|Statement||[by] Graham Butterworth.|
|Series||New Zealand profiles|
|LC Classifications||DU422.N5 B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||78474682|
Get this from a library! Sir Apirana Ngata. [Graham Victor Butterworth] -- Critical study of the life of a great Maori leader who contributed so much politically, as a scholar, historian and leader to the history of this country. Books by Apirana, Sir Ngata. Where? Books Edited by Ngata, Apirana, Sir; Translated by Jones, Pei Te Hurinui. RRP: $; $; In Stock At Publisher; A selection of annotated tribal songs of the Maori with English translations. This is a completely new edition of this classic collection of Maori waiata. With CDs. Sir Apirana Ngata: Ngati Porou, ?, was the leading Maori figure of his day, a land reformer, politician and scholar. He made a vital contribution to the revival of the Maori people and culture in the early years of the twentieth century and is the subject of a recent biography by Ranginui Walker. Sir Apirana Ngata (–) From the s onwards, Ngati Porou’s greatest leader, Apirana Turupa Ngata, rose to prominence. He was the first Maori to graduate with a degree. He not only set an example for his tribe through political leadership and achievement, but also made a monumental contribution to the young nation through his erudition and fearless stance on Maori.
About Sir Apirana Ngata Sir Āpirana Turupa Ngata (3 July – 14 July ) was a prominent New Zealand politician and lawyer. He has often been described as the foremost Māori politician to have ever served in Parliament, and is also known for his work in promoting and protecting Māori culture and en: Heneriatta Green, Purewa Ngata, Sir Henare Kohere Ngata. Apirana Turupa Ngata is the author of Nga Moteatea ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Nga Moteatea ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 r /5(10). This biography, written by M. P. K. Sorrenson, was first published in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography in Apirana Turupa Ngata was born at Te Araroa on the East Coast on 3 July He had connections with the leaders of Ngati Porou. His hapu included Te Whanau-a-Te Ao, Ngati Rangi, Te Whanau-a-Karuai and Ngati Rakairoa. Get this from a library! Apirana Ngata. [Kevin Boon] -- The life story of the reknowned Maori leader, M.P., scholar and promoter of Maoritanga. Suggested level: .
Explore books by Apirana Ngata with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ About the book. Sir Āpirana Ngata (; Ngāti Porou) saw the creation of the Māori Battalion as an important way of attaining equality in the future. The Third Article of the Treaty of Waitangi granted Māori the full rights of British citizens and Ngata saw that fighting in the war could be seen as respecting this. Apirana Ngata (–), of Ngāti Porou, was born at Te Araroa on the East Coast. He graduated from Te Aute College, and later completed an MA and a law degree. He was the first Māori to complete a degree at a New Zealand University. Applications for Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarship funding are now open. It’s all about supporting higher education for Māori – which is no surprise given who it’s named after. Sir Āpirana Ngata is well known across New Zealand – after all, some people carry a picture of him around in their wallets regularly.