Hongi hika slaves. The Musket Wars 1818 - 1830s

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    He is wearing a hieke rain cape as a kilt, and has feathers in his hair and beard. A series about the Musket Wars. Part of this sudden realization concerning the undeniable badass credibility of the indigenous Polynesian peoples of this island probably stem from the fact that one of Cook's first encounters with the Maori happened when a pimped-out war canoe I love the idea of "war canoes" by the way rolled up alongside Cook's ship and a couple of skull-crushing tribesmen with gnarly full-face tattoos stood up in their ship and held up a set of perfectly-preserved severed heads they had recently detached from the torsos of a band of almost-equally-hardcore warriors. This watercolour by Joseph Merrett was made around In Hongi went to Sydney, where he met a British dude named Samuel Marsten who was really into Christianity and Jesus and not beheading people all the time, but who also wasn't really equipped to defend his missionaries in their attempts to convert the native population. The old chief said "In olden times a Priest called Maoi said to his people the Nga-puhi just as he died I shall now die, but not many years after my death, a god would come on the water with spirals on its back, the god would be like a canoe, but much larger, and this god would go any where he liked on the open sea, and not be lost, as he would know where ever he was though land could not be seen, and after this god had been away from these Islands for a long time another god would come, which would be like the first god in shape, the first would come with sails, and the other would come with fire.
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    Hongi put the many slaves captured on southern campaigns from to work increasing the yield from his land. While he experimented with wheat and corn, his.We sent some of our people from Te-whau to go on to One-hunga, there were six in this first lot of scouts, soon after these had left us a boy that I had taken a slave in Kai-para ran to me and said "Our spies have fallen in with a woman, have killed, and are now cooking to eat her.
     
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    Hongi Hika (c. – 6 March ) was a New Zealand Māori rangatira (chief) and war and the taua returned in carrying nearly 2, captured slaves.Hongi had encouraged the establishment of the mission - largely because he wanted access to m
     
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    Moriori deaths, Moriori enslaved. The Musket Wars were a series of as many as 3, battles and raids fought throughout New Ngāpuhi chief Hongi Hika in used newly acquired muskets to launch.New Zealand History.
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    When Hongi-hika (smell the barb) and Wai-kato (cutting water) were young they sailed away for England, to obtain guns to get revenge for the many evils that.In Hongi went to Sydney, where he met a British dude named Samuel Marsten who was really into Christianity and Jesus and not beheading people all the time, but who also wasn't really equipped to defend his missionaries in their attempts to convert the native population.
     
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    There they are, loads on their backs carrying food as my slaves. Hongi Hika, future war chief of the Ngapuhi tribe and master of the North and West.Approximately slaves were captured from various villages scattered as far South as Tolaga Bay as well as from his rival tribes located in the Auckland region.
     
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    The news also, that their great enemy, Hongi Hika, had the slaves as a sacrifice to the manes of the child." On April 12th, , the Rev.Initially, the musket was used as a shock weapon, enabling traditional and iron weapons to be used to great effect against a demoralised foe.
     
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    Musket wars overview. All images & media in this story · Hongi Hika's musket.Hongi Hika: Warrior Chief.Forum Hongi hika slaves
     
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    The taua returned in carrying nearly 2, captured slaves. Journey to England, – In Hongi.Hongi Hika, future war chief of the Ngapuhi tribe and master of the North and West areas of the Bay of Islands, was born at some nebulous time in the mid- to lates.
     
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    Ngapuhi chief Hongi Hika is a significant individual that attributed to the the decision to travel down South with the intention of capturing slaves.Those changes greatly complicated later dealings with European settlers wishing to gain land.
     
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    Thousands more were enslaved or became refugees. During Ngāpuhi's part in the Musket Wars Hongi Hika wore armour, (chain mail) which successfully.Download as PDF Printable version.Forum Hongi hika slaves
     
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    Hongi Hika suffered a large defeat at this battle due to the death of his uncle and two brothers.
     
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    Ngapuhi chief Hongi Hika is a significant individual that attributed to the beginning of the Musket Wars, as he made contact with the European visitors, encouraging them to establish a mission at the Bay of Islands.
     
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    Just to prove he was even more hardcore, he cut the tattooed skin off the thigh of one slain enemy, dried it out in the sun, and turned it into an intimidating-looking cartridge box for lugging around his bullets.
     
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    In JanuaryHongi Hika was shot in the chest by the warrior Maratea during a minor engagement in the Hokianga.
     
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    Hongi Hika is a man with a difficult legacy.
     
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    He died inaged in his seventies.
     
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    The party eventually ended for Hongi inwhen he was shot in the lung during a battle.
     
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    As their enemy were far more numerous than themselves, they agreed, that before the dawn of day, one fourth of their number should go and attack, that is rush on to the breast works of the enemy with the long spear as the attacking weapon, and other two fourths of the Nga-puhi; should go round page by the border of the forest, which extended from their camp to the rear of the Tara-naki camp in a half circle, and that while the Tara-naki were engaged in attempting the repulse of the Nga-puhi in front as the Nga-puhi attacked with the Tao-roa long spear the Nga-puhi on the border of the forest were to charge the Tara-naki in the rear, but each of the fourth part of the Nga-puhi were to attack at a different point, while the rest of the Nga-puhi were to hold their camp and act as any emergency might require.Forum Hongi hika slaves
     
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    Then O my children, be brave!
     
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    A large canoe in the foreground, with a standing warrior shaking a taiaha.
     
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    With this new weapon locked and loaded, Hongi's boss was sure he was going to drive all his tribal opponents before him in a haze of blood spray and gunpowder.
     
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    It turns out there was a pretty huge market for smoked disembodied Maori warrior heads back in Europe they used them as lawn ornaments or somethingso this enterprise into capitalism ended up netting Hongi quite a bit of valuable war material.
     
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    He easily established himself as the big shit on New Zealand.
     
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    If you were a Maori you could make a war at once now, by going to the tribe of Papahia and repeating what I have told you, we had not any pretext for going to kill the people we attacked, we went to have a little sport, and to get some men to eat, these wars did not glut our wish for fun and sport nor did we obtain enough human flesh to eat, but on our settling down at Home after these fights we were again impelled by the wish of sport to think of a war to the south of these Islands the war we now contemplated was taken in league with Hongi Hika to obtain revenge for our relatives who had been killed by the Natives of the south, these relatives of ours had been killed, some years before in an expedition which some of our people took to obtain the good mats by exchange for our weapons of war.
     
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    Some of these men were skilled sailors well experienced in the use of muskets in battles at sea.
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    When you see them make war against them.
     
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