Hia Kaitupeka Marae

Marae near Taumarunui. Its primary hapū are Hari and Te Kanawa of Ngāti Maniapoto. The wharenui is named Hari.

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Date: 1954 From: [Pamphlets, programmes, flyers relating to wood-chopping and sports meetings, collected by Eric Warner. 1915-2009] Ref: Eph-C-SPORT-Warner-1954 Description: Includes: Orautoha picnic sports. C G Lynch's ground, 9 miles from Raetihi. Saturday 16th January 1954. [Programme]. Horse events, children's horse events, c...
Date: 16 Feb 1955 From: Sound recordings collection of Pei Te Hurinui Jones Ref: OHInt-0359-01 Description: Recordings of waiata made at Kaitupeka Marae, Taumarunui, in February 1955. Lists of waiata titles are written on reel boxes. Reel 2 also accompanied by a ty...