- Ahu, Tamarere, active 1893?; Best, Elsdon, 1856-1931; Ropiha, Hori, active 1865-1895; Te Aro, active 1894; Whakataki, Te Karehana, -1897
Informants and contents listed at the front. Mainly the manuscript of Hori Ropiha of Waipawa, dealing with whakapapa of various East Coast iwi and hapu down to Ropiha, and with information about various events in Maori history including the migration from Hawaiki and subsequent settlement, and with notes about certain customary concepts and practices. Other informants include Te Karehana Whakataki relating the traditional Ngati Toa story of Te Ataiorongo, Tamarere Ahu, and Te Aro of Ngati Awa
Quantity: 1 volume(s).
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original - Microfilm copies available in Katherine Mansfield Reading Room. Use MS-Copy-Micro-0755-05
- Part of
- Polynesian Society: Records / Ethnological manuscripts collection
- 1 volume(s), Manuscripts
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