Hone Heke

Illustration

Kim Martins
National Library of Australia
16 November 2019
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Hōne Heke (c. 1807/1808 – 1850), an influential Māori rangatira (or chief) and war leader of the Ngāpuhi iwi (or tribe) in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. This oil portrait was painted by William Duke (1810 - 1859 CE).

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