2 edition of Te Whiti found in the catalog.
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Te Whiti and Tohu died within a few months of each other in The white albatross feather, which Te Whiti’s followers adopted as a symbol protecting the mana of the Parihaka settlement, remains an enduring emblem among Te Āti Awa. Adapted from the DNZB biography by Danny Keenan. Read the full entry in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography.
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Te Whiti-o-Rongomai III was a descendant of both Awanuiārangi, the founder of Te Āti Awa of Taranaki, and Tahuaoariki. More directly, he was descended from Te Rangiāpitirua, paramount chief of Te Āti Awa, and Korotaia. His favourite book was said to be Revelation, in contrast to Te Kooti, who favoured the books of the Old Testament.
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