2 edition of Paterangi and Oruarangi Swamp Pas found in the catalog.
Paterangi and Oruarangi Swamp Pas
F. W. Shawcross
|Other titles||Oruarangi Swamp Pas.|
|Statement||[by F.W. Shawcross and J.E. Terrell]|
|Series||Polynesian Society reprints series -- no. 12.|
|Contributions||Terrell, John E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Murdock and R. Jolly. PATERANGI AND ORUARANGI SWAMP PAS F. Shawcross and J. Terrell University of Auckland This paper is the result of a brief period of field work carried out over a week-end by the authors with the generous assistance of G.
Murdock and R. Jolly. It is presented because of the poverty. Paterangi is a settlement in the Waikato region of New Zealand's North is located 10 km northwest of Te is close to the site of one of the most strongly fortified pa built during the New Zealand wars of the late 19th century.
The Pa was called Tauranga Mirumiru and was home to the Ngati Apakura. The site of the Pa is located on a local dairy farm. Paterangi,by Gustavus Ferdinand von Tempsky (–). This painting shows four soldiers and one Māori in the foreground, firing towards a Māori fortification on Pāterangi hill.
See enlarged version for detail. Following its defeat at Rangiriri the Kingite force fell back to a third defensive line centred on Pāterangi, between Te Awamutu and the Waipā River. Soft Cover.
Condition: Fine. First Edition Thus. Oruarangi and Paterangi are the two slightly elevated areas of land adjacent to the broad curve of the former bank of the Waihou River, near Thames. Reprint no. 12 from the Journal of the Polynesian Society.
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