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.
Three unidentified Maori women from Ngai Tuhoe with cloaks and taiaha | National Library of New Zealand
Three unidentified Maori women from Ngai Tuhoe, wearing cloaks. Two wear white feathers in their hair and hold taiaha. Kowhaiwhai patterns can be s...
Waitangi Day Story Book
A story book for New Zealand years 2-4 (aged 6-9) that introduces and explains the Treaty of Waitangi and Waitangi Day in language young children can understand. Ideal for the start of your discussion on Waitangi Day. NOTE: This book does not cover every single thing that happened before, during or after the Treaty was signed. Please look at the preview which features all of the book to see if this resource meets your needs. This 7 page book helps students understand-what the Treaty is-what…
Medicine Wheel: Comparison In Life - Native American Articles
Note: this article is about the Native American Medicine Wheel symbol, color and design as opposed to the physical structure known as the Medicine Wheel