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Maori images 150 years ago

Collection by Richelle Apimaera-Reid

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How to make a manu taratahi – Kites and manu tukutuku – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand Maori Words, Mobiles, Maori Symbols, Flax Weaving, Cultural Crafts, Maori Designs, Moon Activities, Maori Art, Camping Crafts

How to make a manu taratahi

Follow these instructions to make a triangular child’s kite: Figure 1: Lay the feathered toetoe stalks on top of the unfeathered stalk as shown. Bind the stalks together with string. Figure 2: Lace together dry raupō leaves in groups of six. Start at the wide ...

Head and shoulders portrait of an unidentified young Maori woman wearing a korowai (traditional Maori tag cloak). She has a huia tail feather in he. Polynesian People, Polynesian Culture, Polynesian Art, Maori People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Samoan Tattoo, Maori Tattoos, Head & Shoulders

Head and shoulders portrait of an unidentified young Maori woman wearing a korowai (traditional Maori tag cloak). She has a huia tail feather in her hair, and moko on her chin. Some of her long hair is elaborately dressed on top of her head. Photograph taken by William Henry Thomas Partington, ca 1900, probably at Wanganui.

Te Rakau Maori Stick Game - Te Rakau is a traditional Maori stick game played to music. Great for learning rhythm and hand eye coordination and lots of fun for the whole family to play. This hand crafted game is Made in New Zealand and makes a great gift. Childrens Gifts, Kids Gifts, Games To Play, Great Gifts, Traditional, Eye, How To Make, Crafts, Learning

Te Rakau Maori Stick Game

Te Rakau is a traditional Maori stick game played to music. This hand crafted game makes a great gift from New Zealand. Comes with instructions, sheet music