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The early history of Tauranga district up to 1882. Includes local Māori history, settler history, battle of Pukehinahina, and massacre of Te Ranga.


Chapters:
Introduction
1 - To the Conquest by Ngāi te Rangi
2 - Incursions from the North
3 - First Missionary Visits
4 - Alfred Nesbit Brown
5 - Founding Te Papa
6 - Beginning of the Ten Years War
7 - Withdrawal from Southern Stations
8 - Peace Efforts
9 - The Return to Te Papa
10 - Anxious Day at Te Papa
11 - Death of Waharoa
12 - Alarms and Excursions
13 - Waikato comes to Tumu
14 - Early Missionary Trials
15 - The Siege of Maketū
16 - Rotorua Peace Overtures
17 - Treachery by Rotorua
18 - The Fall of Ongare
19 - Murder at Mayor island
20 - Touchy Converts
21 - Missionary Influence Grows
22 - Peace with Rotorua
23 - Earning his Testaments
24 - Completion of the Mission House
25 - The Influence of Auckland
26 - False Prophets
27 - The Roman Catholic Mission
28 - Missionary Land Transactions
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