Parihaka was invaded on 5 November 1881. These resources give some background to Te Rā o te Pāhua (the Day of Plunder), the prophets Te Whiti and Tohu and their non-violent passive resistance to the confiscation of whenua Māori. It also looks at how and why the place and it’s people are remembered today. SCIS no. 1892958
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Parihaka was a Māori settlement in Taranaki around the 1860’s when New Zealand was a British colony, and land was...
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