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Hikurangi ki Homburg

Helen M. Hogan

Hikurangi ki Homburg

Henare Kohere and Terei Ngatai with the Māori Coronation Contingent 1902

by Helen M. Hogan

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Published by Clerestory Press in Christchurch, N.Z .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kohere, Henare Mokena -- 1880-1916 -- Correspondence.,
  • Kohere, Henare Mokena -- 1880-1916 -- Journeys -- Great Britain.,
  • Ngatai, Terei -- 1881-1912 -- Correspondence.,
  • Ngatai, Terei -- 1881-1912 -- Journeys -- Great Britain.,
  • Ngāti Porou (Maori people) -- Travel -- Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHikurangi to Homburg
    StatementHelen M. Hogan.
    ContributionsKohere, Henare Mokena 1880-1916., Ngatai, Terei 1881-1912.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU424.N4 H64 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 140 p. :
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18023914M
    ISBN 100958370605

    Hikurangi Library provides and promotes a library service which fills the needs of the whole community. The range of books includes educational, reference, hobbyist and children's. A Book Week is held at the end of June every year. Photocopying and internet facilities are also available. History. Ngāpuhi is the largest iwi in New Zealand and its Ngāti Rangi and Ngāi Tawake ki te Waokū of Tautoro and Matarāua. The narrative is told through weaving together karakia and Ka hakamākuru ake hau ki runga ki a Hikurangi, ki taku rua-papa-pounamu i wāhia mai ai te kura tapu tangata i File Size: KB.

    Renata's journey =: Ko te haerenga o Renata [Renata Kawepo Tama-Ki-Hikurangi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Probably the earliest surviving Maori writing of significant length, this is an account by Renata Kawepo Tamai Ki Hikurangi of an arduous journey undertaken in The book includes the Maori text in full with a parallel English translationCited by: 1.   Ko Hikurangi te maunga Hikurangi is the mountain Ko Waiapu te awa Waiapu is the river Ko Ngāti Porou te iwi Ngāti Porou is the tribe Tīhe mauri ora! Alas the breath of life! THE majestic mountain of Hikurangi, the iconic symbol of the Ngāti Porou tribe, stands metres aloft in .

    There are two ways to venture up Mount Hikurangi – on a 4x4 tour or on foot. The start of Te Ara ki Hikurangi track is located on Pakihiroa Station, which is at the end of the Tapuaeroa Valley Road, 20 kilometres inland from Ruatoria. There is a carpark just below the station manager's house. Mount Hikurangi - Mt Hikurangi, on the east coast of the North Island, is recognised and accepted as the first point on the mainland to greet the morning sun. This highest peak ( metres) in the rugged Raukumara Range is revered by the Ngati Porou trib.


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Hikurangi – first NZ company to receive medical cannabis license. In Hikurangi School opened in View Road with eleven pupils. In the ʼs, with the roll hovering arounda new school was built on the present site in Valley Rd.

Today, years on, Hikurangi School caters for around students from years 0 to 8. Te Ara ki Hikurangi is the public walking track, however permission should be sought from Te Rūnanganui o Ngāti Porou as they administer the farm (Pākīhīroa Station) at the base of the Hikurangi through which access to the mountain is obtained.

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Get this from a library. Hikurangi ki Homburg: Henare Kohere and Terei Ngatai with the Maori Coronation Contingent [Helen M Hogan; Henare Mokena Kohere; Terei Ngatai] -- "Presents the accounts of two young men, cousins Henare Kohere and Terei Ngatai, who travelled from New Zealand to England and Europe in They wrote in Maori and their stories were published.

Public access to Mount Hikurangi is closed from 12 noon on 31 December to 12 noon on 1 January each year for the Hikurangi Maunga Dawn Event. The track from carpark to the hut will be closed every October for lambing.

Walk across Pakihiroa station to Hikurangi summit. The editor of Te Puke ki Hikurangi (The Hill at Hikurangi, ) was Purakau Maika under the guidance of Hamuera Tamahau Mahupuku by the authority of the Paremata Maori o te Kotahitanga (Maori Parliament) and the Treaty of Waitangi.

I tupu ake au ki roto i te ao o nga KKM tae atu ki te Whare Wananga Takiura o nga Kura Kaupapa Maori. I reira i tino purangiaho taku hiakai ki te noho hei kura mahita mo o tatou tamariki mokopuna. He kura mahita tenei ki Hikurangi Primary School, e whakaako ana i.

Ko Hikurangi tētahi tāone i te rohe o Te Tai-tokerau, Aotearoa.E noho ana te tāonenui o Whangārei e 17 kiromita ki te tonga, me te tāone o Kawakawa e 39 kiromita ki te uru-mā-raki.E noho ana te waoku o Glenbervie ki te tonga-mā-rāwhiti.

I mua i tū te Huarahi Matua 1 ki waenganui i te tāone, ā, ināianei e tū ana ki te hauāuru o te tāone. mita te teitei o Hikurangi maunga e - Katoa: 1, NB Hikurangi may be closed for up to 50 days per year for lambing, cultural, spiritual, traditional or religious events.

As Te Ara ki Hikurangi track crosses private land, visitors are requested to make contact with Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou before embarking on the track. They also offer a summit guide and an overnight guide. Mount Hikurangi (or Te Ara ki Hikurangi in Māori) is a 1, m (5, ft) peak in the eastern corner of New Zealand's North Island, about 80 kilometres (50 mi) north of Gisborne, and 50 kilometres (31 mi) southwest of the East Cape Lighthouse.

On a spur of the Raukumara Range in the Waiapu Valley, it is the North Island's highest non-volcanic peak. Listing: List of mountains of New Zealand by height.

Book. This book is a part of a series of books encouraging residents and visitors alike to discover the magnificence and uniqueness of Auckland on foot. Come and explore the many green pocket reserves of Hikurangi (West Auckland) has on offer.National Library Online Satisfaction Survey. Help the National Library understand how you use our websites.This interpretation of Crown-Maori relations in the first half of the twentieth century was first generally expressed in a report for the Treaty of Waitangi resolution processes.

1 The report, commissioned by a Treaty claims funding agency, the Crown Forestry Rental Trust, provided an overview of Maori quests for rangatiratanga/autonomy in the twentieth century and the Crown's responses to them.