Story: Te Ānaua, Hōri Kīngi

Hōri Kīngi Te Ānaua (left), John White (centre), and Te Ua Haumēne (right), 1860s

Hōri Kīngi Te Ānaua (left), John White (centre), and Te Ua Haumēne (right), 1860s

Between October 1862 and April 1865 John White was resident magistrate for the Wanganui region; during this time he was in contact with Te Ua Haumēne, who lived for a time at Pakaraka, and Hōri Kīngi Te Ānaua, a Wanganui leader and government official.

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Steven Oliver. 'Te Ānaua, Hōri Kīngi', Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 1990. Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, https://teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/1t24/te-anaua-hori-kingi (accessed 4 December 2021)