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Three women wearing cloaks, 1921  Three  Koroniti women model fine flax cloaks.  Two are decorated with short  black cords (cloaks decorated in this way are called korowai).  One is  decorated with taniko boarders (cloaks decorated in this way are called  kaitaka).  Photographed by James Ingram McDonald in 1921

Three women wearing cloaks, 1921 Three Koroniti women model fine flax cloaks. Two are decorated with short black cords (cloaks decorated in this way are called korowai). One is decorated with taniko boarders (cloaks decorated in this way are called kaitaka). Photographed by James Ingram McDonald in 1921

Unidentified Maori man wearing traditional clothing, between 1875-1910  Studio  portrait of an unidentified Maori man wearing traditional clothing. He  wears a kakahu (cloak) and holds a taiaha (traditional Maori fighting  staff). Photograph taken by William Andrews Collis in New Plymouth,  between 1875 and 1910.

Unidentified Maori man wearing traditional clothing, between 1875-1910 Studio portrait of an unidentified Maori man wearing traditional clothing. He wears a kakahu (cloak) and holds a taiaha (traditional Maori fighting staff). Photograph taken by William Andrews Collis in New Plymouth, between 1875 and 1910.

Maori Tattoo - Tamaiti Waka Nene

Maori Tattoo - Tamaiti Waka Nene

Photograph of Ada Pokiha modeling a fine feather cloak with a taniko border, at Koroniti

Photograph of Ada Pokiha modeling a fine feather cloak with a taniko border, at Koroniti

Negative (black and white); a Tuhoe woman sitting on a mat, one which she has herself woven, on the ground outdoors; she is weaving a kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) on a turuturu (loom); she wears a headscarf and shirt made of patterned cloth, and a skirt made of woven plant fibre; Ruatoki, New Zealand. Photographic Process

Negative (black and white); a Tuhoe woman sitting on a mat, one which she has herself woven, on the ground outdoors; she is weaving a kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) on a turuturu (loom); she wears a headscarf and shirt made of patterned cloth, and a skirt made of woven plant fibre; Ruatoki, New Zealand. Photographic Process

Maori, New Zealand

Stunning Portraits of the World's Remotest Cultures

Maori, New Zealand

New Zealand | "Tenakeo"  Maori woman with long hair worn loose, chin moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair. ca. 1904 - 1914 | Scanned postcard image; artist unknown.  From the postcard album collected by the Bowater family.

New Zealand | "Tenakeo" Maori woman with long hair worn loose, chin moko, flax cloak and huia feather in her hair. ca. 1904 - 1914 | Scanned postcard image; artist unknown. From the postcard album collected by the Bowater family.

Cloak Weaver Makurata Paitini (1912–26). Photograph by James McDonald (1865–1935). Te Papa Museum, Wellington, New Zealand

Cloak Weaver Makurata Paitini (1912–26). Photograph by James McDonald (1865–1935). Te Papa Museum, Wellington, New Zealand

A collection of intricate and beautiful floor mats woven for Te Rauru meeting house at Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, are seen in this photo from about 1898. In front are some of the Te Arawa women who wove the mats.

A collection of intricate and beautiful floor mats woven for Te Rauru meeting house at Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, are seen in this photo from about 1898. In front are some of the Te Arawa women who wove the mats.

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