Skip to Content

More Info →Te Awe Awe statue, The Square

Te Peeti Te Awe Awe (c1820-1884), a chief of the Rangitāne tribe, was involved with negotiations and the sale of Māori Land for the opening up of the Manawatū for pākehā settlement. A marble statue of Te Peeti was installed in The Square, Palmerston North, in 1907. Beyond can be seen the spire of All Saints Church and the Grand Hotel, on the corner of The Square and Church Street

Identification

Object type
Postcard
Digitisation ID
2011N_Mo24_005733
Title
Te Awe Awe statue, The Square
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Mo 24
Held In
Coolstore

Related items

Te Awe Awe statue, the Square
Te Awe Awe Statue, The Square
Te Awe Awe Statue, The Square
Te Awe Awe statue, The Square
Awapuni Memorial Rededication
Unveiling of War Memorial, Memorial Park
Unveiling of War Memorial, Memorial Park
Unveiling of War Memorial, Memorial Park
Unveiling of War memorial, Memorial Park
Unveiling of the War Memorial, The Square
A View of the Fountain in the Square
Lakelet and Cannon in the Square

Creation

Created By
Place
Palmerston North
Date
February 14, 1914

Object rights

Credit Line
Palmerston North City Library

Taxonomy

Community Tags
te awe awe statue,

Report a problem

Related items

Te Awe Awe statue, the Square
Te Awe Awe Statue, The Square
Te Awe Awe Statue, The Square
Te Awe Awe statue, The Square
Awapuni Memorial Rededication
Unveiling of War Memorial, Memorial Park
Unveiling of War Memorial, Memorial Park
Unveiling of War Memorial, Memorial Park
Unveiling of War memorial, Memorial Park
Unveiling of the War Memorial, The Square
A View of the Fountain in the Square
Lakelet and Cannon in the Square

User comments