Maori woman from Hawkes Bay district wearing European hat with traditional feather cloak. Photo taken 11 May 1889 by Samuel Carnell of Napier

Unidentified Maori woman from Hawkes Bay district wearing European hat with traditional feather cloak. Photo taken 11 May 1889 by Samuel Carnell of Napier

Vernon Heath 1819-1895: Portrait of Wiremu Pou, Ngahuia and Hapimana Ngapiko

(Heath, Vernon, 1819 or A portrait of Wiremu Pou, Huria Ngahuia and Hapimana Ngapiko taken by Vernon Heath, a London photographer.

Rangitira women of the Te Ati Awa tribe. At the centre is Lady Pomore, standing to her right Romahora, then Grandaunty Mata with Grandma Ripeka Love at the end of the row.

Rangitira women of the Te Ati Awa tribe. At the centre is Lady Pomore, standing to her right Romahora, then Grandaunty Mata with Grandma Ripeka Love at the end of the row.

Group from Motueka, [ca 1860s] Group from Motueka outside a whare, circa 1860s. Many are wearing kakahu (traditional Maori cloaks). Unknown photographer.

Group from Motueka, [ca Group from Motueka outside a whare, circa Many are wearing kakahu (traditional Maori cloaks).

Wahine Ataahua

Plate I Makereti. About 1893

#167 Maori Family postcard.

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Makereti Papakura (Guide Maggie), with her sister Bella, wearing korowai - an image from the Alexander Turnbull Library. The Rotorua Library holds a copy of Maggie's Guide to the Hot Lakes, written in 1905

Makereti Papakura (Guide Maggie), with her sister Bella, wearing korowai - an image from the Alexander Turnbull Library. The Rotorua Library holds a copy of Maggie's Guide to the Hot Lakes, written in 1905

Maori women with babies on their backs standing in front of a meeting house

The History of Babywearing and 'Modern' Slings - Slingbabies - Baby Slings and Baby Carriers

Mrs Ripeka Love with her children Hana, Makere Rangiatea Ralph Love, Wi Hapi and Eruera Te Whiti o Rongomai Love, at the conservatory entrance to 'Taumata", the family residence at Korokoro. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber in 1916.

Mrs Ripeka Love with her children Hana, Makere Rangiatea Ralph Love, Wi Hapi and Eruera Te Whiti o Rongomai Love, at the conservatory entrance to 'Taumata", the family residence at Korokoro. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber in

group Maori women

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