Maggie Papakura

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Makereti Papakura, hongi. Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, [1910-1930] #Maori #Carving

Makereti Papakura, hongi. Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, [1910-1930] #Maori #Carving

c. 1901-1910. Makareti (Maggie) Papakura at Te Taura meeting house, Whakarewarewa. Maggie later strove to break the colonial photography of 'dusky maiden' & 'south seas belle.' #Maori #Carving

c. 1901-1910. Makareti (Maggie) Papakura at Te Taura meeting house, Whakarewarewa. Maggie later strove to break the colonial photography of 'dusky maiden' & 'south seas belle.' #Maori #Carving

Guide Maggie in a korowai, seated in carved doorway of 'Rauru'. Photograph from the collection of the Rotorua Museum.

Guide Maggie in a korowai, seated in carved doorway of 'Rauru'. Photograph from the collection of the Rotorua Museum.

Well-known Rotorua tourist guides Maggie and Bella Papakura in their korowai cloaks.

Well-known Rotorua tourist guides Maggie and Bella Papakura in their korowai cloaks.

Makereti Papakura (Guide Maggie), with her sister Bella, wearing korowai - an image from the Alexander Turnbull Library. The Rotorua Library holds a copy of Maggie's Guide to the Hot Lakes, written in 1905

Makereti Papakura (Guide Maggie), with her sister Bella, wearing korowai - an image from the Alexander Turnbull Library. The Rotorua Library holds a copy of Maggie's Guide to the Hot Lakes, written in 1905

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

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

Maggie Papakura

Maggie Papakura

Mākereti (Maggie) Papakura

Mākereti (Maggie) Papakura


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Photograph of Maggie Papakura

Photograph of Maggie Papakura

Well-known Rotorua tourist guides Maggie and Bella Papakura in their korowai cloaks.

Well-known Rotorua tourist guides Maggie and Bella Papakura in their korowai cloaks.

Coloured Postcard of Guide Maggie Papakura. - 69694 - Postcard - Postcards Maori - Postcards By Theme - EASTAMPS.COM

Coloured Postcard of Guide Maggie Papakura. - 69694 - Postcard - Postcards Maori - Postcards By Theme - EASTAMPS.COM

c. 1901-1910. Makareti (Maggie) Papakura at Te Taura meeting house, Whakarewarewa. Maggie later strove to break the colonial photography of 'dusky maiden' & 'south seas belle.' #Maori #Carving

c. 1901-1910. Makareti (Maggie) Papakura at Te Taura meeting house, Whakarewarewa. Maggie later strove to break the colonial photography of 'dusky maiden' & 'south seas belle.' #Maori #Carving

Makereti Papakura, hongi. Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, [1910-1930] #Maori #Carving

Makereti Papakura, hongi. Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, [1910-1930] #Maori #Carving

Guide Maggie's house at Whakarewarewa in about 1910. Lots of other pictures like this in David Andrew's book, The two worlds of Maggie Papakura. Borrow it from the Rotorua District Library 920.72 MAK

Guide Maggie's house at Whakarewarewa in about 1910. Lots of other pictures like this in David Andrew's book, The two worlds of Maggie Papakura. Borrow it from the Rotorua District Library 920.72 MAK

Maggie Papakura wearing kahu huruhuru, around 1909

Maggie Papakura wearing kahu huruhuru, around 1909

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

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

Plate III Makereti. About 1922

Plate III Makereti. About 1922

"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

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