The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period: Volume II: The Hauhau Wars, (1864–72)
Sketch by Mr. G. Sherriff, 1881] — Tohu Kakahi After Arrest at Parihaka
Sketch by Mr. G. Sherriff, 1881]
Tohu Kakahi After Arrest at Parihaka
Tohu Kakahi was Te Whiti's fellow-prophet and sometime rival, and had many followers at Parihaka. This drawing shows him in the vehicle in which he and Te Whiti were taken from Parihaka to Pungarehu Camp and New Plymouth on the 5th November, 1881. Tohu's form of worship is still followed by some the Taranaki natives, with Ketemarae as the gathering-place.