Traditional lifeways of the Southern Maori : the Otago University Museum ethnological project, 1920 / James Herries Beattie ; edited by Atholl Anderson.
Contributor(s): Anderson, Atholl | Anderson, Atholl | Otago Museum | University of Otago. Museum.Material type: BookPublisher: Dunedin [N.Z.] : University of Otago Press in association with Otago Museum, 1994Description: 636 pages : illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0908569793 (pbk.) :.Subject(s): Maori (New Zealand people) -- New Zealand -- South Island -- Social life and customs | Maori (New Zealand people) -- New Zealand -- South Island -- History | Kāi Tahu (New Zealand people) -- History | Ngai Tahu (Maori people) | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social life and customs | Maori -- New Zealand -- Nelson -- Social life and customs | Maori (New Zealand people) -- History | Maori -- New Zealand -- South Island -- History | Maori -- New Zealand -- South Island -- Folklore | Kai Tahu (Maori people) -- Social life and customs | Mythology, Maori -- New Zealand -- South Island | Legends -- New Zealand -- South Island | Kōrero nehe | Tikanga-ā-iwi | Take tikanga tangata | Matauranga tikanga tangata | South Island (N.Z.) -- History | Southland (N.Z.) -- HistoryDDC classification: 305.89940937
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Beattie had a strong sense that traditional knowledge needed to be recorded fast. For twelve months, he interviewed people from Foveaux Strait to North Canterbury, and from Nelson and Westland. He also visited libraries to check information compiled by earlier researchers, spent time with Maori in Otago Museum recording southern names for fauna and artefacts, visited pa sites, and copied notebooks lent to him by informants. Finally he worked his findings up into the systematic notes, which eventually became manuscript 181 in the Hocken Collections, and now this book.
Publication of Beattie's Manuscript 181 held at the Hocken Library.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 607-610) and index.
Murihiku: Habitations, sleeping places, storehouses, fortifications. Clothing. Flaxwork. Personal adornment. Paints, dyes, colours, perfumes. Tattooing, wood-carving. Play, games, pastimes, recreation, amusements, entertainments, water-sports, musical instruments, singing and dancing. Medical lore. Disposal of the dead. Customs. Weapons. Canoes and paddles, torches and torching, spades and digging. Domestic science. Vegetable foods, etc. Fish, eels, sharks, whales, shellfish. Birds. Insects, worms, lizards. Dogs, rats, bats. Trees, shrubs, plants, tussocks, ferns. Winds, weather, rainbows, stars, seasons. Wharekura, tapu, karakia, tuahu, tohukas, witchcraft, omens. Folk tales. Table giving names of relationships (South Island dialect) at Oraka (Colac Bay), Waikouaiti, Moeraki and at Temuka kaikas -- Canterbury: Habitations. Personal wear and clothing. Flaxwork. Personal adornment. Paints, dyes, and scents. Tattooing and wood-carving. Games and music. Medical lore. Disposal of the dead. Customs. Weapons. Greenstone. Canoes, etc. Domestic science. Vegetable foods. Ichthyology. Ornithology. Entomology. Zoology. Botany. Meteorology and Astronomy. Religion. Mythology. Superstition. Folk-tales and proverbs. History. Table giving names of relationships at Rapaki, Taumutu and Tuahiwi [Canterbury], and also up in the Province of Nelson. Information relating to names of things, etc., contact with pakehas, some interesting words, introduced animals, introduced plants, parts of the human body named in Nelson, Canterbury, and Murihiku -- Nelson: Habitations. Clothing and flaxwork. Personal adornment, paints, dyes and scents, tattooing and carving, games and music. Medical lore, disposal of the dead, customs. Weapons, greenstone. Canoes, etc., domestic science, vegetable foods. Ichthyology, ornithology. Entomology, zoology, botany. Meteorology, on religion, superstition -- Westland : Paints, dyes and scents. Medical lore. Customs. Greenstone. Canoes, etc. Vegetable foods. Ichthyology. Ornithology. Entomology. Botany. Meteorology. Mythology, visit to Bruce Bay in 1908 or 1909, Maori Account -- Appendix 1 (Murihiku): Habitations and buildings. Clothing. Flaxwork. Personal adornment. Paints, dyes, and scents. Face-carving and wood-carving. Games and music. Medical lore. Disposal of the dead. Customs. Weapons. Greenstone. Canoes, etc. Domestic science. Ichthyology, etc., fishes and fishing. Ornithology, birds and birding. Entomology, etc., insects, worms and lizards. Botany, etc., trees and plants, vegetation, herbage. The religious element. Mythology. Superstition, wizardry. Folk-tales and sayings. History jottings. Names of things, contact with pakehas -- Appendix 2: Glossary of names for flora and fauna.
2009 Edition Edited by Atholl Anderson
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