A Historic Meeting of Cultures: Native Californians Greet Maori Delegation
- The Collaborative Research Program at Quiroste Valley. Lightfoot, Kent G.; Striplen, Chuck; Cuthrell, Rob // News from Native California;Winter2008/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p30
This article describes a research project by a collaborative team of Indian scholars, archaeologists, ecologists, and land managers examining Indian history in the Quiroste Valley of Central California and conducting a comprehensive study of indigenous landscape management practices used in the...
- Finding a meaning beyond the face. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;8/25/2003, Issue 1682, p69
Tattoos or "ta moko" as Maori call them, are a historical record, as of August 25, 2003. Maori people had no written language and so stories were told over ages through drawings. Each ta moko design is unique, telling the tale of the bearer's family and their tribal affiliations. Intended as a...
- Mataatua Wharenui HOMECOMING. EGAN, JOANNA // Australian Geographic;Mar/Apr2012, Issue 107, p90
The article reports on a opening of the Mataatua Wharenui ceremony at Te Manuka Tutahi Marae, a new marae or Maori meeting place in Whakatane, about 235km south-east of Auckland on New Zealand's North Island. It is said that the ceremony has been a long time coming for the Ngati Awa iwi. The...
- Song and dance about the haka. Hutchings., Gerard // Bulletin with Newsweek;07/23/96, Vol. 116 Issue 6030, p84
Focuses on New Zealand's All Blacks rugby football team's performance of the Maori tradition of Ka Mate as part of training. Background on Ka Mate; Effect of the Ka Mate on the team's performance.
- Are You Us? Or Are You Them? Hunt, Steve // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2009, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p20
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of attending a Maori Welcome Ceremony in New Zealand.
- MATARIKI EVENTS. // Metro (NZ);Jun2011, Issue 354, p132
A calendar of events in New Zealand in June 2011 is presented, which includes a poetry reading event "Matariki and the New Stars," a workshop "Matariki Art Workshops ," and book fair "Red Cross Book Fair ."
- Untitled. BENNETT, ARIHIA // Te Karaka: The Ngai Tahu Magazine;Winter2015, Issue 66, p3
In this article the author comments on the criticisms about the role of wehine or Maori woman in the opening of TB;huru Arahura Marae by the Ngeti Waewae tribe in New Zealand. The author notes the contribution of the wehine in protecting, preserving and caring for the whakapapa or Maori...
- A SETTLED WAY. // Ohlone Way: Indian Life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area;1978, p58
The story titled "A Settled Way," a segment of part 1 of the book "The Ohlone Way: Indian Life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area" is presented. It accounts on the history of the early settlers in California and it also traces the ancestral branches of the Ohlone tribe. It also describes the...
- A LIFE OF SHARING. // Ohlone Way: Indian Life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area;1978, p89
The story titled "A Life of Sharing," a segment of part 2 of the book "The Ohlone Way: Indian Life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area" is presented. It focuses on the Ohlone tribe's way of life that was greatly influenced by generosity and equal distribution of wealth and resources. It also...