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  • "He Kōrero Mo Taoho/About Taoho, Chief of the Roroa Hapu of Ngāti-Whatua." Trans. S. Percy Smith. Journal of the Polynesian Society 20 (June 1911): 111-115.
  • Pewa recounts events following the battle of Moremo-nui in 1827 when Nga Puhi chiefs Karawai and Te Keha visited Taoho who was digging fern-root at Okaka. Through an omen Te Keha discerned that a battle was imminent and the chiefs retreated to their homes with Taoho following later. Eventually a peace was made between Taoho and Hongi after the two had engaged in battles in 1807. This is the sixth story in a collection of six entitled "Ngāti-Whatua Traditions" gathered together and submitted to the Journal of the Polynesian Society by the Rev. Hauraki Paora of Kaipara, and published in Journal of the Polynesian Society 20 (1911). This story is dated Mei [May] 21, 1894.