2 edition of Chief Manawa and Manawa Brave found in the catalog.
Chief Manawa and Manawa Brave
Alice J. Niven
|Statement||presented by Mrs. David Niven.|
|LC Classifications||F589.M19 N58 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||90222111|
Or into a basket or other container; ua uhaoia ka ai iloko o ka umeke; i ka manawa e uhao. ai i ka poka i ka pu. see hahao. uhao₂ n. cone-shaped base from the kāhili staff to the first feathers, formerly of feathers, later also of silk or ribbons. MUS. ʻO ka moʻoni ʻula ka uhao ma ke kumu, i hana ʻia i ka hulu lena ʻōʻō. Among the first to brave the dangers and great hardships incident to the pioneer settlement of Sharon township was Christian Schward, who with his family took a quarter section in sect township, range 25 west, in He there erected one of the first houses made by white man's hands in the township.
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The Laieikawai is a Hawaiian romance which recounts the wooing of a native chiefess of high rank and her final deification among the gods. The story was handed down orally from ancient times in the form of a kaao, a narrative rehearsed in prose interspersed with song, in which form old tales are still recited by Hawaiian story-tellers. It was put into writing by a native . From the times of Tu-te-rangi-marama downwards for fifteen generations, or years, the history of the people is a blank; but at the end of that time, or about the year B.C. 65, we come to the first traces of any migration. The history says of Te Kura-a-moo, "He went to the east, to the sun-rising, and remained there, in consequence of troubles that arose between .
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Paul’s School, (Manawa, WI) Author: Craig, Pat Chief. Manawa and Manawa Brave Author: Niven, Alice J. The Pioneers of Little Wolf Township: including historical record of events from Author: Wegener, Evelyn M. This book, Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii, Iki-a-Laʻamea lived with Kalamea and Ka-manawa-a-Kalamea and Haua-a-Kalamea were born.
Kalamea lived with Kai-ua and Ua-a-Kai-ua was born. There the chief of Hawaii met Kiha-a-Piʻi-lani, ruler of Maui. Kiha-a-Piʻi-lani was building the walls of the pond of Mauʻoni.
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A compilation of papers from the participants at our inaugural He Manawa Whenua Conference, Hamilton, Aotearoa. CHAPTER VI. Hawaii Under Alapaʻi-nui.
It was during the time of the warfare among the chiefs of [the island of] Hawaii which followed the death of Keawe, chief over the whole island (Ke-awe-i-kekahi-aliʻi-o-ka-moku) that Kamehameha I was born.*Moku was the ruling chief of Hilo, Hamakua, and a part of Puna; Keʻe-au-moku of Kona and Kohala.
Full text of "The Journal of the Polynesian Society" See other formats. 29 Jan - native american culture. See more ideas about Native american, Native american history and Native american indians pins. The Chief in focus Born Dale Lynsey Manawa McIntosh on Novem in King's Country, New Zealand, he became a cult hero in his adopted country of Wales - and particularly in Pontypridd.
As well as the words one would expect in a traditional dictionary, Te Aka has encyclopaedic entries including the names of plants and animals (especially native and endemic species), stars, planets and heavenly bodies, important Māori people, key ancestors of traditional narratives, tribal groups and ancestral canoes.
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And the brave heart with fearlessness Seeking peace for the race. All united are the islands From Hawaii to Niihau Swelling in peace with justice Mamala Hoa is the law Told is the refrain For Kukaniloko is my love Chant for Kapawa 'O Kapawa, 'o ke ali'i o Wai'alua I hanau i Kukaniloko 'O Wahiawa ke kahua 'O Lihu'e ke ewe 'O Ka'ala ka piko.
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A less historical explanation of the origin of Maori tattoo can be found in the local legend which suggests that ta moko, the Maori tattoo, came from the underworld, called Uetonga. The legend states that there was a young warrior called Mataora, who fell in love with the princess of the underworld, called Niwareka.
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'Chief Ngairo Rakaihikuroa in Wairarapa, New Zealand', oil on canvas painting by Gottfried Lindauer, Dunedin Public Art × ; 87 KB. Forever Brave breaks new ground in providing a comprehensive account of B Company 28th Māori Battalion’s significant contribution to the war.
B Company drew its members mainly from Te Arawa and Mātaatua confederations of tribes, but also from Tauranga Moana, Coromandel, Taupō, Waikato, and King Country.
The book is dedicated to the Queen, who is colonel-in-chief of the Corps of the Royal New Zealand Engineers, and former soldier Geoffrey Newton Cooke, Peter Cooke's late father. Stuff Facebook. So when they do, we have to be brave, take a chance, and grab them while we can. The Flash; Barry Allen; Chance, Courage, Fear; We think of our emotions like they’re these unique, personal phenomena, that no one has ever felt what we have felt.
There is a basis in science for every emotion we feel. Anger, love. Listen: my boundaries will be from the Manawa-tu River to the Manga-toro Creek (a tributary) on the east side to its source, thence over the land to Rapu-ruru, and on to Aketiu, round the coast, back to the Manawa-tu River, where the boundaries meet.(, of 1,) Year Album Artist.Though deep within the womb, a high chief would break forth.
nōkī: Pūkoʻa wāwahi waʻa. A coral head that wrecks canoes. pūkoʻa₁: mīkini wāwahi pōhaku: rock crusher: wāwahi: wāwahi i ka hua: to break the egg: wāwahi: wāwahi i ka manawa.