Tikanga Maori cultural, spiritual and historical values of the Waiau River : a report for the Iwi Task Group of the Waiau River Working Party / Susan Corry and Rachel Puentener.

By: Corry, Susan A. (Susan Alene), 1968-.
Contributor(s): Puentener, Rachel, 1969- | Waiau Working Party (Southland, N.Z.) Iwi Task Group | Southland (N.Z.). Regional Council. Waiau Working Party.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Report to the Waiau River Working Party.Publisher: [Invercargill, N.Z.] : [Southland Regional Council], 1993Description: iii, 73 pages : illustrations, maps ; 30 cm.Subject(s): WAIAU RIVER (SOUTHLAND) | RIVERS | HISTORY | MĀORI CULTURE | CUSTOMS | LAND USE | CULTURAL VALUES | SOUTHLAND | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: GRETA POINT: 556.53(931.353) COR
Contents:
INTRODUCTION -- 1.0 SPIRITUAL VALUES OF THE MAORI -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Whakapapa of Creation -- 1.3 Whaikorero and Turangawaewae -- 1.4 The Personification of Nature -- 1.5 Mauri and Wairua -- 1.6 Human Use of the Environment -- 1.7 Care and Respect for the Environment -- 1.7.1 Kaitiakitanga -- 1.7.2 Rahui and Tapu -- 1.7.3 Karakia -- 1.8 The Mauri of the Waiau River -- 2.0 HISTORICAL RECORDS OF MAORI OCCUPATION IN MURIHIKU -- 2.1 The People of Te Waipounama -- 2.1.1 Waitaha -- 2.1.2 Ngati Mamoe -- 2.1.3 Ngai Tahu -- 2.2 Takitimu Canoe -- 2.3 The Significance of Maori Place-Names -- 2.4 Archaeological Evidence of Occupation -- 2.5 Early European Records of the Waiau Region -- 2.5.1 John Boutlbee -- 2.5.2 Early Explorers and Surveyors -- 2.5.3 Mantell’s Observations -- 2.6 Population Changes -- 2.7 Summary of Historical Evidence -- 3.0 CULTURAL USES: MAHINGA KAI -- 3.1 Mahinga Kai: A Taonga of the People -- 3.2 Murihiku: A Mobile Population -- 3.3 The Abundance of Mahinga Kai in the Waiau Region -- 3.4 Seasonal Patterns of Use -- 3.5 The Importance of Preserving Food -- 3.6 Settlement Patterns -- 3.7 Access Rights to Mahinga kai -- 3.8 Trade and Exchange of Mahinga Kai -- 3.9 Some Examples of Mahinga Kai -- 3.9.1 Introduction -- 3.9.2 Kai Awa -- 3.9.3 Kai Moana -- 3.9.4 Kai Roto -- 3.10 Affects of Post European Changes -- 4.0 CONCLUDING STATEMENTS -- 4.1 What Does This All Mean Today? -- 4.2 Present Concerns of the Mana Whenua -- 4.3 Recommendations -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- LIST OF FIGURES -- Figure 1. Whakapapa Genealogy -- Figure 2. Map of Maori Place- Names -- Figure 3. Map of Archaeological Sites -- Figure 4. Time Line of Events -- Figure 5. Pahi Kainga, Drawing by John Boutlbee -- Figure 6. Shortland’s Map of Southern Districts 1851 -- Figure 7. Map of Route Followed by Nairns & Stephens -- Figure 8. Seasonal Calendar -- Figure 9. Map of Settlement Patterns -- Figure 10. Map Showing Pounamu Routes -- LIST OF APPENDICES -- Appendix One: Glossary of Maori Terms -- Appendix Two: Dialect Differences -- Appendix Three: List of Maori Place-Names -- Appendix Four: Documented Archaeological Sites -- Appendix Five: Ngai Tahu Waahi Taonga Codes -- Appendix Six: Mahinga Kai Lists.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 50-52).

INTRODUCTION -- 1.0 SPIRITUAL VALUES OF THE MAORI -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Whakapapa of Creation -- 1.3 Whaikorero and Turangawaewae -- 1.4 The Personification of Nature -- 1.5 Mauri and Wairua -- 1.6 Human Use of the Environment -- 1.7 Care and Respect for the Environment -- 1.7.1 Kaitiakitanga -- 1.7.2 Rahui and Tapu -- 1.7.3 Karakia -- 1.8 The Mauri of the Waiau River -- 2.0 HISTORICAL RECORDS OF MAORI OCCUPATION IN MURIHIKU -- 2.1 The People of Te Waipounama -- 2.1.1 Waitaha -- 2.1.2 Ngati Mamoe -- 2.1.3 Ngai Tahu -- 2.2 Takitimu Canoe -- 2.3 The Significance of Maori Place-Names -- 2.4 Archaeological Evidence of Occupation -- 2.5 Early European Records of the Waiau Region -- 2.5.1 John Boutlbee -- 2.5.2 Early Explorers and Surveyors -- 2.5.3 Mantell’s Observations -- 2.6 Population Changes -- 2.7 Summary of Historical Evidence -- 3.0 CULTURAL USES: MAHINGA KAI -- 3.1 Mahinga Kai: A Taonga of the People -- 3.2 Murihiku: A Mobile Population -- 3.3 The Abundance of Mahinga Kai in the Waiau Region -- 3.4 Seasonal Patterns of Use -- 3.5 The Importance of Preserving Food -- 3.6 Settlement Patterns -- 3.7 Access Rights to Mahinga kai -- 3.8 Trade and Exchange of Mahinga Kai -- 3.9 Some Examples of Mahinga Kai -- 3.9.1 Introduction -- 3.9.2 Kai Awa -- 3.9.3 Kai Moana -- 3.9.4 Kai Roto -- 3.10 Affects of Post European Changes -- 4.0 CONCLUDING STATEMENTS -- 4.1 What Does This All Mean Today? -- 4.2 Present Concerns of the Mana Whenua -- 4.3 Recommendations -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- LIST OF FIGURES -- Figure 1. Whakapapa Genealogy -- Figure 2. Map of Maori Place- Names -- Figure 3. Map of Archaeological Sites -- Figure 4. Time Line of Events -- Figure 5. Pahi Kainga, Drawing by John Boutlbee -- Figure 6. Shortland’s Map of Southern Districts 1851 -- Figure 7. Map of Route Followed by Nairns & Stephens -- Figure 8. Seasonal Calendar -- Figure 9. Map of Settlement Patterns -- Figure 10. Map Showing Pounamu Routes -- LIST OF APPENDICES -- Appendix One: Glossary of Maori Terms -- Appendix Two: Dialect Differences -- Appendix Three: List of Maori Place-Names -- Appendix Four: Documented Archaeological Sites -- Appendix Five: Ngai Tahu Waahi Taonga Codes -- Appendix Six: Mahinga Kai Lists.

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