Te Rauparaha (1760s – 27 November 1849)  was a Māori rangatira (chief) and war leader of the Ngāti Toa tribe who took a leading part in the Musket Wars.
TE RAUPARAHA (c. 1768–1849). War chief of the Ngati Toa. A new biography of Te Rauparaha appears in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography on this site.
Te Rauparaha was the son of Werawera, of Ngati Toa, and his second wife, Parekowhatu (Parekohatu), of Ngati Raukawa. He is said to have been a boy when Captain James ...
New Zealand history. An overview covering the pre-historic, colonial and modern periods. Biography of Te Rauparaha, great Maori warrior.
Te Rauparaha Arena is a multi-purpose indoor sports and entertainment centre in Porirua, New Zealand. The centre, which cost NZ$17.5 million to construct, was ...
Te Rauparaha was a Ngāti Toa chief and warrior. Sometimes called the 'Napoleon of the Southern Hemisphere', he ruled the lower end of the North Island from his base ...
noun 1. ?1768–1849, Māori warrior chief, head of the Ngāti Toa tribe and signatory to the Treaty of Waitangi; noted for his cunning and his prowess in battle, he ...
Te Rauparaha - The Maori Warrior Chief from Kawhia The Maori leader responsible for the greatest slaughter in the early nineteenth century was undoubtedly Te ...
page break Chapter IV Te Rauparaha “Like a black hawk swooping, I shall swirl upon the Southern Island, Sweep it with my name as with a tempest, Overrun it like the ...
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