Eramiha Neke Kapua

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Eramiha Neke Kapua (c.1875–7 July 1955) was a New Zealand carver, tohunga and farmer. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngāti Tarāwhai and Te Arawa iwi. He was born in Ruato, Lake Rotoiti, New Zealand on c.1875. His father was Neke Kapua, a carver, and his mother was Mereana Waitere, the elder sister of Tene Waitere, another carver.[1]

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