Parihaka

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This is majestic

View of a comet in the sky above Mt Taranaki (Egmont) and Parihaka, taken 4 October by Thomas S Muir. Identification of photographer from re. Nz History, History Online, Family History, New Plymouth New Zealand, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana

Parihaka, Mt Egmont and comet

Retouched photograph showing a comet over Mt Egmont/Taranaki and Parihaka village

View of a comet in the sky above Mt Taranaki (Egmont) and Parihaka, taken 4 October by Thomas S Muir. Identification of photographer from re. Nz History, History Online, Family History, New Plymouth New Zealand, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana

View of a comet in the sky above Mt Egmont and Parihaka - Photograph taken by Thomas S Muir | National Library of New Zealand

View of a comet in the sky above Mt Taranaki (Egmont) and Parihaka, taken 4 October 1882, by Thomas S Muir. Identification of photographer from re...

Group outside a kauta (Maori cooking house) at Parihaka Pa with buckets and kete. Most of the women wear white feathers in their hair and some hold. Maori People, Tribal People, Aldous Huxley, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, South Pacific, Tribal Art

Group outside a cookhouse in Parihaka | National Library of New Zealand

Group outside a kauta (Maori cooking house) at Parihaka Pa with buckets and kete. Most of the women wear white feathers in their hair and some hold...

About 1600 troops invaded the western Taranaki settlement of Parihaka, which had come to symbolise peaceful resistance to the confiscation of Māori land. Nz History, History Online, Maori People, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Expedition Vehicle, Auckland, City Photo

Invasion of pacifist settlement at Parihaka

About 1600 troops invaded the western Taranaki settlement of Parihaka, which had come to symbolise peaceful resistance to the confiscation of Māori land.

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Commemorating peaceful protest – Parihaka

Human beings. We can be a bit disappointing sometimes can’t we? We’re often very easily swayed by things that are bright and shiny rather than other more meaningful things. Take for ins…

A pataka or storehouse for food in the old Maori village at Taumarunui. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Nz History, Polynesian People

A pataka, or storehouse for food, in the old Maori village at Taumarunui | NZETC

A pataka, or storehouse for food, in the old Maori village at Taumarunui.

How NZ's colonial government misused laws to crush non-violent dissent at Parihaka - NZ Herald Once Were Warriors, Chatham Islands, Maori People, Home History, Maori Designs, Hills And Valleys, Maori Art, New Zealand, Paris Skyline

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View of the Maori village of Koroniti (Corinth) on the Wanganui River, New Zealand. Men wearing blankets stand in the foreground. Once Were Warriors, Maori Tribe, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Art Google, New Zealand

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Maori group roasting karaka berries at Whakarongotai, Waikanae, Photograph taken by Harold Stevens Hislop. Quantity: 1 b&w original photogra. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Indigenous Art, Work Inspiration, Pacific Ocean, Bushcraft

Maori group roasting karaka berries at Whakarongotai, Waikanae | National Library of New Zealand

Maori group roasting karaka berries at Whakarongotai, Waikanae, 1908. Photograph taken by Harold Stevens Hislop. Quantity: 1 b&w original photogra...

Tātarakihi - The Children of Parihaka The trailer for the short historical film that tells the story of Parihaka, and shows how closely waha tapu and whanaungatanga are connected. Nz History, Study History, Chatham Islands, Polynesian People, Maori People, Fill The Frame, Maori Art, Postcard Printing, Easter Island

Why wasn’t I told?

This year, for the first time in the 150-year saga of Parihaka, the government is preparing to apologise for one of New Zealand history’s most deplorable acts: the invasion and sacking of a Māori pacifist community and the imprisonment without trial of its leaders, Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kākahi. Yet for many New Zealanders, the word “Parihaka” still draws a blank. On hearing the story for the first time, they ask: why wasn't I told?

Parihaka, – Taranaki region – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand Chatham Islands, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, The 5th Of November, Pacific Ocean, Southeast Asia

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Did tsunami cause resource wars in prehistoric New Zealand? College Classes, Maori Art, Easter Island, Prehistory, Interesting History, Tsunami, British Isles, New Zealand, Hawaiian

Did tsunami cause resource wars in prehistoric New Zealand?

Archaeologists have conventionally divided New Zealand prehistory into two chronological phases: “Archaic Maori” and “Classic Maori”. These phases are defined by the distinc…

In 1881 over troops were sent to destroy the Taranaki village of Parihaka. Parihaka was thecentre of a peaceful move. Treaty Of Waitangi, Nz History, Maori Art, The 5th Of November, Social Science, Sculpture Art, New Zealand, The Neighbourhood, The Past

Parihaka Pa, Taranaki | National Library of New Zealand

Parihaka, at the time of the assault by the armed constabulary in 1881. Photograph taken by William Andrews Collis. Quantity: 1 b&w original nega...

Photograph showing a Maori group of men, women, and children, outside a whare in the Rotorua district. The two seated men were guides on the pink a. Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Westport New Zealand, Polynesian People, Maori People, West Papua, Maori Designs

Pulman, Elizabeth, 1836-1900 : Photograph of a Maori group, including guides, outside a whare in the Rotorua district | National Library of New Zealand

Photograph showing a Maori group of men, women, and children, outside a whare in the Rotorua district. The two seated men were guides on the pink a...

The Invasion of Parihaka, 5 November An Eyewitness Account Treaty Of Waitangi, Chatham Islands, Nz History, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Memorial Museum, New Law, In Pursuit, The 5th Of November

Who gets to speak for the people of Parihaka?

As a proposed new law to protect the Parihaka name makes its way through parliament, Rachel Buchanan reflects on the shifting legacy of something that is so much more than a set of GPS coordinates. In 1848, my kuia Arapera Rongouaroa Parai gave birth to Tāre Warahi (Charles Wallace) at Te Aro P