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Te Puni was a Te Ati Awa chief who settled at Petone in Te Whanganui-a-Tara around 1836. Along with Te Wharepouri, he was influential in selling a great deal of land around the harbour to the New Zealand Company for the new settlers. He remained a friend of the settlers throughout his life and died at an advanced age in 1870.
Media
Oil on canvas
Measurements
hxwxd 1000 x 870 mm
frame: breadth 120mm
Registration number
ART00002

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