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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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PHO2011-0225

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 is in reasonably good condition and there is a fence surrounding the section. The left side of the image is obstructed by bush.
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PHO2011-0227

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

Two buildings at Parihaka. The yellow building on the left of the image is Te Rangikapuia meeting house. The building on the right is in disrepair with a rusted roof and panels missing from the exterior.
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PHO2011-0259

Shows a side view of Te Rangikapuia meeting house. The building is in good condition.
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PHO2011-0260

Shows a group of people sitting on benches outside Te Rangikapuia meeting house. Image was taken after a service given by a Catholic Preist.
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PHO2011-0261

Shows close up of a group of people outside Te Rangikapuia meeting house. The three men standing in the centre of the image are identified as (L-R) Tonganui, Fred Finer [?] and Dr Ruakare. The Maori Queen's cloak is on display towards the left side of the image. Image is slightly obstructed in lower left corner.
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PHO2011-0262

Shows Te Rangikapuia meeting house. There are a number of people standing and sitting around the front of the building.
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PHO2011-0263

Shows Te Rangikapuia meeting house. There are a five parked cars in the foreground and a number of people gathered outside the building.
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PHO2011-0264

View of buildings at Parihaka. The yellow building on the right of the image is Te Rangikapuia meeting house. There is a gravel road in the foreground. Mt Taranaki is visible in the distance.
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PHO2011-0265

Te Rangikapuia meeting house. Shows a group of people entering the kitchen door to go through to the dining room. The bottom of the image is obstructed by the bonnet of a car.
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PHO2011-0266

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Shows buildings at Parihaka. Te Whiti o Rongomai's headstone is in the centre of the image. A gravel road is visible running from the bottom left to the centre of the image. Taken from the dining room at Fort Rolleston.
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PHO2011-0267

Shows a few buildings at Parihaka which are all in some state of disrepair. The building in the centre is Mohi's house. Image was taken from Fort Rolleston looking towards the south.
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PHO2011-0268

Shows buildings at Parihaka. There is a gravel road running from the bottom of the image up into the bush in the distance. The blue building on the left is Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house. The mint green building in the centre of the image is Rohau's house. The yellow building on the far right of the image is the Te Rangikapuia meeting house. Image was taken from Fort Rolleston.
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PHO2011-0269

Shows buildings at Parihaka. The blue building on the left of the image is Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house. The mint green building on the right of the image is Rohau's house. Image was taken from Fort Rolleston.
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PHO2011-0270

Shows buildings at Parihaka. The Parihaka monument is also visible in the centre of the image. Image was taken from Fort Rolleston.
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PHO2011-0271

Shows buildings at Parihaka. The mint green building in the centre of the image is Rohau's house. The large yellow building is Te Rangikapuia meeting house. A large crowd of people are gathered outside the meeting house. There are four people walking along the side of the road in the foreground of the image. Image was taken from Fort Rolleston.
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PHO2011-0272

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Shows storehouse for valuables, also known as "the bank", at Parihaka. The building is in disrepair. The roof has rusted and panels are missing from the exterior.
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PHO2011-0273

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Shows storehouse for valuables, also known as "the bank", at Parihaka. The building is in disrepair. The roof has rusted and panels are missing from the exterior.
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PHO2011-0274

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Shows storehouse for valuables, also known as "the bank", at Parihaka. The building is in disrepair. The roof has rusted and panels are missing from the exterior. There is a gravel road in the foreground.
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PHO2011-0275

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Wira Inia standing in front of the storehouse for valuables, also known as "the bank", at Parihaka. The building is in disrepair. The roof has rusted and panels are missing from the exterior.
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PHO2011-0276

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Shows storehouse for valuables, also known as "the bank", at Parihaka. The building is in disrepair. The roof has rusted and panels are missing from the exterior. The area around the building is overgrown with grass and buttercups.
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PHO2011-0277

Shows two buildings at Tohu's marae, Parihaka. The yellow building on the left, which is slightly cut out of the frame, is Te Rangikapuia meeting house. The building on the right is in disrepair. The roof is rusted and there are some panels missing from the exterior. There is a crowd of people gathered outside both of the buildings some of which are playing a skipping rope game.
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PHO2011-0278
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