Story: Kōhatu – Māori use of stone

Whakapapa of Pūtoto (2nd of 2)

Whakapapa of Pūtoto

This whakapapa lists the children of Pūtoto and Parawhenuamea. Stones, cliffs and fine-grained sand are all included.

Whakapapa from information provided in ‘Te ao tu roa – Maori natural history educational resource’, Auckland Museum

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Phil Moore and Bruce McFadgen, 'Kōhatu – Māori use of stone - Stone tools', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/whakapapa/9372/whakapapa-of-putoto (accessed 9 August 2020)

Story by Phil Moore and Bruce McFadgen, published 12 Jun 2006