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Colonisation of New Zealand

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Colonisation of NZ and its impact on the Maori, clothing etc

The Māori originated with settlers from eastern Polynesia, who arrived in New… Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Polynesian Culture, Tahiti, Tonga, Cultures Du Monde, Maori People, Maori Designs, Nz Art

The Māori originated with settlers from eastern Polynesia, who arrived in New…

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Maori Forts - Pa

The word pā can refer to any Māori village or defensive settlement, but often refers to hill forts - fortified settlements with palisades and defensive terraces - and also to fortified villages. Pā are mainly in the North Island of New Zealand, north of Lake Taupo. Over 5000 sites have been located, photographed and examined although few have been subject to detailed analysis. No pā have been yet located from the early colonisation period when early Polynesian-Māori colonisers lived in the…

1.E Tohi, the mother of Te Rauparaha, on Mana Island. 2. An upright monument at a small island pa in Tory Channel. 3. Both this and the preceding are formed out of portions of canoes. 4. A carved "Tiki", or image, in an old pa near Lake Rotoaire. Beyond the image is an elevated what, or box, for holding the bones of a deceased child. 5. A monument to 3 children, near Te Awaiti, Cloudy Bay. Polynesian People, Polynesian Culture, Island 2, Small Island, Ohm Tattoo, Cloudy Bay, Maori Designs, Tiki Art, Nz Art

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maori tattoos dainty drawings for women Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, Maori Tattoos, Filipino Tattoos, Tatoos, Kia Ora, Maori Symbols, Maori Tribe

MAORI WOMEN.

Guide Googoo. Painted in the early 1970's from a photograph taken about 1955-56 during a family holiday in Rotorua. Euan Ross-Tayl...

Margaret Pattison Thom, who was later widely known as Makereti (or Maggie) Papakura, was born at Matata, in the Bay of Plenty (New Zealand), on 20 Oct. Abstract Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Nz History, Maori People, Maori Designs, Frank Morrison, Maori Art, Ice Sculptures

Makereti Papakura | National Library of New Zealand

Photograph of Makereti Papakura, probably taken in her whare at Whakarewarewa. She is seated at a writing table, wearing a kiwi feather cloak. Th...

NEW ZEALAND Maori girl in traditional costume holding poi, ca June Photo by Frank J. Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Tonga, Tahiti, Black History Facts, Nz History, African History, Maori People, Maori Designs

NEW ZEALAND Maori girl in traditional costume holding poi, ca June 1903. Photo by Frank J. Denton

Guide Maggie's house at Whakarewarewa in about Lots of other pictures like this in David Andrew's book, The two worlds of Maggie Papakura. Borrow it from the Rotorua District Library MAK Nz History, Local History, Once Were Warriors, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Easter Island

Guide Maggie Papakura’s house

Margaret Thom, who had a Māori mother and an English father, was a guide for tourists visiting Whakarewarewa in the 1890s. All the tourists asked her why she had an English name. One day she was at a hot pool known as Papakura, and when asked her name yet again, she replied ‘Maggie ...

Maori Mother and Child for sale on Trade Me, New Zealand's auction and classifieds website Maori Face Tattoo, Maori Tattoos, Antique Pictures, Old Pictures, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Old Tattoos

T71 Maori Mother and Child | Trade Me Marketplace

Vintage Postcard Maori Mother and Child JD Kemp M101 Unused Excellent condition Lots can be combined, up to 10 cards for one postage cost. I...

Peata daughter of Taurau, Chief of Whangarei Pulman Studio (Active 1867 – Albumen photograph Circa 1880 Size: 15 x cm. Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Tribal Art, Old Photos, New Zealand, Weaving, Daughter

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Peata daughter of Taurau, Chief of Whangarei Pulman Studio (Active 1867 – 1900) Albumen photograph Circa 1880 Size: 15 x 10.5 cm.

Scene at Whakarewarewa village showing Maori women performing an action song outside Te Rauru meeting house. Polynesian People, Action Songs, Maori People, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Old Photos, New Zealand, The Outsiders, Places To Visit

Outside Te Rauru meeting house at Whakarewarewa village, with Maori women performing an action song | National Library of New Zealand

Scene at Whakarewarewa village showing Maori women performing an action song outside Te Rauru meeting house. They wear full length petticoats under...

George French Angas (Artist), J W Giles (Lithographer) - I. War Dance Before the Pah of Oinemutu near Roturua Lake. Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Bronze Sculpture, Home History, Family History, Auckland Art Gallery, Polynesian People, Maori People

I. Native Swing. II. War Dance Before the Pah of Oinemutu near Roturua Lake.

George French Angas (Artist), J W Giles (Lithographer) - I. Native Swing. II. War Dance Before the Pah of Oinemutu near Roturua Lake.

New Zealand-based company Printable Scenery printed Maori Pa wargaming scenery. Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Home History, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Culture, Fantasy Inspiration, Dieselpunk, Fantasy World

Download and 3D Print Maori Pa wargaming scenery | 3D Printing from scratch

New Zealand-based company Printable Scenery 3D printed Maori Pa wargaming scenery. It's available on their website and everyone can get the same one or order its own.

The Native Land Court transferred more land from Maori to Pakeha than Queen Victoria's regiments ever managed. Home History, History Photos, Local History, Polynesian People, Polynesian Culture, Rotorua New Zealand, Aboriginal History, Maori People, New Zealand Houses

Land Court meeting at Tamatekapua

This group of men in the Tamatekapua meeting house, Ōhinemutu, are likely to be at a Māori Land Court meeting, around 1890. Judge F. D. Fenton is presiding at the centre of the table, while Resident Magistrate Captain Gilbert Mair is sitting at the left of the table. Fenton and Mair were ...

Guides Sophia, Maggie, Bella and unknown guide wit. Maori People, Old Portraits, Renaissance Men, My Ancestors, British Actresses, Maui, New Zealand, Hawaiian, Old Things

Actress 'Sabrina' with Guide Rangi.; Circa 1950; CP-1651 on NZ Museums

View of British actress Sabrina with Guide Rangi at Whakarewarewa.

Printable Scenery: Worlds First Printable Model Maori Pa Available Troilus And Cressida, Maori People, Maori Designs, 3d Printable Models, 3d Prints, Closer To Nature, Fortification, First World, New Zealand

Printable Scenery: Worlds First 3d Printable Model Maori Pa Available

Printable Scenery: A Maori pa was a fortified settlement with palisades and defensive terraces. In the pre-European period, these were often built on prominent raised ground, especially volcanic hills. The natural slope of the hill was then terraced. Roly Hermans a New Zealand Veteran war-gamer, For years wanted to have a pa on his wargames table for colonial New Zealand Wars games, but constructing the fencing from pieces of wood was too fiddly and time-consuming, and the results too…