Wahine Ataahua

Plate I Makereti. About 1893

Wahine Ataahua

Plate I Makereti. About 1893

MAGGIE PAPAKURA AND HER SISTER BELLA, TWO WELL-KNOWN NATIVE GUIDES, WHAKAREWAREWA, ROTORUA. From Auckland Weekly News, 28 July 1904

Maggie and Bella

"This photograph titled Maggie Papakura is of Margaret seated in a staged studio. Her arms are folded defiantly, with her eyes directly challenging the photographer Edward Payton. Margaret’s body language projects that she is tired of performing the submissive role of exotic maiden. She is resisting the commodification of people as objects that undermines identity and dignity, as encountered when guiding." - Coralie Takuira #Maori

"This photograph titled Maggie Papakura is of Margaret seated in a staged studio. Her arms are folded defiantly, with her eyes directly challenging the photographer Edward Payton. Margaret’s body language projects that she is tired of performing the submissive role of exotic maiden. She is resisting the commodification of people as objects that undermines identity and dignity, as encountered when guiding." - Coralie Takuira #Maori

Plate II Makereti. About 1908

Maggie Papakura wearing kahu huruhuru, around 1909 – Māori clothing and adornment – kākahu Māori

Guides Sophia, Maggie, Bella and unknown guide wit...

Guides Sophia, Maggie, Bella and unknown guide with officers from Gunboat Panther

Photograph of Maggie Papakura

Photograph of Maggie Papkura in doorway beneath "Tukiterangi" Quantity: 1 page. Physical Description: Black & white photograph 114 x on pa.

Plate III Makereti. About 1922

Plate III Makereti. About 1922

WAPF - Wellington NZ Makereti Papakura - Rotorua, New Zealand - 1910

AHR 52 (May Mandy Treagus: From Whakarewarewa to Oxford: Makereti Papakura and the Politics of Indigenous Self-Representation

General Themes - Postcards - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables

General Themes - Postcards - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables


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