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

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Waiata by Peter Hodge was one of six finalists in the Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Competition (2014). The poem was read aloud at the Prize Giving and Awards Evening
2014
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In April of 1864 Tauranga Harbour was crowded with warships. They were the HMS Curacoa, Esk, Falcon, Harrier and Miranda. The Royal Navy was based in New South Wales in
2013
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Much of the early life of Tauranga was tied up with the Rev. A. N. Brown, Archdeacon of Tauranga at the time of the battle of Gate Pa. This article
2013
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What does the Battle of Gate Pa mean to me? by Alena from Gate Pa School was part of an entry by Room 15 into the 150th commemoration of the
2014
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Tauranga Girls' College student, Kayla Dawson, came second in the junior section of the Battle of Gate Pā Essay Competition (2014).
2014
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What the Battle of Gate Pa means to me by Manatoa from Gate Pa School was part of an entry by Room 15 into the 150th commemoration of the Battle
2014
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Tauranga Girls' College student Tayla Turner-Paki won the senior section of the Battle of Gate Pā Essay Competition (2014). It was published in New Zealand Legacy magazine in 2015.
2014
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Ensign William Clark was serving with the 43rd (Monmouthshire) Light Infantry ('Wolfe’s Own') during the Battle of Gate Pa at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864. During the action, he was
2014
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Tauranga's 'Fraser Street' is named after Colonel William Fraser who fought at the Battle of Te Ranga on 21 June 1864. Fraser was also an auctioneer, politician, owned a hall,
2015
Genealogy Record
On the eve of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864, British officers gathered for dinner at The Elms. Assistant Surgeon William George Nicholas Manley (1831-1901)
2012
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Woman/Wāhine (Tauranga, 29 April 1864) by Debbie McCauley was one of six finalists in the Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Competition (2014). The poem was read aloud at the Prize
2014