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Ngā pūriri o Taiamai =

A political history of Ngā Puhi in the inland Bay of Islands

by Jeffrey Sissons

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Published by Reed Books in association with the Polynesian Society in Auckland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Politics and government.,
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPolitical history of Ngā Puhi in the inland Bay of Islands
    StatementJeffrey Sissons, Wiremu Wi Hongi, Pat Hohepa.
    ContributionsWi Hongi, Wiremu., Hohepa, Patrick W., Sissons, Jeffrey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU423.P63 S57 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination164 p. :
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3629819M
    ISBN 100790007959
    LC Control Number2002421387
    OCLC/WorldCa48401978

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A record of the political history of Nga Puhi tribal groups in the Taiamai and Te Waimate regions of the inland Bay of Islands, this highly regarded work brings together Nga Puhi oral traditions and early European accounts of the region/5(3).

Much sought after since its original publication, Nga Puriri o Taiamai furnishes an Ngā pūriri o Taiamai = book history of New Zealand’s most populous iwi. Nga Puriri o Taiamai was first published by the Polynesian Society in as The Puriri Trees are Laughing.

A record of the political history of Nga Puhi tribal groups in the Taiamai and Te Waimate regions of the inland Bay of Islands, this highly regarded work brings together Nga Puhi oral. Nga Puriri o Taiamai was first published by the Polynesian Society in as The Puriri Trees are Laughing. A record of the political history of Nga Puhi tribal groups in the Taiamai and Te Waimate regions of the inland Bay of Islands, this highly regarded work brings together Nga Puhi oral traditions and early European accounts of the region.

Nga Puriri o Taiamai was first published by the Polynesian Society in as The Puriri Trees are Laughing. a record of the political history of Nga Puhi tribal groups in the Taiamai and Te Waimate regions of the inland Bay of Islands, this highly regarde work brings together Nga Puhi oral traditions and early European accounts of thev region.

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Nga puriri o Taiamai: a political history of Nga Puhi in the inland Bay of Islands. Penguin Books for permission to reproduce this book on the University of Auckland : Jeffrey Sissons. Ithas been established in the first part of this work that during the period tothe peoples of the Te Waimate and Taiamai regions belonged to two opposed hapu alliances.

Significantly, the leaders, Hongi Hika, Tareha and Ruatara were descendants of a common ancestor, Te Wairua. Here are keywords for our next Noho: Te Waha o Te Riri Kororipo Taumarere Herehere i Te Riri Hokianga Whakapou Karakia 'Kei te katakata nga Puriri o Taiamai.' Ngati Rehia Hongi Hika Mimi Whare Waipapa Te Wera Hauraki.

A colleague and friend of Te Māra Reo became interested in the origin of the name pūriri, the tree known botanically as Vitex lucens. There was no page for the pūriri on the web site at the time, but its alternative name, kauere, was on the list, and his enquiry has advanced the production of this page.

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The authors explain that the title of their work is taken from a well-known Ngāpuhi whakatauakī or saying: Ka kata ngā pūriri o Taiamai (the Pūriri trees of Taiamai. For Taiamai is now Ohaeawai, and Ohaeawai is now Ngawha, and Ngawha has to make do with being called Ngawha Springs.

But Taiamai, the very “tino o Taiamai” is still there, solid as the rock it is, but neglected and almost forgotten by all but a few of the old people and chance visitors. Nga puriri o Taiamai: a political history of Nga Puhi in the inland Bay of Islands [B-engine version with cross-document searching and KWIC display of results] Sissons, Jeffrey.

Ngā Puhi (New Zealand people) Maori (New Zealand people) History. Maori (New Zealand people) Genealogy. Islands, Bay of (N.Z.) History. Puriri: Ka kata nga puriri o Taiamai. Literally the laughing puriri trees of Taiamai.

Taiamai is a name for the fertile heartland of the Bay of Islands. This saying celebrates the beauty and perfection of nature and is a term of honour addressed to a welcome guest. Phormium: Tungia te ururua kia tupu whakritorito to tupu o te harakeke.

His present exhibition at the Milbank Gallery, extended until J displays an 8-panel creation, Ka kata nga tonu puriri o Taiamai (The puriri trees of Taiamai are laughing still).

It consists. Nga puriri o Taiamai: a political history of Nga Puhi in the inland Bay of Islands [B-engine version with cross-document searching and KWIC display of results] Creator: Sissons, Jeffrey. Contributor: Wi Hongi, Wiremu: Hohepa, Patrick W.

Date: Subject: Ngā Puhi (New Zealand people) Maori (New Zealand people) History: Maori (New Zealand. Nga Puriri o Taiamai. SMITH, JEAN Tapu Removal in Maori Religion. STAFFORD, D. Te Arawa.

STAFFORD, D.M. Te Arawa. STAFFORD, DON Rare Book Auction. ka kata nga puriri o taiamai. 2 likes. Book. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or.

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References. There is a multiplicity of references, both published and unpublished, many of which mention Patuone specifically.

The following is a listing of key references but this is by no means inclusive of all. The Battle of Ohaeawai was fought between British forces and local Māori during the Flagstaff War in July at Ohaeawai in the North Island of New Zealand.

Te Ruki Kawiti, a prominent rangatira (chief) was the leader of the Māori forces. The battle was notable in that it established that the fortified pā could withstand bombardment from cannon fire and that frontal assaults by Location: Ohaeawai, New Zealand. "It means 'the puriri trees of Taiamai are laughing still' and I loved the phrase." The works, completed inare made with inlaid linoleum with carat gold leaf, silver and copper leaf Author: Liz Wylie.

The most important written source is Nga Puriri o Taiamai. A political history of Nga Puhi in the inland Bay of Islands written by Jeffrey Sissons, Wiremu Wi Hongi and Pat Hohepa. One of the major sources of the book were the manuscripts written by Uncle Henare Te Nana (Clendon) which are now in the Library at Auckland Museum (ask for ms ).

Nga puriri o Taiamai: a political history of Nga Puhi in the inland Bay of Islands, by Jeffrey Sissons, Wiremu Wi Hongi and Pat Hohepa. Rev. of: The puriri trees are laughing.

Auckland, N.Z.: Polynesian Society, This highly regarded work brings together Ngā Puhi oral traditions and early European accounts of the region. Ka kata nga puriri o Taiamai* Patricia Prime. hillside holiday homes teeter. A cruise boat ferries us up the Queen Charlotte Sound from Picton under a summertime sky and leaves us beside Captain Cook's plain but prominent monument at Ship's Cove.

published quarterly by the Department of Maori Affairs and sponsored by the Maori Purposes Fund Board. printed by Pegasus Press Ltd. n.z. subscriptions: One year 7/6 (four issues), three years £ for schools: 4/- per year (minimum five subscriptions). From all offices of the Maori Affairs Department and from the editor.

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Hohepa, Ngä Püriri o Taiamai (originally titled The Puriri Trees are Laughing); Elizabeth Bott with Tavi, Tongan Society at the Time of Captain Cook’s Visits: Discussions with Her Majesty Queen Sälote Tupou; and Andrew Pawley (ed.), Man and. Figure 3. Antoine Chazal.

Nouvelle Zealande. Habitants et pirogue. [New Zealand. Inhabitants and canoe]. [Copied or from an drawing by Jules Louis Lejeune]. Reference number C, Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand, Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa.

Origin and mana. Moka Kainga-mataa was a Ngapuhi chief of Ngai Tawake descent, who along with his brothers Te Wharerahi and Rewa, formed the Patukeha hapū in memory of their slain mother Te Auparo and sister Te Karehu.

Their mother and sister had been murdered and their bodies consumed in an attack by the Ngare Raumati Iwi on Okuratope Pa, (Waimate North) in. Nga Puriri o Taiamai - A Political History of Nga Puhi in the Inland Bay of Islands, J.

Sissons, W.W. Hongi, Pat Hohepa The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Medical Specialty, Brian Freeman X Aromatherapy: Therapy Basics - Answers, Helen McGuinness. Associated with Kawakawa (where he had a settlement near the Kawakawa River), Kiwikiwi was a key member of Ngāpuhi’s southern alliance, alongside his cousin Pōmare II and other kin.

He was the son of Te Ārahi and Pātaea (also known as Tūroro or Te Ruru), and the nephew of Te Koriwhai; his grandparents were Rite and Taranui, and Te Huru (of Ngāti Hine). The New Zealand Book - 20 | Australian Dollars *The prices in this brochure are intended as a guide only.

Studio and 1 Bedroom based on 2 people, 2 Bedroom people unless otherwise stated. Nga Puriri o Taiamai: A Political History of Nga Puhi in the Inland Bay of Islands by J. Sissons, W.W. Hongi and Pat Hohepa ( ) The archaeological reconnaissance of a portion of the new Kauaʻi Community College at Puhi, Haiku ahupuaʻa, by Stephen L Palama ().

Christchurch City Libraries lists literary prize winners and links to catalogue searches, but we may not hold copies of all titles mentioned. Te Kura Pounamu was established in This award is made to the writer of a book considered to be the most distinguished contribution to literature for children and young adults written in Te Reo Māori.

Ka kata nga o Taiamai. The puriri trees of Taiamai are laughing* hillside holiday homes teeter. The cruise boat that has ferried me up the Queen Charlotte Sound from Picton under a peerless sky deposits hikers beneath Captain Cook's plain but prominent monument at Ship's Cove.Correction: Social network analysis of obsidian artefacts and Māori interaction in northern Aotearoa New Zealand Article in PLoS ONE 14(4):e.

Te Wairua's tupuna or descent can be found in alot of published sources i.e: Nga Puriri o Taiamai [second edition] by Jeffrey Sissons; Wiremu Wi Hongi and Patu Hohepa; I Have Named It The Bay of Islands by Jack Lee, to name a couple. I can trace each tupuna I posted, as this is where my mum descends.