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midnight-gallery: “ Māori Tā Moko face marking was a sacred practice among the indigenous tribes of New Zealand. Each moko design was unique to each individual, (no two designs were ever the same as...
Image from page 140 of "The conversion of the Maoris" (1899)
Identifier: conversionofmao00macd Title: The conversion of the Maoris Year: 1899 (1890s) Authors: MacDougall, Donald, 1856?-1920 Subjects: Missions, New Zealand Maoris Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa., Presbyterian board of publication and Sabbath-school work Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book…
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Maori Chief, Rueti Watea (1912)
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Ihaka Whaanga - Kakahu inside out and upside down, because of the Pākeha preference to see taniko. Cracks me up now whenever I see Māori at graduation wearing their kākau like this.
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.
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.
How traditional Maori face tattoos called Moko describe without words
Striking images, taken by New Zealand's first ever photographer, Elizabeth Pulman, depict the way of life of the Maori, including their unique method of tattooing the face called ta moko, shown.
Rere Nicholson during the Armistice celebrations in Levin | National Library of New Zealand
Mr Rere Nicolson of Ngati Raukawa during the Armistice celebrations in Levin, 13 Nov 1918. Shows him standing on the street wearing Maori cloaks an...