2 edition of Maori place names in Buller County. found in the catalog.
Maori place names in Buller County.
G. G. M. Mitchell
Fold. map mounted on p.  of cover.
|LC Classifications||DU430.B8 M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||49013691|
Marian Edgar Buller was born on month day , at birth place, Ohio, to Marion Cassiday Buller and Clara Ann Buller (born Geesin). Marion was born on December 27 , in Logan County, Ohio, USA. Clara was born on June 1 , in Zanesville, Muskingum, Ohio, USA. Joe Buller was born circa , at birth place, North Carolina, to John Buller and Franky Buller. Joe had 5 siblings: Humphrey Buller, Elizabeth Buller and 3 other siblings. . Population figures show growth in most places, and a boom for the Bay of Plenty 22 October Stats NZ reports the population grew an average percent in the year ended June A list of place names in which the type is river. Names. Introduction; Browse Place Names ignore name meanings: This is the name of a historic kingdom and modern county in southeastern England, called Cent in Old English, Cantium in Latin. It is also the name of a .
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Forward --Tama Mokau Te Rangihaeata Kawharu --The Maori language --Greenstone and war --Maps and place names --Place names in Buller Country --MAPS --Map prepared by Thomas Brunner, --Map prepared by H.S. (Henry Skeet), --Map prepared by T.M.
Grant, --Abel Janszoon Tasman's chart, --Maori place names in Buller Country. Genre/Form: Folklore History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mitchell, G.G.M. Maori place names in Buller County. Wellington, N.Z.A.H. & A.W. Reed . Archaeological evidence suggests the first Maori settlers in Buller Kawatiri lived a coastal existence, exploring the mountainous, bush clad areas in search for and trading of pounamu (greenstone).
The first European discovery of the West Coast in sparked an era of exploration, sealing and the search for land and minerals. Book file - Dictionary of Maori place names Date: Feb Mar From: A H & A W Reed Ltd: Records Ref: /08 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Book file - A Dictionary of Maori place names. This widely adopted Maori name in Buller denotes stunted vegetation on swampy ground. On a clear day, Mt. Cook serrates the southern skyline, while the.
The book describes the Horowhenua (up to ), gives details of place-names in the Horowhenua (their location, origin and meaning) and also contains a set of twelve maps drawn by Adkin showing the location places in the Horowhenua.
Beattie, James H. Maori lore of lake, alp and fjord, folklore, fairy tales, traditions and place names of the scenic wonderland of the South Island. BEA Beattie, H. Maori place names of Canterbury. BEA Beattie, H. Maori place names of Otago. BRA Brailsford, Barry. G G M Mitchell, Maori Place Names in Buller County, Wellington, Reed,p 45; R M Mcdowall, The New Zealand Whitebait Book, Wellington, Reed,p McDowall undertook a comprehensive search of the fisheries sources cited in this report.
Overview 1 3 shoals into woven traps. Each trapping method is suited to a local configuration of. Te Aue Davis, He Korero Purakau mo nga taunahanahatanga a nga tupuna = Place names of the ancestors: a Maori oral history atlas, New Zealand Geographic Board, Wellington, A.W.
Reed, The Reed dictionary of New Zealand place names, Reed, The name of the hill (with 85 characters) has also been listed in the Guinness World Records as the longest place name.
Other versions of the name, including longer ones, are also sometimes used. Pronunciation. External audio; Pronunciation of the (character) LINZ version of the name at Kōrero Māori, the Māori.
Westport (Māori: Kawatiri) is a town in the West Coast region of the South Island of New Zealand. Established init is the oldest European settlement on the West ally named Buller, it is on the right bank and at the mouth of the Buller River, close by the prominent headland of Cape is connected via State Highway 6 with Greymouth, kilometres (62 mi) to the.
place names Credit This resource was produced by Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori – Māori Language Commission, Te Puni Kōkiri – Ministry of Māori Development, Te Kāhui Tika Tangata – Human Rights Commission, Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust and Families Commission.
The Buller district is a great and beautiful place to be. With an enviable climate, laid back lifestyle and close community environment, the Buller district is a great place to live, work and visit.
Our square kilometres boasts two national parks, one forest park and two heritage areas, all offering the opportunity to experience peace and. The Maori Chiefs gave a large dinner to all hands, both white and Maori, and a very good dinner they had for this place.
Sucking pig, fowl, beef, plum pudding, fruit pies, etc. After dinner old Tamati Piramana, the Chief rose and all with him and gave the health of the Queen and three hearty cheers.
Known to Maori as Kawatiri—deep and swift—the Buller is the largest river on the West Coast of the South Island, and in flood carries a greater torrent than any other New Zealand river. Although for most of its course Abe river runs in gorges through remote bush-clad mountains, its last few kilometres broaden to a Mississippian expanse.
At Westport, the nation's busiest river port, half a. “Mawhera”, meaning ‘bright running waters’, or ‘widespread river mouth’ in Maori, was the name given to the river and the nearby Pa by the first inhabitants of “Greymouth”. McKane Place. McKane Place recalls the sterling civic work done by A.H.
(Bert) McKane during his years of residence in Cobden. He was also a President of the. Maori Place-names of Canterbury. Dn: ODT and Witness 22cms, original paper covers, VG. KAY Tides of History Bay of Islands County.
Bay of Islands County Council 4 l., p. About 80 people lived there at the end ofin a township known as Buller. The name Westport was proposed for the settlement by J. Richmond inapparently because of its similarity to Westport in County Mayo, Ireland.
At the height of the gold rushes in the population grew to 1, 2 Vols, ,; vi, plus errata and list of plates. 2 frontispieces, 4 plates, folding map, 7 text illustrations. Both volumes in original boards rebacked with gilt titles and gilt 'Heards Library Truro' library labels on front boards and a list of subscribers on endpaper of volume I.
Polack, member of a Jewish family with Australian connections, was in New Zealand between and. From the beginning Kaipara was seen as an attractive place to live by the very earliest Maori settlers, and tradition suggests it has been occupied over nine centuries.
The area was important from a strategic point of view for it was on the routeway for travel to and from the. The statements are both handwritten and typewritten documents, letters and copy books. Many of the statements are in the persons own handwriting, accompanied by a covering letter.
The files contain personal names, place names and business names making them an excellent resource for local or family history research. Tasman Sea Retreat features garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Punakaiki, mi from Fox River Beach.
joe and Patrick are the perfect hosts, they have created a perfect place high on a hill side in a super remote part of the world. beautiful view, good facilities, quiet and romantic.
after a month on the road in north and south island I would put this place in. B Buick, T. Lindsay The French At Akaroa An Adventure In Colonization, New Zealand Book Depot, Wellington,DJ, together with, Place-Names Of Banks Peninsula by Johannes C Andersen, Wheal Buller submitted by Horatio I took 3 photos taken of this stone from 3 different angles and you wouldn't think it was the same stone.
Pointed, rounded and angular depending on which view, pretty strange. The Buller is the major river of the west coast of the South Island and is named after Charles Buller who did much to further the colonisation of New Zealand.
Its Maori name, Kawatiri, is believed to mean “deep and swift”, an appropriate description of the river with the greatest flood discharge in New Zealand.
Map of Buller, New Zealand with street names and local businesses. The focus of the Maori Department is to build a greater interest in, and respect for the use of, Te Reo Maori and Tikanga (Maori practices), as a living language and culture, within BullerHigh School and the wider community.
A New Zealand man who launched a petition to include Aotearoa in the official name of our county has caused some controversy online.
Danny Tahau Jobe has requested in his petition that the House. The longest place name in the world belongs to Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu, New Zealand. It is a Maori word for a hill in the country's North Island.
While some place names in the world are very short, there are places with names that are exceptionally long. How Popular is the name Buller. As a last name Buller was the 7, th most popular name in When was the first name Buller first recorded in the United States.
The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the name Buller is Sunday, December 1st, How unique is the name Buller. From to less than 5. Thomas' second marriage was to Eveline Carantin-Buller circaand they had THREE children of record: Benjamin Buller ( - ), Eugene Buller ( -?), and Homer Buller ( - ).
Thomas passed away inand was laid to rest at the Buller Cemetery one mile north of Elton, Jefferson Davis County, Louisiana.
REFERENCES. A dictionary of Maori place names by A. Reed: The dictionary of New Zealand biography. Volume five, by New Zealand. The Dictionary of New Zealand biography. Volume four, by New Zealand. The Dictionary of New Zealand biography. Volume one, by New Zealand. The Dictionary of New Zealand biography.
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Directory of places in Buller District. Buller District is an administrative entity of lower level in West Coast New Zealand (e.g.
a state, region or larger metropolitan area). To look up a specific place, pick the beginning letter of its name below. Locations are ordered alphabetically. Fun Facts about the name Bulleri. How Popular is the name Bulleri. As a last name Bulleri was theth most popular name in ; How unique is the name Bulleri.
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The Buller family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Buller families were found in the UK in In there were 6 Buller families living in Pennsylvania.
This was about 18% of all the recorded Buller's in the USA. Pennsylvania had the highest population of Buller families in Wilding: This house is named after Antony Wilding. Anthony Wilding was a champion Tennis player from Christchurch, New Zealand and a soldier killed in action during World War was the son of wealthy English immigrants to New Zealand and enjoyed the use of private tennis courts at their home.
If it is Bouillé, and so identical with Bulley 1, the -er(s) may have arisen by analogy with other Norman place names in -ière(s) (see for example Villers). German: nickname for a man with a loud voice, from an agent derivative of Middle High German bullen ‘to roar’ (of imitative origin).
View more surname facts for Buller. The name of the places from the Old Norse word ‘eiki’ meaning ‘oak grove.’ Elden. This is a toponymic name taken from a name of a river or place.
The name comes from the Old Norse word ‘eldr’ meaning ‘fire’ or ‘flame.’ Elstad. This is a toponymic name that comes from the name of several places by this name.Born in 11 Sep and died in 30 Oct La Platte, Nebraska Joseph Buller.GEISELHART German (Silesian, Rare), Ancient Germanic (Lombardic, Rare), Old High German (Rare) Possibly after the Geisel, a river in Saxony-Anhalt, which likely received its name from either the Lombardic patronym Giso, meaning "noble, precious promise" or from the Old High German gewi, from the Gothic gavi, or gaujis, a which is a medieval term for a "region within a country", often a former.