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Samuel Mitchell (1841-1894.
Photo: Geoff Andrew.
2015
Samuel Mitchell (1841-1894.
Photo of Samuel Mitchell's headstone and A/Lt Cdr Geoff Andrews.
2015
Te Ranga by Bryce Brown.
A sign beside the road to Rotorua, about four kilometres from Tauranga's Barkes Corner roundabout, marks the entrance to the Te Ranga battle site. In June 1864 soldiers on patrol
2013
Tarawera, Heeni, Gate Pa by Bryce Brown.
Reading it from right to left, you can see a palisade and trenches, typical of what was to be the beginnings of trench warfare. In this case, I have represented
2011
St George's Church, Gate Pa (1970-1979.
The first St George's church was built in 1900 as a memorial to the Battle of Gate Pa (1864). The church was extensively damaged by fire in 1982, and virtually
2011, 1970, 1980
Taiaho Hōri Ngātai (c1832-1912.
Ngāi Te Rangi chief Taiaho Hōri Ngātai was a key figure in the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina), 29 April 1864. Ngatai Road in Otumoetai was named for him and
2013
Tauranga 1st Waikato Militia New Zealand Wars Memorial (1909.
On 11 July 1909 this white marble memorial set on a granite base (W. Parkinson & Co. Auckland) was unveiled to commemorate 25 colonial and imperial soldiers and sailors from
2012
Rāwiri Puhirake New Zealand Wars Memorial (1914.
This memorial marks the grave of Rāwiri Puhirake who died at Te Ranga on 21 June 1864. Puhirake’s remains were exhumed from the Te Ranga trenches in 1870 (Bay of
2012
Tauranga Naval New Zealand Wars Memorial (1964.
This two metre high concrete cross was erected in 1964 and commemorates the 10 seamen and marines killed at Gate Pā. The inscription reads ‘This cross was erected in 1964
2012
Tauranga Māori New Zealand Wars Memorial (1997.
This mass grave monument was erected in 1997 in memory of 14 Māori warriors who fought against British troops during the Battle of Te Ranga in 1864. Previously the site
2012
Union Jack by Moana Bianchin (29 April 2014.
Photograph by Moana Bianchin of the Union Jack flying at Gate Pā taken during the Battle of Gate Pā Sesqucentennial on 29 April 2014.
2014
Rangituaia Walker (21 June 2014.
Colour photograph by Tania Lewis-Rickard of Rangituaia Walker at the Battle of Te Ranga Sesquicentennial Commemoration at the Tauranga battle site on 21 June 2014. Image Credit: Tania Lewis-Rickard (Tauranga Memories
2014
Rangituaia Walker (21 June 2014.
Colour photograph by Tania Lewis-Rickard of Rangituaia Walker at the Battle of Te Ranga Sesquicentennial Commemoration at the Tauranga battle site on 21 June 2014. Image Credit: Tania Lewis-Rickard (Tauranga Memories
2014
Te Ranga Pou Blessing (21 June 2014.
Photograph of Peri Kohu, Awanuiārangi Black, Buddy Mikaere and other kaumatua at the Battle of Te Ranga Dawn Service on 21 June 2014. Photo: Tania Lewis-Rickard.
2014
Te Ranga Pou Blessing (21 June 2014.
Photograph of Awanuiārangi Black and other kaumatua carrying out the blessing of the pou at the Battle of Te Ranga Dawn Service on 21 June 2014. Photo: Tania Lewis-Rickard.
2014
Te Ranga Pou Blessing (21 June 2014.
Photograph of Awanuiārangi Black and other kaumatua carrying out the blessing of the pou at the Battle of Te Ranga Dawn Service on 21 June 2014. Photo: Tania Lewis-Rickard.
2014
Te Ranga Pou Blessing (21 June 2014.
Photograph of Awanuiārangi Black and other kaumatua carrying out the blessing of the pou at the Battle of Te Ranga Dawn Service on 21 June 2014. Photo: Tania Lewis-Rickard.
2014
Te Mamae Aroha o Pukehinahina (Gate Pa Lamentation) 1864 by Duane Moyle (2010.
The battle of Gate Pa is one of the defining moments in the history of Tauranga. The scale of the battle, the chivalrous conduct of the warriors and the outcome
2013
S19: Missionary House by Hayley Ellison.
S19: Missionary House by Hayley Ellison from Tauranga Intermediate School was an entrant in the schools division of the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014). Photo: Debbie McCauley (2014).
2014