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Text:"..., was set on fire and totally destroyed. Through the interference of the principal chief, TeKeepa, who lives about four miles from the Whakatane Heads, Mr. White’s life and that of his friends were..."
Date:Oct 23 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... OIUllH, Hnperintoniinnt, O. F. and Tleket Agt, »', FllEEll, Tlokol Agent, Itenger Hotel, Hall A1...J...0 Texai.Kent 11 It nic. tengo, Böois, Stationery a n e wspapers, OOMMEBOE STliEET.. ..San Antonio, Te..."
Date:Nov 22 1877
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... on the stage-It pays better." Veg. I asked a man back here about a mile." Weird Funeral of a Maori Chief. Major TeKeepa Kangipuawhe, the gist of the great chiefs of the Aniwa tvibes of New Zealand..."
Date:Nov 30 1905
Publication:Bryan, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Major TeKeepa the last of the great chiefs of the Arawa tribes New who died at the age of has been accorded a remarkably weird funeral at New After his death the Arawa tribes as sembled for the obsequies..."
Date:Nov 3 1905
Publication:Webster City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., and then commenced the destruotion of the vessel, which, after stripping her of every article that wai movable, was set on fire and totally destroyed. Through the interference of the priocipal chief, TeKeepa, who..."
Date:Oct 17 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the principal chief, TeKeepa, who livea About four miles from the'Whaka-tane Heads, Air. 'Rite’s life and that of his friends were miraculously saved; they were taken on by him and left in the charge..."
Date:Oct 21 1865
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... It was TeKeepa, and in his hand was a rifle. Mother was not pleased to jsee her brother, the Bangatira. She had never seen him since she left the pah with her lo.ver. She looked through the window to see..."
Publication:July 16 1892 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Page:11
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Text:"... of her abduction by the Maoris. She was a Maori herself. She married Tom against the will of her tribe, and her brother, TeKeepa, had sworn that she should never live with her husband. But she did..."
Publication:July 9 1892 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Page:33
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Text:"..., oommonoing from the 6th instant lhrou"h the interference of the prinoipal chief TeKeepa, who lires about four miles from the Whakatane Heads, Mr White's life, and that ot his friends were miraculously saved..."
Publication:Aug 24 1865 - Maitland, New South Wales, Australia
Page:3