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Pā and Kāinga
Ancient pā and kāinga are scattered across Te Tau Ihu o Waka. European settlers certainly did not arrive in a "barren social and cultural landscape..."1 Webber, John:The inside...Read more about "Pā and Kāinga"...
There are eight iwi or tribes in Te Tau Ihu/ Te Tauihu (Nelson/Tasman–Marlborough): Ngāti Kuia, Rangitāne o Wairau and Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō (from the Kurahaupō canoe) Ngāti Koata, Ngāti Rārua and Ngāti Toa Rangatira (from the Tainui canoe) Ngāti Tama...Read more about "Maori"...
Wakatū or Whakatū
Māori Names People often ask what a Māori place-name means, and try to break down parts of the name to find meaning: e.g. Motueka = motu + weka =...Read more about "Wakatū or Whakatū"...
The Tangata Whenua Tribes of Te Tau Ihu
There are eight iwi which are tangata whenua in Te Tau Ihu - or Te Tauihu as it is now more commonly known: Rangitāne o Wairau, Ngāti Kuia and...Read more about " The Tangata Whenua Tribes of Te Tau Ihu"...
The Neal Canoe1902
In 1902, while whaling along Rarangi Beach, Edward Neal spied a long, overturned canoe somewhere along the beach. He returned with a team of horses and dragged the...Read more about "The Neal Canoe 1902"...
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