Manawhena Report

 

Ngāti Apa Manawhenua Report 1998

Written in support of Wai 265, the Ngāti Apa Claim to the Waitangi Tribunal

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About the Report

This report has been commissioned by Te Rünanga o Ngäti Apa as part of their preparation for presentation of Wai 265, the Ngäti Apa land claim, before the Waitangi Tribunal. The purpose of this report is to provide a definition of the nature and extent of Ngāti Apa manawhenua. This report is a component of the overall research and reporting project currently underway as part of Wai 265. The Crown Forest Rental Trust is currently preparing two reports, one to develop the legal argument for compensation and another to outline the social impact of colonisation on Ngāti Apa.

 

Part 2 Rangitikei Manawatu Supplement

Supplementary Information to Support Part 2 of the Ngāti Apa Manawhenua Report

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Introduction

Research has lead to the identification of six hapū collectives that jointly occupied and worked together within the general Rangitikei Manawatu area. This document seeks to present data captured during the research phase in summary and genealogical tables corresponding to each hapū. This will facilitate the analysis process toward completing the Mana Whenua report for Ngāti Apa. Furthermore it will be a valuable reference document to support the conclusions that will be drawn within the report.

 

Part 3 Rangitikei Turakina Supplement

Supplementary Information to Support Part 3 of the Ngāti Apa Manawhenua Report

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Introduction

Research has lead to the identification of five hapū collectives that jointly occupied and worked together within the general Rangitikei Turakina area. This document seeks to present data captured during the research phase in summary and genealogical tables corresponding to each hapū. This will facilitate the analysis process toward completing the Mana Whenua report for Ngāti Apa. Furthermore it will be a valuable reference document to support the conclusions that will be drawn within the report.

 

Part 4 Central Rangitikei Supplement

Supplementary Information to Support Part 4 of the Ngāti Apa Manawhenua Report

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Introduction

Research has lead to the identification of six tribal collectives that occupied and used the Central Rangitikei River region. This document seeks to present data captured during the research phase in summary and genealogical tables corresponding to each group. This will facilitate the analysis process toward completing the Mana Whenua report for Ngāti Apa. Furthermore it will be a valuable reference document to support the conclusions that will be drawn within the report.

 

Part 5 Lower Turakina Whangaehu Supplement

Supplementary Information to Support Part 5 of the Ngāti Apa Manawhenua Report

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Introduction

Research has lead to the identification of ten hapū collectives that jointly occupied and worked together within the general Lower Turakina Whangaehu area. This document seeks to present data captured during the research phase in summary and genealogical tables corresponding to each hapū. This will facilitate the analysis process toward completing the Mana Whenua report for Ngāti Apa. Furthermore it will be a valuable reference document to support the conclusions that will be drawn within the report.

 

Part 6 Inland Whangaehu Supplement

Supplementary Information to Support Part 6 of the Ngāti Apa Manawhenua Report

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Introduction

Research has lead to the identification of fifteen hapū collectives that jointly occupied and worked together within the general inland Whangaehu, Mangawhero and Turakina area. This document seeks to present data captured during the research phase in summary and genealogical tables corresponding to each hapū. This will facilitate the analysis process toward completing the Mana Whenua report for Ngāti Apa. Furthermore it will be a valuable reference document to support the conclusions that will be drawn within the report.