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“Our own inimitable way”, Miria Simpson

Toi Wahine ‑ The Worlds of Maori Women Kathie lrwin and lrihapeti Ramsden (eds) Penguin Books, $39.95 ISBN 0140147241 How refreshing to find a collection of writing by my own kind ‑ some from my own waka, Te Arawa, another…
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Aspects of Maori history, Angela Ballara

Te Haurapa: An Introduction to Researching Tribal Histories and Traditions Te Ahukaramu Charles Royal, Bridget Williams Books and Historical Branch, Department of Internal Affairs, 1992, $17.95 He Rourou Iti: Selected speeches of Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu Miria Simpson (ed),…
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