Topic: Pukearuhe

Topic type:

Taranaki

 

 

 

Marae-Pā

Pukearuhe

Maunga

Taranaki

Awa

Waikaramarama?

Wharenui

TamaAriki (Old wharenui Maraerotuhia)

Waka

Tokomaru

Iwi

Ngāti Tama

Waiata Manaaki

(Ngāti Tama) – Ngā Mōteatea TRCM781.62 NGĀ

- Te Maro – Pounamu He tangi mō Tūpoki Pg. 170 Part. II

- Te Oro Kai Rākau Pg. 166 Part. I

References

(Te takenga mai o ngā kōrero)

Prickett, N. 1990, Historic Taranaki, an Archaeological Guide, Wellington, GP Books, TRCM993.48 PRI Pg. 59 – 6, photo

Location

History

Wright, S 1989 Clifton; A Centennial History of Clifton County, Waitara [N.Z.] Clifton County Council; TRCT993.482 WRI, Pg. 117

One of New Zealands finest fighting Pā, Newspaper folder 15 Hazardous days in establishing redoubt, Newspaper folder 15 Buist, A.G. Archaeology in North Taranaki, pg. 62 + plan, photo, pg. 64, TRCM913 BUI

“The Ngāti Maniapoto/ Ngāti Tama Settlement Cross-Claims report: Waitangi Tribunal TRCM323.119944 New

Wooden Cabinet Drawers TRC – Pukearuhe no. 85

Photo files TRC - Pukearuhe – Q.1.18

Rigby Allan Files

- Maraerotuhia – Also name of the meeting house

- Loc. Pukearuhe on Len Herberts farm later Garlicks

- Mrs Ruby Lake states that she remembers sleeping in the meeting house at this Pā when she was a small girl. Ted White pulled the old house down used iron to build himself a shed and he burnt all the the timber including the name board. Mrs Lake says that this house was brought from Mohakatino and was old then.

 

Puke Ariki, Pukearuhe

Pukearuhe pā, Pukearuhe

From the collection of Puke Ariki AGB-0736

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