Portrait of Ana Kaihau, wife of Ahipene Kaihau, taken, probably in the 1860s, by an unknown photographer.

Portrait of Ana Kaihau, wife of Ahipene Kaihau, taken, probably in the 1860s, by an unknown photographer.

Tā moko <> Maori woman; between 1860 and 1879

Tā moko <> Maori woman; between 1860 and 1879

The Maori portraits of John McGarrigle www.nzgeographic.co.nz

The Maori portraits of John McGarrigle www.nzgeographic.co.nz

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

Colonial New Zealand Wars Māori and militia | DRESSING THE LINES

Colonial New Zealand Wars Māori and militia

Colonial New Zealand Wars Māori and militia | DRESSING THE LINES

Peyman, Benjamin, 1823/24-1897 :Portrait of Victoria `Queen of the Nukumaru

Peyman, Benjamin, 1823/24-1897 :Portrait of Victoria `Queen of the Nukumaru

Land march 1975 - This 1975 protest march, led by Whina Cooper, began at Te Hāpua in the far north and made its way down through the North Island to the steps of Parliament in Wellington. The primary aim was to call for a halt to the alienation of Māori land; however, its impact was much more widespread.

Land march 1975 - This 1975 protest march, led by Whina Cooper, began at Te Hāpua in the far north and made its way down through the North Island to the steps of Parliament in Wellington. The primary aim was to call for a halt to the alienation of Māori land; however, its impact was much more widespread.

Police cordon, Bastion Point - In 1977–78, protestors occupied Bastion Point in Auckland for 507 days before being evicted by police. The Bastion Point occupation was one of the most important events in modern-day Māori protest.

Police cordon, Bastion Point - In 1977–78, protestors occupied Bastion Point in Auckland for 507 days before being evicted by police. The Bastion Point occupation was one of the most important events in modern-day Māori protest.

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