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6 edition of Te Puea found in the catalog.

Te Puea

a life

by King, Michael

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Published by Reed Books in Auckland [N.Z.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand
    • Subjects:
    • Te Puea Herangi, Princess of the Maori, 1883-1952.,
    • Women, Maori -- Biography.,
    • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Kings and rulers -- Biography.,
    • Maori (New Zealand people) -- History.,
    • New Zealand -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMichael King.
      GenreBiography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU422.82.T48 K55 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination372 p. :
      Number of Pages372
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3754291M
      ISBN 100790008793
      LC Control Number2003447067
      OCLC/WorldCa52860290

      Web site: Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Policy Changes We reserve the right to change this policy at any time. Walker is now very dated and his book no longer relevant-it verges on the absurd in some passages. The article explains the more likely intention of the legislation and its effect a little further on in the introduction.

      As far as I know the payments are still going on Te Puea book unless that raupatu was superceeded by the raupatu deal. Auckland: Hodder and Stoughton. Te Puea was firmly opposed to conscription when it was introduced in and provided a refuge at her farm for those who refused to be conscripted into the New Zealand Army. She also began farming at Mangatawhiri. Her first task, the one that re-established her mana among her people, was to successfully campaign on behalf of Maui Pomare in his election bid to become the Kingite Member of Parliament. She began collecting and recording waiata songswhakapapa genealogies and korero tawhito history from her extended family.

      Haere, e kui, haere ki te Po, haere ki te iwi! Note the money was paid to a trust Te Puea book, not to Te Puea-she was not on the Board and they got a bit sick of her I believe. The return of the Hauhau ritual to Waikato once a stronghold of the Church of England came about in those days when its people were deep in gloom and sorrow because of the conscription of their youth. Then the leadership met privately with Prime Minister Peter Fraser and worked out what would be accepted by the tribe. From that day Te Puea and her followers observed that ritual.


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Te Puea by King, Michael Download PDF Ebook

What compensation was given to which Maori MP in which year? More often than not Te Puea would be too ill to leave her bed.

Te Puea By Michael King

Photograph by William Archer Price, — Collection of postcard negatives. Five hundred and fifty Tainui men were called up for service. Ngata in particular was very taken by Te Puea after the touring concert party of the late 30s went to the East Coast.

Te Puea worked against this behind Pomare's back. Returned to whom and by whom? Information is now in the article. Have you considered starting a Wikipedia account so you can be contacted more readily Te Puea Te Puea book stressed the importance of iwi over hapu the Te Puea book over the sub-tribe or family grouping.

However, being young and believing also that she was dying Te Puea book tuberculosisshe rejected the traditional role expected of her and cut herself off from her people.

Who do you consider to be the most influential woman in our political history? BlackCab talk20 November UTC Return of Maori land[ edit ] I Te Puea book reverting a series of edits [4] by an IP editor who has once again injected personal opinion " in contradiction of the Treaty of Waitangi"redundancy " the legal framework "unsupported conjecture "as they had been advised a claim would fail" and irrelevance "Despite loosing the war the Kingitanga movement established a government in the King Country which existed for about 20 years".

The Sims report was not implemented at the time ? It is a fact that koha payments were made to Taranaki tribes. However as time went by she came to see the need for reconciliation.

Tainui were advised their claim would fail in the tribunal that is common knowledge in the Waikato. King uses the words- the money was frittered away- and says how it was mainly spent. During her teenage years she was often very sick.

When Te Puea took a prominent part in its affairs in the reign of her uncle, King Mahuta, the Kiingitanga had, historically speaking, reached its lowest ebb. In all things she was essentially practical.

Even further ironic is that far from being a Maori papakianga it was a near European style town, with streets ,a school, a church and the mass growing of European crops, as well as electric light at a later stage. The information that you provide may be used for the following purposes: To verify your identity and process any transactions that you might make on our site.

Her first task, the one that re-established her mana among her people, was to successfully campaign on behalf of Maui Pomare in his election bid to become the Kingite Member of Parliament.

Get real!! Arawa were an iwi that had remained loyal to the government, taking an active part against the kingites in the land wars and playing a full role in WW1.Hi Blackcab!I no longer have the King Te Puea book but the info I entered was all correct. Basically Te Puea -after being very wild in her youth and then isolationist in WW1 and being the main person who stopped Waikato men fighting; then found her iwi on the outer after WW1 compared to iwi who had allowed their menfolk to fight.

Michael King

Te Kirihaehae Te Puea Hērangi (–) was an influential leader who played a key role in the Tainui opposition to government conscription. Her grandfather was. Te Puea Herangi was one of the most important and influential Maori leaders of the 20th century.

Born into the family of the Maori King, she was a Te Puea book activist for her people. Her work to assure economic prosperity in the Waikato region, her fierce battles Te Puea book justice for Maori communities harmed by illegal land seizures, and her.Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the pdf influential woman in pdf political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life.

'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha journalist. Michael King has written such a book. He did so with the full support of Te Puea's tribe, Tainui.Sep 15,  · She worked closely with the Pàkehà world to achieve true partnership, and her energy, creativity, discipline, and vision made her a distinguished leader.

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