New Zealand Company / United Tribes flag

New Zealand Company / United Tribes flag

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This item is an image. It was created by an unknown creator on or around the date 1839.

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This flag was made on the Tory during its voyage from England to New Zealand in 1839 and raised at Petone on 30 September. The Tory carried New Zealand Company agents who intended to buy land from Māori. William Wakefield, the principal agent, referred to the flag as the 'colours of New Zealand' and the Tory gave it a twenty-one gun salute. It is possibly one of several used by the Company. DesignThe flag's design was based on a flag adopted by a group of Māori chiefs at Waitangi in 1834 when...


Some of the subjects related to it include Pioneers.

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