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Mere Mete Whaanga (February 15, 1848 – May 11, 1944) was a pion...

wikipedia - 08 Nov 2016
Mere Mete Whaanga (February 15, 1848 – May 11, 1944) was a pioneer and missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in New Zealand. She was a leader of the Maori Ngati Kahungunu tribe and helped to spread the gospel in her area after being baptized by American missionaries.
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'Women of Faith in the Latter Days'— Mere Mete Whaanga

Deseret News - 11 May 2014
Editor's note: This is an excerpt from "Women of Faith in the Latter Days, Vol. 3: 1846-1870," edited by Richard E. Turley Jr. and Brittany A. Chapman about Mere Mete Whaanga (1848–1944), written by Marjorie Newton, and the chapter is titled “Her Very ...
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Matakite: the face of vision, the eye that sees, the seer (press release) - 30 Jun 2015
Devonport author and archaeologist David Veart speaks with Mere Whaanga, the current writer in residence at the Michael King Writers' Centre. Whaanga is writing a novel, Legacy of the Seer, about three generations of Maori psychics in rural Hawkes Bay.
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Tidenes monsterbølge på den sørlige halvkule knuste rekorder - 11 May 2018
Durrant mener det er sannsynlig at stormen som ga liv til monsterbølgen, også skapte bølger på over 25 meter, men at bøyen ikke lå i en ideell posisjon for å registrere disse, ifølge nyhetsbyrået AFP. Bøyen, som ble utplassert i mars i år for å ...
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A new Feather in the Cap for the City of Literature - 10 Aug 2017
With a workshop for young writers, activities, stories and songs for the littlest bookworms, author talks and a panel discussions for anyone interested in learning more about the craft of writing and illustrating books for children, an author 'meet and ...
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Is New Zealand discriminating against Muslims? - 05 Dec 2014
Are the occasional would-be extremists who get covered in the New Zealand media, such as Aaron Tahuhu in Christchurch and Te Amorangi Kireka-Whaanga in Hastings, our versions of this Arab Other? And is New Zealand generating its own version of ...

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