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Tauranga Campaign: Images of arms (1864.
A series of images from a paper by Dr John Osborne MG DTT PhD FSG showing the Arms used by British and Colonial forces during the Tauranga Campaign in 1864 and
2014
S10: Hōri Ngātai by Zach Ririnui (2014.
S10: Hōri Ngātai by Zach Ririnui from Tauranga Intermediate was winner of the Intermediate Division in the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014). Photograph: Debbie McCauley.
2014
Tauranga Intermediate School: Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Poster Competition Entry (2014.
A 2014 Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Poster Competition Entry by Tauranga Intermediate School.
2014
Siege of Maketu watercolour 1864 11-169.
Portion of a water-colour. Siege of Maketu: "Entitled ‘Sieg [sic] of Maketu’, this water-colour by an unknown artist depicts HMS ‘Falcon’ (left) and HM Colonial Gunboat ‘Sandfly’ standing off mouth of
2014
Te Raupatu o Tauranga Moana: Tauranga 1864.
This map appeared in the Waitangi Tribunal Report "Te Raupatu o Tauranga Moana: Report on the Tauranga Confiscation Claims" (2004, p. 88).
2012
Te Ranga Battle Site Marker (2011.
In June 1864 soldiers on patrol encountered several hundred Māori fortifying a position south of Gate Pā Pukehinahina. Reinforcements were called for, and an engagement took place at Te Ranga.
2012
Sketch map of country around Gate Pa, with scouting tracks and battle sites (c1864.
Image: Alexander Turnbull Library. Reference Number: MapColl-832.16hkm/[ca.1864]/Acc.1869 Hand drawn military map of the area from the Waimapu River, including the Tauranga-Rotorua Road to Okauia, Irihanga, Wairoa River and Tauranga Harbour.
2013, 1859, 1869
Tewhatewha (Pukehinahina.
Photo: Auckland Museum Pathway: This tewhatewha was dug up at Pukehinahina, Gate Pa, Tauranga, in 1875. Gate Pa was the site of a major battle between Ngai Te Rangi and British
2013
Tewhatewha (Pukehinahina.
Photo: Auckland Museum Pathway: This tewhatewha was dug up at Pukehinahina, Gate Pa, Tauranga, in 1875. Gate Pa was the site of a major battle between Ngai Te Rangi and British
2013
We have taken the pah, notes from the Te Ranga battlefield (1864.
In January 2015 Mike Dottridge, a descendant of Henry Harpur Greer (1821-1886), donated Greer's original notes to his wife Agnes to Tauranga City Libraries. The notes were written in 1864
2015
Tauranga 43rd Regiment New Zealand Wars Memorial (1865.
The Tauranga 43rd Regiment New Zealand Wars memorial erected in 1865 commemorates the 26 men of the 43rd Regiment who were killed in action or died of wounds received at
2012
S11: Jane Foley by Abbey Mitchell (2014.
S11: Jane Foley by Abbey Mitchell from Tauranga Intermediate was an entrant in the schools division of the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014). Photograph © Debbie McCauley
2014
Warrior group at the Battle of Gate Pā Commemoration (29 April 2014.
On 29 April 2014, Tauranga commemorated 150 years since the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina with over 10,000 people in attendance. This photograph is of a group of warriors
2014
Taratoa and the Code of Conduct: A story from the Battle of Gate Pā (2014) by Debbie McCauley.
Cover of the bilingual children's narrative non-fiction book Taratoa and the Code of Conduct: A Story from the Battle of Gate Pa by Debbie McCauley. Cover design by Sarah Elworthy
2013