Te Pahi

Some articles on te pahi, te:

1810 In New Zealand - Events
... Edinburgh, drafts a letter to Governor Macquaruie, which blames the Boyd massacre on Te Pahi. 26 March – 5 ships, having heard the story of the Boyd from a local woman, attack Te Pahi’s pa on Te Puna island ... Approximately 60 Māori are killed and Te Pahi is wounded (he dies a few weeks later) ...
1805 In New Zealand - Events
... King has given Maa-Tara tools and other gifts for his father Te Pahi ... After collecting animals at Norfolk Island for Te Pahi she lands Maa-Tara and the animals at the Bay of Islands ... Mid-September – Te Pahi and four of his sons board the Venus intending to thank in person both Acting Commandant Piper at Norfolk Island and Governor King for the animals they have been sent ...
1806 In New Zealand - Events
... 25 February – The Lady Nelson leaves Port Jackson to return Te Pahi and his sons to the Bay of Islands ... Te Pahi has been given bricks and a frame for a European house, and other goods ... During the journey Te Pahi becomes ill and is nursed by ex-convict George Bruce ...
1808 In New Zealand - Events
... Late May/June – Te Pahi, with three of his sons, travels to Port Jackson on the Commerce to complain to Governor of New South Wales Bligh about the ... Te Pahi arrives ill and is unable to meet Governor Bligh formally in any case as the latter is under house arrest. 26 September – Te Pahi returns to the Bay of Islands on the Commerce ...