2 edition of The story of Te Waharoa found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Sketches of ancient Maori life and history|
|LC Classifications||DU422 T48 W5 1907|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
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Te Waharoa, Wiremu Tāmihana Tarapipipi. Ngāti Hauā chief who took a leading role in forming the King Movement (Kīngitanga) and the election of Pōtatau Te Wherowhero as the first Māori King. Read more Te Wheoro, Wiremu Te Morehu Maipapa. Wiremu Te Wheoro (?–) was a chief of Ngāti Naho. is a special year at the Te Awamutu Museum, as it marks 80 years since the founding of the Te Awamutu Historical Society. Without their hard work and dedication to preserving Waipā’s history, we would not have such a wealth of information stored in the Museum archives or a collection to display.
Taken from The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories collection. Based on Eric Carle's picture book. The full 5 stories including children's favourite The Missing: Te Waharoa. of Te Hunga, Te Waharoa and his allies withdrew. In the meantime, in response to the sack of Maketu, Te Amohau of Ngati Whakaue raised a taua in Rotorua and decided to take Te Tumu. Th e pa had a relatively small garrison, but included the important chiefs Kiharaoa, Tupaea and Hikareia. On 7 May, or thereabouts, the TeFile Size: 5MB.
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The story of Te Waharoa: a chapter in early New Zealand history, together with sketches of ancient Maori life and history Paperback – January 1, by John Alexander. Wilson (Author)Author: John Alexander. Wilson. $ The Story of Te Waharoa: A Chapter in Early New Zealand History; Together With Sketches of Ancient Maori Life and History (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Author: John Alexander Wilson.
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Together with Sketches of Ancient Maori Life and History by John Alexander Judge Wilson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The story of Te Waharoa: a chapter in early New Zealand history, together with sketches of ancient Maori life and history by Wilson, John AlexanderPages: The story of Te Waharoa: a chapter in early New Zealand history, together with sketches of ancient Maori life and history.
[John Alexander Wilson] -- "Outline of events in the life of the Ngatihaua chief Te Waharoa with emphasis on the missionary period. THE STORY OF WAHAROA A Chapter in Early New Zealand History TOGETHER WITH SKETCHES OF ANCIENT MAORI LIFE AND HISTORY BY JOHN ALEXANDEB WILSON Lately a Judge of the Native Land Court of New Zealand.
Te Waharoa became the principal leader of Ngati Haua. He led his people in a series of fights and alliances to preserve their lands in central Waikato against occupation by neighbouring tribes. After Nga Puhi raids in the Hauraki area, culminating in an attack on. Tarore of Waharoa. Tarore was from the Ngati Haua tribe.
Her father was Ngakuku, a nephew of the great Te Waharoa, and himself a chief of the Ngati Haua of Tainui (see 14 May). Tarore attended a mission school and learned to read.
In she was given a. OCLC Number: Notes: The story of Te Waharoa first published Auckland, N.Z.: Daily Southern Cross, and Sketches of ancient Maori life and history. Search boxes – search Te Waharoa, the Library website, or Google Scholar.
Search the Library website. Search Google Scholar. tips for using Google Scholar. Library website. Library hours and locations. Special collections. Service standards. Strategic overview and policies. Working at. The story of Tāne ascending to the uppermost heaven and retrieving three baskets of knowledge, which were ko te Kete Tuauri (darkness), ko te Kete Tuatea (light), and ko te Kete Aronui (pursuit).
What he did with these baskets is described in a traditional chant as:. Later Ripahau left Uita’s pa and returned to Otaki. There he came into contact with Katu Te Rauparaha (later known as Tamihana Te Rauparaha) from Kapiti Island, the son of the great Ngati Toa chief. Ripahau was again invited to read from the scripture to Katu and his nephew Te Whiwhi.
of File Size: 62KB. Welcome to Te Waharoa - the official prospectus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. This book describes the programmes we will deliver in The Story of Tarore. InThe Bible Society published copies of the Gospel of Luke in the Maori language.
Inmissionaries gave one to a young Maori girl, named Tarore. She read it to her father, the chief of the Waikato tribe.
The waharoa is the gateway onto a Māori marae, or meeting place. It is the place where the manuhiri (visitors) are welcomed onto the land. Here kōrerō (stories) will be told.
Please pass through the waharoa to the taumata, the place where I share my own journey with a. Te Waharoa. Te Waharoa (died September ) was the leader of the Ngāti Hauā iwi (Māori tribe) of the eastern Waikato in New Zealand in the s and s.
His father was Tangimoana of Ngāti Hauā and his mother was Te Kahurangi. As a small child Te Waharoa lived at Maungakawa, north-east of.
Such was the influence of this book, "The Gospel of Luke" and the story of this young girl Tarore who died at Te Wairere. In August Te Waharoa was taken ill at Motu Hoa, in Tauranga.
As Te Waharoa’s illness grew stronger, Ngāti Hauā carried him home to Matamata, to die. Tēnā koutou. On behalf of the people of Ngāti Hauā, I am pleased to see the story of our ancestors Wīremu Tāmehana Tarapīpipi Te Waharoa and Ngākuku and his daughter Tārore being told for the children of New Zealand.
I would like to endorse this story as. Earlier this year we shared the unveiling of Te Tai O Nga Tipuna, a waharoa (carving) which was made by Rimutaka prisoners for Postgate School in Whitby. Viv and Murray from Rimutaka Prison recently returned to the school to hear about the impact the waharoa has had on students and staff, and how it is helping build stronger connections with.THE STORY OF TARORE of WAHAROA and THE GOSPEL OF LUKE - TE RONGOPAI A RUKA Commemorating her tragic death on 19th October and what followed.
A small group plan to gather at her gravesite with Kaumatua Jay Mokoro Gillett of Ngati Haua on Saturday 19th October - details to follow. Tarore and the Spread of the Gospel By Archbishop David Moxon.waharoa translation in Maori-English dictionary. A device that connects networks using different communications protocols so that information can be passed from one to the other.