2 edition of Forest lore of the Maori found in the catalog.
Forest lore of the Maori
|Statement||by Elsdon Best.|
|Series||Dominion Museum bulletin -- no. 14, Polynesian Society memoir -- no. 18, Memoirs of the Polynesian Society -- 18.|
|Contributions||Andersen, Johannes Carl, 1873-1962.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 420 p. :|
|Number of Pages||420|
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The Maori for forest is ngahere. Find more Maori words at ! Waipoua, on the northwestern coast of the North Island has one of the largest surviving stands of kauri forest; some of its trees are more than 2, years old. The forest’s most ancient and revered trees are Te Matua Ngahere (father of the forest) and Tāne Mahuta – named after the legendary Lord of the Forest.
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Forest Lore of the Maori: with Methods of Snaring, Trapping, and Preserving Birds and Rats, Uses of Berries, Roots, Fern-Root, and Forest Products, with Mythological Notes on Origins, Karakia Used Etc. Forest Lore Of The Maori: Forest lore of the Maori book Methods Of Snaring, Trapping, And Preserving Birds And Rats, Uses Of Berries, Roots, Fern Root, And Forest Products, With Mythological Notes On Origins, Karakia Used, Etc/5(3).
Forest lore of the Maori: with methods of snaring, trapping and preserving birds and rats, uses of berries, roots, fern-root and forest products with mythological notes on origins karakia used etc. Maori forest lore. Wellington: John Mackay, Govt.
Printer. MLA Citation. Best, Elsdon. and New Zealand Institute. Maori forest lore / by Elsdon Best John Mackay, Govt. Printer Wellington Australian/Harvard Citation. Best, Elsdon.
& New Zealand Institute. Maori forest lore / by Elsdon Best John Mackay, Govt. Printer Wellington. Māori revered the forest for its beauty, spiritual presence, and bountiful supply of food, medicines, and weaving and building materials. The forest is called by many names – ngahere, ngāherehere, nehenehe, ngahengahe, wao, waonui and waoku.
In Taranaki, motu or motu rākau refer to a. Story: Te ngahere – forest lore In Māori tradition, people and forests are vitally connected – both were created by the god Tāne. A magical realm guarded by lizards, birds and other creatures, the forest also provided Māori with the necessities of life.
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Forest lore of the Maori. The Maori and the forest --The mauri of the forest --Forest products --Polynesian plant names in New Zealand --Trees and ceremonial --Paths and travelling --Seasons --Tree dwellings --Food supplies obtained from the forest --Bird lore.
The Maori as a fowler --Mythical birds, etc. BEST, Elsdon: FOREST LORE OF THE MAORI. Published by g, Government Printer Royal + 31 black & white al dark red. A marae is a sacred place which served both religious and social purposes in pre-Christian Polynesian societies and in some modern Polynesian societies, such as Māori, today.
In all these languages, the word also means "cleared, free of weeds, trees, etc." It generally consists of an area of cleared land roughly rectangular (the marae itself), bordered with stones or wooden posts (called au.
[Read before the Auckland Institute, 30th October, ] The forest lore of the Maori people of these isles is but little known to those interested in ethnographical studies—or, at least, the latter have placed but little of such lore on record. Hence these notes are presented in order to conserve some very singular old-time customs and beliefs of the ancient Maori.
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How did they describe and move about their environment, and survive. Discover forest lore and traditional uses of forest plants, how Maori hunted moa, harvested birds, fish and shellfish, and cultivated plants they bought with them from Polynesia. In a word - fascinating. Format: Paperback Price: $.
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