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" Tangua and Tutapu ;* it was in consequence of the arrogance and hatred of Tutapu, who desired to kill Tangiia, and who followed the latter from Tahiti to Mauke Island ; from there Tangiia fled to Atiu Island, to which place Tutapu followed him ; and then... "
Rarotonga Records: Being Extracts from the Papers of the Late Rev. W. Wyatt Gill - Page 49
de William Wyatt Gill - 1916 - 125 pages
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The Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volumes 17 à 20

1908 - 1084 pages
...Tahiti to Mauke Island ; from there Tangiia fled to Atiu Island, to which place Tutapu followed him ; and then Tangiia departed to Aitutaki Island followed...Then Tutapu arrived. Tangiia then departed to the 8.E. (runga — east), and on his arrival at Maketu3 he met with Karika, who was on a war expedition...
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The Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volume 20

Polynesian Society (N.Z.) - 1911 - 340 pages
...Tahiti to Mauke Island ; from there Tangiia fled to Atiu Island, to which place Tutapu followed him ; and then Tangiia departed to Aitutaki Island followed...Then Tutapu arrived. Tangiia then departed to the 8.E. (rvnga — east), and on his arrival at Maketu3 he met with Karika, who was on a war expedition...
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The Social and Political Systems of Central Polynesia, Volume 1

Robert Wood Williamson - 1924 - 494 pages
...pp. 25 sq. 4 Smith, JJ>.S. vol. n, p. 277. * Brown, jf.PS vol. vi, p. 6. According to Gill, Tangiia elected an ariki, or high chief, over his people, named Pa, or Tai-te-ariki, the son of Iro1. Savage refers to the adoption by Tangiia of Iro's son Tai-te-ariki, and to his calling that son...
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The Social and Political Systems of Central Polynesia, Volume 1

Robert Wood Williamson - 1924 - 498 pages
...Ibid. pp. 25 sq. 1 Smith, JPS vol. n, p. 277. * Brown, JP.S. vol. vI, p. 6. According to Gill, Tangiia elected an ariki, or high chief, over his people, named Pa, or Tai-te-ariki, the son of Iro1. Savage refers to the adoption by Tangiia of Iro's son Tai-te-ariki, and to his calling that son...
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