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

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In 1829 Tauranga missionaries brought furniture from England which included an oval table around which British officers dined on the eve of the battle of Gate Pa. The missionaries named
2014
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Tauranga and our surrounding area has a rich and colourful history yet how often do we stop and think about the interesting, sometimes tragic events that shaped our history? As
2013
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In April 2014 Mount Maunganui Primary School classes attended Battle of Gate Pa themed visits at Tauranga City Library. The children wrote thank you letters to the staff and drew
2014
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A practical simple guide to help children experience the reality of the Battle of Gate Pa.
2014
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A simple guide to help children gain a practical understanding of the Battle of Gate Pa.
2014
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Create a Model of the Battle Site at Gate Pa. A simple guide to help children gain a practical understanding of the Battle of Gate Pa.
2014
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A memorial erected by the Tauranga Historical Society at the Gate Pa battle site, next to the Church of St George, was unveiled this afternoon by the Chief Justice, the
2013
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For a little over two months after the Battle of Gate Pa, wounded were bought down to what had been an institute for local Maori set up by missionaries Reverends
2014, 1859, 1869
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This article appeared in the 'Bay of Plenty Times' on 19 December 1913 (p. 6), just a few months before the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Gate Pa in
2013
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This brief history of the Native Tribes of Tauranga up to the year 1864, and the story of the battles of Gate Pa and Te Ranga, were compiled by the
2013
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Musical renditions of Mozart, Beethoven, Strauss and ‘Pokarekare Ana' flowed from a barefoot New Zealand String Quartet in Tauranga on 23 and 24 April 2014 at Huria Marae in Judea
2014
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This list of monuments related to the Battle's of Gate Pā and Te Ranga was used as Appendix 9 to the paper "Identity and the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina),
2012
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"I know of no battle in history where there was more bravery or chivalry shown than in the battle of Gate Pa," said the Chief Justice and acting-Governor of New
2013
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Now and Then by 16-year-old Tauranga Girls' College student Emily McCarthy was the winner of the Battle of Gate Pā Poetry Competition (2014). The poem was read aloud at the
2014
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The Gate Pa Domain Board, which controls the battle site domain and adjoining areas, some years ago appreciated the necessity to mark the historic site with a suitable memorial. This
2013
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The Battle of Gate Pa has been considered the event that really began what is modern day Tauranga. As such it is a critical piece of our local history. The
2014
Genealogy Record
Pene Taka Tuaia [Penetaka] was taken prisoner during an attack on Mauao in 1820. He was taken up north, but returned to Tauranga during an exchange of prisoners in c1828.
2012
Genealogy Record
Lieutenant Colonel Philip Harington arrived in Tauranga in 1864 as officer in charge of the 1st Waikato Militia. He later transferred to the Armed Constabulary with the rank of Inspector.
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This plan of the attack of Gate Pa is taken from James Cowan's book "The New Zealand Wars: a history of the Māori campaigns and the pioneering period: volume I:
2012
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Tuesday 29 April 2014 is the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gate Pā. One way to commemorate this special day would be to plant native trees in memory of
2014