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Te Arawa : a history of the Arawa people

Author: D M Stafford
Publisher: Auckland [N.Z.] : Reed, 1991.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D M Stafford
OCLC Number: 154703187
Notes: Traces the history of Te Arawa from their 14th century migration to Aotearoa/New Zealand until the late 1880s.
Originally published: Wellington, 1967.
Reprinted 1994.
Maps on lining papers.
Some copies misbound: cover inverted.
Includes indexes.
Description: xv, 573 pages, [24] pages of plates : illustrations, facsimile, genealogical tables, maps, portraits ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Ch. 1. The beginning --
Ch. 2. The canoe --
Ch. 3. The journey to New Zealand --
Ch. 4. The first period of exploration --
Ch. 5. The death of Tamatekapua : Ihenga returns to Maketu --
Ch. 6. Exploration by Ihenga --
Ch. 7. Hatupatu and Kurangaituku --
Ch. 8. The burning of Te Arawa canoe --
Ch. 9. The curse of Manaia and its sequel --
Ch. 10. The beginning pf permanent settlement --
Ch. 11. Rangiteaorere : the conquest of Mokoia and the slaying of Taniwhas --
Ch. 12. Destruction of Ngati Kahupungapunga --
Ch. 13. Further settlement of the Lakes District --
Ch. 14. The capture of Moura by Tutanekai --
Ch. 15. Beginning of the wars at Rotoiti --
Ch. 16. Ngati Pikiao occupy Rotoiti --
Ch. 17. Troubles at Okataina --
Ch. 18. The death of Wahiao --
Ch. 19. Ngati Rangihouhiri --
Ch. 20. Invasion and capture of Maketu. --
Ch. 21. Invasion from the east --
Ch. 22. The taking of Maunganui --
Ch. 23. Trouble at Rotorua with Tamamutu of Taupo --
Ch. 24. Settlement at Rotorua --
Ch. 25. Ngati Whakaue occupy Ohinemutu --
Ch. 26. Death of Te Arakau --
Ch. 27. An Arawa army goes to Waikato --
Ch. 28. Warfare throughout the Rotorua area --
Ch. 29. Trouble in the Te Puke area --
Ch. 30. Ngati Pukenga --
Ch. 31. Te Ramaapakura --
Ch. 32. Pukekaikahu --
Ch. 33. The capture of Mokoia by Hongi Hika --
Ch. 34. The death of Te Awhe --
Ch. 35. The arrival of Tapsell --
Ch. 36. Ngapuhi invasions of Mayor Island, Motiti and Tauranga --
Ch. 37. First contact with the missionaries --
Ch. 38. Missionaries and warfare on the coast --
Ch. 39. Murder and missionaries at Rotorua --
Ch. 40. Thomas Chapman, his wife and helpers settle in Rotorua --
Ch. 41. The beginning of the wars with Te Waharoa --
Ch. 42. The sack of Maketu by Te Waharoa --
Ch. 43. The battle of Te Tumu --
Ch. 44. The mission station destroyed --
Ch. 45. The re-occupation of Maketu --
Ch. 46. Missionaries re-occupy Rotorua in unsettled conditions --
Ch. 47. Warfare on the coast --
Ch. 48. Advances of missionaries during troubled times --
Ch. 49. Arrival of the catholic missionaries --
Ch. 50. The capture of Farrar’s boat and assault on Mayor Island --
Ch. 51. Progress of missionaries and arrival of T. H. Smith --
Ch. 52. The visit of Dr John Johnson --
Ch. 53. Chapman witnesses of battle --
Ch. 54. Visit of governor Sir George Grey --
Ch. 55. Chapman moves to Maketu --
Ch. 56. Trouble at Motiti and Tarawera --
Ch. 67. Death of Mrs Chapman --
Ch. 58. Progress of the King Movement --
Ch. 59. War in Taranaki --
Ch. 60. The new system of Sir George Grey --
Ch. 61. The troubles of a magistrate --
Ch. 62. Arawa become involved in Maori-Pakeha wars --
Ch. 63. Battles at Maketu and Kaokaora --
Ch. 64. War at Tauranga and visit of Meade to Maketu --
Ch. 65. Arawa are involved at Rotoiti and Te Tapiri --
Ch. 66. Death of Fulloon and the attack on Te Teko --
Ch. 67. Gilbert Mair and fighting at Rotorua --
Ch. 68. Battle at Puraku, Rotorua --
Ch. 69. Te Kooti and the Whitmore expedition --
Ch. 70. Attack on Rotorua by Te Kooti --
Ch. 71. Conclusion of Urewera campaigns --
Ch. 72. Deaths of Tapsell and Chapman --
Ch. Appendix A. The crew of Te Arawa --
Ch. Appendix B. When the Arawa canoe arrived --
Ch. Appendix C. Speeches of Arawa tribes made to Governor Gore Browne --
Ch. Appendix D. Commerce in the Rotorua District --
Ch. Appendix E. Education in the Rotorua and Maketu districts --
Ch. Appendix F. The Thermal-Springs Districts Act, 1881 --
Ch. Appendix G. Problems of township leases.
Responsibility: by D.M. Stafford.

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