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The Moko Kauae are a group of Maori women who live in New Zealand. Traditionally, these women give themselves chin tattoos which are supposed to represent t African American History, Native American Indians, American Women, Polynesian People, Polynesian Culture, Maori People, Black Indians, Maori Art, Black History Facts

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Mrs J A Jury and two other women, who are possibly kin to Mrs jury in some way; the women have combed their long hair out, are wearing traditional ...

Full length portrait of Hoani Te Whatahoro Jury wearing a kahu huruhuru (Maori feather cloak) and holding a patu (Maori short weapon). He stands by a wooden Maori carving. Antique Photos, Old Photos, Waitangi Day, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, Aboriginal Culture, Nz Art, Maori Art
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Whytangi, Wai Celebrate the Treaty?

Ka tangi te tītī The mutton bird cries Ka tangi te kākā The parrot cries Ka tangi hoki ahau I also cry Tihei mauri ora Behold there is life Every year New Zealand celebrates The Treaty,…

At school Katherine fell in love with a beautiful Maori girl, Maata, who became the heroine of one of her early, unfinished, novels. John Middleton, Maori Tribe, Katherine Mansfield, Duncan, Short Stories, New Zealand, Writer, Novels, Batman
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At school Katherine fell in love with a beautiful Maori girl, Maata, who became the heroine of one of her early, unfinished, novels.

Giclee Print: Maori Family, New Zealand, circa Art Print by New Zealander Photographer : photography photoshop art photo tutorial fine art fine art photography how to bh photo adobe Maori Tribe, Polynesian People, Maori People, Black History Books, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Fine Art Photography
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Wairarapa Maori at Mangakuta Pa, near Masterton

James Bragge - Wairarapa Maori at Mangakuta Pa, near Masterton

Photograph of a group of Maori women, with a boy standing on either side of the group; some of the women are wearing traditional Maori clothing (pi. Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Art, New Zealand, Portrait, News, Group, Image, Women
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At this time the local Māori were in the process of settling a dispute with the Government over the Wairarapa Moana. Women had had a long history of involvement in land issues in this area. In 1889 Pākehā county council workers attempted to reduce the level of the lake by digging an opening to the sea. Local Māori women sat on their shovels and stopped them from carrying out the work. Te Kotahitanga met twice at Pāpāwai; in 1897 and again in 1898. It was reported that equal numbers of men… Barbara Bush, Do Anything, Things To Know, The Locals, Feminism, New Zealand, Past, Numbers, Sea
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Hamuera Tamahau Mahupuku, seated on the right, (1842-14 January 1904) was a New Zealand tribal leader, runholder, assessor and newspaper proprietor. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngāti Kahungunu iwi. He was born in the Wairarapa, New Zealand (either at Rangataua, near Longbush, or at Pahaoamy) in c.1842 Maori People, Newspaper, New Zealand, Past, Cool Stuff, January, Past Tense, Maori, Journaling File System
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Hamuera Tamahau Mahupuku

Hamuera Tamahau Mahupuku, seated on the right, (1842-14 January 1904) was a New Zealand tribal leader, runholder, assessor and newspaper proprietor. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngāti Kahungunu iwi. He was born in the Wairarapa, New Zealand (either at Rangataua, near Longbush, or at Pahaoamy) in c.1842

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Te tango whenua – Māori land alienation

Land has been alienated from Māori in a variety of ways. Some was sold to the government or other buyers, often for very low prices; other areas were confiscated after the New Zealand wars and used for Pākehā settlement. The Native Land Court converted customary title to freehold, often ...

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The opening of the Māori Parliament at Pāpāwai, Greytown in with Richard Seddon in attendance. Treaty Of Waitangi, Polynesian People, Maori People, South Pacific, Union Jack, Historian, Pathways, New Zealand, Education

Aratoi’s Pathways, A brief timeline of the Wairarapa | Rangitāne o Wairarapa Education