- August 1884 Te Whiti and Tohu began a new campaign to publicise the loss of their land.
- They held large protest marches across Taranaki.
- In July 1886 another campaign emerged where Māori entered Settler farms and set up thatched huts.
- Te Whiti was arrested twice more for various charges including accessory to forcible entry, riot and malicious injury to property.
- Parihaka was rebuilt beginning in1889.
- By 1896, systems of water supply and electric lighting had been introduced at a time when even the city of Wellington was without electricity.
- Government still viewed it with scorn, Seddon claimed Parihaka encouraged Māori to led “lazy and dissolute” lives. He vowed to destroy “this communism that now existed.”
- Te Whiti and Tohu both died in 1907, but the faith they established and the spirit they engendered has survived them to this day.