Mōkihi

A raft made of raupō/bulrushes, used at the Chatham islands.

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Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant, 1820-1895 :Mr Hughes after ye launch of ye Moki down river. The chief Taiaroa tryeth to ferry over Mr Wills. But as ye moki will not bear them, Mr Wills returns to the shore. Tairoa and ye Commissioner do cross. Mons Malmanche takes ye moki back. Over the river. Sunday 25 October [1848]
Date: 1848 From: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant 1820-1895 :[Sketchbook, no. 3] 1848-1849 By: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant (Hon), 1820-1895 Ref: E-334-069 Description: Rough sketch of the coastline near the Waitaki River, South Canterbury. Along the edge of the page is a series of 5 comic views of Taiaroa, Malmanche, Wills,...
Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant, 1820-1895 :Waihau, Sunday morning, making a moki. Hokey pokey. [October 1848].
Date: 1848 From: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant 1820-1895 :[Sketchbook, no. 3] 1848-1849 By: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant (Hon), 1820-1895 Ref: E-334-068 Description: In the upper sketch, four European men alongside a small tent, with two Maori, gathering sticks (possibly flax stalks) to make a small reed boat or mokihi. ...
Date: 1840 - 1850 From: Taylor, Richard, 1805-1873 :Sketchbook. 1835-1860. Ref: E-296-q-165-2 Description: A European man crossing a river, seated astride a raupo raft or mokihi. A bearded Maori man in the water at the right may be towing the raft. Other Titles -...
[Taylor, Richard], 1805-1873 :A moki made of bulrush. Vignette. [1840s?]
Date: 1840 - 1850 From: Taylor, Richard, 1805-1873 :Sketchbook. 1835-1860. Ref: E-296-q-165-1 Description: A Maori man or woman crossing a river, seated astride a raupo boat or mokihi, with cabbage trees and raupo on the bank to the right. Probably a scene on the ...
[Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant] 1820-1895 :Looking down Waitaki from the Runanga. Moki opp. Pukewhinau above Orinsline [?] (Awawakanau) 20 Dec., 1852
Date: 1852 From: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant, 1820-1895 :Scrapbook. 1840-1872. By: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant (Hon), 1820-1895 Ref: C-103-098-2 Description: Shows a heavily-laden mokihi (moki or rush canoe) on a river bank In: Mantell, W B D Scrapbook Other Titles - Mokihi Inscriptions: Recto - SDNM [i.e. Sout...
Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant, 1820-1895 :Lake Wainono 6 miles long, Oct 21-22 [1848]. Ye historie of ye Moki by WM Oct 22 1848. M. Malmanche conveys the moki to the river. The capabilities of the moki tried. Tis found she will not take 3 at once. Tom will try with 3 - Sacre bouillon! Ye paddle of ye said moki. Ye axe whych was lost out of ye moki.
Date: 1848 From: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant 1820-1895 :[Sketchbook, no. 3] 1848-1849 By: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant (Hon), 1820-1895 Ref: E-334-066 Description: Rough sketch of Lake Wainono looking across to distant hills, marked, on the left 'To Morokura', and on the right [two illegible words, possibly Taramea and ...
Heaphy, Charles 1820-1881 :View on the Pelorus River. Drawn by C Heaphy from a sketch by E J Wakefield Esqr. [Between 6 and 16 September 1839]
Date: 1839 By: Heaphy, Charles, 1820-1881; Wakefield, Edward Jerningham, 1820-1879; New Zealand Company; Turnbull, Alexander Horsburgh, 1868-1918 Ref: A-145-007 Description: Shows a Maori canoe with carved prow, containing 2 figures, one Maori, one European, and a dog, alongside a raft or mokihi being paddled by a young Maori man...
Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant, 1820-1895 :Mt Domett & valley of te Awawakamau from the Runangamoki, 19 Dec[embe]r 1852.
Date: 1852 From: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant 1820-1895 :[Sketchbook, no. 1] 1851-1852 Ref: E-332-046/047 Description: Shows a beached mohiki (raupo canoe) in the left foreground. A swampy plain with hills in the background. Mt Domett, Eyre, Kohurau and Ormond peaks identifie...
Date: [1905-1920] From: Cowan, James, 1870-1943 : Papers Ref: MSX-9073 Description: Notebook containing research notes relating to the Maori history of the Horowhenua including 'the life of Mahutu Te Toko'. Includes moteatea and whakatauki. ...