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    Gate Pa, Tauranga (29 April 1864) AWMM
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  • ‘. . . of Te Wairoa – Te Pirirakau Tribe’ according to the GBPP ms list.

    Confirmed by Te Kiri Karamu and Ngatai as killed at Gate Pa.

    Named by Hori Ngatai. (Mair. 1926) as the tohunga, and killed as he was reciting karakia in an exposed position.

    The battle at Pukehinahina (Gate Pa), 29 April 1864, was a Maori victory. Mair (1926:17) describes the grave as west of Cameron Road, '. between it and the swamp in the grove of trees there.' The grave is understood to be in the reserve off St George St. Other information is from Ngaiterangi chief, Hori Ngatai, who fought at Gate Pa. Speaking in 1903 to a Wellington audience, his story was translated by Captain Gilbert Mair of the Native Department and taken down by a shorthand secretary (Mair 1926:20–26). AWMM
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    29 April 1864 Prickett, (2004).
    Pukehinahina (Gate Pa)Waikato Prickett, (2004).
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    Unmarked grave, West of Cameron Road, Gate Pa, Tauranga, New Zealand AWMM
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    Gate Pa Memorial, Tauranga, New Zealand AWMM

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    • Prickett, N. (2004). Maori Casualties at Pukehinahina (Gate Pa), 29 April 1864. Records of the Auckland Museum, 41, 37-52. AWMM
    • British Parliamentary Papers (GBPP) AWMM
      Smith, T. (1864). List of Casualties on the Side of the Native Insurgents at the Attack on Pukehinahina on the 29th April 1864. British Parliamentary Papers (GBPP), [3386], XLI, 63-64. AWMM
    • Cowan, J. (1922). The New Zealand wars : a history of the Maori campaigns and the pioneering period. Vol. 1 1845-1865. Wellington, N.Z.: Government Print. AWMM
    • Bay of Plenty Times AWMM
      Mair, G. (1926). The Story of Gate Pa. Tauranga, Bay of Plenty Times. AWMM
    • Belich, J. (1986). The New Zealand Wars and the Victorian interpretation of racial conflict. Auckland, N.Z.: Auckland University Press. AWMM