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    23 February 1861 AWMM
    Waireka (23 February 1861) AWMM
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    Killed in Action, Cause of Death AWMM

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  • Hori, of Okahu, Taranaki, killed in in the skirmish on Major Lloyd’s farm, Waireka was reported in the ‘Journal of events’ of the next day Sunday, February 24 and published in The Taranaki Herald on 2 March 1861. The report came from Tamati Kaweora a 'native from Waireka and teacher at the Grey Institution.



    The Taranaki Herald 2 March 1861. Grayling, W.I. 1862. The War in Taranaki, During the Years 1860–61. New Plymouth, G.W. Woon. Prickett, Nigel. 1994. Pakeha and Maori fortifications of the First Taranaki War, 1860–61. Records of the Auckland Institute and Museum 31: 1-87. Belich, J. 1986. The New Zealand Wars: and the Victorian interpretation of racial conflict. Auckland, Auckland University Press AWMM
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    23 February 1861 Prickett, (2005).
    WairauTaranaki Prickett, (2005).
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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. (2005). Maori Casualties of the First Taranaki War, 1860-61. Records of the Auckland Museum 42: 81-124. AWMM
    • Walker, T. (1985). Robley: Te Ropere 1840-2930. Unpublished MA in Art History, University of Auckland. 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
    • Daily Southern Cross AWMM
      [Gate Pa Maori casualty list]. (1864, 5 May). The Daily Southern Cross. AWMM
    • Mair, G. (1926). The Story of Gate Pa. Tauranga, N.Z.: Bay of Plenty Times. 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
    • Belich, J. (1986). The New Zealand Wars and the Victorian interpretation of racial conflict. Auckland, N.Z.: Auckland University Press. AWMM
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