Whalers made their homes on the Chatham Islands from around 1840 and many, such as Bill Tennent (pictured here), took local Māori or Moriori women as their spouses. Many Chatham Island families descend from these unions.
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Nantucket Historical Association
Photograph by W.H. Rau
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