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A Maori woman in New Zealand, Polynesian People, Polynesian Culture, Maori People, Tribal People, Anthropologie, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Satisfying Photos, Maori Designs

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Dame Whina Cooper: A NZ iconic photo of Dame Whina and her mokopuna. Write a recount of the dialogue between the pair as they walked together returning to Dame Whina's house in the Far North. New Zealand Houses, New Zealand Art, Iconic Photos, My Photos, Human Icon, Warrior Spirit, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Ancient Beauty

Dame Whina Cooper: A NZ iconic photo of Dame Whina and her mokopuna. Write a recount of the dialogue between the pair as they walked together returning to Dame Whina's house in the Far North.

Newspaper boy, Royal Oak tavern, Wellington, New Zealand, 1960 Photo Documentary, Documentary Photography, Street Photography, Portrait Photography, Reportage Photography, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Straight Photography, New Zealand Landscape

Damian Christie interviews Ans Westra • Speaker

Newspaper Boy, Royal Oak tavern, Wellington, New Zeland, 1960, Ans Westra.

Under the Native Land Court acts of 1862 and the courts were able to grant certificates of title to the ‘owners’ of Māori land. This law introduced the concept of absolute ownership into Māori society and made the transfer of Māori land . Nz History, Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, My People, Historical Photos

Māori women at land court meeting, Tokaanu, 1914

Under the Native Land Court acts of 1862 and 1865, the courts were able to grant certificates of title to the ‘owners’ of Māori land. This law introduced the concept of absolute ownership into Māori society and made the transfer of Māori land ...

From the series: Ratana Pa -by john miller 1976 Polynesian People, John Miller, Maori Art, Life Photography, New Zealand, Fresh, Image, Collection, Design

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From the series: Ratana Pa -by john miller 1976