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Kawhia Heritage Cruises
The only "History n Hangi" cruise in Aotearoa is back!...Let Kawhia Heritage Cruises take you on a voyage of discovery on Kawhia Harbour, the spiritual home of Tainui Maori.
Date Added: 01/01/1970 12:00 Visits: 3435
King Country Tourism
Promoting Cultural & Eco tourism packages, including history tours, cultural shows, hangi, adventure & eco treks, etc, etc.
Date Added: 01/01/1970 12:00 Visits: 2535
Tarawera - the full story
This is the factual account of Mount Tarawera, the volcano that stole more than life.
Date Added: 01/01/1970 12:00 Visits: 2468
NZ History - Whakapapa Index
Covers Pre European and Post European history, including discovery, waka and culture
Date Added: 01/01/1970 12:00 Visits: 6266
The Maori - NZ in History
Maori ancestry is able to be traced back to a people who lived in the Bismarck Archipelago, to the east of New Guinea, approximately 3500 years ago. These inhabitants had a Lapita culture, of which earthenware pots, distinctive and highly coloured, were a
Date Added: 01/01/1970 12:00 Visits: 7217
Maori History of Whanganui a Tara
The earliest name for Wellington, from Maori legend, is Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui. In Maori it means "the head of Maui's fish." Caught and pulled to the surface by Polynesian navigator Maui, the fish became the North Island.
Date Added: 01/01/1970 12:00 Visits: 3919
Bibliography of New Zealand Maori Tribal and Regio
Extracted from a published bibliography by Ross Himona, "He Waka Eke Noa: Maori information resources", Quest Rapu Ara, Wellington, 1991. It is arranged by tribal area, from the North to the South.
Date Added: 01/01/1970 12:00 Visits: 4946
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