Maori godsticks collected by the Rev. Richard Taylor.

by Terence Barrow

Publisher: Dominion Museum in Wellington

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SeriesDominion Museum records in ethnology -- v.1, no.5
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Some fine specimens of old-tiwc Maori carving preserved at Rotorua. fhe chair, staff, and paddle were given by Maoris to the Rev. Richard Taylor, one of New Zealand's earliest missionaries. Each part of the exquisitely-carved chair was done by a separate tribe, and the carving of .   The so-called King Movement was a response to the increasing threat to the Maori land. In several tribes of the Waikato area of North Island elected as king Te Wherowhero, who reigned as Potatau addition to electing a king, they established a council of state, a judicial system, and a police organization, all of which were intended to support Maori resolve to retain their land and to. Māori mythology and Māori traditions are two major categories into which the remote oral history of New Zealand's Māori may be divided. Māori myths concern 'out of this world' tales relating to the origins of what was the observable world for the pre-European Māori, often involving gods and demigods. Māori tradition concerns more folkloric legends often involving historical or semi. The Maori have taken their symbolism from the unfurled new leaf of the silver fern. It depicts new beginnings, growth and harmony. New Zealand is the home of the most beautiful ferns in the world. Hei Matau (Fish Hook) These Maori Designs are the Hei-Matau and is the fish hook.

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1 No. 5 July 1st Illustrated study of 13 Maori godsticks, originally collected midth Century in the North Island of New Zealand by the Rev. Richard Taylor; being Dominium Museum Records in Ethnology Vol.

1 No. 5; b&w plates and text illustrations; Scarce; this copy ex-lib of Price: $ This is the second part of a study commenced in: Maori godsticks collected by the Rev. Richard Taylor / by T. Barrow.

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Maori Godsticks in Various CollectionsAuthor: T. Barrow. Godsticks for which names have been recorded previously comprise a set and indi-vidual items, possibly from a further set, collected by the Rev. Richard Taylor, and a set collected by the Rev.

John Aldred. Further named items are contained in the Sir George Grey collection in the British Museum, London. The Rev. Richard Taylor items. By: Tipa, Rob, INNZNA Description: Showcases some noteworthy examples of ancient Māori woodcarving, highlighting very rare godsticks originally collected by the Reverend Richard Taylor in Wanganui/Taranaki in the s.

Notes their symbolism and ceremonial use. Maori Godsticks in Various Collections collected by the Rev. Richard Taylor. Well: Dominion Museum Records in Ethnology Vol 1. Dominion Museum Bulletin No viii, p, illus. Book. BARROW, T.

Maori Godsticks [2 titles] Collected by the Rev. Richard Taylor. Dominion Museum Records in Ethnology Vol No Wellington Taylor was an indefatigable writer of books and articles on scientific subjects, as well as of sermons, many of which he had published.

His main published work, Te ika a Maui, or New Zealand and its inhabitants (), reflects his interests in Maori life, the influence of Christianity, and the geology, natural history, productions and climate. Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK Dominion Museum records in ethnology ; v.1, no.

Notes: This is the second part of a study commenced in: Dominion Museum records in ethnology, v.1, no. Bibliography: p. Library's copy at NK is signed by the author.

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Resources: Most of Rev Honore letters are published in the Presbyterian papers "The Evangelist", published from to (click Here for an itemized listing), and "The NZ Presbyterian", published to Other references are found in the Māori Missions Committee Minute Book for the Northern Presbyterian Churchand the Proceedings and Reports of the General Assembly of the.

Maori godsticks: collected by the Rev. Richard Taylor Wellington, N.Z.: Dominion Museum, Barrow, Terence Maori wood sculpture of New Zealand Wellington, Reed [] Archey, Gilbert Sculpture and design: an outline of Maori art.

Auckland: [Printed by A. Dykes], Archey, Gilbert Sculpture and design: an outline of Maori art. (–73). C.M.S. missionary. A new biography of Taylor, Richard appears in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography on this site. Richard Taylor was born on 21 May at Cetwell, Yorkshire, the second son of Richard Taylor and Catherine, née Spencer.

He was educated at Dr Inchbold's school at Doncaster, but inwhen his father died, Taylor decided to enter the ministry. THE Rev. Richard Taylor’s The past and present of New Zealand published in London in is not accounted a rare item in the local book world but the library has recently acquired a copy of more than usual interest.

The volume which at one time apparently belonged to Edward W. Baentree army surgeon in New Zealand during the Maori wars, has. Maori Cookbook and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Taylor, Richard (b, d) Date Born/Est: Date Died/Ceased: Biographical Display: Richard Taylor - Richard Taylor was born at Letwell, Yorkshire, England, on 21 Marchone of four children of Richard Taylor and his wife, Catherine Spencer.

Maori legend children's book. Love the colour palette and 'magical' and 'mystical' mood given through the style and treatment.

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Samuel Marsden, the Society's Agent and the Senior Chaplain to the New South Wales government. Auckland Public Library), the Rev Richard Taylor, William Colenso, John White, and up to the turn of the century with Elsdon Best, Percy Smith and other enthusiasts who contributed to that forum for Maori writing, the Polynesian Society From manuscripts collected by.

GODSTICKS Maori information. Also known as Tiki-Wananga, Whakapakoko Rakau. An amazing Godly gadget. What you do is make a little effigy of your God on a pointy stick. Stick the point in the ground, and wrap string round the figure.

If you wish to use our material in your essay, book, article, website or project, please consult our. J.C. Sturm was a poet, short story writer, and one the first Māori women to obtain a university degree in New Zealand. Her work primarily featured in anthologies and journals, and Dedication () is one of the few books published under her name.

All the poems featured in this collection are a window into the author’s reflections about children, grandchildren, family, friends, Māori. found: Maori godsticks collected by the Rev.

Richard Taylor, p. (Taylor, Richard, ) p. (author of Te Ika a Maui) p. (author of A leaf from the natural history of New Zealand, The age of New Zealand, The past and present of New Zealand).

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According to Rev. R. Taylor at page of “Te Ika a Maui,” who calls him a great chief, Maketu was shot by a random bullet while engaged plundering during the early war, about May, ; but this account of his death may be somewhat incorrect, for it is now known by a few that he met his death from the bullet of an early settler, who.

Richard Taylor at least gives us a working model of evil. pm Anonymous said I challenge this blog and all of the internet to begin a discussion about the destruction of this universe and the creation of a new one. 3,2,1 pm Anonymous said And no, previous commenter, Richard Taylor is not the issue here.

pm Anonymous said.Books shelved as maori-fiction: Legacy by Whiti Hereaka, Huia Short Stor Contemporary Māori Fiction by Various, The Imaginary Lives Of James Pōnek.