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Fig. 127.—A taruke koura, or lobster-pot

taruke koura, or lobster-pot

Unidentified Maori woman, ca 1904 Reference Number: 1/1-021047-G Head and shoulder portrait of an unidentified young Maori woman holding a hoe (canoe paddle) photographed by Frank J Denton, circa 1904, probably in the Wanganui region.

Unidentified Maori woman, ca 1904 - reference number: Head and shoulder portrait of an unidentified young Maori woman holding a hoe (canoe paddle) - photographed by Frank J Denton, circa probably in the Wanganui region.

New Zealand | "Meri Tupe Otu".  ca 1863 - 1875 | © E. S Richards / Auckland Art Gallery  Toi o Tāmaki

mister-nobody: “les-sources-du-nil: Edward Smallwood Richards Portrait of Mere Tupe-o-tu, of Taranaki, taken, probably in the late Moriori, Inhabitant of the Chatham Islands ” —.

Female NZ Maori kapa haka dress/costume.  I embroidered a very similar Pari (bodice) to this one when my daughter joined an Australian based Kapa Haka group.

I embroidered a very similar Pari (bodice) to this one when my daughter joined an Australian based Kapa haka group.

Collison, Stephen Robe 'Cedar' - Northwest Coast Native Textiles

Collison, Stephen Robe 'Cedar' - Northwest Coast Native Textiles

Maori man, possibly Nikorima Tamaihurihuri, wearing a Maori cloak

Unidentified Maori man, possibly Nikorima Tamaihurihuri, wearing a Maori cloak, taken circa by an unidentified photographer.

Ross, Malcolm, 1862-1930 Young men of Tuhoe wearing kakahu (cloaks) and kahu huruhuru (feather cloaks), and carrying taiaha, in Ruatoki during the visit of Lord Ranfurly and party

Ross, Malcolm, Young men of Tuhoe wearing kakahu (cloaks) and kahu huruhuru (feather cloaks), and carrying taiaha, in Ruatoki during the visit of Lord Ranfurly and party

Fig. 94.—Maori baskets made of undressed phormium leaf. Bottom specimen flanked by two sandals

baskets made of undressed phormium leaf. Bottom specimen flanked by two sandals

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