Story: Taranaki region

Te Ngutu-o-te-manu memorial (5th of 5)

Te Ngutu-o-te-manu memorial

The memorial at Te Ngutu-o-te-manu, north-west of Hāwera, records the names of Pākehā settlers and soldiers who died in the two battles there on 21 August and 7 September 1868, fighting Māori led by Ngāti Ruanui chief Tītokowaru.

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Ron Lambert, 'Taranaki region - Māori–Pākehā conflict', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/26106/te-ngutu-o-te-manu-memorial (accessed 16 October 2019)

Story by Ron Lambert, updated 1 Aug 2015