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Oven stones in sand. NZAA site number P21/3.
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PHO2004-244

Moa skull and vertebrae in sand at Kaupokonui moa hunter site. NZAA site number P21/3.
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PHO2004-245

View of moa remains in sand at archaeological excavation; carpenter's ruler in background. NZAA site number P21/3.
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PHO2004-248

Aerial view of ring-ditch pa beside gully. Numerous rectangular depressions. NZAA site number Q21/6.
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PHO2004-354

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View of pa site; showing terraces, rectangular depressions and three walls in background.
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PHO2004-357

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Aerial view of terraced pa site on promontory overlooking valley.
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PHO2004-358

Aerial view of pa site on promontory over valley. Many features visble. Terrace and scarp defences and defensive ditches. Layer of pa easily defined, including tihi. Several dimple shaped depressions.
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PHO2004-431

Aerial view of Te Putake pa. Tihi visible in lower part of image. Many depressions visible; both rectangular and dimple shaped. Defensive ditches at rear. River at base of hillside on left and right sides. Located on the west side of the Mangatarata stream, Hāwera. NZAA site number Q21/7.
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PHO2004-443

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Aerial view of Kaihuahua pa. Tihi and house platforms visible. Rectangular depressions. Ring-ditch and terrace and scarp defences.
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PHO2004-446

View of excavated pit at Kaupokonui archaeological excavations, 1963. Pit has ledge at left side and niche at lower edge of image. Four post holes visible at rear of pit. Two measuring poles, crossed at right angles, provide scale at lefty of image. NZAA site number P21/3.
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PHO2004-578

Aerial view of Kaupokonui beach site. NZAA site number P21/3.
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PHO2004-694

Excavated skeleton of moa, Pachyornis mappini, in midden, Kaupokonui beach. NZAA site number P21/3.
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PHO2004-695

View of two bones found at Ohawe beach. Top: Aptornis metatarsus; bottom: kuri femur. NZAA site number Q21/75.
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PHO2004-705

View of fragments of moa egg shell found at Ohawe site. NZAA site number Q21/75.
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PHO2004-716

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

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.
Accession No
PHO2011-0216
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