The New Zealand wars: a history of the Maori Campaigns and the pioneering Period...

Name/Title

The New Zealand wars: a history of the Maori Campaigns and the pioneering Period.

Maker

Cowan, James, 1870-1943

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Contents: Volume 2: The Hauhau Wars, 1864-72 -- Pai-marire -- The attack on Sentry Hill Redoubt -- The battle of Moutoa -- The siege of Pipiriki -- Cameron's West Coast campaign -- Chute's Taranaki campaign -- Pai-Marire on the East Coast -- The fighting at Te Tapiri -- Operations at Matata and Te Teko -- The expedition to Opotiki -- Fighting among the Ngati Porou -- The siege of Waerenga-a-hika -- The first Wairoa campaign. The fight at Oamarunui -- McDonnell's Taranaki campaign -- The Tauranga bush campaign -- Hauhau invasion of the Rotorua district -- Capture of Puraku Pa, Tarukenga -- The opening of Tito owaru's campaign -- The defence of Turuturu-Mokai -- Te Ngutu-o-te-Manu -- Te Kooti's excape from Chatham Islands -- Whitmore's defeat at Moturoa -- The Poverty Bay massacre -- Makaretu and siege of Ngatapa -- The final campaign against Titokowaru. Te Kooti's raid on Whakatane -- Te Kooti's attack on Mohaka -- Wjitmore's invasion of the Urewera country -- Surprise at Opepe -- The Taupo campaign -- Defeat of Te Kooti at Rotorua -- Operations at Waikaremoana -- The chase of Te Kooti -- Ngati-Porou's seatch for Te Kooti -- Te Kooti defeated at Waipaoa -- Frontier perils and final peace. "By authority of the Hon. the Minister of Internal Affairs." Includes index

Date Made

1923

Publisher

New Zealand. Govt.Printer

Publication Place

wELLINGTON

Subject and Association Keywords

Maori (New Zealand people) -- Wars Korero nehe

Subject and Association Keywords

Pakanga

Object Type

Book

Object number

2014.3.0742

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