Haere mai (welcome) to New Zealand
File name: 08_05_000070 Title: Haere mai (welcome) to New Zealand Created/Published: Wellington [New Zealand] : By authority W. A. G. Skinner, Government Printer Date issued: 1910-1959 (approximate) Physical description: 1 print (poster) : color Genre: Travel posters; Prints Subjects: Tourism; Indigenous peoples Notes: Title from item. Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department Rights: Rights status not evaluated
Picture of Maori women from the 1800's.
Here if glory is a Moari high born (worrior class) women. Notice the Moko or facial tattoo's made in the old way with chisel and ink, even over all her lips. The Tiki or jade stone pedant hanging form her neck for protection. And the Pounamo Mere or Jade hand axe, a prized item. This material was the most precious thing the Moari believed it help spirit and also was very hard for making very good weapons from.
Springston Te Reo
WALT: Write our own mini using an adapted format. Recite our own mini with correct pronunciation. Recall our mini from memory. It's all about me and where I fit into my family. Your mihi tells the story of the place and the people you beloing to. It is an eassy way for people you are meetingto make connections as they see if they are related or know your family. Task: As you can see - everything flows from the mountain, through the river and the waka is on it. Then the people settle so this…
House Post Figure (Amo) | Maori people, Te Arawa | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Capt. J. Lort Stokes, H.M.S. Beagle, collected New Zealand, 1835; [Matthias Komor, New York, until 1958]; Nelson A. Rockefeller, New York, 1958, on permanent loan to The Museum of Primitive Art, 1958–1978
maori massue courte en bois ||| weapon
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