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Title The New Zealanders Illustrated
Author(s) French Angus, George
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1847
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Thomas McLean
Library British Library
Reference Cup.652.m.26
Region Australasia
Names George French Angus, Heki (plate I), Patuone (plates I, XVI), Nene, Tamiti Waka (plates I, XVII), Archdeacon Williams (plate I), Kowoti (plate I), Pomare (plate I), Tara (plate III), Ngeungeu (plate III), James Maxwell (plate III), Sarah Maxwell (plate III) Rangihaeata (plates IV, IX, XLVI, LVII), Te Awaitaia (plate V), Te Moanaroa (plate V), Te Wherowhero (plates V, X, XV, XXIX, XXXV, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIV), Toenga (plate VII), E Wai (plates IX, XIX), Kahoki (plate IX), Tuarau (plates IX, XIX), Na Horua (plate IX), Rauparaha (plates IX, XIX, L), Te Wehiarangi (plate IX) Kutia (plate IX), Tariki (plate X), Hongi Hongi, Nga Toki (plate XI), Kahawai (plate XI), Roperta (plate XII), George Thoms (plate XII), E Rua (plate XIII), E Pari (plate XIII), E Hoki (plate XIII), E Pu (plate XIV), E Roro (plate XIV) E Toa (plate XIV), Rev. J. Ashwell (plate XV), Te Kuri (plate XVI), Te Mutu (plate XVI), Kete (plate XVII), Chief Te Heuheu (plates XVIII, XXI, XLI, XLIV, LVI), Na Horua, Tom Street (plate XIX), E Pori (plate XX), Rangi Wawa (plate XX), Hiwikau (plate XXI), Papuka (plate XXII), Tao (plate XXII), Chief Huriwenua (plate XXIII), Rangitakina (plate XXIV), Puatia (plate XXV), E Tohi (plates XXVI, XXXI, L), Chief Mungakahu (plate XXVII), Ko mari (plate XXVII), Rihia (plate XXVIII), E Pera (plate XXVIII), Horomona Marahau (plate XXIX), Te Ohu (plate XXX), Ko Tariu (plate XXX), E Rangi (plate XXXI), E Koti (plate XXXIII), Poahu (plate XXXIII), Taraunahi (plate XXXIII), Powharo (plate XXXIII), Tara (plate XXXIV), Paratene, Te Maioha (plate XXXV), Nga Porutu (plate XXXVII), Rihe (plate XXXVII), Nga Whea (plate XXXVII), Nga Miho (plate XXXVII), Ware (plate XL), Terewarewa (plate XL), Ko Repo (plate XL), Piko (plate XL), Aitu (plate XL), Te Ohu (plate XLI), Ko Tauwaki (plate XLI), Ko Teonionga (plate XLI), Te Maro (plate XLIII), Te Amotutu (plate XLIII), Ko Tariu (plate XLIII), Te Waro (plate XLIV), Te Pakaru (plate XLIV), Ko Nga Waka (plate XLVII), Muriwenua (plate LI), Kahawai (plate LI) Toea (plate LIV), Te Awaitaia (plate LIV), Tamahiki (plate LVI), Te Kawaw (plate LVI)
Places New Zealand, Tongariro (plates II, XVIII, XXVIII), Taranaki (plates, II, III, XI, XL, LII), Island of Mana (plates IV, XLVI, L, LVII), Waingaroa (plate V), Great Barrier Island (plates VII, XXVI, XLIX), Wirau Valley (plate IX), Porirua Harbour (plate IX), Ngahuruhuru (plates X, XI, LI), Otawhao (plates XI, XXV, XXIX, XXXVIII), Waipa (plates XI, XXII, LI), Ahuahu (plate XII), Cloudy Bay (XII, L), Porirua (plates XII, XIII, XIV, XX, XLVIII, LIX), Te Awa iti (plate XII), Tu Kaitote (plate XV), Waitahanui (plates XVIII, XLVI), Taupo Pah (plates XX, XLVIII, LIII), Hopetui (plate XXII), Motupoi (plates XXVII, XXXII), Ruapahu (plate XXVIII), Mokau (plates XXIX, XXXVII), Poverty Bay (plates XXIX, XXXIII), Te Pahe (plates XXX, XLI), Te Rapa (plate XXX), Pipitea (plate XXXI), Te Aro (plate XXXI), Port Nicholson (plate XXXI), Auckland (plate XXXIV), Whata-whata (plate XXXVI, XLIV), Maungataritari (plate XXXVI), Raroera (plates XXXVIII, LI, LX), Entry Island (plate XLII), Koruakopopo (plate XLIII), Hawkers Bay (plate XLVII), Kororarika (plate XLVII), Coromandel Harbour (plate XLIX), Oinemutu (plate LIII), Orakai Bay (plate LVI)
Topics travel writing, New Zealand, subscribers to New Zealanders Illustrated, Maori, indigenous peoples, landscape, burial customs, general remarks on the New Zealanders, customs, cannibalism, language, children, infanticide, religion, Christianity, suicide, dress, appearance, clothing, Heki and Patuone (plate I), Taranaki, or Mount Egmont (plate II), Ngeungeu and her son James Maxwell (plate III), Rangihaeata's House on the Island of Mana (plate IV), Te Awaitaia and Te Moanaroa: Waingaroa (plate V), Scene in New Zealand forest (plate VI), Toenga (plate VII), Tongariro from Roto-aire Lake (plate VIII), E Wai and Kahoki, nieces of Rauparaha (plate IX), Monument to Te Whero Whero's daughter at Raroera Pah (plate X), Hongi Hongi (plate XI), Roperta and George Thoms (plate XII), E Rua, E Pari, and E Hoki (plate XIII), E Pu and her children (plate XIV), Kaitote (plate XV), Te Mutu with his sons Patuone and Te Kuri (plate XVI), Nene or Tamiti Waka (plate XVII), Waitahanui Pah (plate XVIII), Na Horua or Tom Street (plate XIX), E Pori and her daughter E Rangi Wawa (plate XX), The House of Hiwikau, and the Falls Kowaihi (plate XXI), children of the banks of the Waipa (plate XXII), children at the Boiling Springs (plate XXII), tomb of the late Chief Huriwenua (plate XXIII), Rangitakina (plate XXIV), Maketu House at Otawhao (plate XXV), E Tohi, a young woman of Barrier Island (plate XXVI), Mungakahu, Chief of Motupoi, and his wi(plate XXVII), The volcanic region of Pumice Hills, looking towards Tongariro and the Ruapahu (XXVIII), Horomona Marahau (plate XXIX), Whatas or Patukas (plate XXX), Natives of Port Nicholson (plate XXXI), Motupoi Pah, with Roto-Aire Lake (plate XXXII), Poahu and E Koti (plate XXXIII), Children of Te Pakaru (plate XXXIII), Tara (plate XXXIV), Paratene Maioha (plate XXXV), A native feast at Mata-Ta (plate XXXVI), throwing the spear (plate XXXVI), Nga Porutu and his wiRihe (plate XXXVII), Nga Whea and Nga Miho (plate XXXVII), entrance to the dwelling house at Raroera Pah (plate XXXVIII), New Zealand ornaments and decorations (plate XXXIX), a group at the Te Aro Pah (plate XL), Te Ohu (plate XLI), Ko Tauwaki and Ko Teonionga (plate XLI), Canoe heads and paddles (plate XLII), Te Maro (plate XLIII), Te Amotutu (plate XLIII), Ko Tariu (plate XLIII), Te Whero-Whero or Patuatu (plate XLIV), Te Waro and Te Pakaru (plate XLIV), lamentation over a deceased Chief (XLV), ornamental carvings in wood (XLVI), Ko Nga Waka Te Karaka (plate XLVII), Taupo Pah, Cook's Straits (plate XLVIII), the Aboriginal inhabitants typical portraits (plate XLIX), Tombs (plate L), Muriwenua and Kahawai (plare LI), the ceremony of Ongi, pressing noses (plate LII), Maori or Native Swing (plate LIII), War-Dance (plate LIII), Toea and Slave Boy (plate LIV), implements and domestic economy (plate LV), Te Kawaw and his nephew, Te Heuheu, and Hiwikaw (plate LVI), Rangihaeata's Pah, with the Island of Mana and the opposite shores of Cook's Straits (plate LVII), weapons and implements of war: warriors preparing for a fight (plate LVIII), domestic economy: women making mats (plate LIX), Colossal Tiki at Raroera Pah (plate LX)