Māori taonga are displayed alongside geological and biological specimens in the main hall of the Dominion Museum in Wellington, in 1910. At this time museums still depicted Māori as a declining noble race, but ideas from anthropological science were gaining influence. Little attention was paid to the way Māori themselves regarded their taonga.
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