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The story of a Maori chief, Mokena Kohere and his forbears.

Reweti Tuhorouta Kohere

The story of a Maori chief, Mokena Kohere and his forbears.

by Reweti Tuhorouta Kohere

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Published by A. H. & A. W. Reed in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kohere, Mokena, Maori chief, 1812-1894.,
  • Maori (New Zealand people)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 105.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU422.K6 K6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 109 p.
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6080497M
    LC Control Number50036445
    OCLC/WorldCa8365073

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Wellington: A.W & A. Reed, About the book. Author, Rewiti Kohere (; Ngāti Porou) was a prolific writer and contributed articles to Te Kopara and Te Toa Takitini. Kohere, Reweti T. The story of a Maori chief: Mokena Kohere and his forbears / by Reweti T.

Kohere A.H. & A.W. Reed Wellington, N.Z Australian/Harvard Citation. Kohere, Reweti T.The story of a Maori chief: Mokena Kohere and his forbears / by Reweti T. Kohere A.H. & A.W. Reed Wellington, N.Z. Wikipedia Citation. Mokena, apart from his misgivings about the Maori kingship, actively dissuaded his people from becoming involved in the Waikato conflict, lest Ngati Porou territory become subject to confiscation.

Nevertheless, some Ngati Porou did participate and inon their return home, the King's flag was raised at Waiomatatini.

The Story of a Maori Chief Mokena Kohere and his Forbears by Reweti T. Kohere New Zealand A. & A. Reed Wellington A.

& A. Reed Wakefield Street Wellington, N.Z. June, Me rangatira he hoa matenga mou kia kore ai koe whakarerea. —Maori saying. When in a forlorn situation stick to a chief, for you would never be deserted.

The story of a Maori chief, Mokena Kohere and his forbears (). Kohere, Reweti Tuhorouta (). The Autobiography of a Maori. Wellington: Reed Publishing (NZ) Ltd. He Konae Aronui or Maori Proverbs and Sayings (). Nga kōrero a Reweti Kohere Mā, edited by Born: 11 AprilOrutua, Horoera, East Coast, New.

Announcing the auction of further and final books from the Rare Book Library of Arthur T. Pycroft. This superb library was too large to offer in its entirety in the one catalogue and the remainder. The story of a Maori chief: Mokena Kohere and his forbears / by Reweti T.

Kohere Nga korero a Pita Kapiti = The teachings of Pita Kapiti / translated, edited and annotated by Anaru Reedy Explore.

List of Maori Tribes and Chiefs. Honiana te Puni (the E Puni of the New Zealand Company's reports: to this chief's influence it was mainly owing that the war in the Wellington Province in was brought to a close ; he has been a firm and faithful friend of the pakeha from the very first), Ropiha Moturoa, Ihaia Porutu, Wi Tako Ngatata.

Kohere, R. The story of a Māori chief: Mokena Kohere and his forbears. Ngati Porou. Includes a whakapapa table. Lambert, T. The story of old Wairoa and the East Coast district, North Island New Zealand: or, past, present and future, a record of over fifty years’ progress.

Contains whakapapa tables and many photos. Kohere, R.T. KOH. The story of a Māori chief: Mokena Kohere and his forbears. Ngati Porou. Includes a whakapapa table. Lambert, T. LAM. The story of old Wairoa. Information on the Great Fleet; historical pictures of land, marae, and people, with selected whakapapa.

Lawson, L. Eruera, the teachings of a Maori elder, by Eruera Stirling as told to Anne Salmond. (,) Eruera Manuera was at the forefront of Ngati Awa leadership for over half a century until his death in His leadership style was characterised by his skill as an orator and innovative approach to tikanga Maori.

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Maori tales & legends / collected and retold by Kate McCosh Clark ; The story of a Māori chief: Mokena Kohere and his forbears. by Kohere, Reweti. Publisher: Wellington: A.

& A. The Story of Ahikar, folktale of Babylonian or Persian origin, about a wise and moral man who supposedly served as one of the chief counselors of Sennacherib, king of Assyria (– bc). Like the biblical Job, Ahikar was a prototype of the just man whose righteousness was sorely tested and ultimately rewarded by God.

Betrayed by his power. Lipsey immediately knew that the voice was not that of a Maori, looked up, and there was Grattan with a big “waddy” [Aboriginal club] 33 – all he carried raised menacingly.

In r– elating the story afterwards Lipsey used to say “Thank God, Grattan had his nerve at that moment.” EMA MOKENA. While Mokena Kohere’s grandson attributes his non-attendance to indifference (ibid) it is also possible that he was not prepared to submit his mana to a Pakeha institution.

The older Chiefs may well have seen their position as similar to that of the Judge and Assessor (cf. pages ) - certainly Te Irimana Houturangi had seen the Chiefs.

Maori Dancer at the Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu in Hawaii. Maori man makes face tattoos attractive - perhaps it's his smile. Maori Even with the haka covering his face, this man's smile brightens the world, and that's the sexiest thing any man has going for him.

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Written by New Zealand's top Maori historians, this is a perfect compact guidebook to the tribes of New Zealand.Hunters and Gatherers. Before its extinction in the late s, moa was a major source of food. Annual hunting trips were made in the months of June and July for weka, a hen sized bird, because it was fat and healthy at this also captured and ate other native birds and tuna (eels).

Ngai Tahu gathered the leaves and roots of ti (cabbage tree) which were used for making sandals and from.