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Keita Rangitūkia Middlemass – Guide Kate (3rd of 4)

Keita Rangitūkia Middlemass – Guide Kate

Guide Kate, whose married name was Margaret Petterson, was one of the famous guides at Te Wairoa in the late 19th century. She is seen here in front of a basic whare (dwelling) in 1885, the year before the Tarawera eruption.

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Private collection, R. F. Keam
Photograph by George D. Valentine

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Paul Diamond, 'Te tāpoi Māori – Māori tourism - 20th-century Māori tourism', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 17 June 2024)

Story by Paul Diamond, published 11 Mar 2010