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

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In preparation for the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Gate Pā (29 April 2014), a haka practice of approximately 170 people took place on Sunday 27 April 2014. Photographs
2014
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The life and times of a young New Zealander who in the 1840s adopted a European lifestyle. He was New Zealand's first overseas missionary, a teacher and a patriot who
2014
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First written and published in the Bay of Plenty Times in the early 1980s, Jan FitzGerald's poem is reproduced here with her permission.
2013
Genealogy Record
Heni Te Kiri Karamu (1840-1933) (also known as Heni Pore, Jane Russell and Jane Foley) claimed to be at the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) which took place on 29
2012
Genealogy Record
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Harpur Greer and family arrived in Tauranga on 10 March 1864 and made their home at 'High Trees', one of Tauranga's earliest houses. He was in command of
2012
Genealogy Record
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Jackson Parkin Booth (1830-1864) was a key figure in the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) on 29 April 1864. Leading the attack, he received gunshot wounds to the
2012
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Hindsight by Peter Hodge was an entry in the Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Competition (2014).
2014
Genealogy Record
Hone (John) McLeod Taipari was present at the Battles of Gate Pa and Te Ranga in 1864. He was the nephew of Maungatapu Pa chief and Treaty of Waitangi signatory
2014
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The chivalrous conduct of the Maoris in the Battle of Gate Pa will live on for ever and ever for, at this conflict, rules of conduct were laid down by
2013
Genealogy Record
Horatio Gordon Robley recorded many Tauranga scenes and people around the time of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864. Much of his spare time was
2012
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A Storify of the various ways, expressions and media of the 2014 commemorations.
2014
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This paper on Identity and the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864) was written by Debbie McCauley on 5 August 2011 as part of a BA in
2012
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The rules laid down by the Maoris for the fighting in the Tauranga area were among the most enlightening made for battle since the great days of chivalry. This article
2013
Genealogy Record
Ihakara Koikoi was the first person killed during the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864.
2014
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From 14 April to 9 May 2014 an Images of Gate Pā Exhibition was held at St George’s Church in Gate Pā, Tauranga. The exhibition was opened by kaumatua Peri
2014
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The memorial to the fallen of the battle of Gate Pa should not be just for those men, but for those Maoris and Pakehas who had died in wars since,
2013
Genealogy Record
Captain John Fane Charles Hamilton (1820-1864) was killed during the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) on 29 April 1864. His cousin Robert Thomas Francis Hamilton (1835-1864) was also killed during
2012
Genealogy Record
Private John Tims was aged 27 when he was killed during the Battle of Te Ranga.
2014
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This list of key figures in the Battle of Gate Pā was created as Appendix 2 to the paper "Identity and the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina), 29 April 1864"
2012
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Escorted by four motor launches of the Fishery Protection Squadron, the Loch class anti-submarine frigate HMNZS Pukaki arrived in the Tauranga Harbour today from Auckland and berthed at the Tauranga
2013