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Facsimile copy of a map originally published in the British Parliamentary Papers. Republished by the Irish Academic University Press, 1977.
Shows the coastline and interior of Auckland city. Locations of Blockhouses and roads marked.
Thos. R. Mould, Col., Commd. Royl. Engr., 7 Apr. 1860.
Accession No
ARC2006-40

Name/Title
A 1930 copy, created by Ted Wilton, of an earlier map of Pukearuhe. Shows the coastline, streams and topography surrounding the redoubt, blockhouse, camp ground and Picquet Hill as it was between 1863 - 1869.
Scale: 80 feet to 1 inch. Size: 45.5cm x 61cm
Accession No
ARC2004-339

A 1903 cadastral map of the Paritutu Survey District includes smaller detailed insets of area maps from within the Survey District. Annotations in red ink marking locations where Victoria Cross recipients gained the award during New Zealand Wars 1863 - 1872.
Scales differ. Size: 67cm x 41cm
Accession No
ARC2004-344

Province of Taranaki in 1862, showing buildings destroyed by natives since the commencement of the war, lands acquired, location of blockhouses, military positions unoccupied, native pas and sawmills. Signed in lower right corner, Octa. Carrington, Prov'l Surveyor, 10th July 1862.
Scale 1 inch to 2 miles. Size 61cm x 49.5cm.
Accession No
ARC2004-306

A 1916 cadastral map of the Waitara Survey District includes smaller detailed insets of area maps from within the Survey District. Annotations in red ink marking locations where Victoria Cross recipients gained the award during New Zealand Wars 1863 - 1872.
Scale: 40 chain to 1 inch. Size: 42cm x 51cm
Accession No
ARC2004-1420

Copy of a map drawn by W.E. Gordon showing the military routes and position, pa sites and redoubts that were part of the Battle of Waireka 28 March 1860. Scale: 20 chain to 1 inch. Size: 44.5cm x 46cm
Accession No
ARC2005-72

Cadastral map of the Waimate Survey District. c1903. Inset maps include subdivisions of sections: no.94, Block V ; no's. 110 & 112, Block VII ; no's. 22 & 119 Okaiawa Village, Block IV. Annotated in red ink marking location of events in 1868. Old Pa also marked on map.
Scale varies
Accession No
ARC2005-96

Printed map by Evening Post Print showing Central Europe.
Accession No
ARC2008-124

Copy of a manuscript map of the' Urenui Block' showing lands allocated to Captain Good's Native Contingent, No. VI, Taranaki Military Settlers. Compiled from recent Government Surveys and the topographical features of the country filled in by W H Burgoyne, Surveyor. Clifton January 1867.
440mm x 270mm
Accession No
ARC2008-308

A map produced by C. W. Bacon & Co, London of the battle front between France and Belgium. Includes position of the Allies lines in 1916 and 1917. c.April 1918
Accession No
ARC2010-29

A map published by C W Bacon & Co. of the French battlefront near Rheims. c.1918
Accession No
ARC2010-28

British War Office ordnance map. Sheet 36 NW of the 1:10 000 map series, covering the Western Front area around Houplines and Frelinghien in northern France. Shows British front line trenches, enemy trenches and obstacles, towns, transport, vegetation and water features. German trenches corrected to 6.8.1916, British to 30.11.1916. Main trenches marked with English names. British front line trenches numbered in sections. Ordnance Survey, December 1916".
Accession No
ARC2010-30

‘Plan of Ngatapa Pa, Poverty Bay. Taken by Col. Whitmore with the Colonial Force, from the Hau Hau under Te Kooti’. A sketch of the Ngatapa Pa, showing Colonial and Maori positions during the engagements of December-January 1868-1869. Map shows land form drawings that depict the plan of the military operation to capture Ngatapa Pa in Poverty Bay from Te Kooti. Staff Surveyor, O.L.W Baesfield, Author; J. Buchanan Lithographs. Printed at the Gen. Gov. Lith. Press (Publisher).

Also includes colour facsimile copy of map that was originally published in the British Parliamentary Papers and republished by the Irish Academic University Press, 1977. States at head of title, ‘Enclosure 4 in Governor’s despatch no. 7, 21st Jany. 1869’; and in right margin: ‘To face page 346. 0.59--Return--New Zealand’.
Accession No
ARC2006-34

‘Plan illustrating the operations of Ngatapa’. Topographical map depicting the positions of Ngatapa Pa and Fort Richmond in regards to the pursuit of Te Kooti by Colonel Whitmore and the colonial forces in 1869. The plan shows Te Kooti’s position when attacked and the supposed escape route of survivors. Land form drawings are detailed with hachures.

Also includes facsimile copy of map originally published in the British Parliamentary Papers and republished by the Irish Academic University Press, 1977. States at head of title, ‘Enclosure 6 in Governor’s despatch no. 7, 21st Jany. 1869’; and in upper margin: ‘To face page 346. 0.59--Return--New Zealand’.
Accession No
ARC2006-36

‘Sections of Ngatapa Pa, Poverty Bay. Taken by Colonial Forces under Col. Whitmore, 5th Jan 1869’. Depicts profiles of fortification and surrounding vegetation in various sections of Ngatapa Pa. Includes sections A.B.C.D.E.F. Staff Surveyor, O.L.W Baesfield, Author; J. Buchanan Lithographs. Printed at the Gen. Gov. Lith. Press (Publisher).
Accession No
ARC2018-072

Name/Title
Cadastral map of the 'Northern Military District' for the area from Mokau to Erua. Produced by the Automobile Association (Auckland) in September 1943. Showing roads and railways. Marks have been made in red pencil possibly delineating road blocks.
Accession No
ARC2014-002

Blueprint copy of Marsland Hill (Pukaka), New Plymouth. Showing old Barracks etc. during Military occupation from Jan. 1856 to Jan. 17th 1870. Roadways are overlay the Barracks. Includes insert showing old Pa fortifications previous to military occupation. Note ' From Mr F A Carrington's survey of 1841'.
Date: Undated
Scale: 1 chain to 3/4 inch. 4 chains to 1 inch (insert)
Size: 65cm x 56.5cm
Lithographer: Unknown.
Accession No
ARC2005-395

A manuscript map covering the area between the Waitara River and the Waiongana River, showing the position of military camps and blockhouses on the Waitara River, Pa sites and the fortifications of Pukerangiora c1860-1861. The map has annotations showing the route of the railway and a drawing of a soldier carrying two wicker gabions. Undated.
Scale: 80 chains to 1 mile. Size: 43.5 x 63 cm
Accession No
ARC2004-295

Name/Title
Shows the pa site of Mahoetahi and the positions of the British 65th Regiment and Taranaki Rifle Volunteers and the Waitara Party consisting of men from the 40th and 65th Regiments, at the Battle of Mahoetahi 6th November 1860. Scale: Not given. Size: 30 x 25.5cm. Undated
Accession No
ARC2004-301

Map titled 'The "Sap" Huirangi Dist approaching maori position at Te Arei 1860-61', showing the site of 'The Sap'. The site was dug by soldiers under the command of General Pratt along the ridge towards Te Arei in 1861. Map includes the course of the Waitara River and some topographical features. Unknown scale.
Accession No
ARC2004-316

Shows the Huirangi and Mataitawa Districts with the military settlers blocks and names of the recipients ca.1867. Date: Undated
Scale: 20 chains to 1 inch
Size: 66.5 cm x 71 cm
Cartographer: Unknown
Manuscript. Mounted on linen. Pen and ink, watercolour.
Accession No
ARC2004-323

Published NZ Survey map showing the town of Patea with sections and reserves marked, includes road bridge, Patea Harbour Board wharf, railway line and railway station. Annotation marking Broughton's Grave in red ink reads ' Mr Broughton was Interpreter to General Cameron in 1865 and fell a victim, to Hauhau treachery while on a mission from the General. He was murdered a few miles up the River (see Carlyle litho) and the body was found some days afterwards and buried where indicated'. Signed by W. F. Gordon. Undated.
Scale: 9 chains to 2 inches
Size: 46.5cm x 43cm
Accession No
ARC2004-335

Two maps on one sheet. Patea District showing military posts and native clearings and Sketch showing Te Ngutu o te Manu and Te Manu Clearings. c1868.
Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch and 6 chains to 1 inch.
Size: 30 x 46 cm. and 39 x 23 cm on sheet 66.5cm x 57 cm.
Accession No
ARC2004-324

Cadastral map of the Waimate Survey District. 1947. Inset maps include subdivisions of sections: no.94, Block V ; no's. 110 & 112, Block VII ; no's. 22 & 119 Okaiawa Village, Block IV. Specific locations underlined in red pencil marking New Zealand War battle sites and old Pa. Scale: 40 chain to inch. Size: 71cm x 81cm
Accession No
ARC2005-112

Plan shewing coast line from Waitara to Tataraimaka, Province of Taranaki, New Zealand compiled and lithographed at the Topographical Depot, War Office [Great Britain], Col. Sir H. James, R.E., F.R.S. &c., director. 1864. Includes inset of "North Island of New Zealand" with index to tribes. Map shows boundaries of English land and Native land. Published in the British Parliamentary Papers. Scale: 1 mile to 1 inch. Size: 28 x 63 cm matted to 47cm x 81cm
Accession No
ARC2005-44
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