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Nga Morehu = The survivors / Judith Binney and Gillian Chaplin.

Contributor(s): Binney, Judith | Chaplin, Gillian, 1948- | Chaplin, Gillian, 1948- [author.] | Binney, Judith, 1940-2011 | Chaplin, Gillian, 1948-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Oxford University Press, 1986Description: 218 pages : illustrations, geneological tables, maps, portraits ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0195581350 (pbk.).Other title: Nga morehu = The survivors.Subject(s): Te Kooti, 1830?-1893 | Ringatu Church | Women -- New Zealand -- Biography | Women, Maori -- Biography | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Bay of Plenty (Region) -- History | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Gisborne Region -- History | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Hawke's Bay -- History | Mana wahine | Korero nehe | Korero taumata | Women, Maori -- Social conditions | Women -- New Zealand | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Biography | Tangata | Wāhine | RingatūDDC classification: 920.7209931
Contents:
Heni Brown -- Reremoana Koopu -- Maaka Jones -- Hei Ariki Algie -- Heni Sunderland -- Miria Rua -- Putiputi Onekawa -- Te Akakura Rua.
Introduction (Te Kooti Arikirangi ; Rua and the succession to Te Kooti ; Women in the Maori world ; The making of an oral history) -- Heni Brown -- Reremoana Koopu -- Maaka Jones -- Hei Ariki Algie -- Heni Sunderland -- Miria Rua --Putiputi Onekawa -- Te Akakura Rua.
"This book is the life history of eight Maori women ... connected with the faith known as Ringatu"--Introd. -Includes index. -Bibliography: p. 212-215.
Awards: Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Award.Summary: "This book is the life history of eight Maori women ... connected with the faith known as Ringatu" -- Introduction.
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This life history of eight Maori women is the first book in which different Maori women speak in their own words about the changing circumstances of their lives. All were brought up in small rural communities in the eastern part of the North Island of New Zealand--communities associated with the Ringatu faith, a Maori religious movement founded in the late 19th century. This book examines the roles traditionally played by women in Maori society and the experiences that the eight women have in common, while allowing each woman's unique expectations and personal voice to emerge.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 212-215) and index.

Includes bibliographical refrences (p. 212-215) and index.

Heni Brown -- Reremoana Koopu -- Maaka Jones -- Hei Ariki Algie -- Heni Sunderland -- Miria Rua -- Putiputi Onekawa -- Te Akakura Rua.

Introduction (Te Kooti Arikirangi ; Rua and the succession to Te Kooti ; Women in the Maori world ; The making of an oral history) -- Heni Brown -- Reremoana Koopu -- Maaka Jones -- Hei Ariki Algie -- Heni Sunderland -- Miria Rua --Putiputi Onekawa -- Te Akakura Rua.

"This book is the life history of eight Maori women ... connected with the faith known as Ringatu"--Introd. -Includes index. -Bibliography: p. 212-215.

"This book is the life history of eight Maori women ... connected with the faith known as Ringatu" -- Introduction.

Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Award. 1987. 3rd.

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