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Ko te Kaiwhakakairo i roto i te whakaahua ko Fred Clamp. ko te kaiarahi kaiwhakakairo ko Matahi Avauli Whakataka-Brightwell e tautokona ana e te runanga o te marae o Pahiatua. I timata te mahi i te tau 1979. I te tau 1981 i neke atu te waka ki tetahi Kura Whakakairo ki Porirua kia oti ai. I te tau 1985 i haere atu te waka o Whakataka-Brightwell raua ko te kaiwhakatere ko Francis Cowan no Tahiti, mai i Tahiti, ki Rarotonga, ki Aotearoa e orite nei ki nga haerenga o Ngatia Arawa me Tainui i nga wa i mua. Na nga whetu i haere ai te waka. The carver is Fred Clamp, tutored by Matahi Avauli Whakataka-Brightwell. The work began in 1979, then in 1981 was taken to the carving school in Porirua for completion. To access image please contact us.

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2008P_Tw3-8_TWH_1929
Title
Ko te Waka Hawaiki-nui, Pahiatua
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June 10, 1980

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