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Wairau massacre

J. L. Andrews

Wairau massacre

mindsets of the 1840s

by J. L. Andrews

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Published by Published by J.L. Andrews in Blenheim, NZ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Massacres -- New Zealand -- Wairau -- History.,
  • New Zealand -- History -- 1840-1876.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby J.L. Andrews.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU420.16 .A65 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination135 p. :
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18689441M
    ISBN 100473061031
    OCLC/WorldCa154699267

    The completed volume of "Nelson" comprised 13 chapters covering differing aspects of "early settlement" including the area's pre-European Maori background, planning for the settlement and the arrival; of the first settlers from Britain, early urban and rural developments, the land problems, the Wairau Massacre and its aftermath, "lean years. Like much of our nation's history, the Wairau massacre either draws a blank for many New Zealanders or is retold as a one-sided and unprovoked attack on innocent settlers.

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English, Book, Illustrated edition: Narrative of the Wairau Massacre and the proceedings connected therewith / [Alfred Domett]. Domett, Alfred, Get this edition.

That was the Wairau Massacre. It could have tipped the whole country into war and the Pakeha would have been routed, as they had vastly inferior numbers.

But somehow, the situation was temporarily diffused by talk and talk and talk, and when FitzRoy arrived as Governor a few months later, he pardoned Te Rauparaha, accepting that he was provoked and recognising the two races had.

List of people present 17 June Wairau massacre book, Mr HA Police magistrate & county judge died. Wakefield, Capt A Magistrate died. Or the Wairau Incident. I do wonder why we are so reluctant to call it the Wairau Massacre.

It ended in an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of a dozen men, so no matter who the provocateurs and who fired the first shot, I think we can own up to our history and call it a massacre.

Inthe ownership of Wairau Valley was disputed. The foregoing acount of the massacre at the Wairau has been- carefully taken from that drawn up by one of the Wellington Magistrates who was present at the examination of witnesses on board the Government brig, and afterwards at Wellington, and published m the Supplement of the New Zealand Gazette, from one given m the' Nelson Examiner.

After his death in the 'Wairau massacre' he was succeeded by Fox (later Sir William Fox, premier for NZ) OTAGO. Frederick Tuckett, the surveyor for Nelson was sent by the company on a scouting expedition in to Wairau massacre book another settlement and selected Otago Harbour.

Inforty-nine armed settlers from Nelson travelled east across to Wairau and attempted to enforce a disputed sale against local Maori.

The local Maori were from the Ngāti Toa tribe. They were led by Te Rauparaha, and his fighting chief and nephew Te Rangihaeta. I quote from his book as follows: "The fight — meaning the Wairau massacre — and death of Wakefield, and the other European gentlemen mwere caused by the deceit of Captain Piringatapu (anglice Blenkinsopp).

He deceived Rauparaha, m giving him. The Wairau massacre, the story of a survivor. Part 1 A detailed account by Mr. Eugene Bellairs, one of the survivors of the Wairau massacre, of In New Zealand history, the Wairau Affray on Jalso known as the Wairau Massacre in most older texts, was the first serious clash of arms between the Māori natives and the British settlers after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi and the only one to take place in the South Island.

cite book | author=Michael King | title=The. Get this from a library. The Wairau massacre: mindsets of the s. [J L Andrews].

The Wairau Incident, formerly known as the Wairau massacre, was the first significant disagreement after the treaty was signed in The battle took place injust three years after the treaty was signed, supposedly bringing peace between the two people.

Home; This edition;, English, Book edition: Fac-simile of letter of condolence on the occasion of the Wairau massacre, 17th June, The Wairau Affray (called the Wairau Massacre in many older texts), on 17 Junewas the first serious clash of arms between Māori and the British settlers in New Zealand after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi and the only one to take place in the South Island.

The incident was sparked. Rare books and fine paintings as well as new books and catalogues. Books Books-General. PAINTINGS Paintings and Drawings Hermannsburg School. Catalogues. All items available for purchase are originals.

We do not sell reproductions. Scene of the Wairau Massacre. Date: C Artist: ell (). The Wairau Confrontation (variously described as the Massacre, the Incident, and the Affray) was the first post-Treaty armed conflict between the new immigrants and Mori in New ā Zealand.

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The Wairau Incident. Last Modified: Faced with a shortage of land in the Nelson colony, The New Zealand Company under Arthur Wakefield, was keen to acquire additional land. The company's chief surveyor Frederick Tuckett, carried out exploratory expeditiions and reported that the Wairau Plain was the only available flat land.

The Wairau Affray, The Wairau Affray receives only brief mention in the general studies of the New Zealand Wars listed above, although there is a chapter on it in Wards. The library catalogues refer to this incident as Wairau massacre, Official records Publications British Parliamentary Papers.

In this skilful and readable book, Lindsay Buick has traced the past of this colourful province, illustrating “Old Marlborough” with many such anecdotes.

The terrible misunderstandings which led to the Wairau massacre are traced in detail, including verbatim reports of the subsequent trial. WAIRAU AFFRAY. In all, 22 white men and, it is believed, four Maoris lost their lives and others were badly wounded in the Wairau “massacre” of 17 June The Pakeha victims included Captain Arthur Wakefield Police Magistrate Thompson, and other members of a party of some 50 men who had proceeded from Nelson as far as the Tuamarina.Early NZ History Introduction As a project I have developed a genealogical database to try and capture every known instance of Early European contact with New Zealand starting with the speculative arrival of the Portugese explorer Christopher MENDONCA in and including information through to the end of when New Zealand had a European.Narrative of the Wairau massacre, and proceedings connected therewith.

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