[Māori Trust Archives - Tangihanga of Te Puea Hērangi]

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Tono kōrero mai

Continuation of recordings made at the tangihanga of Princess Te Puea Hērangi
[See also ID257970 and 40501 for other parts of this recording.]

Part 2:
- Kaikōrero: An unidentified Chief Māori Land Court Judge continues his tribute to Te Puea [in English, translated into Māori.]

- An unidentified American speaker (possibly the United States Ambassador) pays tribute to Te Puea. He recalls her hospitality to his countrymen who were in New Zealand during the war. [His speech in English is translated into Māori].

- Unidentified Waikato speaker - speaks in Māori and then in English.

- Two unidentified male speakers.

- Unidentified female speaker [from southern Taranaki, Te Wainui-ā-rua?]

Part 3:
Labour Leader of the Opposition Walter Nash speaks at length in English [translated into Māori]. Recalls the first time Te Puea came to visit him in Parliament and pays tribute to her strength and courage.

- An unidentified Tongan speaker pays respects on behalf of Queen Salote and the government of Tonga. [His speech is translated into English and Māori]

A commentator describes the Ngāruawāhia Pipe Band marching onto the marae playing, while 'Toia mai' is chanted. He describes the pōwhiri welcoming a large party from Ngāpuhi arriving onto Tūrangawaewae Marae. There is a description of the tangi, and lamenting from both sides.

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Year 1952

Reference number 48291

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Māori radio programs
Ethnic radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits Nash, Walter, 1882-1968, Speaker/Kaikōrero

Duration 00:59:10

Date [Oct 1952]

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