Memories: Ena Te Papatahi, a Chieftainess of the Ngapuhi Tribe. Charles F Goldie

Memories: Ena Te Papatahi, a Chieftainess of the Ngapuhi Tribe. Charles F Goldie

Artists of this time often made Maori look comical and quirky, so this ones pretty dam good! 1930-1939    Half-length portrait of Hongi Hika, shown with full facial moko, in a flax cloak, holding a musket. Behind him is a sailing ship, probably in the Bay of Islands, where Hongi came from.    Hongi's iwi, Ngapuhi, was a large northern tribe, not a small one. By: Goodwin, Arnold Frederick, 1890-1978  http://www.hakashows.com/

Artists of this time often made Maori look comical and quirky, so this ones pretty dam good! 1930-1939 Half-length portrait of Hongi Hika, shown with full facial moko, in a flax cloak, holding a musket. Behind him is a sailing ship, probably in the Bay of Islands, where Hongi came from. Hongi's iwi, Ngapuhi, was a large northern tribe, not a small one. By: Goodwin, Arnold Frederick, 1890-1978 http://www.hakashows.com/

Tamati Waka Nene - Lindauer Online - this is my ancestor on my dad's lineage - the Cook family in Russell (whalers) my grandmother being a Cook her ancestor a niece (Tiraha) of Tamati Waka Nene married William Cook one of the Cook brothers.My grandfather was a Reti (whanau) originally from Tauranga

Tamati Waka Nene - Lindauer Online - this is my ancestor on my dad's lineage - the Cook family in Russell (whalers) my grandmother being a Cook her ancestor a niece (Tiraha) of Tamati Waka Nene married William Cook one of the Cook brothers.My grandfather was a Reti (whanau) originally from Tauranga

Hongi Hika  ngapuhi maori patterns - Google Search

Hongi Hika ngapuhi maori patterns - Google Search

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