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Te kinakina : e ngara i te ngari : remember where you come from, stories from Cook Islanders in Tokoroa

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  • Other Name

    Remember where you come from (Alternate title)

  • Description

    Twelve Cook Island women share stories about how their families came to live in Tokoroa and subsequent events in their own lives here. In doing so we see how important the Cook Island community is to Waikato, and to Aotearoa as a whole

  • Place
  • Other Id

    DU434.5.P33 RAP (Library of Congress Call Number)

    92693 (Cat ID)

    92464 (Presto content ID)

  • Department

Images and documents

Catalogue

  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    Te kinakina : e ngara i te ngari : remember where you come from, stories from Cook Islanders in Tokoroa
  • Other Name

    Remember where you come from (Alternate title)

  • Primary Maker
  • Contributor/Publisher
    Read NZ Te Pou Muramura
  • Place
  • Date
    2021
  • Physical Description

    182 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 20 x 20 cm

  • ISBN/ISSN
    9780473580964
    0473580969
  • Language
    Cook Islands Māori
    English
  • Level of Current Record
    Bib record
  • Member Object

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  • Subject Category
  • Content
    Adoration: Akarere Henry: with love we remember our father/papa David Ngata -- Elizabeth Okiakama: my father and I -- Edna Simiona: the migration to Aotearoa -- Teokotai Tarai: best of the best -- Confession: Rosalin Daniel: my memories of my life in Tokoroa: a timeline -- Tere Ford: my beautiful trauma, a collection of poems -- Meriol Tearetoa: E Purotu no Te Ipukarea -- Thanksgiving: Faye Henry: my name: Ko toku ingoa -- Levi Sikking: my childhood memories -- Rangi Tunupopo: my life in Tokoroa -- Tekonini Vano: yesterday, today, tomorrow --Supplication: Jessica Kirikava: growing up as a Cook Islander with diabetes -- Edna Simiona: Te Ngai e tu nei au.. where I stand...(my story continues)
  • Public Access Text

    [Keywords: Cook Islanders--New Zealand--Tokoroa; Women--Social conditions--New Zealand--Tokoroa]

    Twelve Cook Island women share stories about how their families came to live in Tokoroa and subsequent events in their own lives here. In doing so we see how important the Cook Island community is to Waikato, and to Aotearoa as a whole

  • Collection Type
    Reading Room
  • Last Update
    19 Dec 2023

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