. Two photographs look towards Mt Taranaki, one towards Devon Street East, and another towards Paritutu. Houses, streets and inner city buildings can be seen in the foreground.
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PHO2010-0563

Collection of photographs of various events depicting public gatherings. The events include the opening of Clarke Memorial Hostel (1921), Prince of Wales in New Plymouth (c.1921), Hawera Winter Show (c.1935), Prime Minister William Massey at Kaweroa Park, M. P. Jed Smith speaking at East End Beach (c.1917), unveiling of memorial gates at New Plymouth Boys' High School, a naval parade Queen Street (c.1940s), New Plymouth Central School's 75th jubilee (1959), and a public gathering outside the Bank of New Zealand and Teed's Pharmacy buildings on Devon Street.
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PHO2010-0564

Collection of six photographs of the events at Parihaka Pa on Te Whiti Anniversary Day, Sunday 19th May 1929.
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PHO2010-0609

Memorial to Thomas McClutchie and William Teoti Pitt Potehia memorial at Tongaporutu. Memorial consists of a stone base and a cross. View looks out to Tongaporutu landscape.
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PHO2011-0199

Memorial statue to Sir Maui Pomare at Owae marae, Waitara. Mt Taranaki can be seen in background.
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PHO2011-0200

Sign post at Te Mahoe mission station, Mōkau.
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PHO2011-0201

Unveiling of the blockhouse at Manaia redoubt. Image shows a man in a brown suit standing next to the Manaia redoubt sign post. A New Zealand flag has been tied to the sign post. The blockhouse is visible in the background.
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PHO2011-0204

Unveiling of the blockhouse at Manaia redoubt. Image shows five men around a table which has been covered with the New Zealand flag. Four of the men are seated whilst the other is standing. The man standing is Herbert Mullon. The blockhouse is visible in the background.
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PHO2011-0205

Unveiling of the blockhouse at Manaia redoubt. Image shows a man standing beside a table which has been covered by the New Zealand flag. He is holding a cane and appears to be in the middle of a speech. There is a man seated on the table next to him. The blockhouse is visible in the background. The right side of the image is slightly obstructed by someone's head.
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PHO2011-0206

Shows Kuwai 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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PHO2011-0216

Shows Kuwai 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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PHO2011-0217

Shows Emma William's house at Parihaka. The house is in slight disrepair. The roof has rusted and paint is beginning to peel away.
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PHO2011-0218

Shows Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house at Parihaka after it has been reconditioned.
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PHO2011-0219

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
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