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Natasha Barrett
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"I am a PhD student in the Museum Studies department at the University of Leicester. My research focuses on colonial era (1860-1914) photographs of Maori (the indigenous Polynesian people of NZ/Aotearoa) and their taonga/cultural treasures and the…"
Aug 12, 2015
Natasha Barrett joined Dick Wood's group
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Researching British expatriates

A group for people interested in British expatriates who photographed in their adopted countries, or were photographed in their adopted countries.See More
Jun 8, 2015
Natasha Barrett joined Marcel Safier's group
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Carte de Visite

Focussing on all facets of the history of the carte de visite and the photographers that made them in Great Britain and around the world.See More
Jun 8, 2015
Natasha Barrett commented on Tony Rackstraw's blog post Information request: S C Hall ARPS
"I've tried Auckland Libraries' Photographers database but no records are coming up. Now that Dr Pritchard has provided some information, it might still be worth contacting the Sir George Grey Special Collections at Auckland Libraries, the…"
Apr 27, 2015
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May 13, 2014

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At 15:13 on August 12, 2015, Natasha Barrett said…

I am a PhD student in the Museum Studies department at the University of Leicester. My research focuses on colonial era (1860-1914) photographs of Maori (the indigenous Polynesian people of NZ/Aotearoa) and their taonga/cultural treasures and the use of these photographic objects in British museums.

 
 
 

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