Parihaka

A DigitalNZ Story by Donna Robertson

On 5 November 1881, the people of Parihaka peacefully resisted the militia invasion of their Taranaki settlement. http://my.christchurchcitylibraries.com/parihaka/

Parihaka, Taranaki, resistance

NZ Armed Constabulary at Parihaka

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Parihaka

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Parihaka

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Parihaka

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Parihaka

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

Parihaka Pa

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Parihaka Pa

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Parihaka Pa

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Fort Rolleston, Parihaka

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Hangi at Parihaka

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Nelson Camp, Parihaka

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Princess Parata, Parihaka 1898

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Volunteers in Camp, Parihaka

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W Te Whiti's house, Parihaka

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Group of poi dancers, Parihaka, 1890s

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Women performing a poi dance, Parihaka

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Maori man with tewhatewha at Parihaka

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Meeting at Parihaka Pa, with Te Whetu

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NZ Armed Constabulary at Parihaka

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Group of visitors at Parihaka

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Parihaka Pa, South Taranaki Region

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Unidentified Maori group at Parihaka Pa

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From a photo in November, 1881] — Parihaka

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Taranaki Rifle Volunteers at Parihaka, 1881

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Sketch of Te Whiti-o-Rongomai

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Unidentifed Maori group at Parihaka Pa

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