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Chazal, Antoine, :N[ouvel]le-Zelande. No or Nz History, Ancient History, Once Were Warriors, Maori Symbols, Primitive Technology, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art, Amazing Drawings

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Antoine Chazal: 28 artifacts brought to France by Duperrey from the Bay of Islands in 1824. 2 axes, a patu and 3 mere, a fork made from a bone of Korokoro, Chief of Kahouwera Pa, a feeding tube, 4 flutes, a comb, 4 fish hooks, an oar, 2 carved waka huia, a kumete or bowl, a bailer, a tiki, earrings other small adornments, and a carved stick.

Mr Rere Nicolson of Ngati Raukawa during the Armistice celebrations in Levin, 13 Nov Shows him standing on the street wearing Maori cloaks an. Historical Tattoos, Historical Photos, Hawaiian Tribal, Hawaiian Tattoo, Maori Tribe, Nz History, Maori People, History Tattoos, Armistice Day

Rere Nicholson during the Armistice celebrations in Levin | National Library of New Zealand

Rere Nicolson of Ngati Raukawa during the Armistice celebrations in Levin, 13 Nov 1918, by George Leslie Adkin. #Maori

Governments always fuck the country up. Filipino Tribal Tattoos, Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos, Dee Day, Nz History, Polynesian People, Cross Tattoo For Men, Maori Designs, Nordic Tattoo, Kiwiana

Māori land loss: North Island

This series of maps shows the transfer of ownership of Māori land in the North Island between 1860 and 1939. In this period the great bulk of Māori land passed out of tribal ownership. In most cases this was through large sales to the Crown, some of which were later disputed – or ...

"Anaha Kepa Te Rahui is second from right in this Tourist Department photograph, taken probably after The gentleman from left looks like a young Kepa Ehau Polynesian People, Maori People, Workshop Plans, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Ancient Architecture, Historical Pictures, People Of The World

Te Rāhui, Ānaha Kēpa

"Anaha Kepa Te Rahui is second from right in this Tourist Department photograph, taken probably after 1901." The gentleman 2nd from left looks like a young Kepa Ehau

Portrait of nine Maori men, including Waata Hipango and Takarangi Metekingi, and two Europeans - Photograph taken by William Henry Thomas Partington Maori People, Tribal People, European Men, European Dress, Maori Tribe, Henry Thomas, Maori Designs, National Symbols, Maori Art

Portrait of nine Maori men, including Waata Hipango and Takarangi Metekingi, and two Europeans - Photograph taken by William Henry Thomas Partington | National Library of New Zealand

Portrait of nine Maori men, including Waata Hipango and Takarangi Metekingi, and two Europeans - Photograph taken by William Henry Thomas Partington

Maori group who visited England with William Jenkins in From left to… Nz History, Family History, Maori Tattoo Meanings, Maori Tattoos, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Old Photos

A little bit of family history

As a young girl my Grandfather used to tell us the story of our great, great, great Grandfather Kamariera Te Hau Takiri Wharepapa, the Maori Chief who went to England to meet Queen Victoria and mar…

dog tax war in new zealand 1890 images Maori People, Maori Designs, Indigenous Tribes, National Symbols, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Edwardian Era, Military History, New Zealand

Whanganui Māori and the Moutoa flag

Whanganui women settlers made a 2.5-metre-long white silk flag to present to local Māori at the unveiling of the memorial to the defenders at Moutoa Island. This photograph was probably taken some time after 1897.

Kamariera Te Hautakiri Wharepapa (right) and Kihirini Te Tuahu (with tewhatewha) during their trip tp London, Photo by Vernon Heath. Maori Tattoo Meanings, Polynesian People, Maori People, Warrior Drawing, English Girls, Maori Designs, National Symbols, Maori Art, History Photos

A little bit of family history

As a young girl my Grandfather used to tell us the story of our great, great, great Grandfather Kamariera Te Hau Takiri Wharepapa, the Maori Chief who went to England to meet Queen Victoria and mar…

Group outside a whare at the New Zealand International Exhibition in Christchurch Polynesian People, Maori People, West Papua, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Portrait Art, Portraits, Best Artist

Group outside a whare at the New Zealand International Exhibition in Christchurch | National Library of New Zealand

Group outside a whare at the New Zealand International Exhibition in Christchurch

Enos Pegler - Making kits for the visitors at King Tawhiao's tangi Maori People, Tribal People, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Polynesian People, Maori Art, Weaving Techniques, The Visitors, Death Metal

Making kits for the visitors at King Tawhiao's tangi

Enos Pegler - Making kits for the visitors at King Tawhiao's tangi

The photograph was taken in 1948 near the outlet of Wairewa, where eels are still caught and dried. New Zealand Nz History, Black History Facts, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Polynesian People

Drying eels

There are two species of freshwater eel, which were an important part of the Māori diet before European settlement. In the South Island, eels were abundant in neighbouring lakes, Wairewa and Te Waihora (later known as Lakes Forsyth and Ellesmere). Māori ...

A Good Catch: 1910 "Maori woman with a catch of fish on the Northland coast." Glass negative by Arthur James Northwood Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Nz History, Image Of Fish

Maori woman with a catch of fish, Northland Region | National Library of New Zealand

Maori woman with a catch of fish, Northland Region c1910

Parihaka by Josiah Martin, [ca School Book Covers, Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori People, College Classes, Peaceful Protest, Maori Art, The 5th Of November, Great Photos

Commemorating peaceful protest – Parihaka

Human beings. We can be a bit disappointing sometimes can’t we? We’re often very easily swayed by things that are bright and shiny rather than other more meaningful things. Take for ins…

Early New Zealand Photographers: Hinemihi meeting house at Te Wairoa, after the Mt Tarawera eruption Nz History, Local History, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, Auckland New Zealand, Castle Wall, Maori Art, Religious Studies, Kiwiana

Hinemihi after the eruption

Hinemihi meeting house at Te Wairoa is half-buried after Mt Tarawera erupted in 1886. Over 100 people were killed, and the misery of the local people was compounded by the adverse effects on the tourist industry. Ironically, Te Wairoa is now a tourist attraction known as the Buried Village.

Morgan, Jack : Oihi Bay, Christmas Day Samuel Marsden preaching the first sermon to Maori Polynesian People, Polynesian Culture, Maori Words, Sermon Illustrations, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art, Folk Music, Christmas Wishes

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Morgan, Jack :Oihi Bay, Christmas Day 1814; Samuel Marsden preaching the first sermon to the Maoris.