With them the recollections of bush-marches and ambuscades and storming of hauhau stockades are still fresh and vivid.
It was fortunate that this hauhau ambuscade had been unmasked.
The rescue of Hunter's body from the hauhau tomahawks, under a heavy fire, was a gallant piece of work.
A hauhau camp; perhaps some hunting-party cooking their morning meal.
No quarter was given to any hauhau warrior, and no hauhau thought of asking for any mercy.
The Maori explained that it was an ahi tapu, a sacred fire, used in the hauhau war-rites.
In single file the hauhau soldiers struck into the black woods.
Tito te Hanataua was one of the priests of the Niu, and he led his tribe in the services after the hauhau religion.
The hauhau war-chief's mana-tapu was gone, and there was nothing for it but to fly to the depths of the wilderness.
Besides being a hauhau "prophet," he was a tohunga, or priest, of the ancient Maori religion.