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Image was taken at Whatarau Wharehoka's tangi, Parihaka. Shows a large cluster of parked cars at Parihaka. The large blue building on the left is Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house. There is a large group of people entering this building.
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PHO2011-0362

General view of Parihaka. The building partially visible on the left side is Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house. Te Whiti o Rongomai's headstone is visible in the background. Behind Te Whiti's headstone is a large house.
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PHO2011-0365

Shows (L to R) Emma Williams and Rigby Allan at Tohu's marae, Parihaka.There are two other people standing behind Emma and Rigby. Wharemate, also known as the 'death house', is visible to the left of the image.
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PHO2011-0367

Shows eight kuia outside a building at Tohu's marae, Parihaka. There is a man standing to the right of the image and some children on the left of the image.
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PHO2011-0368

Shows six kuia outside a building at Tohu's marae, Parihaka. Two children are standing behind them on the left of the image.
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PHO2011-0369

Shows group of kuia skipping rope outside a building at Tohu's marae, Parihaka. There is a child watching from behind. A white Volkswagen van is parked next to the building.
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PHO2011-0370

Shows seven people surrounding a pig carcass on a table. They are preparing it for cooking. Image was taken at Parihaka.
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PHO2011-0371

Shows a line of people taking food into a building at Parihaka. Image was taken during Te-Ngoungou Okeroa's tangi.
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PHO2011-0378

Shows four children swimming in a swimming hole (Waitotoroa stream) at Parihaka.
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PHO2011-0380

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Shows a small building at Parihaka. The building is in disrepair. The windows are boarded up and some of the panels are missing from the exterior.
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PHO2011-0381

Shows Wharemate, also known as the 'death house' at Tohu's marae, Parihaka. Outside this building is a woman walking with a child on her back. There is another woman sitting down with a child in the bottom left corner.
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PHO2011-0382

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Shows Weriweri urupā at Parihaka. The urupā is on a hill and is covered by heavy scrub.
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PHO2011-0383

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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

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Shows a large crowd of people at Parihaka. They are walking away from the camera towards the house in the far distance. They are walking along a gravel road, cars are parked along both sides.
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PHO2011-0385

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Shows parked cars at Parihaka. There is a group of people gathered underneath a covered balcony on the right side of the image.
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PHO2011-0386

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Shows a large gathering of people at urupā at Parihaka. There are also some parked cars visible.
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PHO2011-0387

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Shows a small building at Parihaka. The building is in disrepair. The roof is rusted, the paint is peeling away and some of the panels from the exterior are missing.
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PHO2011-0388

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

Shows the remains of an old Māori garden located on the left bank of the Waitotoroa river mouth, Pungarehu. The garden area is marked by a timber fence. Mt Taranaki is visible in the distance.
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PHO2011-0390

Shows the remains of an old Māori garden located on the left bank of the Waitotoroa river mouth, Pungarehu. The garden area is divided into sections. There is another garden area visible in the background.
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PHO2011-0391

Shows the remains of an old Māori garden located on the left bank of the Waitotoroa river mouth, Pungarehu. The garden area is divided into sections with ponga trunks as markers.
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PHO2011-0392

Shows a close up of one of the sections of an old Māori garden located on the left bank of the Waitotoroa river mouth, Pungarehu. Some small plants are growing in the garden.
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PHO2011-0393

Shows the remains of an old Māori garden located on the left bank of the Waitotoroa river mouth, Pungarehu. The garden area is defined by an old timber and ponga fence. Some of the planks from the fence are missing. The garden is overgrown with weeds and grass.
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PHO2011-0394

Shows edge of an old Māori garden located on the left bank of the Waitotoroa river mouth, Pungarehu. The fence at the edge of the garden is made from timber and ponga. The plants in the garden are unplanted kūmara which are growing wildly.
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PHO2011-0395

Shows the remains of an old Māori garden located on the left bank of the Waitotoroa river mouth, Pungarehu. The garden area is defined by a ponga and timber fence and is overgrown with grass.
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PHO2011-0396
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