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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8382 040X
Name: 
Best, Elsdon
Dates: 
1856-1931
Creation class: 
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Language material
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author
Related names: 
Andersen, Johannes C. (1873-1962)
Andersen, Johannes Carl (1873-1962)
Dominion Museum (Wellington)
Dominium Museum (Wellington)
Falla, R.A.
MacFadgen-Richardson, Betty I.
McKenzie, John (1839-1901))
New Zealand. Lands and Survey Dept. [from old catalog]
Polynesian Society (N.Z.)
Tawa Historical Society
Wood, David R.
Titles: 
astronomical knowledge of the Maori, genuine and empirical, including data concerning their systems of astrogeny, astrolatry, and natural astrology, The
astronomical knowledge of the Maori, The : genuine and empirical : including data concerning their systems of astrogeny, astrolatry, and natural astrology, with notes on certain other natural phenomena
astronomical knowledge of the Maori, The ; The Maori division of time
Best of Tawa : Porirua, and they who settled it : first published in the Canterbury times, 11 March 1914 to 1 July 1914
Fishing methods and devices of the Maori
Forest lore of the Maori : with methods of snaring, trapping, and preserving birds and rats, uses of berries, roots, fern-root, and forest products, with mythological notes on origins, karakia used, etc.
Games and pastimes of the Maori; an account of various exercises, games and pastimes of the natives of New Zealand, as practised in former times; including some information concerning their vocal and instrumental music.
Maori agriculture : the cultivated food plants of the natives of New Zealand, with some account of native methods of agriculture, its ritual and origin myths
Maori as a deep-sea navigator, explorer, and colonizer
Maori as he was: a brief account of Maori life as it was in pre-European days, The
Maori canoe and Polynesian voyagers, The
Maori canoe, The : an account of various types of vessels used by the Maori of New Zealand in former times, with some description of those of the Isles of the Pacific, and a brief account of the peopling of New Zealand
Maori canoe, The : an account of various types of vessels used by the Maori of New Zealand in former times, with some descriptiopn of those of the Isles of the Pacific, and a brief account of the peopling of New Zealand
Maori division of time including data concerning their systems of astrogeny, astrolatry and natural astrology, with notes on certain other natural phenomena, The
Maori medical lore : notes on the causes of disease and treatment of the sick among the Maori people of New Zealand, as believed and practised in former times, together with some account of various ancient rites connected with the same
Māori numeration
Maori religion and mythology, being an account of the cosmogony, anthropogeny, religious beliefs and rites, magic and folk lore of the Maori folk of New Zealand ...
Maori school of learning, The : its objects, methods, and ceremonial
Maori storehouses and kindred structures. Houses, platforms, racks, and pits used for storing food, etc.
Notes on the art of war : as conducted by the Maori of New Zealand, with accounts of various customs, rites, superstitions, &c., pertaining to war, as practised and believed in by the ancient Maori
pa maori, an account of the fortified villages of the Maori in pre-European and modern times ..., The
pa Maori, The : an account of the fortified villages of the Maori in pre-European and modern times, illustrating methods of defence by means of ramparts, fosses, scarps and stockades
Polynesian voyagers an account of various types of vessels used by the Maori of New Zealand in former times, with some descriptions of those of the Isles of the Pacific and a brief account of the peopling of New Zealand the Maori as deep-sea navigator, explorer and colonizer
Polynesian voyagers : the Maori as a deep-sea navigator, explorer, and colonizer
Some aspects of Maori myth and religion.
Spiritual and mental concepts of the Maori.
stone implements ... 1912., The
stone implements of the Maori, The
Tuhoe, the children of the mist; a sketch of the origin, history, myths and beliefs of the Tuhoe tribe of the Maori of New Zealand, with some account of other early tribes of the Bay of Plenty district.
Waikare-Moana : the sea of the rippling water, the lake, the land, the legends. With a tramp through Tuhoe Land
Waikare-moana, the Sea of the Rippling Waters : the lake, the land, the legends, with a tramp through Tuhoe Land
whare kohanga (the "nest house") and its lore, The : comprising data pertaining to procreation, baptism, and infant betrothal, &c., contributed by members of the Ngati-Kahungunu tribe of the North Island of New Zealand
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