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Te Taurawhiri Reference Alexander Library | Te Rerenga Mai o Te Kauru
Te Taurawhiri Reference
Te Taurawhiri Reference 993.13 MAT 1 Not for loan
Te Taurawhiri Non-Fiction Davis (Central) Library
Te Taurawhiri
Te Taurawhiri 993.13 MAT 2 Available

Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Te Whanau Moana is the culmination of one man's lifetime of listening, learning, leading and teaching. It is the message that the much loved and valued kaumatua rangatira McCully Matiu has left for his beloved hapu, Te Whanau Moana of Karikari peninsula in the Far North. Using the traditional Te Whanau Moana form of narration he explains to present and future generations what it is to be Te Whanau Moana. He draws on the ancient traditions of the hapu, explains the place names within Te Whanau Moana's territories, sets out the hakapapa (genealogies) in great detail, describes the customs associated with fishing, birding and the marae, considers his role as Ngati Kahu's leader and concludes by detailing Te Whanau Moana's  claims against the Crown including the form, nature and extent of the restitution required to settle those claims. Te Whanau Moana is written in Maori and English and includes extensive hakapapa charts, eight maps and almost 200 colour photographs.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-243).

Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-243) and index.

Chiefly in Māori with parallel English translation.

Chiefly in Maori with parallel English translation.

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