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

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Relics of the Battle of Gate Pa, historical books and paintings are now included in a special display at Tauranga Public Library. This article appeared in the Bay of Plenty
2013
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The battle of Gate Pa will be remembered in New Zealand history for two things - the chivalry of the Maoris and their bravery and strategy. There are conflicting reports
2013
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29 April 2014 and 21 June 2014 mark the 150th anniversaries of the Battles of Gate Pā and Te Ranga. To commemorate these historic events an art competition has been
2013
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This page lists the British Military (including Regiments) that were present at the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) on 29 April 1864 and the Battle of Te Ranga on 21
2013
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In 2014 Tauranga commemorated the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gate Pā which took place on 29 April 1864. Also commemorated was the Battle of Te Ranga which took
2013
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Proudly on display in Nga Wahi Rangahau: Research Collections at the Tauranga City Library are three cannonballs whose mysterious origins were thought, but not confirmed, to be from the Battle
2012
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On Sunday, 29 April 2007, a carved tomokanga (a welcome to all people onto a sacred place) was added to the Gate Pā site marking the 143rd anniversary of the
2013
Genealogy Record
Lieutenant Charles Hill was a survivor of the wreck of the H.M.S. Orpheus and one of those killed during the Battle of Gate Pa on 29 April 1864.
2013
Genealogy Record
Lieutenant Charles John Langlands was aged 21 when he was killed during the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864.
2013
Genealogy Record
The origins of the name 'Pyes Pa' in Tauranga can be traced back to Victoria Cross recipient Charles Pye.
2015
Genealogy Record
Captain Charles Reginald Mure was one of those killed during the Battle of Gate Pa on 29 April 1864.
2013
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"It is surprising how often we encounter coincidences in our lives, some quite remarkable," said Mr G. A. Walsh, MP, today. This article appeared in the Bay of Plenty Times
2013
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In January 2015 Mike Dottridge, a descendant of Henry Harpur Greer (1821-1886), donated Greer's original notes to his wife Agnes to Tauranga City Libraries. The notes were written in 1864
2015
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Colonel Greer's Report to the Deputy Adjutant General from Camp Puke Wharangi, dated 1st May, 1864.
2015
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Greer's report on the Battle of Te Ranga: Colonel Greer to the Deputy Quarter-Master-General, Camp Te Papa; Tauranga, 21st June, 1864.
2015
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Greer made a report to the Military Secretary: Camp, Te Papa, Tauranga, 27th June, 1864.
2015
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This article about the commemorations for the Battle of Gate Pa appeared in CreativeBeat Magazine in February 2014 (p. 9).
2014
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This paper on how conflict provides resources for the construction and performance of identities was written by Debbie McCauley on 31 October 2011 as part of a BA in Humanities
2012
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Cultural Encounters by Karen Lawson was awarded runner up in the New Zealand Mural Competition held in Katikati (2013). The mural is based on an historical perspective of the colonialisation
2013
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This article appeared in the Bay of Plenty Times on Monday, 27 April 1964, and is reproduced here with their permission.
2013