Ngati Kahungunu


(Ki te Wairoa, ki Here-taunga, ki Wairarapa) Waka: Kurahaupo

book cover courtesy of Reed Books The Maori history and place names of Hawke's Bay, by J.D.H. Buchanan ; edited by D.R. Simmons. (1973, 2004). 993.13 BUC
Carefully written and illustrated with many aerial photographs and maps, this book has been re-designed and re-released after being out of print but in demand for many years.

book cover courtesy of Amazon A carved cloak for Tahu , by Mere Whaanga. (2004). 993.13 WHA
Ngai Tahu Matawhaiti of Iwitea (near Wairoa)
Includes whakapapa, illustrations, diagrams, maps, moteatea, bibliography.

book cover courtesy of Reed Books Rangitane : a tribal history , by J.M. McEwen. (1986, 2002) 993.101 MACE
This major work traces the history of the Rangitāne tribe, now based around the Manawatu but with genealogical and political links extending throughout central New Zealand.

book cover courtesy of Huia Publishers Nga taumata : he whakaahua o Ngati Kahungunu = a portrait of Ngati Kahungunu : 1870-1906, Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Inc. [and] National Library of New Zealand, Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa ; [chief editor, Miria Simpson ; editor, whakapapa, Pat Parsons]. (2003). 993.13 NGA
A collection of biographical essays, whakapapa and photographs of Ngati Kahungunu tipuna. The photographs are from the Samuel Carnell collection in the Photographic Archive of the Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand.

book cover courtesy of Huia Publishers Putea whakairo : Maori and the written word, by Bradford Haami. (2004). 993.1004 HAA
History of Ngāti Hikatoa, of Waimārama "through the writings of seven Māori people spanning four generations of the Maaka family. Included are genealogies, traditional histories, and personal documents writeen in Māori and in English that date from 1848-1978" - backcover.
Includes Whakapapa, portraits and illustrations, copies of manuscripts.

993.143 BAG
Bagnall, A. G. Wairarapa : an historical excursion, 1976.

929.2 BAL
Ballara, Angela. The origins of Ngati Kahungunu, Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph.D.)--Victoria University of Wellington, 1991.
It re-examines European tribal histories in the light of Maori Traditions about the region often believed to have been Ngati Kahungunu territory since the sixteenth century. Because one of the most important sources of local Maori tradition is the oral evidence given to the Native Land Court in the nineteenth century, Maori witnesses' accounts are used as a major resource.

993.13 BOY
Boyd, M. D. City of the plains : a history of Hastings, Victoria University Press, 1984.

398 COL
Colenso, William. Ancient tide-lore and tales of the sea from the two ends of the world : East Coast Maori stories, Kiwi Pub, 1996.

993.101 DAV
Davidson, Janet. The pre-history of New Zealand, Auckland : Longman Paul, 1987.
Includes the Wairarapa region.

993.13 DUN
Dunlop, Beverley. Profile of a province : Hawkes Bay, Hodder & Stoughton, 1986.

993.13 FOX
Fox, Aileen. Tiromoana Pa : Te Awanga, Hawkes Bay, 1978. Bc HAK
Hakui : mothers of Porangahau , edited by] Marina Sciascia, Hilary Pedersen. 2004.

993.102 HOG
Hogan, Helen. Renata's journey : ko te haerenga o Renata, Christchurch : Canterbury University Press, 1994.
Renata Kawepo travelled with Bishop Selwyn, visiting Anglican mission posts in North Island and Nelson (1843-4). (Kahungunu, Te Upokoiri, Hinemanu).

993.13 LAM
Lambert, Thomas. The story of Old Wairoa and the East Coast district, North Island New Zealand, Reed, 1998.

929.2 MAT
Te whanau a Karepa Tukareaho Mataira : he pukapuka whakamahara mo te hui whanau a nga uri o te tipuna nei, a Karepa Tukareaho Mataira i tu ki Nuhaka i 28 - 30 o Poutu-te-rangi, 1997. , edited by Junior Te Ratu Karepa Mataira. (whakapapa tables).

993.101 MIT
Mitchell, J. H. Takitimu : a history of Ngati Kahungunu, Wellington : AH & AW Reed, 1972.

929.2 NGA
Ngata, Apirana. A brief account of Ngati Kahungunu origins.

993.117 NGA
Ngata, Apirana. The Porourangi Maori Cultural School , Rauru-nui-a-Toi course : lectures 1-7.

993.13 NEW
The Mohaka ki Ahuriri report , New Zealand. Waitangi Tribunal, 2004.
The claimants are predominantly hapu of Ngati Kahungunu, although some identify more or equally with Ngati Tuwharetoa or have links to Tuhoe.

398.2931 POR
Porter, Thomas, W. R. Legends of the Maori and personal reminiscences of the East Coast of New Zealand, 1925.

993.143 BAG
Prehistoric man in Palliser Bay, editors, B. Foss Leach and Helen M. Leach. 1979.

993.1 REO
Te Reo o Takitimu, editor, Richard Spence. 1979. B TEK
Ross, W.Hugh. Te Kooti : general and prophet, Auckland : Collins Bros., 1966.

993.1 SIM
Simpson, Tony. Te riri Pakeha : the white man's anger, Wairua : Alister Taylor, 1979. (small part of the book relates to this region).

283.092 HUA
Spence, Richard. Whakaaria mai : the biography of Canon Wiremu Wi te Tau Huata, Palmerston North, N.Z. : Dunmore Press, 1994.

993.13 TAK
Takitimu Marae. Kahungunu, 1976.

993.101 WHI
White, John. The ancient history of the Maori : his mythology and traditions. Vol. 1-3. Horouta or Takitimu migrations.

993.13 WIL
Wilson, J. G. The history of Hawkes Bay, 1976.

Korero o te Wa I Raraunga I Rauemi I Te Whanganui a Tara I Whakapapa