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The New Zealanders’ Illustrated

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Mount Egmont and a Maori war canoe, from Angas's 'The New Zealanders Illustrated' (1847). This gives a good picture of a Maori canoe at sea with lateen sail and carved prow and stern pieces This composite picture is taken from 'The New Zealanders Illustrated' (1847) by G. F. Angas: — 1 • 'Mode of fishing with nets on Lake Taupo.' 2 • 'A fishing weir, or eel trap, on the river Mokau.' 3 • 'A wooden fish-hook.' 4 • 'Fish-hook generally in use.' 5 • 'Eel trap, formed of twigs.' 6 • 'A wooden digging stick.' 7 • 'A pounder for beating flax.' 8 • 'Wooden flute.' 9 • 'Bark bucket.' 10 • 'Flax basket.' 11 • 'Ancient wooden bowl for kumaras.' 12 • 'Flax sandals.' 13 • 'Flax Sandals.' 14 •…


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