Story: Māori newspapers and magazines – ngā niupepa me ngā moheni

Te Hokioi printing press (2nd of 3)

Te Hokioi printing press

This printing press was used by Pātara Te Tuhi to print the Kīngitanga newspaper Te Hokioi e rere atu na. The press had been brought back to New Zealand by Waikato tribal members Wiremu Toetoe and Hēmara Te Rerehau. The pair had travelled to Austria, where they were trained in printing techniques and gifted the press by Archduke Maximilian. Pātara Te Tuhi was assisted by his brother, Hōnana Maioha, on the newspaper.

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Jane McRae, 'Māori newspapers and magazines – ngā niupepa me ngā moheni - Māori-owned newspapers', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 25 April 2024)

Story by Jane McRae, published 22 Oct 2014