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Te Puea, a biography

King, Michael

Te Puea, a biography

by King, Michael

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Published by Hodder and Stoughton in Auckland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Te Puea Herangi, Princess of the Maori, 1883-1952.,
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Biography.,
  • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Kings and rulers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael King.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU422.82.H47 K56
    The Physical Object
    Pagination331 p., [8] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages331
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4295688M
    ISBN 100340224827
    LC Control Number78323733

      10 Te Puea: A Biography by Michael King (Hodder & Stoughton, ) 11 Can You Tolerate This? by Ashleigh Young (Victoria University Press, ) 12 Once Were Warriors by Alan Duff (Tandem, ). Find Te Puea by King, Michael at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers.

    Michael King wrote more than 30 books on a wide range of subjects. These are listed below. This year his daughter Rachael King, who is a prominent novelist, has written a book which includes some of his previously unpublished work. The Silence Beyond has recently been published by Penguin. Moko: Maori Tattooing in the 20th Century (); Make It News: how to approach . This biography of Te Kirihaehae Te Puea Hērangi from the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography is available in te reo Māori and in English. See also a shorter biography on NZHistory. Read about the Kīngitanga – the Māori King movement on Te Ara – the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.

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Michael King is an excellent researcher, historian and writer. A biography book books are wonderful and easy to read, and so informative and balanced. Te Puea was an interesting character, who I'd never heard of, but she sounds like she was quite a formidable force who did a lot to shape Waikato Maori and the Kingitanga in ways that can be felt even today/5.

This biography, written by Ann Parsonson, was first published in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography in Te Puea Herangi was born at Whatiwhatihoe, near Pirongia, on 9 November Her mother a biography book Tiahuia, daughter of Tawhiao Te Wherowhero of Ngati Mahuta, the second Maori King, and his senior wife, Hera.

Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the most influential woman in our political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life.

'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha journalist. Michael King has written such a book. Te Puea Hērangi Biography. Te Puea Herangi. Te Puea Hērangi (–) was a granddaughter of Tāwhiao Te Wherowhero, the second Māori King.

Her uncle Mahuta, who became King after Tāwhiao, singled her out in childhood as having special abilities. He spent many hours with her, passing on his knowledge.

Te Puea, a biography [Michael King] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: Get this from a library. Te Puea, a biography. [Michael King] -- Te Puea Herangi () secured the survival of the Maori King movement - the nearest thing in New Zealand to nationalist organization.

But she was far more then an influential Maori Leader. Get this from a library. Te Puea: a biography. [Michael King] -- Biography of Te Puera Herangi. Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the most influential woman in our political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life.

'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha Te Puea. Michael King has written such a : Michael King. Biography.

Te Puea Hērangi was born at Whatiwhatihoe, near Pirongia, on 9 November Her mother was Tiahuia, daughter of Tāwhiao Te Wherowhero of Ngāti Mahuta, the second Māori King, and his senior wife, Hera.

Her father was Te Tahuna Hērangi, son of William Searancke, an English surveyor, and Hāriata Rangitaupa of Ngāti Ngāwaero hapū of Ngāti Maniapoto. Michael King OBE (15 December – 30 March ) was a New Zealand popular historian, author, and biographer.

He wrote or edited over 30 books on New Zealand topics, including the best-selling Penguin History of New Zealand, which was the most popular New Zealand book of 7 External links. King was born in Wellington to Eleanor and Alma mater: Victoria University of.

Te Puea: A Biographv. B Michaey Kingl Hodde. anr Stoughtond Auckland, pp N.Z. price. $ I HF little writing o n twentieth-centur Maory histori thay existt iss dominated by a concentration on a handfu o western-educatclf leaders Michaed.

Kinl ign Te Puea: A Biography promise 'to brea nesk w ground (p' ) by analyzin thge roleFile Size: 1MB. MEMORIES OF PRINCESS TE PUEA. A BROADCAST BY ERIC RAMSDEN.

To-night I join with the Maori people in mourning the loss of the greatest Maori woman of our time—perhaps of all time—Te Puea Herangi, ariki tapairu, of Waikato.

Te Puea never liked the title of Princess, and never applied it to herself. On the other hand, she was always insistent that her cousin—and.

Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the most influential woman in our political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life. 'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha journalist.

Michael King has written such a book. Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the most influential woman in our political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life.

'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha journalist. Michael King has written such a : Michael King. Te Puea Herangi Explained. Princess Te Puea Herangi, CBE (9 November – 12 October ) was a Māori leader from New Zealand's Waikato region known by the name Princess Te mother, Tiahuia, was the elder sister of King Mahuta.

Early life. She was born at Whatiwhatihoe, near Pirongia in the Waikato, daughter of Te Tahuna Herangi and Tiahuia. Te. Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the most influential woman in our political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life.

'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha journalist. Michael King has written such a book. He did so with the full support of Te Puea's tribe, Tainui.

Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the most influential woman in our political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life. 'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha journalist. Michael King has written such a : Penguin Random House New Zealand.

The book contained Marti Friedlander’s lamenting photographs of the exisiting kuia with moko. Another book ‘Maori: A Photographic and Social History’ was written by him King’s most important work on Maori was also written during this period - ‘Te.

Te Puea was born at Whatiwhatihoe, near Pirongia in the Waikato, daughter of Te Tahuna Herangi and Tiahuia, daughter of the second Māori King, Tawhiao Te Wherowhero. As the eventual successor to her grandfather, she was educated in the traditional Māori ways. At age 12 she began attending Mercer Primary School and then went on to attend.

Quoted in Te Puea: A Biography by Michael King (Auckland: Penguin ) Te Puea encouraged Waikato and Maniapoto men who were eligible for conscription to gather at Te Paina pā (Mangatāwhiri) to support each other.

When police invaded the pā and arrested the men, Te Puea chose non-violent resistance and allowed the men to be taken. Description - Te Puea: A Life by Michael King Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the most influential woman in our political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life.

'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha journalist. Michael King has written such a book.Te Puea Herangi, whom Professor John Pocock identified as 'possibly the most influential woman in our political history', wanted an honest biography of her turbulent life.

'I want the truth told and nothing but the truth,' she told a Pakeha journalist.5/5(1).Te Puea Herangi was staunchly opposed to Māori enlisting in World War I.

The Princess of Mercer Te Puea Herangi who tried to stop Māori enlisting in the war - .