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Kōura - Māori and Gold
The goldrushes In 1857 there were 1,300 Pakeha and 600 Māori digging in the Aorere district[aorere-gold/], New Zealand's first real goldrush. The influx had a profound effect on tangata...Read more about "Kōura - Māori and Gold"...
Pakohe - Argillite
Known to Māori as pakohe, and to geologists as metamorphosed indurated mudstone, argillite is particularly associated with the Nelson-Marlborough region in New Zealand. It is found on Rangitoto (D'Urville Island), along the...Read more about "Pakohe - Argillite"...
Kōkōwai (red ochre), obtained from clays rich in iron and aluminium silicates, was highly prized by Māori; depending on chemical composition, reds, oranges, yellows and browns were produced. Onekaka...Read more about "Kōkōwai"...
The Tangata Whenua Tribes of Te Tau Ihu
Three of the eight tangata whenua tribes in Te Tau Ihu (Rangitāne, Ngāti Kuia and Ngāti Apa) are of Kurahaupo waka origins; three (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Koata and...Read more about " The Tangata Whenua Tribes of Te Tau Ihu"...
The growth and production of tobacco brought wealth, jobs and growth to Motueka and was integral to the social fabric of the district for more than 70 years....Read more about "Tobacco"...
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