Two Māori women pose with a girl in 1838. They were recorded as 'Amoko' and 'Eana', who were around 25 years old, and 'Hepee' a 13-year-old girl. Amoko was the daughter of a chief, and Hepee was one of her slaves. It is likely the names of the women and the girl have been anglicised.
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Hand-coloured lithograph by Augustus Earle
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