Legends of the Māori / by Sir Maui Pomare and James Cowan, in collaboration ; illustrations by Stuart Peterson.

By: Pomare, Maui, Sir, 1876-1930 [author.]Contributor(s): Cowan, James, 1870-1943 [author.] | Peterson, Stuart, 1900-1976 [illustrator.]Material type: TextTextLanguage: mri Publication details: [Auckland, N.Z.] : Southern Reprints, 1987Description: x, 320 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeOther title: Title on added title page: Mythology, folk-lore, tradition and poetrySubject(s): Māori (New Zealand people) -- Folklore. -- Folklore | Legends -- New Zealand | Tainui (New Zealand people) -- History | Māori poetry | Māori literature | Pūrākau | Kōrero nehe | Tikanga-ā-iwi | Whakataukī | Waiata | MatengaAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Legends of the Maori.; Online version:: Legends of the Maori.DDC classification: 398.0993 LOC classification: GR375 | .P6 1987Online resources: Legends of the Maori - NZETC Also available via the World Wide Web.
Contents:
v. 1. Mythodology, folk-lore tradition and poetry -- v. 2. Maori-Polynesian historical traditions, folklore and stories of old New Zealand.
Summary: The origin of the Maori games in Chapter XII: p.69-71. Actually more about the derivation of games in Rarotonga as the fore runner to Maori games.
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Item type Current library Collection Call number Vol info Copy number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
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Non Fiction 398.209931 POM (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Volume 1. 1 Available A00148794
Non Fiction Stratford
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Non Fiction 398.20993 POM (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Volume 2. 1 Available A00466924
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Facsim. reprint: originally published: Wellington, N.Z. : Fine Arts (N.Z.) Ltd., 1930.

v. 1. Mythodology, folk-lore tradition and poetry -- v. 2. Maori-Polynesian historical traditions, folklore and stories of old New Zealand.

Bagnall, P700

The origin of the Maori games in Chapter XII: p.69-71. Actually more about the derivation of games in Rarotonga as the fore runner to Maori games.

Also available via the World Wide Web.

Includes text in Maori.

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