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

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The Battle of Gate Pa by Reif from Gate Pa School was part of an entry by Room 15 into the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā Poetry
2014
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The Battle of Gate Pa by Tamara from Kopukairoa, Arataki Primary School was part of an entry by Room 10 into the 150th Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Poster Competition
2014
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The Battle of Gate Pa by Zodicee from Gate Pa School was part of an entry by Room 15 into the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā Poetry
2014
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The Battle of Gate Pa Poem by Briana from Kopukairoa, Arataki Primary School was part of an entry by Room 10 into the 150th Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Poster
2014
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Tauranga Girls' College student, 12-year-old Kalais Going, won the junior section of the Battle of Gate Pā Essay Competition (2014). It was published in New Zealand Memories magazine in 2015.
2014
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While the Battle of Gate Pa lasted only a few hours on April 29th, 1864, a lot of preparation occurred by both sides long before the actual event.
2014
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One of the most often recounted stories of the Land Wars of the 1860s is that of the battle of Gate Pa. It has captured the public imagination for two
2012
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This portion of the 'Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand 1868-1961' mentions the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864).
2014
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Many people have seen the Gate Pā flag as since 1996, along with the Union Jack, it has graced the memorial to the European and Māori who died in the
2013
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The Gate Pa Battle by Yvonne from Kopukairoa, Arataki Primary School was part of an entry by Room 10 into the 150th Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Poster Competition (2014).
2014
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Justice of the High Court, Joseph Victor Williams (Ngati Pukenga and Te Arawa (Waitaha, Tapuika)), gave the following address at the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā at
2014
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Heni heard the soldier’s cry, so bearing a half-full nail can she’d found unexpectedly she ventured out cautiously round smashed-in trenches broken palisades and flesh to aid this enemy who
2014
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One of the most remarkable aspects of the battles of Gate Pa and Te Ranga were the rules of engagement drafted by Māori chiefs before the battles began. These rules
2014
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This article was researched, written and compiled by Dr John Osborne MG DTT PhD FSG in preparation for the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pa on 29 April
2014
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"Unsettled business" dating from 1864 was mentioned by Mr T. R. Te Kani, chairman of the Maori Executive in Tauranga, during the unveiling of a memorial to the dead at
2013
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Through the eyes of a British Soldier by Ben from Otumoetai Intermediate School was part of an entry by Room 17 into the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate
2014
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Through the eyes of a British Soldier by Christian from Otumoetai Intermediate School was part of an entry by Room 17 into the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate
2014
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Through the eyes of a British Soldier by Eden from Otumoetai Intermediate School was part of an entry by Room 17 into the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate
2014
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Through the eyes of a British Soldier by Whakarato from Otumoetai Intermediate School was part of an entry by Room 17 into the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate
2014
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Through the eyes of a Māori warrior by Christian from Otumoetai Intermediate School was part of an entry by Room 17 into the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate
2014