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Bennett, Frederick Augustus. Notes (transcript)

 Series
Identifier: benf
Scope and Contents This item contains a manuscript and a typed transcript of "The late Bishop Bennett's last message found in his Bible after he had passed on". The 'message' consists of a quotation in Maori and English and then another quotation which Sir Apirana Ngata had written in Rangi Bennett's autograph book, together with a background note. The saying is described as 'a classic in the Matatua dialect' and is given in Maori and English. This item was donated by Peters Adds in...
Dates: c1950?

Mead, Prof. Sidney: Te Maori papers

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: meas-P
Scope and Contents

14 file boxes of papers related to the Te Maori exhibition both overseas and in New Zealand.

The landmark Te Maori exhibition was a milestone in the Māori cultural renaissance. Featuring traditional Māori artwork, it toured the United States from 1984 to 1986 before returning to New Zealand for a nationwide tour in 1987.

Dates: 1983-1988

Ngata, A. T.

 Series — Box: Location: 74/B/5
Identifier: A2007/32

Ngāti Porou songbooks

 Series
Identifier: 1974-006
Scope and Contents These songbooks (two manuscript and one photocopied) were deposited by Koro Dewes in 1974, apparently to be copied and then bound with an introduction by Mr Dewes. A handwritten title states: "Maori Literature. Dance poetry etc from the Mss Bk of Mrs Ngoi Pēwhairangi, Te Hokowhitu-a-Tu Group of Te Whanau-a-Ruataupare (Ngati Porou) at Tokomaru Bay. Te Hokowhitu-a-Tu was founded by Miss Tuini Ngawai in the 1930's. Copied per Koro Dewes, Senior Lecturer in Maori Language, Dept. of...
Dates: 1939-1974

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