Rautahi: The Maori of New Zealand
A comprehensive study of the Maori in New Zealand, this book covers Maori history and culture, language and art and includes chapters on the following:
· Basic concepts in Maori culture
· Leadership & social control
· The Marae
· Maori and Pakeha
· Maori spelling and pronunciation
There is an extensive glossary, bibliography and index.
First published in 1967. This edition reprints the revised edition of 1976.
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The Maoris before 18001
The years between
Maoris and Maori culture today
Basic concepts in Maori culture
The bases of daily living
Leadership and social control
Literature and art
Maori and Pakeha
Maori spelling and pronunciation
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