Pei Te Hurinui Jones New Zealander Writer
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9th September, 1898
Harataunga, Thames/Coromandel, New Zealand
7th May, 1976
Pei Te Hurinui Jones (9 September 1898 – 7 May 1976) was a New Zealand Ngati Maniapoto leader, interpreter, land officer, writer, translator and genealogist. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngati Maniapoto iwi. He was born in Harataunga, Thames/Coromandel, New Zealand on 9 September 1898. Pei had very limited formal education and was largely self-taught. The famous Waikato Kingitanga leader, Te Puea, referred to Pei and his brother Mick as "those bloody Hurai" (Jews), as their father, Daniel Lewis, was Jewish.
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