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Title: The conversion of the Maoris Year: 1899 (1890s) Authors:  MacDougall, Donald, 1856?-1920 Subjects:  Missions, New Zealand Maoris Publisher:  Philadelphia, Pa., Presbyterian board of publication and Sabbath-school work   View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book  Click here to view book online

Title: The conversion of the Maoris Year: 1899 (1890s) Authors: MacDougall, Donald, 1856?-1920 Subjects: Missions, New Zealand Maoris Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa., Presbyterian board of publication and Sabbath-school work View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online

Weaving is more than just a product of manual skills. From the simple rourou (food basket) to the prestigious kahukiwi (kiwi feather cloak), weaving is endowed with the very essence of the spiritual values of Maori people. The first Maori settlers brought the knowledge of weaving with them. In Aotearoa they found new plant materials, including the versatile harakeke (New Zealand flax). They also incorporated feathers from birds and the skin and hair of their dogs. They wove practical items…

Weaving is more than just a product of manual skills. From the simple rourou (food basket) to the prestigious kahukiwi (kiwi feather cloak), weaving is endowed with the very essence of the spiritual values of Maori people. The first Maori settlers brought the knowledge of weaving with them. In Aotearoa they found new plant materials, including the versatile harakeke (New Zealand flax). They also incorporated feathers from birds and the skin and hair of their dogs. They wove practical items…

The New Zealand Red Admiral is a butterfly that is endemic to New Zealand. The Māori name is kahukura which means red cloak.

The New Zealand Red Admiral is a butterfly that is endemic to New Zealand. The Māori name is kahukura which means red cloak.

Queen Elizabeth II sports a cloak made of New Zealand bird feathers over her coat. She arrives at the meeting house of the Ngai Tahu, a Maori tribe of the southern islands of New Zealand in 2002.

Queen Elizabeth II sports a cloak made of New Zealand bird feathers over her coat. She arrives at the meeting house of the Ngai Tahu, a Maori tribe of the southern islands of New Zealand in 2002.

Topic: Kahu huruhuru style of cloak | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Topic: Kahu huruhuru style of cloak | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Topic: Kahu huruhuru style of cloak | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Topic: Kahu huruhuru style of cloak | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Kukupa Tirikātene wears the Tirikātene family cloak. Photograph by Norm Heke, 2008. Te Papa

Kukupa Tirikātene wears the Tirikātene family cloak. Photograph by Norm Heke, 2008. Te Papa

Weaver Makurata Paitini (1912–26). Photograph by James McDonald (1865–1935). Te Papa (MA_C.001346)

Weaver Makurata Paitini (1912–26). Photograph by James McDonald (1865–1935). Te Papa (MA_C.001346)

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