Whakapapa

Waiata, whakapapa

The genealogical descent of all living things. Whakapapa/genealogy is a fundamental principle that permeates the whole of Māori culture.

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Date: nd From: Te Whaiti family : Papers Description: Contains information about the history of Papawai Pa, including notes about the ownership of the land and the carvings; also contains some Te Whaiti family w...
Date: 1891-1916 From: Te Whaiti family : Papers Description: Contains whakapapa contributed by various people (Apirana Kaimoana, Te Hooro Hawea, Pou Turei, Urupeni Puhara, Mohi Te Atahikoia, Hoani Te Wanikau) about var...
Date: 1893-1922 From: Te Whaiti family : Papers Description: Records of the Maori Land Court hearing in Pakipaki, Hawke's Bay 1893; contains ver batim evidence including questions and answers before the court and whaka...
Date: 1867-1898 From: Maori Purposes Fund Board : Papers Description: Contains whakapapa, a draft copy of a petition and a fund-raising document, and a narrative about the occupation of land in the Greytown area with details of...
Date: 1957-1974 Description: Papers relating to various Maori waka including Arawa, Aratawhao and Horouta. Also includes waiata such as Paikea, Te Ope Tuatahi [Te Hokowhitu Toa] composed...
Date: 1890, 1895 From: Maori Purposes Fund Board : Papers Description: Contains Wairarapa whakapapa, and evidence from the Maori Land Court case about Waikekeno, in the Wairarapa; this contains historical information about the o...
Date: 1874-1910 From: Maori Purposes Fund Board : Papers Description: Contains whakapapa, waiata, cosmological notes and minutes from the proceedings of the Wairarapa Maori Committee established to hear land claims, with detail...
Date: 1903-1913 From: Maori Purposes Fund Board : Papers Description: Contains diary entries of farming, land, business and other activities, accounts, notes about fencing, address lists, notes about land occupation and subdivi...
Date: n d [ca 1880?] By: Turau Kawa, active 1880? Description: Handwritten and signed by Turau Kawa to a son or grandchild as both a lament and whakapapa with Northland connections. Refers to an incident which happened ...
Date: 1864-1903 By: Ropiha family Description: Six notebooks of genealogies and waiata kept by Te Atua Ropiha, 1883-1887, 1884-1887, 1890, 1899-1903, 1901(?) and one undated. Three kept by Paora Ropiha, 1...