The carved waharoa ‘gateway’ that stands as a tohu maumahara
‘symbol of remembrance’ at Rangiriri Pā, Waikato. It was erected
in November 2012 to commemorate the 149th anniversary of the
Battle of Rangiriri. Photograph supplied by Vincent O’Malley.
Rauhuru Marae with carved ceremonial planks (unu), Maeva, Huahine,
Society Islands. Photograph courtesy of Melinda S. Allen.
Graves with bush material roofs and fencing to keep pigs out.
Porgera Valley of highlands Papua New Guinea in western Enga Province.
Photograph courtesy of Jerry K. Jacka.
Ann Chowning with Sengseng villagers.
New Britain, 1964. Photograph by Jane C. Goodale.
Kalia/drua of the combined Tongan and Fijian fleets
shifting tack in rounding a reef to approach Ovalau, 1855.
Painted by Glen Wilson. Permission courtesy of John Denham, London.
Land court meeting, Palmerston North.
Groups of Māori gather for a Native Land Court hearing around 1881.
Photograph attributed to George Shailer. Courtesy of the Palmerston
North City Library. Ref: 2008P_Tw2-3_TWH_1918
Mary Kawena Pukui performing “Mukiki Wai” (in a film); Hawaii, c. 1930.
Still photo by Tiki George, from a film by Vivienne Mader.
Photograph courtesy of Bishop Museum. Mader collection.
View of Māori waka (canoes) in a hurdle race on the Waikato River
at the Ngāruawāhia Regatta. Godber, Albert Percy, 1875-1949
Collection of albums, prints and negatives. Ref: APG-0710-1/2-G.
Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.
Fijian, wooden kava bowls.
Photograph attributed to J.W. Waters which would
date the image to the late 19th or early 20th century.
Women collecting Kalipete crabs near Sasavele Village,
Roviana Lagoon in 1994.
Mrs Parkinson translates the old cannibal's story for her husband.
Photograph of Kenneth Emory during the 1950 excavations;
reproduced with permission from Bernice P. Bishop Museum Archives
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