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Parihaka : the art of passive resistance / edited by Te Miringa Hohaia, Gregory O'Brien and Lara Strongman. - Wellington, N.Z. : Wellington, N.Z. : [Parihaka?, N.Z.] : City Gallery Wellington ; Victoria University Press ; Parihaka Pa Trustees, 2001. - 232 pages

Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2001: History and biography.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-239).

Te Pahuatanga o Parihaka / Hazel Riseborough -- Nga puutaketanga korero mo Parihaka / Te Miringa Hohaiua -- Parihaka : the living legacy / Tohepakanga Ngatai ... [et al.] -- The concept of wanaga at Parihaka / Ruakere Hond -- The provocation of Parihaka : reflections on spiritual resistance in Aotearoa / Paul Morris -- Ko Taranaki Maunga anake ki te mohio - Tarakani saw it all / James Mack -- An ornament for the Pakeha : Colin McCahon's Parihaka triptych / Jonathan Mane-Wheoki -- Muriwai to Parihaka / Wystan Curnow -- Gordon Walters : Te Whiti and Tohu : two koru paintings -- Ploughing : Ralph Hotere's 'Te Whiti' series / Gregory O'Brien -- Poetry for Parihaka, 2000 -- Biographies of artists & writers : Parihaka exhibition & publication.


In English, with some Māori.

Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2001: History & Biography. (NB Two History & Biography awards were made in 2001.)

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Victoria University Press City Gallery Wellington, PO Box 2199, Wellington, N.Z.


Te Whiti-o-Rongomai, -1907.
Tohu Kākahi, 1828-1907.
Parihaka (N. Z.)--History.


Montana New Zealand Book Awards winners.


Maori (New Zealand people)--Government relations--History--19th century.
Parihaka--History.
Maori (New Zealand people)--Government relations--History.
PARIHAKA (N.Z.)-HISTORY.
MAORI (NEW ZEALAND PEOPLE)-GOVERNMENT RELATIONS-HISTORY-19TH CENTURY.
Māori--Government relations--History.


Parihaka Pa (N.Z.)--History.

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