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Richard-Fenn-collection-07.
Tthese Images are provided by Richard Fenn and relate to the article about his life. Archived version at: https://perma.cc/3CQ2-TTJE. Acknowledgement Richard Fenn
2012
Richard-Fenn-collection-wed.
Tthese Images are provided by Richard Fenn and relate to the article about his life. Archived copy at: https://perma.cc/3CQ2-TTJE. Acknowledgement Richard Fenn
2012
Richard-Fenn-collection-fam.
Tthese Images are provided by Richard Fenn and relate to the article about his life. You can see an archived article at https://perma.cc/3CQ2-TTJE. Acknowledgement Richard Fenn
2012, 1937, 1947
Richard-Fenn-collection-18.
Tthese Images are provided by Richard Fenn and relate to the article about his life. you can read this article by clicking here (https://perma.cc/3CQ2-TTJE). Acknowledgement Richard Fenn
2012, 1955, 1965
McBride Henry Lawson Hero 2.
Henry Lawson as a boy. An image uploaded in support of a 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition entry by Trish McBride, archived at: https://perma.cc/9VV5-KBGS.
2014, 1835, 1845
McBride Henry Lawson Hero 3.
Henry Lawson as a boy. An image uploaded in support of a 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition entry by Trish McBride, archived at https://perma.cc/9VV5-KBGS.
2014
Photo 1.
Uploaded in support of …and This Was The Bridge That Dad Built, a 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition entry by Gwyneth Jones. An archived article can be read at: https://perma.cc/M4X3-L5AG.
2014
Acceptance of tender 1928.
Uploaded in support of …and This Was The Bridge That Dad Built, a 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition entry by Gwyneth Jones. Archvied article here: https://perma.cc/M4X3-L5AG.
2014
Photo 4.
Uploaded in support of …and This Was The Bridge That Dad Built, a 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition entry by Gwyneth Jones. Archived article at https://perma.cc/M4X3-L5AG.
2014
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
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
Hēnare Wiremu Taratoa (c1830-1864.
From: The Story of Gate Pa by Gilbert Mair (1937).
2013
Gate Pa from the front (1864.
Source: The Story of Gate Pa by Gilbert Mair (1926).
2013
Grave of Edward Hay (1835-1864.
Commander Edward Hay was Captain of the HMS Harrier. He led the Naval Brigade storming party during the Battle of Gate Pā on 29 April 1864. Edward was mortally wounded, dying
2012
Grave of John Fane Charles Hamilton (1822-1864.
Captain John Fane Charles Hamilton (1820-1864) was killed during the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) on 29 April 1864. John was buried at the Mission Cemetery in Tauranga. The city
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
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
Cannonballs from the Gate Pā/Pukehinahina Redoubt.
Proudly on display in Nga Wahi Rangahau: Research Collections at the Tauranga City Library are three cannonballs whose mysterious origins were thought, but not confirmed, to be from the Battle
2012
Cannonballs from the Gate Pā/Pukehinahina Redoubt.
Proudly on display in Nga Wahi Rangahau: Research Collections at the Tauranga City Library are three cannonballs whose mysterious origins were thought, but not confirmed, to be from the Battle
2012
Horne Remembering Julia Jean Irwin 2.
Daniel Irwin, Opotiki settlers who experienced the eruption of Mount Tarawera. Uploaded in support of a 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition entry archived at https://perma.cc/DP72-E7HY.
2014