|Other titles||Hauraki landmarks|
|Statement||Taimoana Tūroa ; edited and additional material by Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal.|
|Contributions||Royal, Te Ahukaramū Charles, 1965-|
|LC Classifications||DU423.A1 T87 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||270 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||2001320372|
Te Takoto o Te Whenua o Hauraki by T. Turoa, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). Get this from a library! Te takoto o te whenua o Hauraki = Hauraki landmarks. [Taimoana Turoa; Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal] -- Chronicles the history of both the Māori peoples and the landscapes of the Hauraki region. The Hauraki rohe or tribal district encompasses the entire Coromandel Peninsula, the Hauraki Plains, the. Hauraki, the land -- 5. Parehauraki, the people -- 6. Te Takoto o te whenua o Hauraki: Hauraki landmarks.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Chronicles the history of both the M\uori peoples and the landscapes of the Hauraki region. The Hauraki rohe or tribal district encompasses the entire Coromandel. Te Takoto o te whenua o Hauraki, Hauraki Landmarks. By Taimoana Tūroa Edited and additional material by Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal Reed Te Takoto o te Whenua o Hauraki/Hauraki Landmarks represents many years of scholarly and field research by the late Taimoana Tūroa of Whanganui and Ngāti Tamaterā of ing in the tradition of the great tribal histories, this .
Te Takoto o Te Whenua o Hauraki: Hauraki Landmarks (Hardback, New title) By Turoa, T. ; Edited by Royal, Te Ahukaramu Charles This long-awaited publication is a history of both the Maori people and the most important places in the Hauraki region including the Coromandel Peninsula, Hauraki Gulf and Hauraki . "Te Takoto O Te Whenua O Hauraki Hauraki Landmarks" by Taimoana Turoa, Edited by Te Ahukaramu Charles Royal. Reed Publishers Reed Publishers " The Coming Year, A look back at Thames " by Meghan Hawkes. (Available Carsons Thames). Te Takoto O Te Whenua O Hauraki - Hauraki Landmarks by Taimoana Turoa, Edited by Te Ahukaramu Charles Royal. This book includes alot of information on places as well as people. Waihou Journeys, The archaeology of years of Maori Settlement by caroline Phillips. An excellent read to give background on the area and major settlements. This report is an overview of the NgāiTakoto Land Claims which began in The summary of NgāiTakoto sites of significance is to provide a snapshot of the lands and specific places that we of NgāiTakoto can identify with and relate to, and to provide to our NgāiTakoto people a visual library of information that brings to life our NgāiTakoto expressions of Mana Atua, Mana Tūpuna, Mana.
Te Takoto o te Whenua o Hauraki: Hauraki Landmarks is destined to become the standard work on the Maori history of Hauraki - bringing alive places and history across the fertile lands that stretch from the built-up coast of Auckland to the wild beauty of the Coromandel. Te Takoto o te Whenua o Hauraki: Hauraki Landmarks is destined to become the standard work on the Maori history of Hauraki â bringing alive places and history across the fertile lands that stretch from the built-up coast of Auckland to the wild beauty of the Coromandel. Whakataukī (proverbs) are very important within Māori culture. They are used to reference specific ideas in Whaikorero or speeches and are largely common in myths and stories. draw the pepeha (quotes/proverbs) from his book `Te Takoto o Te Whenua o Hauraki’ and assemble them in such a format that they are easily accessible to our tamariki-mokopuna. We have also been fortunate to be able to use the Hauraki Digital Library to access pepeha that were presented at the Waitangi Tribunal hearings.