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Rapaki wahine whakamaumahara memories of the Rapaki Branch Māori Women"s Welfare League

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Published by Canterbury University Press in Christchurch, N.Z .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Māori Women"s Welfare League -- History.,
  • Women, Maori -- Social conditions -- 20th century.,
  • Women, Maori -- New Zealand -- Rapaki -- Interviews.,
  • Women, Maori -- New Zealand -- Rapaki -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementas told to Libby (Elizabeth) Plumridge.
GenreInterviews.
ContributionsPlumridge, Elizabeth., Māori Women"s Welfare League. Rapaki Branch.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDU423.W65 R36 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination72 p. :
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22668127M
ISBN 101877257648
ISBN 109781877257643
LC Control Number2008431090

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Get this from a library! Rapaki wāhine whakamaumahara: memories of the Rapaki Branch, Māori Women's Welfare League. [Elizabeth Plumridge; Te Rōpū Wāhine Māori Toko i te Ora. Rapaki Branch.;] -- For women living in the then isolated rural settlement of Rapaki, on Banks Peninsula, in the middle of the 20th century, the Māori Women's Welfare League was a godsend. I would like to finish by reading an excerpt from the book Rapaki Wahine Whakamaumahara: Memories of the Rapaki branch Māori Women’s Welfare League as told by Dr Libby Plumridge. The comments, which are from an unknown source, state in Māori: Ka Kotuku Rere Ngatahi, haere atu ra haere atu ra, Tapotu ana te ngaru ki Huiamai o Whakarepo. Rapaki Wahine Whakamaumahara Memories of the Rapaki branch Maori Women's Welfare League. Plumridge, Dr Libby. Canterbury University Press. Hauora Maori Standards of Health III. Pomare, Eru (et al) Te Ropu Rangahau Hauora. Legends of the Maori 2 vols. Pomare, Sir Maui ; Cowan, James. Southern Reprints. Rapaki Wahine Whakamaumahara by Libby (Elizabeth) Plumridge and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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