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Whenua Hou (Codfish Island)

1.   Hinekino Panati (Not to be confused with Hinekino from Moeraki)
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Reason for Interest: Partner of a sealer
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: February 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

2.   Hine Te Ururaki
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Reason for Interest: Partner of a sealer
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: September 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

3.   Meke
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Reason for Interest: Partner of a sealer and whaler
Also associated with: Smoky Beach and Long Harry Bay, Stewart Island
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: September 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

4.   Moggy
Australian Aborigine

Reason for Interest: Partner of a sealer
Also associated with: Mokinui Island, Foveaux Strait
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: February 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

5.     Pipi or Pipa
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Reason for Interest: Partner of a sealer and whaler
Also associated with: Murray River or Otuku and Aparima
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: September 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

6.   Popoia
Iwi:
Kāi Tahu and Kāti Māmoe
Reason for Interest: Partner of a Sealer
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: January 2008
Type of Profile: Biographical Essay

7.   Pura
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Reason for Interest: Partner of a sealer and whaler
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: February 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

8.   Waa
Iwi:
Kāi Tahu
Reason for Interest: Partner of a Sealer
Also associated with: Rakiura (Leasks Bay, Halfmoon Bay)
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: January 2008
Type of Profile: Biographical Essay

9.   Te Wharerimu (In the process of preparation)
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Reason for Interest: Partner of a Sealer
Also associated with: Henley on the Tairei River
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: January 2008
Type of Profile: Biographical Essay

10.   Wharetutu
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Reason for Interest: Partner of a sealer
Also associated with: Murray River or Otuku
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: February 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

Also refer to the entries for Tētē (or Tei Tei) from Moeraki and Puna from Waikouaiti.

 

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