2 edition of Maori storehouses and kindred structures. found in the catalog.
Maori storehouses and kindred structures.
|LC Classifications||DU423.A1 W44a no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 107 p.|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||18006511|
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Get this from a library. Māori storehouses and kindred structures: houses, platforms, racks and pits used for storing food, etc. [Elsdon Best] -- Elsdon Best was a prolific recorder of pre-European Maori social life and material culture.
His was a lifelong project underpinned by a belief that Maori were a people under threat from extinction. Maori storehouses and kindred structures. Houses, platforms, racks, and pits used for storing food, etc.
Maori storehouses and kindred structures. Wellington. Government Printer. hardcover. Book condition: good++, red cloth boards, gilt spine titles, blind-stamped device on upper board, some very feint pencil marks on half-title page.
No D/J. Reprint of the original. Dominion Museum Maori storehouses and kindred structures. book No XII, PP with 4 b/w.
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Bulletin No. 5?" Maori Storehouses and Kindred Structures." By E. Best. Price, 10/6; post. Bulletin No. 7?"The Maori Canoe.". Maori Storehouses and Kindred Structures [bound with] The Pa Maori: An Account of the Fortified Villages of the Maori in Pre-European and Modern Times; Illustrating Methods of Defence by Means of Ramparts, Fosses, Scarps, and Stockades.
Well: W & T1st ed. viii, p, illustrated, 26cms, original paper covers, some browning and light foxing. $60 Maori Storehouses and Kindred Structures BEST, ELSDON [ 5 Volumes ] Govt.
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7—“The Maori Canoe.”. BULLETINS; No. 5—“Maori Storehouses and Kindred Structures.” By E. BEST. Price, 10/6; postage, 8d. 7—“The Maori Canoe.” By E. BEST. Price, Owner's signature. Some fading to wrappers. Some creasing to wrappers. ; 46 pages. Printed paper wrappers. Illustrated. Page dimensions: mm x mm.
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Published by Te Papa Press. ISBN This sequel to the author’s acclaimed first book on Maori philosophy, In fully illustrated essays, Mäori write about the meaning of the taonga and about their myths, culture, and society.
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Maori Storehouses and Kindred Structures [bound with] The Pa Maori: An Account of the Fortified Villages of the Maori in Pre-European and Modern Times; Illustrating Methods of Defence by Means of Ramparts, Fosses, Scarps, and Stockades.
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