Whakapapa - a guide to resources held in the Aotearoa New Zealand Centre

Putunga Hotuku — electronic resources

This page lists electronic resources from around New Zealand.

Whakapapa — Genealogy
Ara Ipurangi mo te Iwi Māori — our starting point for Māori whakapapa information on the internet
Māori of Tamaki Makaurau (Auckland)
Lists marae, iwi and hāpu, maps, whakapapa links and much more.
Marae in Aotearoa
from www.maori.org.nz, listed in alphabetical and place order.
Sources of whakapapa
Collated by Ross Himona
  • Tribal and regional histories
  • Tribal and regional Māori Authorities and organisations
  • Māori Land Court Minutes
  • LDS Genealogical Libraries
  • Manuscripts in libraries
  • Published journals
  • Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages
  • Tribal Whakapapa Ngai Tara, Rangitane, Ngati Ira, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngai Te Whatuiapiti
Te Rawara
The tribal council that represents the interests of 23 marae. Its geographic area is Hokianga to Maungataniwha, down through Victoria Valley river to Maimaru, across from Awanui Bridge west to Te Oneroa a Tohe (the Ninety Mile Beach) at Hukatere then down to Mitimiti and Hokianga.
Whakapapa — Genealogy index
At maori.org.nz
INNZ — Index New Zealand
Contains references to articles in NZ magazines and newspapers, as well as reports, conferences, theses, educational resources and other publications in and about New Zealand and the Pacific. A good source for Māori Information as it indexes a lot of iwi newspapers.
TVNZ Encyclopedia on CD ROM
Contains Māori information useful for whakapapa research.