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Title:The tribes of Muriwhenua : their origins and stories
Alternative Title:Iwi o Muriwhenua
Contributor:Penfold, Merimeri
Creator:Cloher, Dorothy Urlich
Date:2002
Description:In English and Māori
Added t.p. title: The tribes of Muriwhenua = Ngā iwi o Muriwhenua
Includes bibliographical references (pages 118-123)
Genre: Genealogy
Genre: History
Extent:xix, 123 pages : illustrations, maps, genealogical tables ; 21 cm
Format:unmediated
volume
Identifier:ISBN: 1869402693
ISBN: 9781869402693
Identifier (URI):https://uhmanoa.lib.hawaii.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=2203224
Language:Maori
English
Language (ISO639):mri
eng
Publisher:Auckland, N.Z. : Auckland University Press
Spatial Coverage:u-nz---
New Zealand, North Island
North Island (N.Z.)
New Zealand
North Island
Subject:DU423.A1C56 2002
993.1301
Maori (New Zealand people)
New Zealand--North Island
Subject (LCSH):Maori (New Zealand people)--New Zealand--North Island--History
Maori (New Zealand people)--New Zealand--North Island--Genealogy
North Island (N.Z.)--History
North Island (N.Z.)--Genealogy
Table Of Contents:1.The Significance of the Place Named Muriwhenua.Origin of the Name.Cradle of Early New Zealand.A First Landing Place for Kupe and the Ancestral Canoes --2.Ngati Kuri, the Tangata Whenua Tribe.Early Settlement and Establishment of the House of Muriwhenua.Origins of Ngati Kuri and its Name.Tohe and a Major Naming Exercise.Tumatahina.Te Ara Wairua. The Spirit Trail --3.Te Aupouri, the Tribe that Emerged from Under a Cloud of Smoke.A Planned Evacuation.A Welcome from Kin.Te Houtaewa the Fearless --4.Ngai Takoto, the Tribe Conceived from Grief.Tribal Ancestors.Reversals of Fortune --5.Te Rarawa, a Strong Rope of Plaited Flax.A Case of Two Descent Lines.Tumoana and the Tinana Canoe.Houpure, Patito and Toakai.The Moetonga Line to Tarutaru.Tarutaru the Terrible.Poroa the Consolidator.Reitu and Reipae.Nopera Panakareao.Kaitaia, Principal Town in Muriwhenua --6.The Origins of Ngati Kahu, a Tangled Web.Doubtless Bay Arrivals.The Origins of Ngati Kahu.A Challenging Version --7.Te Paatu of Oruru, a Resourceful Fighting Tribe.Ngapuhi Attacks Kauhanga Pa.Tukitahua as Founder?A More Ancient Tribe than is Thought
1. The Significance of the Place Named Muriwhenua -- Origin of the Name -- Cradle of Early New Zealand -- A First Landing Place for Kupe and the Ancestral Canoes -- 2. Ngati Kuri, the Tangata Whenua Tribe -- Early Settlement and Establishment of the House of Muriwhenua -- Origins of Ngati Kuri and its Name -- Tohe and a Major Naming Exercise -- Tumatahina -- Te Ara Wairua. The Spirit Trail -- 3. Te Aupouri, the Tribe that Emerged from Under a Cloud of Smoke -- A Planned Evacuation -- A Welcome from Kin -- Te Houtaewa the Fearless -- 4. Ngai Takoto, the Tribe Conceived from Grief -- Tribal Ancestors -- Reversals of Fortune -- 5. Te Rarawa, a Strong Rope of Plaited Flax -- A Case of Two Descent Lines -- Tumoana and the Tinana Canoe -- Houpure, Patito and Toakai -- The Moetonga Line to Tarutaru -- Tarutaru the Terrible -- Poroa the Consolidator -- Reitu and Reipae -- Nopera Panakareao -- Kaitaia, Principal Town in Muriwhenua -- 6. The Origins of Ngati Kahu, a Tangled Web -- Doubtless Bay Arrivals -- The Origins of Ngati Kahu -- A Challenging Version -- 7. Te Paatu of Oruru, a Resourceful Fighting Tribe -- Ngapuhi Attacks Kauhanga Pa -- Tukitahua as Founder? -- A More Ancient Tribe than is Thought
Type:text
Type (DCMI):Text

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