Principle Maori Tribes of NZ before signing The Treaty of Waitangi


RESOURCE: 1949 Te Rangi Hiroa, Sir Peter Buck (K.C.M.G., D.S.O., M.A., Litt.D., M.D., Ch.B.)., "The Coming of the Maori"., (1949)., Whitcombe & Tombes Ltd., Chch., pg 337.


Tribes from the First (maori) Settlers:-


Tribes from the Second (maori) Settlers:

Tribal Divisions in the Time of Toi-te-hua-tahi/Toi-kai-rakau

(Te Matorohanga - East Coast school of learning) Some of the tribes below used the prefix of 'Ngati', which has been omitted:-


Tribal Divisions after the Time of Toi-te-hua-tahi/Toi-kai-rakau

* Toi-kai-rakau's grandson - Awanui-a-rangi:

* Whatonga's son - Tara: * Whatonga's grandson - Rangitane (*either from Kurahaupo (11225), or more likely, the Kurahaupo (1350)):

Principal Maori Tribes resulting from the Main Fleet 1350 AD:-


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