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Maori peoples of New Zealand = Ngaiwi o Aotearoa.

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Wellington, N.Z. : David Bateman Ministry for Culture & Heritage 2006Description: 294 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), col. maps ; 27 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869536220 (pbk.) :.Other title: Iwi o Aotearoa [Other title].Uniform titles: Maori peoples of New Zealand = Nga iwi o Aotearoa Subject(s): Treaty of Waitangi (1840 February 6) | Maori (New Zealand people) -- History | Iwi | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Origin | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Genealogy | Kōrero nehe | Maori -- History | Iwi Maori -- History | Maori (New Zealand people) | Moriori (New Zealand people) | Tāngata whenua | Kōrero nehe | New Zealand -- Colonization | New Zealand -- HistoryDDC classification: z993.00499442 MAO Online resources: view online
Contents:
Pacific migrations -- Canoe navigation -- Ideas of Maori origins -- When was New Zealand first settled? -- Hawaiki -- Maori creation traditions -- First peoples in the Maori tradition -- Canoe traditions -- Tribal organisation -- Hauraki tribes -- Maori overseas -- Marutuahu tribes -- Moriori -- Muaupoko -- Muriwhenua tribes -- Ngapuhi -- Nga ĐRauru Kitahi -- Ngai Tahu -- Ngai Tuhoe -- Ngati Apa -- Nga¿¿ti Awa -- Ngati Kahungunu --
Ngati Maniapoto -- Ngai Porou -- Ngati Raukawa -- Ngati Rongomaiwahine -- Ngati Ruanui -- Ngati Toarangatira -- Ngati Tuwharetoa -- Ngati Whatu -- Rangitane -- Tamaki tribes -- Taranaki -- Tauranga Moana tribes -- Te Arawa -- Te Ati Awa of Taranaki -- Te Ati Awa of Wellington -- Te Whakatohea -- Te Whanau-a-Apanui -- Turangaui-a-Kiwa tribes -- Urban Maori -- Waikato -- Wakatu tribes -- Whanganui tribes -- Whangarei tribes.
Pacific migrations -- Canoe navigation -- Ideas of Māori origins -- When was New Zealand first settled? -- Hawaiki -- Māori creation traditions -- First peoples in the Māori tradition -- Canoe traditions -- Tribal organisation -- Hauraki tribes -- Māori overseas -- Marutūahu tribes -- Moriori -- Muaūpoko -- Muriwhenua tribes -- Ngāpuhi -- Ngā Rauru Kītahi -- Ngāi Tahu -- Ngāi Tūhoe -- Ngāti Apa -- Ngāti Awa -- Ngāti Kahungunu -- Ngāti Maniapoto -- Ngāti Porou -- Ngāti Raukawa -- Ngāti Rongomaiwahine -- Ngāti Ruanui -- Ngāti Toarangatira -- Ngāti Tūwharetoa -- Ngāti Whātu -- Rangitāne -- Tāmaki tribes -- Taranaki -- Tauranga Moana tribes -- Te Arawa -- Te Āti Awa of Taranaki -- Te Āti Awa of Wellington -- Te Whakatōhea -- Te Whānau-ā-Apanui -- Tūrangaui-a-Kiwa tribes -- Urban Māori -- Waikato -- Wakatū tribes -- Whanganui tribes -- Whāngārei tribes.
Summary: Who are the Ma¿¿ori of New Zealand? How did they get here and how did they settle the country? What are the main tribal groups in New Zealand, and where are they based? The first publication to come out of the online Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand project tells the story of the ta¿¿ngata whenua of Aotearoa, from their journeys across the vast Pacific Ocean to the histories of all the iwi.
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Who are the Maori of New Zealand? How did they get here and how did they settle the country? What are the main tribal groups in New Zealand, and where are they based? The first publication to come out of the online Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand project tells the story of the tangata whenua of Aotearoa, from their journeys across the vast Pacific Ocean to the histories of all the major iwi, including the contemporary issues they face today. No other book brings together in one place all these tribal histories. Based on the latest research and generously illustrated in full colour with superb mapping and photographs, this rich resource is an essential part of 'our' nation's story and fills an important gap in the history of New Zealand.

At foot of title: Te ara - the encyclopedia of New Zealand.

"What's the story?"--Cover.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-277) and index.

1. Pacific migrations -- 2. Canoe navigation -- 3. Ideas of Maori origins -- 4. When was New Zealand first settled? -- 5. Hawaiki -- 6. Maori creation traditions -- 7. First peoples in the Maori tradition -- 8. Canoe traditions -- 9. Tribal organisation -- 10. Hauraki tribes -- 11. Maori overseas -- 12. Marutuahu tribes -- 13. Moriori -- 14. Muaupoko -- 15. Muriwhenua tribes -- 16. Ngapuhi -- 17. Nga ĐRauru Kitahi -- 18. Ngai Tahu -- 19. Ngai Tuhoe -- 20. Ngati Apa -- 21. Nga¿¿ti Awa -- 22. Ngati Kahungunu --

23. Ngati Maniapoto -- 24. Ngai Porou -- 25. Ngati Raukawa -- 26. Ngati Rongomaiwahine -- 27. Ngati Ruanui -- 28. Ngati Toarangatira -- 29. Ngati Tuwharetoa -- 30. Ngati Whatu -- 31. Rangitane -- 32. Tamaki tribes -- 33. Taranaki -- 34. Tauranga Moana tribes -- 35. Te Arawa -- 36. Te Ati Awa of Taranaki -- 37. Te Ati Awa of Wellington -- 38. Te Whakatohea -- 39. Te Whanau-a-Apanui -- 40. Turangaui-a-Kiwa tribes -- 41. Urban Maori -- 42. Waikato -- 43. Wakatu tribes -- 44. Whanganui tribes -- 45. Whangarei tribes.

Pacific migrations -- Canoe navigation -- Ideas of Māori origins -- When was New Zealand first settled? -- Hawaiki -- Māori creation traditions -- First peoples in the Māori tradition -- Canoe traditions -- Tribal organisation -- Hauraki tribes -- Māori overseas -- Marutūahu tribes -- Moriori -- Muaūpoko -- Muriwhenua tribes -- Ngāpuhi -- Ngā Rauru Kītahi -- Ngāi Tahu -- Ngāi Tūhoe -- Ngāti Apa -- Ngāti Awa -- Ngāti Kahungunu -- Ngāti Maniapoto -- Ngāti Porou -- Ngāti Raukawa -- Ngāti Rongomaiwahine -- Ngāti Ruanui -- Ngāti Toarangatira -- Ngāti Tūwharetoa -- Ngāti Whātu -- Rangitāne -- Tāmaki tribes -- Taranaki -- Tauranga Moana tribes -- Te Arawa -- Te Āti Awa of Taranaki -- Te Āti Awa of Wellington -- Te Whakatōhea -- Te Whānau-ā-Apanui -- Tūrangaui-a-Kiwa tribes -- Urban Māori -- Waikato -- Wakatū tribes -- Whanganui tribes -- Whāngārei tribes.

Who are the Ma¿¿ori of New Zealand? How did they get here and how did they settle the country? What are the main tribal groups in New Zealand, and where are they based? The first publication to come out of the online Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand project tells the story of the ta¿¿ngata whenua of Aotearoa, from their journeys across the vast Pacific Ocean to the histories of all the iwi.

In English, with some Ma¿¿ori.

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