|Location:||New Zealand / Aotearoa|
|Series:||Tangata Whenua: The People of the Land|
|Description:||The Tuhoe people of the Urewera country have held together and preserved the Ringatu religion founded in the nineteenth century by Te Kooti Rikirangi. At Mataatua meetinghouse, Tuhoe people observe a kaumarua, one of their religious practices. A tribal leader, John Rangihau, takes a group to visit the deserted marae at Maungapohatu, from where the prophet Rua Kenana was taken to prison.|
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