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.

Dame Whina Cooper: Te kuia i hikoi mai te Nōta ki te Tonga

Maori woman, possibly Te Kaia Kingi, ca 1900

Young Maori woman known as Te Kaia Kingi or Gertie, (circa She wears a cloak about her shoulders and is holding a hoe.

Anti Spring Bok tour - Marti Friedlander

Anti Spring Bok tour - Marti Friedlander

Pare Hapimana, Waikato - 1970 by Marti Friedlander

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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 possible. Because use of the land was often shared, the European concept of ownership brought about considerable confusion and conflict. These Ngāti Tūwharetoa women are waiting for a land court hearing at Tokaanu, near Lake Taupō, in 1914.

Under the Native Land Court acts of 1862 and the courts were able to grant…

Photography Marti Friedlander. Mere Brown, Te Teko - 1970.

Photography Marti Friedlander. Mere Brown, Te Teko - 1970.

Marti Friedlander

Marti Friedlander

From the series: Ratana Pa -by john miller 1976

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Ans Westra Smith & Brown, Rotorua, 1962

Ans Westra Rotorua, 1962 Signed Silver Gelatin Print 190 x 255 mm

IMAGES FROM MAORI 1970 - Google Search

Ans Westra Rotorua, 1962 Signed Silver Gelatin Print 190 x 255 mm

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