Rekohu and the Moriori
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What is Rekohu?
Contrary to popular belief, Moriori people did not disappear after his death. Hundreds of Moriori descendants now live on Rekohu
Did the Moriori die out?
Hundreds of years ago the Moriori, of the Chatham Islands, took a solemn ... almost two to one, they chose to obey Nunuku Law and did not fight back. ... Many believed that Tommy Solomon, who died in 1933, was the last ..
Who are the Moriori?
The last known Moriori of full descent, Tame Horomona Rehe, later known as Tommy Solomon, died on 19 March 1933. Contrary to popular belief, Moriori people did not disappear after his death. Hundreds of Moriori descendants now live on Rekohu (Chatham Island), throughout New Zealand and around the world.
What was Maui Solomon taught at school about the Moriori?
Hundreds of Moriori descendants now live on Rekohu (Chatham. Island), throughout New ... where there are two primary schools
What did Hinemata do on her holiday?
They went to her marae and had a feast.
Why was the place called the fishing rock?
Rock fishing is fishing from rocky outcrops into the sea. It is a popular pastime in australia and New zealand. It can be a dangerous pastime and claims many lives each year, although this may improve as more fishermen are beginning to wear life jackets.
a newspaper article explaining the history of the moriori
Create a poster that explains the mistake that the 1916 journal article made
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