Map of New Zealand's Māori Iwi (tribes)
From NZTE's Māori Cultural Kit for people wanting to do business with Māori organisations, a map showing tribal boundaries of New Zealand's Māori iwi.
How to Plant and Grow Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes aren't started by seed like most other vegetables, they're started from slips. Learn how to grow and harvest sweet potatoes.
Maori Forts - Pa
The word pā can refer to any Māori village or defensive settlement, but often refers to hill forts - fortified settlements with palisades and defensive terraces - and also to fortified villages. Pā are mainly in the North Island of New Zealand, north of Lake Taupo. Over 5000 sites have been located, photographed and examined although few have been subject to detailed analysis. No pā have been yet located from the early colonisation period when early Polynesian-Māori colonisers lived in the…
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This engraving by Arnold Frederick Goodwin shows the Ngāpuhi chief Hongi Hika. Like many chiefs of the 1800s, he has a full facial moko (tattoo). Sometimes people with tattoos were described as pou (posts), because like a post they had in a sense been ‘...
Tui, (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae) | Focusing on Wildlife
One of our common local natives is the Tui. Its highly sheened blue, almost green plumage, signature white throat feathers, which incidentally gives it
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Te Kooti, The Rebel Maori Chief. - Antique Print Map Room
Very rare portrait of Te Kooti, Rikirangi Te Turuki (c1830). Te Kooti Rikirangi Te Turuki, a trader who had fought on the government side at earlier actions, was accused of supplying gunpowder to Hau Hau, then arrested in March 1866 ... Read Full Description