Object: Te Kooti at Ruatahuna
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|Title||Te Kooti at Ruatahuna|
Matchitt, Paratene (artist), 1967, New Zealand
|Medium summary||PVA on hardboard|
|Materials||polyvinyl acetate, hardboard|
x 1338mm (Length)
Frame: 1247mm (Height) x 1379mm (Length) x 28mm (Width/Depth)
|Credit line||Purchased 2007|
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- â€œTe Whai-a-te-Moto,â€ the carved meeting-house at Mataatua, Ruatahuna, built by the Urewera tribes for Te Kooti in 1890. It is over 80 feet in length, and is the largest building of its kind in New Zealand. It was for some years tapu against white peopl... - New Zealand Electronic Text Collection
- Reminiscences of the War in New Zealand - CHAPTER LVI. THE TAUPO CAMPAIGN, p 300-304 - The University of Auckland Library
- Te Whai-a-te-Motu meeting house - Ministry for Culture and Heritage
- Chapter LVI. â€” The Taupo Campaign. â€” The Massacre of Colonel St John's Escort At Opepe. Te Kooti's Visit to the Waikato and Return to Lake Taupo - Reminiscences of The War in New Zealand - Victoria University of Wellington
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