Digitised Image

Group of men and women with kete and other items made from flax, 1921

Reference Number: PA1-q-257-17-2

A group of men and women at Koroniti display items made from flax. These include kete, a string game or cat's-cradle (whai:mai whakangahau), and a small basket for serving food (rourou or kono). The young woman on the right displaying a string game is Pati Goff. Photographed by James Ingram McDonald in 1921.

Key terms:
1 image, related to Pati Goff, Koriniti, Maori kete, Whai, Maori, Women, Maori, Flax weaving, Rourou, Men, Maori and Flax.

Part of:
Photograph album of Whanganui River expedition, Reference Number PA1-q-257 (66 digitised items)
McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs, Reference Number PA-Group-00083 (84 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Silver gelatin print. Single photograph

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