5 edition of Grey and Iwikau found in the catalog.
April 1, 2003 by Victoria University Press .
Written in English
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Iwikau, Pirikawau and Te Rangikaheke of Ngati Rangiwewehi are all important sources and inspiration for Grey's work". (Grey and Iwikau: a journey into custom = Kerei raua ko Iwikau: te haerenga me nga tikanga / Alex Frame, p. 37). This journey began in 5 December , and Grey was accompanied by his secretary G. S. Cooper, interpreter. Between and , the Croesus Track was constructed, to allow provisions to be transported from the Grey River to mines in upper Blackball Creek, and gold to be brought back. The initial track was very rough – too steep for horses, meaning that everything had to be carried by men.
: Grey and Iwikau: A Journey into Custom (): Alex Frame PhD: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello. This book traces the journey overland from Auckland to Taupo of the Governor of New Zealand, Sir George Grey, and the Upoko Ariki (paramount chief) of Tuwharetoa, Iwikau Te Heu Heu, with their respective parties, in the summer of COVID Resources.
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Get this from a library. Grey and Iwikau: a journey into custom = Kerei rāua ko Iwikau: te haerenga me ngā tikanga. [Alex Frame] -- "This book traces the journey overland from Auckland to Taupo of the Governor of New Zealand, Sir George Grey, and the Upoko Ariki (paramount chief) of Tuwharetoa, Iwakau Te Heu Heu, with their.
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The book plates are lino cut images and include images of boats, books, birds and trees, etc. $ - $ GREY, SIR GEORGE 3 Volumes [ Bibliography ] Donald J Kerr. On 7 Januarythe Te Heuheu Iwikau bid farewell to Governor Grey from Taupo. For the occasion, Iwikau offered him a song poem, which Grey later wrote down.
years later, Iwikau’s descendant had the text translated into English for the purposes of a book on Grey and Iwikau.1 Translator Chris Winitana added the following note. In Alex completed a study of the way in which our legal system might better reflect Maori customary law: Grey and Iwikau - A Journey into Custom was published by Victoria University Press in that year.
His most recent book from the same publisher, Flying Boats: My Father’s War in the Mediterranean, appeared in October Alex Frame’s Grey and Iwikau: A Journey into Custom is the most challenging of these books, and perhaps the most rewarding.
Frame’s thesis is that Grey’s and Iwikau’s journey to Taupo (to attend the tangi for Iwikau’s brother, Mananui) shows the potential for mutual respect which then existed and which sets a precedent for.
Grey was accompanied by his secretaries G.S. Cooper and J.J. Symonds, his interpreter Pirikawau, the artist Cuthbert Clarke, and Iwikau and his followers. The party sailed from Auckland with Bishop G.A. Selwyn in the missionary ship Undine to the mouth of the Waihou River.
bears mention. At the launch of Dr Alex Frame’s book Grey and Iwikau: a journey into custom at Government House in the Institute gifted an illustration from the book to Government House and it still hangs in Government House and is a reminder of the connection. Tūhonohono, a linking together or bonding, is the central principle of this.
Iwikau, the brother of the dead Rangatira Te Heu-heu, and chief now over the tribe of the Ngati-tu-wharetoa, is the leader of a large procession of sorrowing, weeping people of the tribe.
The four greatest warriors of the tribe carried the carved box which contained the bones of Te Heu-heu; it was painted red, and adorned with white albatross.
Pōtatau Te Wherowhero (died 25 June ) was a Māori warrior, leader of the Waikato iwi (tribes), the first Māori King and founder of the Te Wherowhero royal was first known just as Te Wherowhero and took the name Grey and Iwikau book after he became king in As disputes over land grew more severe Te Wherowhero found himself increasingly at odds with the Government and its sor: Tāwhiao.
Ko nga moteatea, me nga hakirara o nga Maori.: He mea kohikohi mai / na Sir George Grey, K.C.B., Govern Grey and Iwikau: a journey into custom = Kerei Raua Ko Iwikau: te haerenga me nga tikanga / Alex Frame; The coming of the Maori / by Te Rangi Hiroa. At the launch of Dr Alex Frame's book Grey and Iwikau: A journey into Custom at Government House in the Institute gifted an illustration from the book to Government House and it still hangs in Government House and is a reminder of the n: Mitchell Zuckoff has 14 books on Goodreads with ratings.
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For example, a boat is a symbol of your personality, part of what you need in order to move forward in /5(6). For a list of some 17 statutes now in force that explicitly mention “tikanga” see A Frame, Grey & Iwikau: A Journey Into Custom (Wellington: Victoria University Press, ), 90 (fn ).
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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. his forthcoming book on the journey of Iwikau Te Heuheu and Governor Grey to Pukawa in The purpose of the meeting was to con-tinue the plan-ning for the building of a whare tupuna Œ a carved meet-ing house Œ at Pukawa marae, the destination of Iwikau and Grey years earlier.
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Grey and Iwikau: A Journey into Custom Kerei Raua Ko Iwikau: Te Haerenga Me Nga Tikanga by Alex Frame This book traces the journey overland from Auckland to Taupo of the Governor of New Zealand, Sir George Grey, and the Upoko Ariki (paramount chief) of Tuwharetoa, Iwikau Te Heu Heu, with their respective parties, in the summer of – vi Yearbook of New Zealand Jurisprudence Vol 13 Schiller wrote “die Sprache ist der Spiegel einer Nation”: language is the mirror of a people.
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Incumbents Regal and viceregal. Head of State – Queen Victoria; Governor – Sir George Grey; Government and law. The 3rd Parliament continues. Speaker of the House – David Monro; Premier – Alfred Domett replaces William Fox on 6 August after Fox loses a vote of no-confidence.; Minister of Finance – Reader Wood Decades: s, s, s, s, s.
PREFACE. I have been constrained to write the story of "An Old New Zealander" largely to gratify the frequently expressed desire for a more comprehensive sketch of Te Rauparaha's career on the part of many readers of my former books, in which fitful glimpses of the old chief were given.
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Signed the Treaty of Waitangi on 6 February at Waitangi, although he did not have the authority to commit Ngāti Tūwharetoa to the agreement. Maori king after See DNZB (Vol 1. Wiremu Maihi Te Rangikaheke, Sir George Grey's major informant for the prose material in his published works, agreed (so he tells us in this manuscript) to write Rotorua's (Arawa's) account of the wars between Rotorua and the Waikato tribes in alliance with Ngaai-te-rangi (), to balance that of Grey's Waikato informant, Te Makena.
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Governor Sir George Grey walked too. In he journeyed with Iwikau Te Heu Heu, paramount chief of Tuwharetoa, from Auckland to Pukawa village on the southern shores of Lake Taupo, for the tangi of Te Heu Heu’s brother, killed in a landslide.
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