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Edward Baigent - Man of many mills
The mill which Edward Baigent built at Ryversdale, at the entrance to Pigeon Valley[http://www.google.co.nz/maps/place/Pigeon+Valley,+Tasman+7025/@-41.3992349,173.0398135,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x6d3ba27cd64e6969:0x936e74b826a0f3b0] in 1855, was not the first he had built in the Wakefield[sitetree_link,id=430] area, nor was it...Read more about "Edward Baigent - Man of many mills"...
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"...
Maori and education
Pre-European Māori learned by oral methods which developed strong memory skills and powerful oratory. Early European visitors and settlers admired Māori intelligence. Dieffenbach (1839) wrote: Greenwood, Sarah: The Motueka...Read more about "Maori and education"...
The pioneers of the Hope Valley are commemorated by a memorial at Glenhope. The small rock cairn was originally erected by the Owen Women’s Institute in 1935, close to...Read more about "Glenhope Pioneers"...
*Wakapuaka *Over the years the spelling of this area has altered between Whakapuaka and Wakapuaka, as has the pronunciation, depending upon changing dialects. The name originates from the legendary explorer...Read more about "Wakapuaka Cemetery"...
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