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Waikato (New Zealand people) -- History -- Sources

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

He ohaki no te Kingitanga o Potatau Te Wherowhero o Tawhiao.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-C-13
Scope and Contents

Some pronouncements in the time of Kings Potatau and Tawhiao concerning the Maori King Movement, 1860-1870, Waahi Pa, Huntly, 1860-1878. Pronouncements by King Potatau, Te Ua Haumene, Wiremu Tamihana Te Waharoa, King Tawhiao, Te Whiti, Tohu, Manuhiri and Te Pou ki Hikurangi. Filed with this item is a draft transcription and translation by June Westwood.

Dates: 1860 - 1878

Te Puea Herangi diary.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-130
Scope and Contents

The diary, 31 December 1929 to 8 January 1931, relates to the working of "land owned by Henare Kaihau's children at the request of A. Ngata" by a party under the direction of Princess Te Puea. The scheme fell through and after a year they moved off the land, which was near Waiuku. English translation of Maori original.

Dates: 1929 - 1931

Te Rangituatahi Te Kanawa manuscript collection.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-C-15
Scope and Contents There are 8 volumes of manuscripts in the collection: vol.1: A Maori genealogy of Maori tribes; vol.2: Maori genealogy of Ngati-Maniapoto and Waikato tribes, written by Te Atanatiu, in 2 parts. This book belonged to a Pakeha known to the Maoris as Te Atanatiu (Mr Athanasius). vol.3: a historical record of the King Country, Waikato district, late 19th century, written by Tuheka Hetet; vol.4a and vol.4b: Maori genealogy and family book of the Hetet family, Waikato district; vol.5: Maori...
Dates: 1880?-1930?