Wiremu Kingi Te Rangitake
Also known as: Te Rangitake.
Te Ati Awa leader.
- An Epitome of Official Documents Relative to Native Affairs and Land Purchases in the North Island of New Zealand
- Wiremu Kingi's Claim to Waitara
- On "Seignorial Right." Government House, Auckland, 4th December, 1860
- III. Status of the Chiefs
- V. Proceedings of Governor Gore Browne in relation to the Purchase at Waitara
- VI. Misrepresentations of the above Proceedings
- VII. The Relation between Wiremu Kingi's Insurrection and the Native King Movement and Land League
- VIII. Lastly, the Present Aspect of the Subject
- Proceedings of Governor Hobson
- Proceedings of Governor Fitzroy
- Proceedings of Governor Sir George Grey
- Ngatiawa Migration from Kapiti in 1848
- Further Events from 1848 to 1859
- Aureretanga: Groans of the Maoris
- Evidence of Native Chiefs
- Octavius Hadfield
- Renata's Speech and Letter to the Superintendent of Hawke's Bay on the Taranaki War Question; in the original Maori, with an English translation.
- Report on causes of discontent among Māori in Taranaki.
- Sir Donald Maclean
- The Ancient History of the Maori, His Mythology and Traditions. Awatea, Taranaki, Nga-Ti-Hau, Nga-Ti-Rua-Nui [Vol. VIII, Māori]
- The Ancient History of the Maori, His Mythology and Traditions. Awatea, Taranaki, Nga-Ti-Hau Nga-Ti-Rua-Nui [Vol. VIII, English]
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The following collections may have holdings relevant to "Wiremu Kingi Te Rangitake":
- Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, which has entries for many prominent New Zealanders.
- Archives New Zealand, which has collections of maps, plans and posters; immigration passenger lists; and probate records.
- National Library of New Zealand, which has extensive collections of published material.
- Auckland War Memorial Museum, which has extensive holdings on the Auckland region and New Zealand military history.
- Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, which has strong holdings in Tāonga Māori, biological holotypes and New Zealand art.
- nzhistory.net.nz, from the History Group of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.