4 edition of Landmarks of Te Arawa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|LC Classifications||DU423.A1 S72 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0790003201, 079000514X|
|LC Control Number||94197903|
#17 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Rotorua "Arawa War Memorial Statue is also referred to as Te Arawa Soldiers Memorial and is located in the Government Gardens." Learn More. Don Stafford Bibliography Page 4 of 15 BOOKS BY DON STAFFORD Te Arawa: a history of the Arawa people. Wellington [NZ]: Reed, Traces the history of Te Arawa from their 14th century migration to Aotearoa / New Zealand until the late Size: KB.
Historian Don Stafford CBE MBE spent most of his long career championing the history and heritage of his beloved city, Rotorua. He authored numerous books, including the award winning Te Arawa: A History of the Arawa People, and, as the city’s official historian, two major books on the history of Rotorua area.. As a boy in his father’s menswear shop in Tutanekai Street Don was brought into. Rotorua Tourism; Rotorua Hotels; Rotorua Bed and Breakfast; Rotorua Vacation Rentals; Rotorua Vacation Packages; Flights to Rotorua/5(12).
Landmarks of Tainui Full Description: "These handsome books relate the historical and geographical record of the Tanui tribal confederation. Tradition tells that Tanui migrated from Hawaiiki and their landfall was at Kawhia in Aotearoa in the fouteenth century. With an introduction by (Makereti) Ngahuia Te Awekotuku. Includes whakapapa of Arawa waka, and much useful comment on social organisation. Stafford, D. M. Te Arawa A history of the Arawa People. A history of the iwi and its people and places. Stafford, D. M. Landmarks of Te Arawa.
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Hardcover. Condition: New. 4th. Hardcover. Published inTe Arawa was the major work by distinguished Rotorua historian, the late Don Stafford.
This sumptuous new edition reproduces the complete history of the Arawa people ng may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. pages. Landmarks of Te Arawa Vol:1 Rotorua & Vol.
2: Rotoiti, Rotoehu, Rotoma by STAFFORD, D. M Edition: First Edition Book condition: Very Good Jacket condition: Very Good Book Description Auckland: Reed, Vol.
2 published in Many b&w and colour illstns. Minor markings and wear. The dust jackets. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Language Note: Contains vocabulary in Maori.
Notes: Arranged alphabetically. Landmarks of Te Arawa: Rotoehu, TE Rotoiti and Rotoma Vol 2 by Don Stafford,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Don Stafford.
Landmarks of Te Arawa Volume 2: Rotoiti, Rotoehu, Rotoma OUT OF PRINT by Don Stafford $ buy online or call us from McLeods Booksellers, Pukuatua Street, P.O. Landmarks of Te Arawa (Volume 1: Rotorua) by D. Stafford $ buy online or call us from McLeods Booksellers, Pukuatua Street, P.O. BoxRotorua, New Zealand.
Fishpond New Zealand, Landmarks of Te Arawa: Vol 2: Rotoehu, TE Rotoiti and Rotoma by Don StaffordBuy. Books online: Landmarks of Te Arawa: Vol 2: Rotoehu, TE Brand: Reed Publishing (NZ) Ltd. When the Te Arawa arrived at Te Ika a Māui (the North Island) the crew explored the coast from Whangaparāoa (Cape Runaway) to the inner harbours of Waitematā (Hauraki Gulf).
At different places the tohunga Ngātoroirangi alighted to perform rituals and conceal spiritual guardians brought from the home marae, Taputapuātea. Pakiwaitara: Te Arawa Stories of Rotorua Paperback – Together, they represent an important record of Rotorua's oral tradition.
Many of the buildings and other landmarks featured in the stories can still be seen in Rotorua today, a reminder that history is with us in our daily : D.
M Stafford. Makereti. The Old-Time Māori, by Makereti, Sometimes Chieftainess of the Arawa Tribe, Known in New Zealand as Maggie Papakura. London, UK: Victor Gollancz, About the book.
Margaret Pattison Thom, who was later widely known as Makereti (or Maggie) Papakura, was born in Matata, in the Bay of Plenty, on 20 October Tarawera landmarks (1st of 3) Next.
When Mt Tarawera erupted in the early hours of 10 Junetourists were asleep in Te Wairoa hotels and Māori were settled in their houses. When pelting mud landed on roofs, many buildings collapsed, crushing those inside.
In all, over died in the Tarawera eruption, which remains the largest volcanic eruption since European settlement. carved houses in Te Arawa. This book is a very good source for people researching material about carved meeting houses.
Stafford, D. () v.1/ v.2 Landmarks of Te Arawa: Rotorua Reed, Auckland NZ. Don Stafford () an author, historian, curator, broadcaster, speaker, artist and trusted friend of the File Size: KB. Landmarks of Te Arawa Volume 1: Rotorua, Reed books. Stafford, D. Te Whakarewarewa, A Brief Guide To The Place And Its People, D M Stafford/NZ Maori Arts & Crafts Institute.
Stokes, E. The Legacy of Ngatoroirangi, Maori Customary Use of Geothermal Resources (University of Waikato). New Zealand Government Railways Department. In Māori mythology, Arawa was one of the great ocean-going, voyaging canoes that was used in the migrations that settled Aotearoa.
The Te Arawa confederation of Māori iwi and hapu (tribes and sub-tribes) based in the Rotorua and Bay of Plenty areas of New Zealand trace their ancestry from this waka. 1 Construction of the canoeCommander: Tama-te-kapua.
Uia mai koia whakahuatiake ko wai te tupuna e. Posted on Aug by Maria Tibble. Booklet with notes on signifcant landmarks, place names, geographical features, street names, and local maps.
One of the greatest orators in Te Arawa, the book chronicles his adult years, significant influences on his life and his gift to his. Who are Te Arawa. Te Arawa refer to their tribal area in the saying “Mai I Maketū ki Tongariro, Ko Te Arawa te waka” which places the prow of the Te Arawa canoe at Maketū on the Bay of Plenty coast, and the stern at Mount Tongariro.
Some 20 generations ago a great leader named Houmaitawhiti lived in the Polynesian homelands called Hawaiki. Te Arawa FM is the radio station of Te Arawa iwi, including Ngāti Pikiao, Tūhourangi and Ngāti Whakaue. It was established in the early s and became a charitable entity in November The station underwent a major transformation inbecoming Whanau FM.
One of the station's frequencies was taken over by Mai FM in ; the. Top Rotorua Points of Interest & Landmarks: See reviews and photos of points of interest & landmarks in Rotorua, New Zealand on Tripadvisor.
The RotoruaLibrary is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi/ Treaty of Waitangi this is reflected in the Local Government Act (link to local Government Act ). The Treaty of Waitangi ensures that Library Services meet the needs of the Community as those needs change, the.
Fluent in te Reo Maori, Don travelled on foot to every corner of Te Arawa's rohe, and played a significant role in preservation of historical sites and objects. He was Rotorua's official historian, and received honours including an MBE, CBE and honorary doctorate.
Reviews "An authoritative book" - 5/5(1). Te Arawa is regarded as the major work by one of the leading historians of pre-European New Zealand, the late Don Stafford. The book tells the complete history of the Te Arawa waka and its descendants until the late nineteenth century.
This relates the iwi's origins in the South.Get this from a library! Plume of the Arawas. [Frank O V Acheson] -- New Zealand novel based on the separation of Ngāti Tūwharetoa from Te Arawa.#17 of 23 Sights & Landmarks in Rotorua “ Arawa War Memorial Statue is also referred to as Te Arawa Soldiers Memorial and is located in the Government Gardens.