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George Pulman New Zealand. Head and shoulders portrait of Maori man, Pekama Titara; wearing a white feather in his hair, kaitaka (finely woven flax cloak); with facial moko (tattoo). Maori Tattoos, Maori Face Tattoo, Ta Moko Tattoo, Borneo Tattoos, Thai Tattoo, Tribal Tattoos, Maori Tribe, Polynesian People, Zealand Tattoo

photographic print (black and white); album | British Museum

New Zealand | Head and shoulders portrait of Maori man, Pekama Titara; wearing a white feather in his hair, kaitaka (finely woven flax cloak); with facial moko (tattoo) | Late 19th century | Photographed by Pulman

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. Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Maori People, Tribal People, Samoan Tribal, Filipino Tribal, Hawaiian Tribal, Hawaiian Tattoo, Ta Moko Tattoo

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Portrait of Kereopa Te Rau taken on 8 December a few weeks before he was hanged on 5 January A piupiu is around his shoulders. Taken by Samuel Carnell. Maori Face Tattoo, Ta Moko Tattoo, Maori Tattoos, Polynesian Tattoos, Maori People, Tribal People, Once Were Warriors, Polynesian People, Maori Designs

Kereopa Te Rau | National Library of New Zealand

Portrait of Kereopa Te Rau taken on 8 December 1871, a few weeks before he was hanged on 5 January 1872. A piupiu is around his shoulders. Taken by...

Unidentified Maori group, alongside a whare, circa Two of the women wear kahu huruhuru (Maori feather cloaks). Polynesian People, Maori People, National Symbols, Maori Art, First Nations, Kids And Parenting, First World, New Zealand, Culture

Unidentified Maori group | National Library of New Zealand

Unidentified Maori group, alongside a whare, circa 1910. Two of the women wear kahu huruhuru (Maori feather cloaks). One carries a child on her bac...