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Before the coming of the Pakeha white man to New Zealand legends

Before the coming of the Pakeha white man to New Zealand legends


The white tangata whenua, and other bullshit from the 'One New Zealand' crew

The rock formation of Uluru (Ayers Rock) is the most prominent sacred sites of

... ancient white civilisation, had excavated two skulls and sent them to Edinburgh University, where an unnamed pathologist had examined them and decided ...

A figure depicting the New Zealand Maori traditional war dance known as a Haka

A history of outrage over the word 'Pākehā'

Racism and White Defensiveness in Aotearoa: A Pākehā Perspective

Vincent O'Malley

New Zealand art

The white tangata whenua, and other bullshit from the 'One New Zealand' crew | The Spinoff

Back to the Old School With New Zealand Hip-Hop Legend DLT

Pakeha Slaves, Maori Masters: The forgotten story of New Zealand's White Slaves

New Zealand Wars

Hone Heke and his wife Hariata

New novel explores history through the eyes of young New Zealanders | Stuff.co.nz

I grew up in a predominantly Pākehā town in the South Island. My mother is Pākehā. My father, who had Ngāti Kuia and Rangitāne whakapapa, was killed when I ...

Māori have found it hard to shake off myths and stereotypes.

Maori Origins and Migrations: The Genesis of Some Pakeha Myths and Legends Kindle Edition

Vincent O'Malley at the Boulcott's Farm New Zealand Wars memorial. Photo/Hagen

After the coming of the Polynesian-Melanesian cannibals to New Zealand, the earlier people were hunted to extinction as a food source.

A Maori Warrior

Photo / Michael Craig Waitemata RFC players train at Waitemata Park, Henderson. Photo / Michael Craig

New Zealand people

A Maori woman from Rotorua, N.Z., c. 1890–1920.

The Moriori myth: Why it just won't die


New Zealand shearing legend Eddy Reidy won the Golden Shears title in 1973.

Rugby World Cup: All Blacks, New Zealand Maori and the politics of the pitch

Te Rangi Hiroa / Peter Buck

Maori Legends say that they came ...

The Magical Creatures of New Zealand

Today would have been the birthday of Māori leader and activist, Dame Whina Cooper. Mana unearthed a conversation from 1994 with historian Micha.

Before the coming of the Pakeha [White Man] to New Zealand all literature in Maori was orally passed onto succeeding generations. This included many legends ...

Hi-Res Cover Aotearoa

What a nation chooses to remember and forget: the war for New Zealand's history

Kerikeri Stone Store

When they arrived in New Zealand, they named it Aotearoa, which means “long- white-cloud”. Evidence shows they first settled in the Otago region, before ...

Prehistoric Civilisations in New Zealand

The New Plymouth mayor, Andrew Judd, had an upbringing not too different from that of many other Pākehā. Like his parents, he never had much to do with ...

Worlds Apart: Growing up Bi-Culturally in New Zealand

Why the Wairau Bar is so important

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Rod Morris

Paul Buchanan: No unifying foundational myth in New Zealand

New Zealand historian Michael King in The Penguin History Of New Zealand describes the Maori as "the last major human community on earth untouched and ...

Death of Von Tempsky painting

Yet there is another great reason to visit NZ; the opportunity to learn more about the Māori culture.

In New Zealand arts and letters it is traditionally the South Island landscape with its supposedly empty interior that provided for the articulation of an ...

Preparing a meal, about 1870

Moko kauae is the right of all Māori women. It is not a right for anyone else.

Reading Pakeha?: Fiction and Identity in Aotearoa New Zealand. (Cross Cultures) First Edition Edition

Incredible Video: New Zealand geneticists prove same “red haired giants” lived in New Zealand and Peru


A woman works at a factory for wool products in Dunedin, New Zealand.

The Maori portraits of John McGarrigle www.nzgeographic.co.nz #Maoritattoos Maori

According to legend, Paikea came to New Zealand from the Pacific Islands on the back of a whale many centuries ago. His descendants include the Ngāti Kuri ...

Mrs Anderson pictured with her moko tattoo


Aborigines of Australia, man ...

In her twilight years, she returned to live with Poupatatē at Kakepuku before passing.

The Wanganui Herald had this to say: “The Dunedin prisoners, the Pakakohe hapu, are to be restored, a telegram the other day announced.

John Bryce


Publish now - it's free

His winning proposal involves researching the New Zealand Land Wars and will use the museum library collection widely.

Kate Sheppard

Māori culture and customs

Maori owe a lot to Pakeha [or at least Pakeha-Maori]

Photo courtesy of Rob Graham - Wanganui Photo News.

Being Pakeha Now: Reflections & Recollections Of A White Native

Kupe and the Giant Wheke

... seen in court, won an Olympic gold medal with the New Zealand

'I am a Pākehā because I live in a Māori country': Pākehā Identity and

New Zealand Māori Culture, Māori Culture in New Zealand

Experiencing New Zealand through Maori eyes

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New Zealand remembers its fallen in a Queenstown Anzac service. AAP

Mormon Maori Prophecies and Apostasy

Plan Your Tour

... Mapoutahi Pa Goat Island Purakanui Otago | by Alpat

The Maori: A Rich and Cherished Culture at the World's Edge | Ancient Origins

A Legend of Otago.


'Racism starts small and it's a light feeder. Racism just needs crumbs to get stronger and stronger.'

Treaty of Waitangi signing, led by Hone Heke Hone Heke, the first Maori ...

A boy and a wooden Maori sculpture. Maori tribes were among New Zealand's first settlers