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The postcard came from New Zealand Maori Warrior, Renata Kawepo Tama-K-Hikarangi by Gottfried Lindauer

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Ta Moko is the tradtional facial tattooing of the Maori people of New Zealand: "It's like turning your soul inside out for everyone to see and it keeps you humble. You don't need to talk about yourself so much because it is there for people to see.

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Connections: Maori George Hare, Polynesian Cultural Center, Laie, Hawaii by Art Wolfe

Renata Tama-ki-Hikurangi Kawepo. Carnell, Samuel 1832-1920 :Maori portrait negatives. Ref: 1/4-022223-G. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://natlib.govt.nz/records/22494833

Carte de visite portrait of Renata Kawepo, taken in the by Samuel Carnell of Napier. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).

Maori design on boddice and colour matched with the green. bootiful

In New Zealand, Maori women with tattooed lips and chins are considred the most beautiful.The more tattoes, the more desireable the woman is.

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Man in traditional clothes from Maori tribe, indigenous people of New Zealand

Tame Iti is a staunch Mana Maori activist.

How is Ta moko important to Maori culture? Ta moko is important to Maori culture because it shows their status in a tribe. A ta moko t.

Maori Women chin tattoos symbolize that she has the authority to speak as a leader within the tribe.

Culture ~ Maori Women chin tattoos symbolize that she has the authority to speak as a leader within the tribe.

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