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English: Shows Harriet, (Heke's wife), Hone Heke and Kawiti. Harriet (Hariata) is on the left in a European skirt, a Maori cloak worn as a stole around her upper body and tied at the waist, leaning on Heke's shoulder. Heke stands centrally, holding a rifle and wearing a short checked flax and feather cloak and flax skirt. His uncle Kawiti is on the right in a flax cloak, holding a taiaha.
Date 1846
Source Cropped and levels-adjusted version of photo from Alexander Turnbull Library, ref C-012-019. URL:
Author Merrett, Joseph Jenner, 1816?-1854. Original title:The warrior chieftains of New Zealand
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