Adventures of Early Missionaries, 1833-50
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[Keywords: Musket Wars, New Zealand Wars, Te Tuma Pa, Columbine (Ship), Fortitude (Ship), Baptism, Amohau (Rangitira), Onematu (Rangitira), Pake (Rangitira), Taiepa (Rangitira), Takiwaru (Rangitira), Missionary Wives]
John Morgan arrived in New Zealand as a Catechist of the Church Missionary Society in 1833. He was first at Keri Keri, and then assisted with the foundation of nine new stations: Puriri at the Thames, 1833; Mangapouri on the Waipa, 1834; Tauranga, 1835; Matamata, 1835; Kaweranga in the Thames, 1837; the reformation of Rotorua Station on Mokoia Island during the war; and the removal of the Station to the mainland in 1839; and Otawhao from 1841 to 1864 In June, 1849, he was admitted to Deacon's Orders, and Priest's Orders in December, 1853.
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