lind-peinture
» » Mihaia: The prophet Rua Kenana and his community at Maungapohatu

eBook Mihaia: The prophet Rua Kenana and his community at Maungapohatu ePub

by Judith Binney

eBook Mihaia: The prophet Rua Kenana and his community at Maungapohatu ePub
Author: Judith Binney
Language: English
ISBN: 0195580427
ISBN13: 978-0195580426
Publisher: Oxford University Press (1979)
Pages: 208
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 933
Formats: mbr azw lrf txt
ePub file: 1398 kb
Fb2 file: 1479 kb

Rua Kenana was an extraordinary prophetic leader from the Urewera. Resisting threats to expel the Tuhoe people from their ancestral lands, he established a remarkable community at Maungapohatu, identifying himself as the 'Mihaia' or 'Messiah' for Tuhoe.

Rua Kenana was an extraordinary prophetic leader from the Urewera.

As a unique part of New Zealand's social history the millennial movements of the Maori make up a fascinating story, none more so that the story of Rua Kenana and his isolated community at Maungapohatu. Without a doubt this story has a current relevance in the recent history of the same area with the terror raids on Tuhoe. And of course there is parallels with the story of Tama Iti in those raids. Anyway, a great piece of history writing and with a great historical photograph narrative. Good to see this being republished.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780195580525.

by Bridget Williams Books. The Law Against the Prophet. Judith Binney, Gillian Chaplin, Craig Wallace. Published: 1 January 2011. in Mihaia: The Prophet Rua Kenana and his Community at Maungapohatu. Mihaia: The Prophet Rua Kenana and his Community at Maungapohatu pp 9-36; doi:10. 7810/9781927131305 1. The New Jerusalem: The Community at Maungapohatu.

Mihaia : the prophet Rua Kenana and his community at Maungapohatu (with Gillian Chaplin and Craig Wallace. Oxford University Press, 1979). Ngā Mōrehu: The survivors (with Gillian Chaplin. Oxford University Press, 1986). The people and the land: Te tangata me te whenua: an illustrated history of New Zealand, 1820–1920 (with Judith Bassett and Erik Olssen. Allen & Unwin, 1990). Redemption songs: a life of Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki (Bridget Williams Books, 1995).

Find nearly any book by Judith Binney. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Mihaia: The Prophet Rua Kenana and His Community at Maungagobatu: ISBN 9781869401481 (978-1-86940-148-1) Softcover, Auckland University Press, 1996. Nga Morehu: The Survivors. by Judith Binney, Gillian Chaplin.

Binney, Judith Chaplin, Gillian and Wallace, Craig. 1979) Mihaia: the prophet Rua Kenana and his community at Maungapohatu. Sinclair, Keith (1969). A History of New Zealand. Oxford University Press. Binney, J. Volume 92 (1983) "Maungapohatu revisited: or, how the government underdeveloped a Maori community". The Journal of the Polynesian Society. 92, No. 3 pp. 353-392. Binney, Judith (1996) "Rua Kēnana – Tūhoe prophet". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. 3. Retrieved 6 January 2018. Binney, Judith (2009) Encircled Lands.

Authorities saw Rua Kenana as a disruptive influence and targeted him with the Tohunga Suppression Act of 1907, which . Mihaia: The prophet Rua Kenana and his community at Maungapohatu, (by Judith Binney, Gillian Chaplin and Craig Wallace

Authorities saw Rua Kenana as a disruptive influence and targeted him with the Tohunga Suppression Act of 1907, which banned traditional Māori healers from using herbs and other healing methods which were part of their traditional medicine. Mihaia: The prophet Rua Kenana and his community at Maungapohatu, (by Judith Binney, Gillian Chaplin and Craig Wallace Bell, James, Mackintosh.

Rua Kenana was one of many Maori prophetic leaders of the 19th and . Withdrawing to Maungapohatu, in the heart of Urewera, he established . .

Rua Kenana was one of many Maori prophetic leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries. He called himself Te Mihaia hou, the new messiah, and was the leader of a section of the Tuhoe at a time when their land, the Urewera country, was threatened by possible prospecting and milling. Withdrawing to Maungapohatu, in the heart of Urewera, he established a community. This work is a history of Rua and his people, of the destruction of the community, by the government during World War I, and the struggle to start all over again.

lind-peinture.fr
© All right reserved. 2017-2020
Contacts | Privacy Policy | DMCA
eBooks are provided for reference only