11 – A Map, a Whare and a Marae

We talk about land borders and how Maori viewed each other, houses, marae and their construction!

Map of Aotearoa drawn by Tuki during his time on Norfolk Island. 1804. National Library of New Zealand
Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996

Photo from Maori: A Photographic and Social History. Revised Edition By Michael King, 1996
Pataka from Horowhenua Historical Society Inc.
Marae Construction from Adrian John Te Piki Kotuku Bennett’s thesis to the University of Canterbury

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