The following numbers cover the books, CDs and DVDs for this area and are located on level one. Look for the kōwhaiwhai label on the spine of the resource.
|Subject Heading||Subject Location|
|DU 411||Tiriti o Waitangi - Treaty of Waitangi history|
|DU 422.8||Kōrero taumata - Māori biography|
|DU 423||Tikanga and mātauranga Māori - Māori culture and knowledge|
|DU 423.M42||Wharenui - Meeting houses|
|DU 423.S63||Kawa - Protocols including pōwhiri etc|
|DU 424||Iwi - Tribes|
|GR 375||Pūrākau - Myths and legends|
|KUQ||Kerēme (Tiriti o Waitangi) - Treaty of Waitangi claims|
|M 1842||Waiata - Songs|
|N 7406||Mahi toi - Art|
|NK 9793||Whakairo - Carving|
|PL||Mātauranga wetereo - Māori dictionaries and grammar|
|PN 6519.M35||Whakatauki - Proverbs|
|PR||Tuhinga kōrero - Literature including poetry, short stories, etc|
|TT 848-880||Raranga - Weaving|
Welcome to the Indigenous Studies Subject Guide. A selection of resources have been hand selected for you to use to aid you with your studies. If you have any questions at all please contact the library.
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