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He kete he korero = Every kete has a story / [compiled by] Toi Te Rito Maihi & Maureen Lander.

By: Maihi, Toi Te Rito, 1942- [author.].
Contributor(s): Lander, Maureen [author.] | Maihi, Toi Te Rito, 1942-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland [N.Z.] : Raupo Reed Publishing (NZ), 2005; 2008Description: 111 p. : color illustrations ; 18 x 22 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780143009924; 9780790010304.Other title: Kete he korero [Portion of title] | Every kete has a story.Subject(s): Kete -- Anecdotes | Basket making -- New Zealand -- Anecdotes | Bast work -- New Zealand | Bast work -- New Zealand -- Anecdotes | Kete | Kōrero taumataDDC classification: z746.4120993 KET
Contents:
Merimeri Penfold -- Dorothy Ramae MacKinnon -- Florrie Berghan -- Kate Harbutt -- Kerei & Hokimate Rawinia james -- Josephine Neho -- Betty Andrews -- Rowena Maude Rewiti -- Whanaupani Thompson -- Joan Metge -- Urikore Erana Matthews -- Manos Nathan -- Coral Kaire -- Toi Te Rito Maihi -- Riria Smith -- Micah Butt -- Durelle Allen -- Terry Murray -- Medina Hauraki -- jane Allan -- Pa Henare Tate.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Some stories are told by the kete makers. They tell about the process of weaving a kete - learning the techniques, gathering and preparing the materials, then bringing everything together in the designing and making of the kete. Others are related by people whose kete have been passed on to them by family members, friends, noted weavers, or even strangers. These kete have come to be treasured by their owners as taonga imbued with the memories they carry. Their stories are often poignant, bringing back glimpses of earlier times and people who are no longer with us.

Stories about the making of kete.

Language Note: In English with some Maori

Merimeri Penfold -- Dorothy Ramae MacKinnon -- Florrie Berghan -- Kate Harbutt -- Kerei & Hokimate Rawinia james -- Josephine Neho -- Betty Andrews -- Rowena Maude Rewiti -- Whanaupani Thompson -- Joan Metge -- Urikore Erana Matthews -- Manos Nathan -- Coral Kaire -- Toi Te Rito Maihi -- Riria Smith -- Micah Butt -- Durelle Allen -- Terry Murray -- Medina Hauraki -- jane Allan -- Pa Henare Tate.

In English with some Māori.

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