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A6: Pukehinahina Cross by Riz Roelofsen.
Photo: Debbie McCauley (2014).
2014
A7: The Calabash of Peace by Mischelle O'Donnell.
Photo: Debbie McCauley (2014).
2014
A8: Tohu by Michael Staite.
Photo: Debbie McCauley (2014).
2014
A9: Pukehinahina Kore Ake by Miriam Ruberl.
Photo: Debbie McCauley (2014).
2014
Anihera Black (27 April 2014.
In preparation for the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā (29 April 2014), a haka practice of approximately 170 people took place on Sunday 27 April 2014. Photograph:
2014
Anihera Black (27 April 2014.
In preparation for the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā (29 April 2014), a haka practice of approximately 170 people took place on Sunday 27 April 2014. Photograph:
2014
Arataki Primary School: Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Poster Competition Entry (2014.
Poster Competition Entries in the 2014 Battle of Gate Pā Poetry competition. These are from Arataki Primary School.  
2014
Armstrong Gun and Mauao by Arlo.
Mount Maunganui Primary School
2014
Armstrong Gun by Finley.
Mount Maunganui Primary School
2014
Awaiting the order to advance 00-1.
“Awaiting the order to advance”. The photo was taken at sunrise on 29 April 1864 at Tauranga the day of the attack on the Gate Pa. General Duncan Cameron is leaning
2014
Awaiting the Order to Advance (1864.
Photo: Tauranga City Libraries. Taken at sunrise on 29 April 1864, the morning of the attack on Gate Pā. General Sir Duncan Cameron (centre right, hands in pockets, leaning against the wheel of
2013
Awaiting the Order to Advance (1864.
Photo: Tauranga City Libraries (enhanced by John Osborne, in 2014). Taken at sunrise on 29 April 1864, the morning of the attack on Gate Pā. General Sir Duncan Cameron (centre right, hands
2016
Awaiting the Order to Advance (1864.
Some of the British and NZ Colonial officers and men at Gate pa April 1864 – shown at centre a 12pounder (4.5”) Coehorn Mortar with shells and lead coated elongated
2013
Awanuiārangi Black: Haka Practice (27 April 2014.
Awanuiārangi Black co-wrote the haka for the 150th (sesquicentennial) commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina, Te Peruperu a Pukehinahina. The haka describes the lead up to the battle itself, the code
2014
Awanuiārangi Black: Haka Practice (27 April 2014.
Awanuiārangi Black co-wrote the haka for the 150th (sesquicentennial) commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina, Te Peruperu a Pukehinahina. The haka describes the lead up to the battle itself, the code
2014
Awanuiārangi Black: Haka Practice (27 April 2014.
Awanuiārangi Black co-wrote the haka for the 150th (sesquicentennial) commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina, Te Peruperu a Pukehinahina. The haka describes the lead up to the battle itself, the code
2014
Awanuiārangi Black: Haka Practice (27 April 2014.
Awanuiārangi Black co-wrote the haka for the 150th (sesquicentennial) commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina, Te Peruperu a Pukehinahina. The haka describes the lead up to the battle itself, the code
2014
Awanuiārangi Black: Haka Practice (27 April 2014.
Awanuiārangi Black co-wrote the haka for the 150th (sesquicentennial) commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina, Te Peruperu a Pukehinahina. The haka describes the lead up to the battle itself, the code
2014
Awanuiārangi Black (21 June 2014.
Black and white photograph by Tania Lewis-Rickard of Awanuiārangi Black (Awanui) at the Battle of Te Ranga Sesquicentennial Commemoration at the Tauranga battle site on 21 June 2014. Photo: Tania Lewis-Rickard.
2014
Awanuiārangi Black (21 June 2014.
Colour photograph by Tania Lewis-Rickard of Awanuiārangi Black (Awanui) at the Battle of Te Ranga Sesquicentennial Commemoration at the Tauranga battle site on 21 June 2014. Photo: Tania Lewis-Rickard.
2014