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last of the Ngati Mamoe

H. E. M. Fildes

last of the Ngati Mamoe

the wild people of the New Zealand mountain and bush

by H. E. M. Fildes

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Published by A.H. and A.W. Reed in Dunedin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cook, James, -- 1728-1779 -- Travel -- New Zealand,
  • Ngati Mamoe (New Zealand people)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby H. Fildes.
    SeriesReed"s "Raupo" series
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. :
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17617547M
    OCLC/WorldCa54012056

    Pohio, Horomona Horomona Pohio claimed descent from the major lines of Ngai Tahu, Ngati Mamoe and Waitaha. His hapu were Ngai Taoka, Ngati Huirapa, Ngai . This "Marokore" is found in the tradition of Rakaipaka and hinemanuhiri's exodus from is it the same tupuna known as "Marukore" in Kati Mamoe/Kai Tahu re was the husband of ara's was from Kati Mamoe, Kati Iraturoto and Kai her Kai Tahu, including Ngati Kahungunu, relatives with her sons.

      As Taikawa had predicted, Ngati Mamoe were not spared. Ngai Tahu had become exasperated with the attitude of the section of Ngati Mamoe that had kept the two tribes at war, and Te Hau-tapu-nui-o-Tu and his war party had come down the coast with the sole object of ending once and for all any Ngati Mamoe claims to independence. Genealogy for Te Rangitauneke (Ngati Mamoe) (deceased) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames.

    Louise is of Ngai Tahu, Ngati Mamoe and Waitaha descent, and has worked in the Maori community of Christchurch for many years. She is currently the Chair of Te Runaka a ki Otautahi and Ngai Tahu Trust. A qualified social worker, she has also worked in the fields of education and health. Maori Books - Maori History Books, Maori Weaving and More. Mana Maori: The Power of New Zealand's First Inhabitants (LUP General) The discovery of New Zealand, the last place on earth to be peopled, is surrounded by myths.


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Last of the Ngati Mamoe by H. E. M. Fildes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Waitaha were followed by Ngāti Māmoe, a tribal grouping originating from Hawkes Bay some time towards the end of the 16th century. They began building pā at strategic points to secure their positions and in time Ngāti Māmoe dominated the earlier Waitaha inhabitants through conquest and intermarriage.

One of the last Ngati-Mamoe pas was that which stood on Matauira Island; this pa was taken, and nearly all its inhabitants slain.

Another spot where the unfortunate tribe were slaughtered was on the beach of the Inlet, near the present township of Oneroa. On the invader's side, one of the most redoubtable of the Ngai-Tahu warriors, a Samson. The last pā of Ngāti Māmoe was on Mataura Island. Over time, marriages had been arranged between the two tribes to cement peace.

Notably of Raki-ihia (Ngāti Mamoe) and Hinehākiri, the cousin of Te-hau-tapunui-o-Tū, and of Honekai, son of Te-hau-tapunui-o-Tū, with Raki-ihia's daughter (region): South Island.

One of the last Ngati-Mamoe pas was that which stood on Matauira Island ; this pa was taken, and nearly all its inhabitants slain. Another spot where the unfortunate tribe were slaughtered was on the beach of the Inlet, near the present township of Oneroa. On the invader's side, one of the most redoubtable of the Ngai-Tahu warriors, a Samson.

The Nga-ti-mamoe at last begged for peace, which was granted. One of the principal chiefs, named Tara-whai (barb of the sting-ray), having been invited with his followers to visit the Nga-ti-mamoe, at a pa south of Ti-maru (tii that shelters), were treacherously entrapped by the Nga-ti-mamoe into an ambuscade, and the whole of them slain except.

A South Island toehold Tahupōtiki, from whom Ngāi Tahu take their name, was descended from the legendary ancestor Paikea and Hemo ki-te-Raki. It is here that we enter the realm of human history.

Largely because of internal struggles between Ngāi Tahu and their. It was not long after the migration mentioned above, that another migration of Ngai-Tahu arrived from the North Island and settled at Otago (O-Takou), when the wars with Ngati-Mamoe were resumed, and the end is described by Judge Mackay as follows: “This was the last time the Ngati-Mamoe made any stand against the conquering Ngai-Tahu.

Lenihan, Te Marino (Ngai Tahu, Ngati Mamoe, Waitaha) "Book Review - An Unsettled History: Treaty Claims in New Zealand Today" [] IndigLawB 17; () 5(15) Indigenous Law Bulletin 21 Book Review.

An Unsettled History: Treaty Claims in New Zealand Today. by Professor Alan Ward Bridget Williams Books Paperback, p RRP $ However they failed to advance beyond Kaikoura, where a chief of Ngati Mamoe killed the Ngati Kahungunu chief, Manawa, in a skirmish. But with the arrival of a third hapu of the Ngati Kahungunu, the Ngāi Tahu (or Kaitahu), towards the close of the 17th century, the stormy era of Otago history began.

Includes a whakapapa table for Kati Mamoe. Mikaere, B. Te Maiharoa and the promised land. This book looks at the impact that loss of the land had on the people of Te Waipounamu and tells the story of Hipa Te Maiharoa, the prophet who led his people to the promised land and found it flowing with tears.

The Ngati-Mamoe or Tini-o-Mamoe people who took refuge here when compelled to leave the Napier district, were an aboriginal folk, a section of the Mouriuri aborigines. A clan of these aboriginal folk, known to the Maori as Maruiwi, occupied the Heipipi pa, situated on a ridge near Petane, a few miles north of Napier, on the coast, the remains.

A number of sightings of the Ngati Mamoe have been recorded by Europeans. During Captain Cook’s second voyage on board The Resolution, William Hodges executed his famous painting ‘A View in Dusky Bay, New Zealand’ (), the romantic depiction of a Maori on a rock.

Showing results of 1 for Ngati Mamoe (Tribe) Advanced Search. Mrs Ani Evans. Date: November Description: Obituary. From: University of Waikato. Share. Current filters. Remove filters to expand search. Ngati Mamoe (Tribe) Ngati Mamoe (Tribe) Filter By Type All. Takaoteraki had various links to Gati Mamoe and Waitaha, and some through Ngati Porou, Te Kahea (Waitaha/Gati Mamoe) and Ngati Kahungunu.

Wiremu Te Raki was the brother of Taare and Mereana Putakaraki. The last been my other. Their parents were Merehana Hinehou and Pii Te Raki.

The death occurred last August of Mr Wiremu Hape Taipana, an elder of Arowhenua, Temuka. He was aged He was the elder son of Hana Kaikoro and Te Hape Taipana of Ngati Rongomai, a sub-tribe of Ngati Mamoe.

During the First World War he served in France as. The Maori and his First Printed Books and Other Stories by A W Reed $ NZD. Category: Maori | Series: Raupo series | Reading Level: very good. Includes First New Zealand Christmases and The Last of the Ngati Mamoe, published about The last of the Ngati Mamoe: the wild people of the New Zealand mountain and bush.

[H E M Fildes] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Origins and migrations of Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō The eponymous ancestor of Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō was Apa-Hapai-Taketake.

He was the grandson of Ruatea, captain of the Kurahaupō waka, which arrived in Aotearoa sometime between the 13 th and 14 th centuries. Ngāti Apa first settled in the Heretaunga (Hastings) district, later migrating across and down to the west coast of Te Ika-a-Maui.

This was an ancient pa, belonging first, it is said, to the Waitaha people, earlier even than Ngati Mamoe or Ngati Ruapirau, then it belonged to Ngati Mamoe and finally Ngai Te Upokoiri. For many generations Taumataohe, together with Matapiro, Ohiti, and Tikiwhakairo, were the great strongholds of Ruahine and Ngai Te Upokoiri.â€.

When the Rangitane people first arrived in this district, they found the Ngati-Mamoe tribe in occupation of the Karaka-nui pa, or rather a section of that tribe known as Te Koau-pari.

This place was situated on a hill westward of the inner harbour (or Port Ahuriri, Te Whanga-nui-a-Orotu, so named after a Mamoe. This book tells of the Māori contribution to Otepoti (Dunedin).

It was published to coincide with the opening of the new Araiteuru Marae in Kaikorai valley. Ngati Mamoe. Howard, B.

Rakiura: A history of Stewart Island, New Zealand. Includes census at Ruapuke and Rakiura; Ngati Mamoe. Takaoteraki had various links to Gati Mamoe and Waitaha, and some through Ngati Porou, Te Kahea (Waitaha/Gati Mamoe) and Ngati Kahungunu.

Wiremu Te Raki was the brother of Taare and Mereana Putakaraki. The last been my other. Their parents were Merehana Hinehou and Pii Te Raki.A picturesque rocky cove sheltering several fishing boats and holiday cribs.

It is an important cultural and historical Maori settlement site.