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A history of Tauranga County

Evelyn Stokes

A history of Tauranga County

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Published by Dunmore Press in Palmerston North, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tauranga (N.Z.),
  • Tauranga County (N.Z.)
    • Subjects:
    • Tauranga (N.Z.) -- History.,
    • Tauranga County (N.Z.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEvelyn Stokes.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU430.T3 S76
      The Physical Object
      Pagination489 p., [12] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages489
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4169281M
      ISBN 100908564511
      LC Control Number80151944
      OCLC/WorldCa7736546

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A history of Tauranga County Unknown Binding – January 1, by Evelyn Stokes (Author) › Visit Amazon's Evelyn Stokes Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.

Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Evelyn Author: Evelyn Stokes. This history, or rather historical geography, was written to commemorate a century of local government by the Tauranga County Council. This history of the region extends back through more than seven centuries and many generations of occupation and territorial battles by Maori inhabitants, the quiet penetration of Maori communities and Maori culture by missionary teaching and Pakeha trading in.

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Those interested in the History of Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty will find this list of books useful. History of Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty Bellamy, A.C.

Tauranga Tauranga, Tauranga City Council, Cunningham, Bruce & Ken Musgrave, comp. A History of Mount Maunganui Tauranga. A HISTORY OF TAURANGA COUNTY AN INDEX TO THE BOOK BY EVELYN STOKES DUNMORE PRESS ISBN A history of Tauranga County book 51 1.

The notes with each person are meant to act as "clues" and are by no means definitive. Links and further reading about the war in Tauranga.

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With the Land Wars underway in the Waikato, Imperial troops arrived in Tauranga in The Strand, known as ‘the Beach,’ was to become the commercial centre of a military township. The famous Battle of Gate Pa on 29 Aprilis known as a decisive Maori victory, as Maori warriors and one woman, defeated the pakeha.

Tauranga New Zealand history information. Tauranga City lies in the beautiful Bay of Plenty region, on the north-east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. Discovered and named by Captain James Cook intoday the Bay of Plenty is one of New Zealand's best loved holiday destinations. With humble beginnings, today Tauranga is the main city of the Bay of Plenty region.

Stokes, Evelyn () A History of Tauranga County, Dunmore Press. Willan, Rachael () Otamataha (Wai ), Report commissioned by the Waitangi tribunal for Wai Letters of Rev.

E.B. Clarke from the Waimate and TaurangaMS 22, Ngā Wāhi Rangahau Research Collections, Tauranga City Library. Tauranga History Online has 5, members. A place to share your treasured old pictures, before they are lost forever. Please name artist/photographer where possible, and give a date and description.

The book will also feature quotes from well-known Tauranga residents taken from recordings made in the late s and early s as part of an oral history project undertaken by the Tauranga District Museum. Those quoted include: Noel Pope, Peter Densem, Joan Mirrielees and Doris Nell.

One of my favourite quotes comes from Sir Robert Owens. And on whose property Maori signed documents accepting the Crown’s dominance. Greer had one of the two Pakehas, who spoke te reo Maori, jailed because he was not collaborating with the Government’s line of seizure and bequest (Stokes, Evelyn,A History of Tauranga County, p) Scott uses NZ Government online data for some of his.

The Local History section is located on the first floor of Tauranga Library, in the New Zealand Room. The staff at the enquries desk will help you find the resources you need. Lending copies of publications about the western Bay of Plenty are to be found in the non-fiction collection, also on the first floor.

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Enter Here. A book is set be released on one of the most famous battles of the Māori Land Wars, the Battle of Gate Pā. The account promises to be a seminal text as it's co-written by a respected war.

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Yes No +64 7 [email protected] Our Research Collections Team are able to assist you with your Family History Research. Come in and visit us and make use of our vast selection of genealogy resources in Ngā Wāhi Rangahau on the first floor of the Tauranga Libra.

Research your family history at Tauranga libraries. -Your History, Our History + Tauranga Moana-Tauranga Tangata. Local history timeline; Tauranga Moana iwi marae map; Tauranga Kete; Tauranga Moana, Tauranga Whenua; Kōrero Mauao (The legend of Mauao) Korero mai Tauranga.

Stories of Tauranga Moana; Help us create an archive of this unique event + Ngā Wāhi Rangahau. Sladden collections.

Tauranga (Māori pronunciation: [ˈtaʉɾaŋa]) is a coastal metropolitan city in the Bay of Plenty region and the fifth most populous city of New Zealand, with an urban population of(June ), or roughly 3% of the national was settled by Māori late in the 13th century, by Europeans in the early 19th century, and was constituted as a city in Tauranga Historical Society, Tauranga, New Zealand.

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in E. Stokes, A History of Tauranga County (Palmerston North, Dunmore, ). 5 These stories belong to all of Tauranga Moana. They are grouped roughly in chronological order in that stories of the ancient tribes occur earlier than those of the latest migration into the area.

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Near Tauranga and Ōpōtiki in the s, pensioned-off military forces were given confiscated tribal land. Protestant Irish immigrants from Ulster settled at Katikati and Te Puke in the s and s.

In the s, settlers from Canterbury in the South Island moved to the Rangitāiki swampland. The Tauranga Book Exchange is closing on January Photo/George Novak Contrary to what many people assumed, rent had not been a factor in trying to make ends meet.

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(Link to map using Google or other map sites) Phone E-mail: Language: English. Open Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday am pm. Holiday Schedule: The FHC is closed from mid-December to mid-January.

Hampton Terrace A Middlesex county in England. The road was in the Patton subdivision. Many of the streets in the area were given English geographical names at the request of the Tauranga County Council. Harrier Street HMS Harrier anchored in the Harbour for attack against Pukehinahina - part of Macmillan subdivision (DPS ).

Get this from a library. The best of Tauranga. [Grant Dyson] -- Tauranga is fast becoming one of New Zealands great coastal cities and the western 'Bay of Plentiful' is now known for a lot more than sun, surf and kiwifruit. Brought to you by the people who live. Quoted in Evelyn Stokes, A history of Tauranga County.

Palmerston North: Dunmore,pp. 44– › Back; Settlers struggle: to Before the fighting in the Bay of Plenty, a few Pākeh. One of Tauranga's largest charity book bonanzas has arrived and will open its doors today.

The Tauranga Harbour City Lions Club Book Sale starts at 5pm and will continue through the weekend. Tauranga was made a borough and Mr Stewart made the first Mayor of the town. Over the s, water supply and electricity were introduced and the town began to prosper. In Tauranga was chosen as an export port for the Bay of Plenty, creating many jobs and greatly increasing the population.

Evelyn Stokes, A history of Tauranga County Dunmore Press, Palmerston North, Journal of the Tauranga Historical Society.

Journal of the Tauranga Historical Society. E W Morris. How it began - No. 3, Guinness Bros, no, June Other Information. A fully referenced registration report is available from the NZHPT Lower Northern Area Office.

History. The Tauranga Historical Society was founded in Today the Society's vision is the preservation, interpretation and promotion of historical and cultural heritage of the Western Bay of Plenty for the people of the region and beyond. Brain Watkins House Museum.

About Tauranga. Tauranga is the most populous city in the Bay of Plenty region in the North Island of New Zealand. It was settled by Maori late in the 13th century, providing a pleasant climate, fertile land and welcoming harbour (the name Tauranga means “sheltered waters” in Maori).

Tauranga (Māori pronunciation: [ˈtaʉɾaŋa]) is the most populous city in the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. It was settled by Māori late in the 13th century and by Europeans in the early 19th century and was constituted as a city in Tauranga City is the centre of the fifth largest urban area in New Zealand, with an urban population of(June ).Latest information.

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Get information on topics such as age and sex, cultural diversity, qualifications, income, and housing.Their wives were the hostesses as most of the meetings were in their homes.

One of the books that we studied at this time was First Principles of Theosophy. The study was more serious by then. Memories of the Arundale-Tauranga Lodge.

By the mid ’s, there were more active members on the Tauranga side of the harbour.