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More Info →Kapa Haka during re-enactment of the river landing of early settlers, for Palmerston North Centennial

He kapa haka hei pōwhiri e pā ana ki te maumaharatanga o te taenga mai mā runga waka o ngā tāngata ko Mrs George Snelson rāua ko Matilda Montgomery i te tau 1871. Ko Manawatu te awa. A kapa haka performed by children during the re-enactment of the 1871 river landing of Mrs George Snelson and her 16 year-old ward Matilda Montgomery. The women travelled to Te Papaiōea (Palmerston North) by Māori waka on the Manawatu River. The re-enactment took place at the river end of Albert Street on the morning of 13 March 1971.

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2008P_Tw4-4_TWH_1936
Title
Kapa Haka during re-enactment of the river landing of early settlers, for Palmerston North Centennial
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Place
Manawatu River at Albert Street, Palmerston North
Date
March 13, 1971

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Credit Line
Palmerston North City Library

Taxonomy

Community Tags
dance,
kapa haka,
kapahaka,
music,
tangata,

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