A bibliography of writing by Māori in English
Nepia Te Ika Pohuhu
The Lore of the Whare-Wananga: or, Teachings of the Māori College on Religion, Cosmogony, and History: Part 1. - Te Kauwae-runga, or ‘Things Celestial.’ Trans. S. Percy Smith. New Plymouth, N.Z.: Printed for the [Polynesian] Society by Thomas Avery, 1913. Rpt. New York: AMS Press, 1978.
Written down by H. T. Whatahoro from the teachings of Te Matorohanga and Nepia Pohuhu. Priests of the Whare-Wananga of the East Coast, New Zealand.
The Lore Of The Whare-Wananga; Or Teachings Of The Māori College On Their History And Migrations, etc.: Part 2, Te Kauwae-Raro, Or Things Terrestrial. Written down by H. T. Whatahoro from the teachings of Te Matorohanga and Nepia Pohutu and other priests of the Whare-wananga of the East Coast, NZ. Trans. and annotated by S. Percy Smith. New Plymouth, N.Z.: [Polynesian Society], 1915.
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