|Articles and Stories by Arapera Blank||6|
|Men in a Strange Culture by E. G. Schwimmer||8|
|The Knight Errantry of Tamahae by Leo Fowler||11|
|Maori Culture in Schools by K. I. Robertson||18|
|Maori Action Songs by the Rev. K. Ihaka||24|
|The Teaching of Maori||26|
|Lady Buck's Ashes Are Interred||31|
|Wakahuia or Papahou by W. J. Phillipps||32|
|Otago Maoris Build in the Old Style—With a Difference, by Teowaina||35|
|A Maori School for New Farms at Kuratau, by E. J. Crabbe||36|
|Austria and the Maori People by Walter Brookes||38|
|A Vienna Journal by Wiremu Toetoe Tumohe||40|
|The Tougher Repair Jobs by Des Mahoney||44|
|How We Built Our Homes by C. S. Williams||46|
|Games of the Old-time Maori, Part II by Hemi Bennett||52|
|Queen Victoria had a Maori Godson by Alison Drummond||60|
|Spring is a Special Time for Mats and Carpets||62|
|Ko Te Reo Maori Na Koro Dewes||17|
|He Reo No Te Ao Tawhito Na Piwai Toi||22|
|Ko Te Whakaako O Te Reo Maori Na Wiremu Ngata||24|
|He Whare Perehi O Te Kingi Na Wiremu Toetoe Tumohe||40|
|Regular Features Seasonal Work on the Farm||49|
|Sports: Maori Rugby in Australia by Elsdon Craig||50|
|The Home Garden: Supplementary Cropping on Dairy Farms by R. G. Falconer||54|
|Letters to the Editor||56|
|Crossword Puzzle No. 23||57|
The Minister of Maori Affairs: The Rt. Hon. W. Nash.
The Secretary for Maori Affairs: M. Sullivan.
Chairman: B. E. Souter, Asst. Secretary.
Members: M. R. Jones, W. T. Ngata, E. G. Schwimmer, G. H. Stanley, M. J. Taylor.
Editor: E. G. Schwimmer, M.A.
Associate Editor (Maori text):
W. T. Ngata, Lic. Int.
Sponsored by the Maori Purposes Fund Board.
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PUBLISHED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF MAORI AFFAIRS OCTOBER 1958
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Maori Authors: In this volume (issues 21—24) we have published twenty-two authors of full or part Maori descent, as well as five Maori children from Oruaiti. Some of these authors published more than one contribution. Works included short stories, folklore, essays of Maori history and culture, and reportage. Eleven of the 22 authors wrote at least some of their contributions in the Maori language. Two of the authors (Wiremu Toetoe and Sir Apirana Ngata) age of a past generation. The others were: Hemi Bennett (Wellington), Arapera Blank (Punaruku), Wattie Carkeek (Wellington), Koro Dewes (Auckland), Rangimarie Hetet (Te Kuiti), Rev. Kingi Ihaka (Wellington), M. R. Jones (Wellington), Rev. Manga Kamarie (Waitara), Kathryn Leef (Mitimiti), Wiremu Ngata (Wellington), Rora Paki (Oparure), Paul Potiki (Wellington), Turoa Royal (Auckland), Kate Shaw (Palmerston North), Pine Taiapa Tikitiki), Teowaina (Dunedin), Ngaio Te Rito (Auckland), Ina Te Uira (Wellington), Piwai Toi (Opononi), Hohepa Topa (Auckland).
Cover Picture: This young musician is John Ryder, of Paparore Maori School. (Photo: Merv Holland.)
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