Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
South Island Myths written by Matiaha Tiramorehu. In Maori.
Fragment of notebook [manuscript] : prophetic interpretations (kupu whakaari), psalms, and hymns in Maori. Associated material: notebook of Te Kooti at MSS & Archives C- 35.
Contains a Ngati Porou account of the campaign against the Hauhau on the East Coast, and the campaign against Te Kooti around Gisborne and the Urewera district; also contains notes about Maori customs surrounding the transfer of land, various waiata and information about the arrival of Christianity on the East Coast; also contains a biographical note and whakapapa about Te Kani-a-Takirau.
Correspondence between Prebendary Cash of Church Missionary Society and Lord Bledisloe re exoneration of Henry Williams' role in land purchases in New Zealand. Includes resolution of the CMS absolving Henry Williams of any wrongdoing. Associated materials: Church Missionary Society. Records 1799- 1884.University of Auckland Library. Microfilm 79- 286/356.
Whakapapa Ngati Porou. Three loose sheets of typescript notes on the making of genealogies, and two loose sheets of rough manuscript genealogies. The file contains an alphabetical name index followed by genealogical tables separately paged.