they made them better at hunting
flax and cloaks
the Maori name of one of the early migration canoes is Aotea
The precious rock that the early Maori hunted for was pounamu, better known as jade. The Maori used the strong rock for weapons.
Pre European days, maori were not familiar with money. They hunted for their food, grew their own crops and lived off what the land had to offer in terms of food sources. Europeans then came to nz and that's when monetary value was put on items such as land, food, and other items. In early times maori traded goods in lieu of money.
Undoubtedly the early Maori.
Sometimes ... but not always !
Maori culture is unique to Aotearoa New Zealand. The ancestors of the Maori came from Polynesia in Early times, suggested around the 13th century.
The river was named by the Maori people long before Europeans arrived in the early 1800's. The name Waikato translates as "flowing water" (wai=water, kato=flowing).
Some early Maori explorers were men like Kupe, Ngahue, and Toi. They established a great tradition of explorers and adventurers from their native New Zealand.
The early Maori came from Eastern Polynesia.
Matariki is the Maori name for the group of stars also known as the Pleiades star cluster or The Seven Sisters; and what is referred to as the traditional Maori New Year.
diseases such as measles, chicken pox, etc. Maori did not have the right medicine for these diseases, it wiped out many Maori.
everything including the eyes
The Maori and Greek Gods were known to be close. This Gods were well known in the early modern era.
Newfoundland was the first province to be discovered by early Europeans. Please don't erase what I put.
If this is for school it's probably in you book.
it was when the europeans settled in australia
hunting and gathering
they used it for ketes, weapons, clothes and capes
early to mid 1800.
flax, stone, bonesc