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He pārongo atu anōBush fellers and camp site, Wairarapa

Bushfellers at their tent site in the forest. The photographs in this collection are thought to have been taken in the Forty Mile Bush area of Wairarapa, at Kaiparoro near Mount Bruce. The area was largely settled by Scandinavians who came to Wairarapa in the 1870s to clear the bush. The album from which they come has been identified as relating to Alfred and Eliza Falkner. See 2010N_Eke3_3512 for the same camp site.

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2010N_Eke4_3513
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Bush fellers and camp site, Wairarapa
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Public Photograph Collection Eke 4
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Bush fellers and camp site, Wairarapa
Bush felling in the Pohangina Valley
Arapete Workmen's Camp - Mangahao Electric Power Scheme
Workmen felling trees, Horowhenua
Felling a Kahikatea tree
Bushmen and dog
Felling a Rimu Tree at Waituna West
Felled Totara, Apiti
Transporting a Log by Tram Through the Bush at Waituna West
Bush clearers' camp site, Komako
Transporting a Log by Bullock Team Through the Bush at Waituna West
Workers with a steam driven 'log-hauler' in the bush

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Te kaihanga
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Tararua District
Te rā
circa 1900 to circa 1910

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Palmerston North City Library

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Tūtohu Hapori

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Bush fellers and camp site, Wairarapa
Bush felling in the Pohangina Valley
Arapete Workmen's Camp - Mangahao Electric Power Scheme
Workmen felling trees, Horowhenua
Felling a Kahikatea tree
Bushmen and dog
Felling a Rimu Tree at Waituna West
Felled Totara, Apiti
Transporting a Log by Tram Through the Bush at Waituna West
Bush clearers' camp site, Komako
Transporting a Log by Bullock Team Through the Bush at Waituna West
Workers with a steam driven 'log-hauler' in the bush

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