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Te Arawa: A History of the Arawa People by…
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Te Arawa: A History of the Arawa People

by D. M. Stafford

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A history of Te Arawa, who today occupy the Rotorua lakes district and part of the central Bay of Plenty coastline. A really useful reference book that also covers history relevant to Tauranga Maori. The Burning of the Te Arawa Canoe, The Invasion and Capture of Maketu, The Taking of Maunganui (Mauao), Trouble in the Te Puke Area, Ngati Pukenga, Invasions of Tuhua (Mayor Island), Motiti Island and Tauranga, The Battle of Te Tumu, etc. ( )
  DebbieMcCauley | Mar 28, 2016 |
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The Arawa people are that confederation of tribes who occupy the Rotorua lakes district and part of the central Bay of Plenty coastline.
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