Terehia Harvey

Terehia Harvey

Te arawa / Masters of Management student, mother of 6 grown children, church goer, business mentor, swim instructor, fitness freak, fried chicken freak, life; and balance
Terehia Harvey
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Maori Girls, Whakarewarewa,Rotorua Museum of Art & History Te Whare Taonga o Te Arawa,Whakarewarewa, circa

The Beating Heart tells the history of the Te Arawa people. Maori Non-fiction 993.423z OMA

The Beating Heart tells the history of the Te Arawa people. Maori Non-fiction OMA

1820s Gable figure (tekoteko), Maori people, Te Arawa region, New Zealand.  Wood, paint.   Metropolitan Museum of Art (PD-old)

Gable figure (tekoteko), Maori people, Te Arawa region, New Zealand. Metropolitan Museum of Art (PD-old)

June Grant  (Maori: Te Arawa, Tuwharetoa, Tuhourangi, Ngati Wahiao) - Ruahine Woman of Two Peoples , 2001, acrylic on canvas. 30" x 40"

June Grant (Maori: Te Arawa, Tuwharetoa, Tuhourangi, Ngati Wahiao) - Ruahine Woman of Two Peoples , acrylic on canvas.

Te Rangikaheke wrote about most aspects of Maori culture, including language, genealogies, and legends, before 1854. The Library holds copies of his manuscripts. Visit us on the 2nd floor to explore these vivid accounts of Te Arawa history.

Te Rangikaheke wrote about most aspects of Maori culture, including language, genealogies, and legends, before The Library holds copies of his manuscripts. Visit us on the floor to explore these vivid accounts of Te Arawa history.

This book is a story of Paul Henry, a natural-born story teller. This story is a very unusual story from his eventful childhood to his adventurous career in journalism to his recent outrageous comments on television which divided the country.

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The lighthouse keeper and his wife, three decades on the coast   - Lena, still breeding racehorses at 94  - the bloke who drives the bulldozer down at the tip   - an elderly water dowser, you have to take a rest after an hour or so....  In this unusual and engaging book the skills of one of New Zealand's leading writers and a top photographer combine to present a unique picture of the people Jim Henderson calls  "the heroic everyday"

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