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Manuscripts, Maori

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Letters, 1850-1860,[microform].

Identifier: Microfilm-6-7

Miscellaneous letters in Maori.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-C-9
Scope and Contents The collection consists of original handwritten Maori manuscripts pertaining to the Maori King Movement during the reign of Te Rata Mahuta. Each manuscript is accompanied by a photocopy and each original and photocopy is stapled between sheets of card and shows previous cataloguing markings.The manuscripts comprise letters and speeches. The letters are from Pepene Eketone, a Ngati Maniapoto politician and Native Land Court assessor, and his son, Anaru, to Tupu Taingakawa Te...
Dates: 1907 - 1922

Te Aniwa Hona papers

Identifier: MSS-Archives-2022/05
Scope and Contents

Research papers re Māori land, culture, and taonga. Includes submissions, newspaper clippings and research material compiled by Jane McRae re Maori manuscripts held in the United Kingdom.

Dates: 1960s - 1990s

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?

Te Ua Haumene manuscript.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-C-33
Scope and Contents

The gospel (Na Rongo Pai) according to Te Ua Haumene, with corrections to the Maori manuscript by Sir George Grey. Ua Rongo Pai sets out the organisation and ethical teaching of the Hauhau Church.

Dates: 1863?

W. Nehua diary.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-Vault 150
Scope and Contents

This is a Maori diary of the tour of the Native Team in Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand in 1888-1889. The diary is linguistically notable for its author's attempt to use the Maori language in describing foreign experiences Photocopy of microfilm of diary reproduced from Microfilm 73-058, with English translation by John Laurie

Dates: 1888 - 1889