Te Ao o Te Maori - The World of the Maori - Revised

Author(s): Ruth Naumann

Maori Books

Looks at the first New Zealanders who came in canoes from an ancestral home somewhere in the Pacific called Hawaiki. With their oral traditions and their closeness to their ancestors they can be called 'Nga Tamariki a Maui' - the children of Maui. Maori migration , settlement, life, and interaction in New Zealand over time is Essential Learning in the Social Sciences curriculum.

$29.99(NZD)

Available Stock:
0


Add to Wishlist


Product Information

1 Ancestral Homelands -- 2 The Moriori Story -- 3 Back to the Beginning -- 4 How a Meeting House Can Tell a Story -- 5 Searching for Clues -- 6 Polynesian Puzzler -- 7 Arrival by Sea -- 8 The Sea Voyage -- 9 The Earth Mother -- 10 Changes in a New Environment -- 11 Economic Organisation -- 12 Gathering Kai -- 13 Fishing -- 14 Nuku - The Bird Hunter -- 15 Working to Get Food -- 16 Sharing Resources -- 17 Naming the Environment -- 18 Clothes From the Land -- 19 Blood and Bone Groups -- 20 Tapu -- 21 Taonga -- 22 Problem Solving 1 -- 23 Problem Solving 2 -- 24 Health -- 25 Pa, War, Weapons -- 26 Games and Sports -- 27 Art -- 28 Your Own Enquiry.

General Fields

  • : 9780170182249
  • : cengage
  • : cengage
  • : September 2009
  • : 300x210mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 48pp
  • : History
  • : colour illustrations, maps
  • : Ruth Naumann
  • : Paperback
  • : 2nd New edition
  • : 993.01
  • : 10+