Te Maiharoa, Hipa - Biography

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Te Maiharoa, who was also known as Hipa, was born probably at Te Wai-a-te-ruati, in the Arowhenua area near Te Umukaha (Temuka), early in the nineteenth century. His father was Te Rehi-oriori, and his mother was Kokiro. He traced his descent through Kokiro back to Te Rakaihautu and the Waitaha p...


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