Mihi-ki-te-kapua, -1872?

Tuhoe, composer of waiata. Greatest composer of the Tuhoe and Mataatua peoples. She was born some time in the last years of the 18th century, and died at Te Whaiti-nui-a-Toi, probably between 1872 and 1880.

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Date: [1921-1939] From: Cowan, James, 1870-1943 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-11310-156 Description: Research papers, drafts and clippings mostly relating to Maori waiata and early shipping in New Zealand and the Pacific. Includes a story about the well-know...
Date: 1836-1922 From: Cowan, James, 1870-1943 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-11310-03 Description: Contains handwritten and typescript waiata. Includes a translation of `A loving greeting for the festival of the year (Christmas)...' by the late Hone Heke M...
Date: 1980s-1990s? From: Orbell, Margaret Rose, 1934-2006: Collection Ref: MS-Papers-12157-083 Description: Comprises papers relating to Orbell's Māori waiata research, including material relating to 'formulas' (formulaic language) or themes within the compositions...
Date: 1896 From: Polynesian Society: Records Ref: MS-Papers-1187-017 Description: Waiata numbered 1-217. S P Smith's copy of material gathered by Best during his years among the Tuhoe. In S P Smith's handwriting. Inside the back cover are ...