Mahutu te Toko. — This Waikato chief and warrior was a cousin of King Tawhiao, whom he somewhat resembled in features. He fought against the British troops in the Taranaki and Waikato wars, 1860–64. He was noted especially as an expert in all the work and lore of canoe-making
Unidentified group alongside the Te Tokanganui-A-Noho meeting house in Te Kuiti | National Library of New Zealand
Unidentified group alongside the Te Tokanganui-A-Noho meeting house in Te Kuiti, ca 1900. Photographer unidentified. Quantity: 1 b&w original nega...
Rewi Manga Maniapoto by Gottfried Lindauer
Fine Art PrintImage size in millimetres: 455 x 375Recently we learned a lot more about this famous Maori portrait painting when one of our prints was found in an antique store in Atlanta, USA. There was an essay on the back all about LIndauer and Rewi Manga Maniopoto. We learned that the cloak is actually decorated with the hair from dogs specially bred for their white tails!Like this Gottfried Lindauer print? You can find more prints like it in these related categories at New Zealand's…
Photograph of six Ngāti Maniapoto survivors of the Ōrākau battle, taken by James Cowan in 1914. Ref: 1/1-017975-G
Famous New Zealanders — No. 23 — Wahanui, Chief Of Ngati-Maniapoto — A Maori Statesman and Orator | NZETC
Wahanui, Chief of Ngati-Maniapoto. (From a photograph by Mr. J. C.
44 Captivating Native Maori Portraits From 19th Century New Zealand - Flashbak
In 1815, the first British missionaries arrived in Aotearoa (land of the long white cloud). Dubbed Nieuw Zeeland by adventurer Abel Tasman Nieuw Zeeland, after the Dutch province of Zeeland, the country would be changed in 1840 when the British and many Maori tribes signed the Treaty of Waitangi.