Tui or Parson Bird Prosthemadera Novae Zealandiae. From: 'A history of the birds of New Zealand' by Walter Lawry Buller | OUR Heritage

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Tuawaike’s house, Roubouki. May 14 1844.


Alternative Title

Tuawaike’s house, Ruabuki. May 14 1844.

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Hocken Pictorial Collections - 94/277


Lower centre (l.c.) - l.r. in pencil: Tuawaike’s house, Roubouki May 1844; u.c. - u.r. in iron gall ink: 7 Tuawaki’s house Ruabieki May 14 1844; verso: Jacob’s R. NW by W Dist 18 m. Sandy beach all the way. Distant snowy mountains. Rocks. Island. New River wood [sketch map]

Item Dimensions

104 x 204 mm


pencil & gum arabic on paper

Time Period


Bought 4 November 1994 from John Barnicoat, Taupo, with 3 diaries and a collection of sketches by J.W. Barnicoat. Two of the diaries were given to Dr T.M. Hocken and returned to J.W. Barnicoat at his request in 1888, after TMH, his wife & a hired penman copied most of the journals & some illustrations. Copies are at M.,1 51 and include a note regarding history.
Bought with the assistance of the University of Otago Heritage Fund and Hocken Library Endowment funds.


Barnicoat sketchbook 09:44.05.14 recto

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Barnicoat sketchbook


Barnicoat, John Wallis, 1814-1905 , “Tuawaike’s house, Roubouki. May 14 1844.,” | OUR Heritage, accessed November 22, 2019,

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