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Letter from Te Matapihi to McLean

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Letter written from Paekakariki Quantity: 1 piece (4 pages on 1 leaf).

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84. Tangi over a woman, Matapihi — “Illustrated London News” (17/2/1866)

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Robley: Te Ropere, 1840—1930 - New Zealand Portraits; — 1864–1866 — Female Portraits - 84. Tangi over a woman, Matapihi “Illustrated London News” (17/2/1866)

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Robley, Horatio Gordon 1840-1930 :Patene's wharre at Matapihi. 1865.

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A carved whare showing a European-influenced door and paned window inside its porch. An adult is seated inside the porch and two children outside. A pa palisade is behind the dwelling. Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - H. G. Robley.. Quantity: 1 watercolour(s). Physical Description: Watercolour ...

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Robley, Horatio Gordon 1840-1930 :A tangi at Matapihi 1864.

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Shows a tangi, with a small crowd gathered outside the front of a whare, around a body in white cloak. In left foreground is a Maori with feather cloak, spear, and facial moko. Beyond him a woman with a small child is seated on the ground. Other figures sit and stand. Inscriptions: Inscribed - Re...

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Letter from Te Matapihi o Te Rangi to McLean

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Letter written from Paekakariki Quantity: 1 piece (4 pages on 1 leaf).

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[Robley, Horatio Gordon], 1840-1930 :A native funeral in New Zealand - see page 78]. The penny illustrated paper. Jan. 30, 1869, [page] 76.

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The lower picture on the page shows a group of Maori paying respect to the body of a deceased person who lies in state in front of a whare, wearing a feather headdress. In the left foreground sits a Maori mother and infant, and a woman stands by the body, declaiming. Other figures sit and stand. ...

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War Poster Research - Stephanie Gibson

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

<SPAN class=edit id=Main_BodyCopy> Te Papa holds about two hundred posters produced during World War l and World War ll (with a few from the Spanish Civil War). They were designed and produced primarily in Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Graphically rich with ...

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Mother Aubert's medicines TEST

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Frenchwoman Suzanne Aubert founded the religious congregation the Daughters of our Lady of Compassion in 1892, at Hiruharama (Jerusalem) on the banks of the Whanganui River. Aubert was one of the first Europeans to appreciate the medicinal properties of New Zealand's native plants. Her pate...

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Tarawera eruption 10 June 1886

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The Tarawera Eruption was explosive and spectacular. It was the ultimate sound and light show and it happened at night. The ‘explosions' could be heard as far north as the Bay of Islands and as far south as Christchurch. Most of the population of New Zealand heard it! The eruption commenced ...

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Ruamahanga River

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Shows a view of the hill side below Matapihi cemetery, where the bank meets the Ruamahanga River.

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- (Te Ao Hou - No. 41 December 1962)

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discussed and organized Play Centre interest at Omaio Bay, Tikitiki, Ruatoria, Tokomaru Bay, Patutahi, Mangapapa, Whatatutu, Matawai, Maungatapu, and Matapihi.

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The Carving - (Te Ao Hou - No. 64 September 1968)

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The matapihi, always placed to the right of the entrance, is a very important part of a meeting-house, as it is the only means whereby light can enter. This carving is therefore symbolic of the coming of the light of the Christian Gospel into the centre of Maori life. The Lintel or korupe is alwa...

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Ruamahanga River at Willow Park, Opaki : digital image

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A view up the Ruamahanga River at Opaki. Land of Willow Park farm is at left.; In the centre distance is the summit of Rangitumau Hill.; The hill at right is possibly Matapihi (Black Rock).

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Tarere McMillan - (Te Ao Hou - No. 58 March 1967)

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The death occurred on 21 January, 1967, at Matakana Island, of Mrs Tarere McMillan, at the age of seventy-six. Born at Matapihi, she was the youngest daughter of Heeni and Tamati Tu. Her maternal grandfather was the paramount chief of the Ngaiterangi Tribe, Hori Ngatai, who fought against the Bri...

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MR TIUKA (DUKE) NGATAI - (Te Ao Hou - No. 30 March 1960)

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Mr Tiuka, or Duke, Ngatai, aged 59, of Matapihi, near Tauranga, of the Ngaiterangi tribe, died last December. He was a son of Mr Rewiti Ngatai and a grandson of Hori Ngatai, chief of the Ngaiterangi, who fought in the battle of Gate Pa. On his mother's side Mr Ngatai descended from Taipari Makara...

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Dedication of Carving; The Carver; The Carving - (Te Ao Hou - No. 64 September 1968)

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It is significant that the man chosen to carve the matapihi is a direct descendent of those who taught the Maori language to the Rev. Robert Maunsell, who worked in the Waikato for so many years translating the Old Testament. He is Mr Waka Graham of Waikato, one of the first students of the Hamil...

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Rebecca Faulkner - (Te Ao Hou - No. 43 June 1963)

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Rebecca, a diminutive centre player, played basketball in Tauranga and was chosen for the New Zealand team after only two years at a Dominion tournament. Second daughter of Mr and Mrs B. H. Faulkner of Matapihi, near Tauranga, Rebecca is averaging about four miles running each day. She works as a...

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ACTION AGAINST DANGER - (Te Ao Hou - No. 23 July 1958)

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The people of Matapihi peninsula were never sure until recently whether they really belonged to the town of Tauranga. They could look across the harbour and see Tauranga less than a mile away. Many went to town to work and do their shopping. But yet the place seemed very far removed in spirit; in...

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The Carver - (Te Ao Hou - No. 64 September 1968)

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It is significant that the man chosen to carve the matapihi is a direct descendent of those who taught the Maori language to the Rev. Robert Maunsell, who worked in the Waikato for so many years translating the Old Testament. He is Mr Waka Graham of Waikato, one of the first students of the Hamil...

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