Parihaka Pa, 1881

Parihaka Pa, 1881

looking over parihaka pa about 1890

looking over parihaka pa about 1890

Parihaka pā, 1881

Parihaka pā, 1881

parihaka stand

parihaka stand

Parihaka pā, 1881

Parihaka pā, 1881

Occupation of pacifist settlement at Parihaka  | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

Occupation of pacifist settlement at Parihaka | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

This Wednesday, Thursday and Friday New Plymouth Mayor Andrew Judd is leading a Peace Walk from New Plymouth council offices to Parihaka. This 44km hikoi is aimed at launching a new national conversation about Maori and non-Maori’s shared history and ... Read More

This Wednesday, Thursday and Friday New Plymouth Mayor Andrew Judd is leading a Peace Walk from New Plymouth council offices to Parihaka. This 44km hikoi is aimed at launching a new national conversation about Maori and non-Maori’s shared history and ... Read More

On 5 November 1881, government forces invaded the peaceful Māori settlement of Parihaka. Sixteen hundred police and volunteers took part in the attack on Parihaka, which had become the symbol of protest against the confiscation of Māori land.  Its primary leaders were Te Whiti-o-Rongomai (Taranaki and Te Ātiawa) and Tohu Kākahi (Taranaki and Ngāti Ruanui). They were joined by Tītokowaru (Ngāti Ruanui) in the aftermath of his campaign against the government in the late 1860s. Te Whiti and…

On 5 November 1881, government forces invaded the peaceful Māori settlement of Parihaka. Sixteen hundred police and volunteers took part in the attack on Parihaka, which had become the symbol of protest against the confiscation of Māori land. Its primary leaders were Te Whiti-o-Rongomai (Taranaki and Te Ātiawa) and Tohu Kākahi (Taranaki and Ngāti Ruanui). They were joined by Tītokowaru (Ngāti Ruanui) in the aftermath of his campaign against the government in the late 1860s. Te Whiti and…

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