negative (black and white) | British Museum
Negative (black and white); a Tūhoe woman sitting on a mat, one which she has herself woven, on the ground outdoors; she is weaving a kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) on a turuturu (loom); she wears a headscarf and shirt made of patterned cloth, and a skirt made of woven plant fibre; Ruatoki, New Zealand. Photographic Process
The beautiful church of Rangiātea at Ōtaki, on the Kāpiti Coast, was built between 1844 and 1851. Ōtaki was the site of a Church Missionary Society mission headed by Octavius Hadfield. He had a close relationship with the Māori people, and the chief Te Rauparaha led the building of the ...