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The Parihaka Prophets in Nelson
In the 1860's and 1870's Taranaki Māori were troubled by Government determination to enforce European settlement of traditional lands. Promised reserves did not eventuate and, by 1866, dispossessed Māori...Read more about "The Parihaka Prophets in Nelson "...
Nelson's Public Art
Nelson has a range of public art works, many of them located in the central city area near the Maitai River. A good starting point to explore the...Read more about "Nelson's Public Art"...
Tamati Pirimona Marino
Through his parents, Ringahuri of Ngāti Tama/Te Atiawa and Roka of Ngāti Rarua, Marino (also known as Te Pua Ringahuri) was related to all three mana whenua iwi...Read more about "Tamati Pirimona Marino "...
Te Puoho ki Te Rangi
Te Puoho (also known as Te Ngarau), ariki of Ngāti Tama, was born at Poutama, northern Taranaki, son of Whangataaki II and Hinewairoro. His whakapapa connected him to...Read more about "Te Puoho ki Te Rangi "...
Te Tau Ihu Maori and the Taranaki Wars
On 17 March 1860, Government troops attacked the pa Te Kohia at Waitara, North Taranaki, stronghold of Wiremu Kīngi Te Rangitāke of Te Atiawa and his followers. Te...Read more about "Te Tau Ihu Maori and the Taranaki Wars"...
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