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Henry Williams


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Henry Williams Henry Williams's House at Paihia — From a sketch by Henry Williams, probably made soon — after he moved there in September 1830 Henry Williams made this sketch of Tohitapu, old-time Maori priest. The old man sits wrapped in a trade blanket. In front of him is a fish and a basket of kumara, probably gifts for services Little Omaha (Now Leigh), Henry Williams's Favourite — Harbour of Refuge — From a sketch by Henry Williams made when he first — entered the bay in November 1831 The Beehive, the Williams Family's First House at Paihia — From a sketch by Henry Williams soon after its completion — in September 1823 William, brother of Henry Williams “Passing through a Swamp in New Zealand” — From a sketch found among Henry Williams's papers. — The artist is unknown


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