The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period: Volume I (1845–64)
From a sketch by Major-General Gordon Robley, 1864] — Surrender of the Ngai-te-Rangi Tribe
From a sketch by Major-General Gordon Robley, 1864]
Surrender of the Ngai-te-Rangi Tribe
Soon after the defeat of the Kingite tribes at Te Ranga the greater number of the Ngai-te-Rangi came in and made submission to the British authorities at Te Papa, Tauranga, and handed in their arms. The peace pact was loyally observed by all but a few of Ngai-te-Rangi who joined the Piri-rakau Hauhaus in the fighting at Irihanga, Whakamarama, and elsewhere in 1867.