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The New Zealanders Illustrated - Native Tombs (5 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Roperta of Kawhia (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Te Henheu's Old Pah of Waitahanui, at Taupo Lake (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Ngawhea, of the Te Mohoa, a chief of the Ngatimaniapoto Tribe & Nga Miho 'Wife of Rangituataea' (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - e Amotutu. A young chief of Nga-Ti-Pou Tribe (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - E Tohi. A young woman of Barrier Island (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Taupo Pah (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - A Tangui, or Meeting of Friends, Mount Egmont in the Distance (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Rangihaeata's House on the Oslamd of Mana, called
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Muriwhenua (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Ngeungeu and her son James Maxwell (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Maketu House, Otawhao Pah. Built by Puatia to commemorate the taking of Maketu (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - War Dance, before the Pah of Oinemutu near Roturua Lake (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Motupoi Pah and Roto-Aire Lake. Tongariro in the distance (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Hongi Hongi (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Te Ohu, a Heathen Priest of the Ngatimaniapotp Tribe (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - A Tiki at Raroera Pah (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Typical Portraits of the New Zealanders (6 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Poahu and E Koti; two lads of Poverty Bay (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Te Awaitaia and Te Moanaroa: Waingaroa (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Domestic Sketches (5 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Toea, daughter of Te Awaitaia, chief of Waingaroa with an attendant boy, carrying water (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Tu Kaitote, the Pah of Te Whero Whero, on the Waikato, Taupiri Mountains in the distance (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Book Display (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - A Feast at Mata-Ta, on the East Coast, Mt. Edgecumbe in the Distance (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - George Thomas, a half caste boy. Nephew of Rauparaha (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - A woman and her sons, of Nga Ti Toa Tribe. Cook's Strait (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Children on the Banks of the Waipa (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Weapons & Implements of War Warriors prepaing for a fight (9 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - To Ngaporutu, and his wife, Rihe, at Wakatumutu (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - A group at Te Aro Pah, Port Nicholson (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Honi Heki and Patuone (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - E Pori / E Rangi Wawa. Porirua Pah (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Illustrated Title Page (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Te Maro, a boy of Waikato (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - The Volcanic region of Pumice Hills, looking toward Tongariro and the Ruapahu (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Te Mutu, chief of the Shutai, with his sons; Patuoni and Te Kuri Hokianga (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Natives of Port Nicholson (4 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Rangihaeata's Pah; with the Island of Mana and the opposite shores of Cook's Straits (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Whatas, or Patukas, storehouses for food (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Te Waru. Principal chief of the Nga Ti Apakura Tribe / Te Pakuru. Principal chief of the Nga Ti Manapoto Tribe (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Native Ornaments etc (17 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Nga Toenga, daughter of the Barrier Island Chief (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Throwing the Spear, the mode of Salutation (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Children of Te Pakaru, the chief of Kawhia (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Monument to Tewhero's favourite daughter, at Raroera Pah, near Otawhao (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Nene or Tamiti Waka. Chief of Hokianga (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Paratene Maioha, a chief of Waingaroa. Wearing the Parawal, or Dog's skin Robe (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Ko Tariu. a chief of Taupo, with his wife (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Volcano of Tongariro with Motupoi Pah, from Roto-Aire Lake (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Tara or Irirangi, principal chief of the Nga Ti Tai Tribe (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - House of Hiwikau, mother of Te Heuneu, and Falls of Ko Waihi, at Te Rapa, Tanpo Lake (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Ko Nga Waka Te Karaka, (or Clark), the Christian Chief of the Nga-ti-Wacroa Tribe, Waikato and Wakauenuku, his attendant boy (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - E Wai and Kahoki. Nieces of Rauparaka (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Children at the Boiling Springs, near Taupo Lake (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Ornamental Canoe Heads, Paddles etc (7 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Horomona Maruhau or Blind Solomon (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Tomb of the late chief Huriwenua, Queen Charlotte's Sound (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Scene in New Zealand Forest near Porirua (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Te Heuheu & Hiwikaw Tanpo / Te Kawaw & his nephew Orakai (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - E Wai (wife) / Na Horua or Tom Street (elder brother of Rauparaha) / Tuarau, or Kopai (his son) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Ko Tauwaki, a chief of the Tukanu, Ko Teonionga, a boy of Te Rapa. Taupo Lake (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - E Rua, E Pari and E Hoki, women of Ngatitoa Tribe, Cook's Strait (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Native Swing (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Taranaki or Mount Egmont, War Canoe. (Early Morning) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Kahawai (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Ornamental Carvings in Wood (7 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Entrance to a House at Raroera Pah. Waipa (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Implements & Domestic Economy (14 figs) (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Rangitakina. A chief of the Bay of Plenty, on the East Coast (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Weeping over a Deceased Chief (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Mungakahu, chief of Motupoi, and his wife Ko Mari (1847)
The New Zealanders Illustrated - Te Werowero, or Potatau. The principal chief of all Waikato (1847)

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