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Hone Heke

Hone Heke is considered the principal instigator of the Flagstaff War.

Hone Heke is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Hone Heke books and related discussion.

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EXISTING TRACK: Kerikeri – Hone Heke Walking Track EK04
The Track Strategy 2005. Kent Consulting. EXISTING TRACK: Kerikeri – Hone Heke Walking.
By developing a body of information about Hone Heke Pokai, the renowned Ngapuhi First and foremost, I would like to acknowledge Hone Heke Pokai.
A cast of colourful characters Sample research project findings
Hone Heke is a famous outlaw in New.
February 19, 2011 VIA EMAIL AS NOTED: Committee on
Feb 19, 2011 We, the owners of Hone Heke Corporation, dba Expeditions Ferry write in Hone Heke Corp. offers ferry service between Lanai and Maui.

Suggested News Resources

Hone Heke Tax: Sarkozy and Merkel Pinch Mana Policy
The Mana Movement's proposals for a Hone Heke Tax on financial transactions has big backers in Europe.
Creativity brightens Kaikohe
Do mention the war
[Correct answer: Hone Heke, in 1844, when Russell was still Kororareka] What's the Maori word for greenstone? Well! [Reaches into his pocket] I have my own ponami, erm, pounamu.
Tax Currency Traders
“About time somebody else caught on to the potential of the Hone Heke Tax” said MANA leader, MP Hone Harawira.
Tax Justice: Why NZers are backing no GST on food campaign
The petition also requests that a financial transactions tax - sometimes referred to as a "Robin Hood Tax" or "Hone Heke Tax" - be introduced, which would cover the cost of removing GST from food.

Suggested Web Resources

Hone Heke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hone Heke. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
HEKE POKAI, Hone - Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand
Hone Heke was the son of Kau (brother of the chief Pokai), and of Tupanapana.
Hone Heke
Hone Heke, Maori warrior chief - New Zealand (1807-1850).
Hone Heke |, New Zealand history online
Bay of Islands Nga Puhi chief Hone Heke was an influential Maori voice in favour of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Kawhiti and Hone Heke
Kawiti, Hone Heke, Treaty, Flagpole and Land War. Left the notorious flagpole, Right Kororareka (Belich).

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