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The mythology and traditions of the Māori in New Zealand

Author: J F H Wohlers
Publisher: Christchurch [N.Z.] : Kiwi Publishers, ©2001.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wohlers, J. F. H. (Johann Friedrich Heinrich), 1811-1885.
Mythology and traditions of the Māori in New Zealand.
Christchurch [N.Z.] : Kiwi Publishers, ©2001
(OCoLC)989683521
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J F H Wohlers
ISBN: 186964364X 9781869643645
OCLC Number: 50688544
Language Note: In English and Māori.
Notes: "Read before the Otago Institute, 7th April and 10th August, 1874"--P. 3.
Reprinted from Transactions and proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, v. 8 (1875), p. 108-123.
Original ed.: Wellington, N.Z. : J. Hughes, Printer, 1875.
Description: 60 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. The heathen gods of the Māori, and allegorical beings of the same period --
1. Tangaroa --
2. Tutakahinahina and Te Roiroiwhenua --
3. Rangi and Papatuanuku --
4. Tane --
5. Maui --
pt. II. The period of the ancient heroes --
1. Kaitangata and Whaitiri --
2. Hema --
3. Tawhaki --
4. Wahieroa --
5. Ruta --
6. Tuwhakararo --
7. Whakatau --
[8. Tinirau and Hineteiwaiwa] --
Ko ngā kōrero tawhito a ngā tohunga Māori o Murihuku : he mea hokihoki / J.F.H. Wohlers --
1. Tangaroa --
2. Ko Tutakahinahina --
Ko Te Roiroiwhenua --
3. Ko Rangi raua ko Papatuanuku --
4. Ko Tane --
5. Ko Maui --
Ko ngā kōrero tawhito --
1. Ko Kaitangata raua ko Whaitiri --
2. Ko Hema --
3. Ko Karihi raua ko Tawhaki --
4. Ko Wahieroa --
5. Ko Rata --
6. Ko Tuwhakararo --
7. Ko Whakatau --
8. Ko Tinirau raua ko Hineteiwaiwa --
1. The tale of a fishing canoe blown off the land --
2. The adventures of Tama --
8. [i.e. 3] Ruru-teina and Te Roronga-rahia --
4. Rona --
5. The adventures of Paowa --
6. Whiro, Tura.
Other Titles: Transactions and proceedings of the New Zealand Institute.
Responsibility: by J.F.H. Wohlers.

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