Nga Iwi O Tainui: The Traditional History of the Tainui People

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Auckland University Press, 1995 - Social Science - 402 pages
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The Maori language biographies of Maori who appear in The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography Vol 1.
 

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Contents

Maps
10
Tainui 5 crossing
24
The source of people
52
Taawhao
62
Whatihua and Tuurongo
68
Tongaatea
76
Te Ataioorongo
86
Kaiahi and Manutongaatea
96
The death of Te Kawairirangi
228
The death of Rungaterangi
234
Ngaere and Hekeiterangi
242
The death of Maniaopetini
248
Kaawharu and Te Huaki
252
Kaawharu and Tuuahumaahina
260
TeWd
268
Te Kanawa and Ngaati TeWhata
276

Hotunui
102
Kookako
110
Maahanga
126
Reituu and Reipae
136
Wairangi
144
Tuuparahaki and Kaihamu
152
Paaoa
162
Rereahu and his sons
170
Maniapoto kills Houtaketake
178
Kinohakus marriage to Tuuirirangi
188
Matakore
194
TeAtainutaiandWhitipatatoo
204
Maniatakamaiwaho
214
The death of Tuuirirangi and Ikataamures story
220
Paapaka
288
The death ofTe Putu
294
Taawhiakiterangi and the battle at Tawatawhiti
302
Te Porou
318
Ngaati Raukawa and the quarrels with Waikato
324
The victory of Maungatautari and Wahanui
332
Hopes war against Ngaati Maniapoto
338
ThefallofTautepoo
346
TeWhatakarakaandTelwituaroa
358
The death of Wharetiki
364
Do not desecrate Te Maraeohine
370
Hotumauea
376
Bibliography
384
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About the author (1995)

Bruce Biggs was a professor of Maori studies and Oceanic linguistics at the University of Auckland. Pei te Hurinui Jones was a Maori translator and oral historian.

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