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Hare Rakena Te Awe Awe (Harry Larkins), Chief of the Rangitāne, was the brother of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, who is remembered today with a statue in the Square Gardens, Palmerston North. In 1895, Hare Rakena Te Awe Awe petitioned the Government to be allowed to sell land to buyers other than the Crown.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2013N_Pi150_007389
Title
Hare Rakena Te Awe Awe
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Pi 150
Held In
Coolstore

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Creation

Created By
Place
Manawatu
Date
circa 1880

Object rights

Credit Line
Palmerston North City Library

Taxonomy

Community Tags
tangata,

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