All Results in Battles of Gate Pa & Te Ranga (1864) topics

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S48: Gate Pa Then And Now (mural) by Tauranga Intermediate School was an entrant in the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014).
2014
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S49: Te Pakanga o Pukehinahina (mural) by Brookfield Primary School was winner of the mural division in the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014). The image has also
2014
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S5: War 1864 by Cullen McGarva from Tauranga Intermediate School was an entrant in the schools division of the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014).
2014
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S6: 1864 Battle of Gate Pa by Corban Tanoa from Tauranga Intermediate School was an entrant in the schools division of the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014).
2014
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S7: Battle of Gate Pa by Chris Bae from Tauranga Intermediate School was an entrant in the schools division of the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014).
2014
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S8: Missionary House by Kiri-Lee Ririnui from Tauranga Intermediate School was an entrant in the schools division of the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014).
2014
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S9: Spot the Error 1864 by Sian McIlroy from Tauranga Intermediate School was an entrant in the schools division of the Battles of Gate Pā/Te Ranga Art Competition (2014).
2014
Genealogy Record
When investigating the Battle of Gate Pa, curiosity about who actually built the original gate led to Samuel Ludbrook Clarke who ploughed the area now known as Cameron Road. In
2014
Genealogy Record
Captain of the Foretop (Warrant Officer) Samuel Mitchell participated in the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) on 29 April 1864. He carried mortally wounded Commander Edward Hay from the battlefield
2012
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This excerpt 'Samuel Mitchell and the Victoria Cross; or, the Gate Pa at Tauranga' is taken from the book 'Brave British soldiers and the Victoria Cross: a general account of
2013
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One of the features of the Gate Pa commemoration will be the presentation of a play set in the Mission House just before and after the battle. This article appeared
2013
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During Terms 1 and 2 of 2014 Tauranga school groups will have the opportunity to take part in Battles of Gate Pā (29 April 1864) and Te Ranga (21 June
2013
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The 150th commemorations of the Battle of Gate Pā and Te Ranga in 2014 have received much support from the Tauranga community. This list of sponsors of the planned events
2013
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The defeat at Te Ranga broke the resistance of the Ngāi Te Rangi and in July 1864 they came to Te Papa surrendering weapons and pledging peace to Governor Grey.
2014
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This story was compiled with the help of kaumatua Peri Reweti Kohu who oversaw the carving of the Gate Pā Pou and Tōtara Tree Pou during the three weeks leading
2014
Genealogy Record
Ngāi Te Rangi chief Taiaho Hōri Ngātai was a key figure in the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina), 29 April 1864. Ngatai Road in Otumoetai was named for him and
2012
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This bilingual children's picture book tells a story from the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864) which was a pivotal point in the history of Tauranga Moana.
2013
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This is a copy of the challenge sent to Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Harpur Greer on 28 March 1864 by Hēnare Wiremu Taratoa. It was used as Appendix 3 to the paper
2012
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Tauranga 1st Waikato Militia New Zealand Wars memorial erected in 1909 commemorates the 25 colonial and imperial soldiers and sailors from the 68th Regiment, 1st Waikato Militia and Naval Brigade
2012
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The Tauranga 43rd Regiment New Zealand Wars memorial erected in 1865 commemorates the 26 men of the 43rd Regiment who were killed in action or died of wounds received during
2012