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WALLACE Rod 1989. A preliminary study of wood types used in pre-European Māori wooden artefacts. New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 17 : 22 -232
AUTHOR: WALLACE Rod
PUBLICATION DATE: 1989
TITLE: A preliminary study of wood types used in pre-European Māori wooden artefacts
PUBLISHER: New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph.
NOTES: A report on the woods used to make 762 pre-European artefacts found in swamps throughout New Zealand. 'Use' categories (e.g. carved panels, beaters, digging sticks, etc.) listed with the number and types of wood used described. Distinction made between wood from trunk and branch wood.
LINK WORDS: construction, fishing, Broussonetia, wood keyref, domestic, aute, games, canoes, tools, housing
RECORD NUMBER: 2373