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hei kiingi he whakaaro
Hei Kiingi he Whakaaro
  • The idea of a king which had been around for some time , seems to have attracted much more interest following discussions at various hui during 1853 – 1854. pressures on land were increasing during the early 1850’s and bitter disputes were developing between those who supported pakeha settlement, the land sellers and those who wanted to hold onto their land.
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Hei Kiingi he Whakaaro
  • It was perceived by many that the only way to retain effective control of lands was to assert “chiefly mana” over tribal land and to put tribal land under the mana of a King, there was a great support for the idea of a King among many North Island tribes. The question was who would be the most appropriate person to be given the role?
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Hei Kiingi he Whakaaro
  • Commencement of a King was made by,
  • 1. Matene Te Whiwhi a chief of,
  • Ngati Raukawa, Ngati Koroki, and Ngati Whakaue,
  • 2. Tamehana Te Rauparaha,
  • Ngati Toa Rangatira
  • Who both conceived the idea of making themselves King, but not approved
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Hei Kiingi he Whakaaro
  • 3. Te Kani Takirau of Te Tai Rawhiti
  • 4. Tupaea of Tauranga moana
  • Were offered the position but both declined
  • Several hui were held throughout the motu with the final being at Pukawa.
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Hei Kiingi he Whakaaro
  • The chiefs of Ngati haua and other chiefs of the runanga (council) thought about how they might have laws like the pakeha,and so they thought we ought to have a runanga in Auckland and so they drew up a paper and it was signed by all the chiefs on which Wiremu Tamihana will take to the Native office in Auckland.
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Hei Kiingi he Whakaaro
  • Wiremu went to the Native office in Auckland and waited for (2) days while other pakeha would come in and be attended to even though he was there first. He felt like he was being treated like a dog Wiremu then decided to go to Mangere and talk to Potatau about going back to Waikato remembering it was the pakeha who asked Potatau to come to Auckland
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Hei Kiingi he Whakaaro
  • Wiremu was wanting Potatau to go back to Waikato to consider some tikanga (law) for ourselves and from that time became a firm Kingite and also the installation of Potatau as King. Wiremu visit to Auckland was only one chain of influences leading to his joining the king movement and not an isolated and decisive event.
nga pou o te kingitanga
Nga Pou o te Kingitanga
  • Nga Pou o te Kingitanga were a series of Pataka erected at different places where the King movement had its roots,
  • these are;
  • Taranaki 1853 to mark the formation of the land league which later led to the King movement.
  • Otaki 1854 when Matene Whiwhi and Tamehana decided on an appointment of a King
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Nga Pou o te Kingitanga

3. Whanganui (Pehi Turoa) this Pataka may be at Putiki,

4. Pitoone 1856 (Wi Tako) Pataka (Nuku Tewha Tewha) building supervised by Te Heuheu

5. Wairarapa Pataka possibly Papawai

6. Waiohiki Taradale 1855 by (Tareha to Moanaui)

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Nga Pou o te Kingitanga
  • 7. Hinana ki uta Hinana ki tai Pukawa 1854 opened 1856 Carved Pataka belonging to Te Heuheu the brother of Iwikau,
  • 8. Waikato this Pataka completely carved was thrown in the Waikato awa at then called Waikaremoana (Rangiriri) by Hongi Hika and it is lying there still, it has been left and is tapu.
hitori o te timata te kingitanga
Hitori o te timata te Kingitanga

This introduction starts….1857 at Pukawa under the mana of IwikauTe Heuheu who proclaimed ‘Hinana ki uta, hinana ki tai’ all of Maoridom came together to place their allegiance to the Kingitanga, and then at Haurua Marae Otorohanga where Tukaroto Matutaera Potatau Te Wherowhero accepted the mantle as King of Maoridom` formalised through the ‘Coronation’ at Ngaruawaahia in 1858 - the beginning of Kotahitanga a new era for all Maori.

whakawahinga hei kiingi
Whakawahinga Hei Kiingi
  • Nga Kupu Rarangi mo te whakawahinga
  • “Ka whakawahi a koe e au ki teenei paipera tapu ki to ingoa “
  • Potatau Te Wherowhero Tawhiao Mahuta Te Rata Koroki Te Ataiirangikaahu Tuheitia
raarangi kiingi
Hei Kiingi

Est May 2nd 1858 to 1860

Tukaroto Matutaera

Potatau

Te Wherowhero

Ngaruawahia

Kai Whakawaahi Kiingi, (Kingmaker)

Born 1802/05

Est 1858

Wiremu Tamihana

Tarapipipi

Te Waharoa

Raarangi Kiingi
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Hei kiingi

5th July 1860

to 1894

Potatau Te Wherowhero Matutaera

Tawhiao

Ngaruawahia

Kai Whakawaahi King, (Title change to Tumuaki o te Kingitanga)

Died 27th Dec 1866

Wiremu Tamihana

Tarapipipi

Te Waharoa

Raarangi Kiingi
kingitanga
Kingitanga
  • When King Potatau Te Wherowhero Matutaera Tawhiao became King he created a change of title from Kingmaker to Tumuaki making Tuputaingakawa Premier of Te Kauwhanganui (Maori Parliament) at Maungakawa, in pakeha terms it means Prime Minister of all Maoridom.
  • The Tumuaki was a ‘taha kikokiko’ role established to administer the business affairs of the kingdom.
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Hei Kiingi

14th Sept 1894

to 1912

Potatau

Te Wherowhero Matutaera Tawhiao

Mahuta

Maungakawa

Kai Whakawaahi Kiingi (Tumuaki o te Kingitanga)

Born 1844/1845

Atanatiu Tupu Taingakawa

Te Waharoa

Succeeded 27th Dec 1866

Raarangi Kiingi
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Hei Kiingi

14 Nov 1912

to 1933

Potatau

Te Wherowhero

Matutaera

Tawhiao Mahuta

Te Rata

Waahi Pa

Kai Whakawaahi King, (Tumuaki)

Died 24th June 1929

Atanatiu Tupu Taingakawa

Te Waharoa

Raarangi Kiingi
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Hei Kiingi

8th Oct 1933

to 1966

Potatau

Te Wherowhero

Matutaera

Tawhiao Mahuta

Te Rata Koroki

Turangawaewae

Kai Whakawaahi King, (Tumuaki) (Noho puku)

24th June 1929

Tarapipipi Tuputaingakawa

Tarapipipi

Successor

Wiremu Tamihana Tarapipipi (Tawhi)

Raarangi Kiingi
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Kingitanga
  • When Tarapipipi became the Tumuaki as it was named then that Princess Tupuea advised King Te Rata to remove the speaking rights of the Tumuaki hence the placing of “noho puku”, and so the role of the Tumuaki became only a ceremonial role.
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Te Arikinui

23rd May 1966

to 2006

Potatau Te Wherowhero

Matutaera

Tawhiao Mahuta

Te Rata Koroki

Te Ataiirangikaahu

Turangawaewae

Kai Whakawaahi King (Tumuaki o te Kingitanga)

Successor’s

Te Waharoa Tarapipipi

Tamihana

to 1972

Tahiwaru Tarapipipi

Tamihana

Raarangi Kiingi
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Te Arikinui Te Ataiirangikaahu

Kai Whakawaahi King (Tumuaki)

1972 to 1976

Ranginui Wiripoai

Tarapipipi Tamihana

1976 to 2000

Wiripoai Tarapipipi

Tamihana

Raarangi Kiingi
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Te Arikinui Te Ataiirangikaahu

Kai Whakawaahi King, (Tumuaki o te Kingitanga)

2000

Anaru Tarapipipi Wiripoai

Te Awaitaia Tamihana

Raarangi Kiingi
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Raarangi Kiingi
  • Hei Kingi
  • 21st August 2006
  • Potatau Te Wherowhero Tawhiao Mahuta Te Rata Koroki Te Ataiirangikaahu Tuheitia
  • Kai Whakawahi Kiingi
  • (Tumuaki o te Kingitanga)
  • Anaru Tarapipipi Wiripoai Te Awaitaia Tamihana
tuwheratanga
Tuwheratanga
  • Travelled to Pukawa Marae ki Taupo to open their Whare Kai “Waiparemo” and Tupuna Whare “Manunui a Ruakapanga”

The significance of this day was the union of Rangatira bloodlines and the consolidation of whakapapa for Tuwharetoa and also comemoration of the beginning of the Kingitanga

nga rangatira o pukawa
Nga Rangatira o Pukawa
  • King Potatau Te Wherowhero
  • Iwikau Tukino Te Heuheu
  • Wiremu Tamihana Tarapipipi
  • 1858 installation of the Kingitanga
  • King Tuheitia
  • Tumu Iwikau Tukino Te Heuheu 3rd
  • Anaru Tarapipipi
  • Visit Nov 16th 2006 (148yrs of Kingitanga)