Tutemahurangi

Ngāti Hauā



Tutemahurangi belonged to the tribe of Ngāti-Haua of Taumarunui. Ngāti-Haua is a Wanganui River tribe; Tutemahurangi was partly of Ngāti-Maniapoto, of the sub-tribe of Ngāti-Rangatahi." His home was at Ngarara-huarau on the Upper Wanganui, near Kakahi. "He finally settled at Wairau in the valley of Mangamaire, near Ohura.

Biographical sources

  • Nga Moteatea: He Maramara Rere No Nga Waka Maha: The Songs: Scattered Pieces From Many Canoe Areas. Comp. Apirana Ngata. Trans. Pei Te Hurinui. Pt. 2. Wellington, N.Z.: Published for the Polynesian Soc. by A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1961. 225.
  • Phone conversation with Marina Hughes on 7 Sept. 1998.
  • "1990 Queen’s Birthday Honours." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 34 (1990): 20.
  • Tutengaehe, Hohua. "A Māori View of Māoridom: Past and Present." Race Gender Class 2 (1985): 59.

    Non-fiction

  • "A Māori View of Māoridom: Past and Present." Race Gender Class 2 (1985): 59-64. In Māori and English.
  • This is an edited version of a discussion between Tutengaehe and Janet Lafaele in September 1985.
  • Traditional

  • "He Waiata Tangi/A Song of Lament." Nga Moteatea: He Maramara Rere No Nga Waka Maha: The Songs: Scattered Pieces From Many Canoe Areas. Comp. Apirana Ngata. Trans. Pei Te Hurinui. Pt. 2. Wellington, N.Z.: Published for the Polynesian Soc. by A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1961. 224-229.

    Other

  • "1990 Queen’s Birthday Honours." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 34 (July 1990): 20.
  • Iosefa, Sarona. "Fighting For His People." Press Weekend [Christchurch] 5 Sept. 1992: 1.