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More Info →Hei whakamarua te waka / Canoe shelter

I hangaia ai te whakamaru waka ki te totara me te kahikatea. Nā te ope Tūtāngata o Te Papaiōea ngā whakairo. I puta te waka i te one o Santoft i te tau 1965. E noho ana te waka i te Ngahere o Santoft. A canoe shelter, made of totara and kahikatea, at the Santoft Forest Headquarters, houses the waka that was washed up on Santoft beach in 1965. The carvings were completed by the Palmerston North group Tūtāngata.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2008P_Tw3-3_TWH_1924
Title
Hei whakamarua te waka / Canoe shelter
Held In
Coolstore

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Creation

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Place
Santoft, Rangitikei
Date
July 26, 1982

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