Te Ao Hou
THE MAORI MAGAZINE
|I Remember, Kanarahi Mio||22|
|Huria's Rock, Patricia Grace||23|
|The Highway, Marie Andersen||24|
|The Asylum of Darkness, J Hukatai||55|
|He Whakawhitiwhitinga Nā Te Ford Foundation, Hohepa Taepa||4|
|Human Rights Year||21|
|Chief Judge Retires||25|
|Maoris and Technical Education, Noel Harrison||26|
|Telford Farm Training Institute||28|
|Rapaki Church Centennial||32|
|New Dining Hall at Wairoa||35|
|Maori Language in New Zealand Schools, F. G. B. Keen||48|
|In Support of the All Black's Tour, Eve Magee||54|
|Hawke's Bay Secondary Schools Maori Conference||56|
|Haere Ki O Koutou Tipuna||2|
|People and Places||36|
the minister of maori affairs: The Hon. J. R. Hanan.
editor: Joy Stevenson.
associate editor (Maori text): E. B. Ranapia.
front cover: This picture of Rapaki Church was taken before the ribbon wood tree (houi) planted at the time the church was opened, lost its remaining branches in a storm. The church bell used to hang from a lower branch. Only a stump now remains, and the bell is fixed near the church door.
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