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Everything flows from the mountain, through the river. Then the people settle, so this is the order in which we say our mini. Below is the template we have used to write our mihi's. School Resources, Learning Resources, Learning Stories, Maori Songs, Treaty Of Waitangi, Waitangi Day, Maori Patterns, Single Sein, Primary Teaching

Writing a Mihi

Everything flows from the mountain, through the river. Then the people settle, so this is the order in which we say our mini. Below is the template we have used to write our mihi's.

Queen Aotea, third wife of King Tawhiao, mother of Puahaere. Maori Face Tattoo, Samoan Tattoo, Maori Tribe, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, Aboriginal People, Maori Art, Portrait Art

THE TREASURY James Mackay, Chieftainess Puahaere

The Treasury, Thames, New Zealand

Portrait of Tamata Waka posed with axe-headed spear next to a superimposed bloody head on a pedestal. Maori People, Tribal People, Maori Face Tattoo, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori Art, Historical Pictures, Weird World, People Of The World

24588 | Page 1 of 1 | Items | National Library of New Zealand | National Library of New Zealand

Manuscripts & pictorial collections from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

Foy Brothers (Thames): Unidentified Maori woman with huia feathers in her hair, Thames district, Maori People, Tribal People, Auckland, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Photographs, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori Designs

THE TREASURY James Mackay, Chieftainess Puahaere

The Treasury, Thames, New Zealand

Foy Brothers (Thames): Unidentified Maori woman with huia feathers in her hair, Thames district, Maori People, Tribal People, Auckland, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Photographs, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori Designs

THE TREASURY James Mackay, Chieftainess Puahaere

The Treasury, Thames, New Zealand

Maori man fron Hawkes Bay district, photographed in the by Samuel Carnell of Napier. Maori Face Tattoo, Ta Moko Tattoo, Maori Tattoos, Neck Tattoos, Sleeve Tattoos, Tattoo Ink, Arm Tattoo, Borneo Tattoos, Thai Tattoo

44 Captivating Native Maori Portraits From 19th Century New Zealand - Flashbak

In 1815, the first British missionaries arrived in Aotearoa (land of the long white cloud). Dubbed Nieuw Zeeland by adventurer Abel Tasman Nieuw Zeeland, after the Dutch province of Zeeland, the country would be changed in 1840 when the British and many Maori tribes signed the Treaty of Waitangi.

In 1884 Tawhiao I, leader of the Waikato tribes and the second Maori "King" (Matutaera Te Pukepuke Te Paue Te Karato Te-a-Potatau Tawhiao) traveled to London to try and persuade Queen Victoria to honor the Treaty of Waitangi. Upon arrival, the Queen refused to meet with him, and instead Lord Derby, Secretary of State for the Colonies, met him and said it was a New Zealand problem. We're still fighting to have the treaty honoured. Treaty Of Waitangi, Ta Moko Tattoo, Waitangi Day, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Art, Portrait Art, Portraits, Teaching History

In 1884 Tawhiao I, leader of the Waikato tribes and the second Maori "King" (Matutaera Te Pukepuke Te Paue Te Karato Te-a-Potatau Tawhiao) traveled to London to try and persuade Queen Victoria to honor the Treaty of Waitangi. Upon arrival, the Queen refused to meet with him, and instead Lord Derby, Secretary of State for the Colonies, met him and said it was a New Zealand problem. We're still fighting to have the treaty honoured.

Kuia Mau Moko: photographs by Marti Friedlander, an exhibition on Maori tattooing Documentary Photographers, Portrait Photographers, Portraits, Polynesian People, Maori People, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Maui, Art Museum

Marti Friedlander: 'At this time of your life, everything is courage'

Marti Friedlander, whose photographs held up a mirror to New Zealand, is saying goodbye. But you're not allowed to feel sorry for her.

Standing is James Mackay Snr's daughter, Parearohi (Arihia) aged Seated is Mackay's wife, Puahaere with their son Ngawini. The photo was taken in the same year that James Mackay and Puahaere separated. Maori People, Tribal People, Maori Words, Maori Art, Bone Carving, Photo Look, Historical Photos, Old Photos

THE TREASURY James Mackay, Chieftainess Puahaere

The Treasury, Thames, New Zealand

Photo from a new book in our Maori collection on the floor - Women's Health League: Memories This hui was at Tunohopu Marae, Ohinemutu, in WOM Rotorua New Zealand, Polynesian People, Maori Art, Historical Images, Local History, 2nd Floor, Where The Heart Is, Women's Health, Maui

Photo from a new book in our Maori collection on the 2nd floor - Women's Health League: Memories 1937-2012. This hui was at Tunohopu Marae, Ohinemutu, in 1937. 362.1 WOM