I Was Here.: Te Atairangikaahu

I Was Here.: Te Atairangikaahu

Te Rata Mahuta was the fourth leader of the Maori King movement.

Te Rata Mahuta was the fourth leader of the Maori King movement.

'E noho Tuheitia' performed at Koroneihana

'E noho Tuheitia' performed at Koroneihana

After the Waikato war, Māori-owned land in west Waikato was confiscated. Most of the Māori population withdrew behind the ‘aukati’ or boundary line of the Pūniu River, in what became known as the King Country (because the Māori King had taken refuge there). This map shows the boundaries of the land confiscated by proclamation of Governor George Grey in December 1864. That year soldier settlers moved into abandoned Māori villages, former military posts and new militia towns which were…

After the Waikato war, Māori-owned land in west Waikato was confiscated. Most of the Māori population withdrew behind the ‘aukati’ or boundary line of the Pūniu River, in what became known as the King Country (because the Māori King had taken refuge there). This map shows the boundaries of the land confiscated by proclamation of Governor George Grey in December 1864. That year soldier settlers moved into abandoned Māori villages, former military posts and new militia towns which were…

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