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2 edition of Akono"anga Maori = found in the catalog.

Akono"anga Maori =

Akono"anga Maori =

Cook Islands culture.

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Published by Institute of Pacific Studies in Association with the Cook Islands Extension Centre, University of the South Pacific, the Cook Islands Cultural and Historic Places Trust, and the Ministry of Cultural Development in Suva, Fiji, Rarotonga .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cook Islands,
  • Cook Islands.
    • Subjects:
    • Ethnicity -- Cook Islands.,
    • Cook Islanders -- Social life and customs.,
    • Cook Islands -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesCook Islands culture
      ContributionsCrocombe, R. G., Crocombe, Marjorie Tuainekore., University of the South Pacific. Institute of Pacific Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN671.C6 A38 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination370 p. :
      Number of Pages370
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3369487M
      ISBN 109820203481
      LC Control Number2004444684
      OCLC/WorldCa52807529

      Excellent resources for teaching Te Reo Maori and music in your school The books are singalong, have the CDs, maori/english lyrics, guitar chords and/or activities in them as well. Tunes are very catchy and kids will delight in the illustrations and music. Plenty of different topics to choose from for your classroom. Browse and save recipes from The Maori Cookbook to your own online collection at

      Wraps. Condition: Very Good. This is a very nice copy of this small book. Published in this book was intended to preserve the history of Maori songs and flute players. No wear. Light browning to the covers, otherwise a near fine , 80 pages + plates. Illustrated card wrappers. Page dimensions: mm x mm.   A separate document dated 29th September titled “Ko te Akonoanga teia no runga I te iki anga Ariki I roto I te mua vaka ko Takitumu” signed by Pa and Kainuku stated “teia te au Taunga no te rave i te angaanga ‘aka tainu’, e te ‘maro’ ma te ‘aka pare’ e te ‘pure’ i te Ariki te ka iki ia: ko Au, e Taurua, e Keu.

        In Minute Book 4/47A dated Ma , Chief Justice Gudgeon further explained the effect of titles (of registration) created for occupation. He said the Court became involved in Arorangi when a certain man leased his house and the Atu Enua thought she had a right to a . Read "History o ia Whenua huri noa te Ao i roto i te Maori History of Each Country around the World in Maori" by Nam Nguyen available from Rakuten Kobo. History o ia Country Ka tata ki te Ao i roto i te whāinga a Maori he ki te whakaki koutou ngakau ki te matauranga kōrero.

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Akono'anga Maori. Suva, Fiji ; Rarotonga: Institute of Pacific Studies in Association with the Cook Islands Extension Centre, University of the South Pacific, the Cook Islands Cultural and Historic Places Trust, and the Ministry of Cultural Development, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

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