Kōrero: Ngā ariā mō te pūtakenga mai o te Māori

Te taenga mai o te Māori

Te taenga mai o te Māori

I tauirahia mai tēnei tānga i te whakaahua rongonui a Theodore Géricault a ‘The raft of the Medusa’. He tānga tēnei e whakaatu ana i te wehi ka pā i te paenga o tētahi waka ki uta. Koinei tētahi o ngā tānga rongonui rawa mō te hītori o Aotearoa. Ko te whakaahua tēnei a ‘The arrival of the Maoris in New Zealand’. I whakahēhia tēnei whakaahua nā te whakaatu i te Māori e tata mate ana i te kore kai, me te kore aro ki ngā kōrero tuku iho a te Maori tērā he iwi kaumoana te Māori ō mua. Ahakoa kotahi anake te waka e whakaatuhia ana, nā te whakaahua nei whakanui ai te pūrākau o te paenga o tētahi Tāruru Nui ki Aotearoa.

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Me pēnei te tohu i te whārangi:

K. R. Howe, 'Ngā ariā mō te pūtakenga mai o te Māori - Tekau tau 1880–ki te tekau tau 1970: te takenga mai o te Moriori me te Tāruru Nui', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/artwork/1601/te-taenga-mai-o-te-maori (accessed 20 August 2019)

Story by K. R. Howe, published 8 Feb 2005