2 edition of Additional notes on Hawaiian feather work found in the catalog.
Additional notes on Hawaiian feather work
William Tufts Brigham
|Statement||by William T. Brigham.|
|Series||Memoirs of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum -- v. 1, no. 5., Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History -- v. 1, no. 5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||19|
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Hawaiian Feather Work: Capes, Helmets, Lei, and Sacred Cordons Introduction Ancient Hawaiian feather work demanded respect; these pieces were only worn by the ali‘i. These capes took hundreds of thousands of feathers and multiple generations in order for them to be crafted. Although feather. Additional Notes on Hawaiian Feather Work. Second Supplement. Bishop Museum Press 69p, colour frontis and 3 other colour plates, mm, original brown paper covers. b/w figs.
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MEMOIRS OF THE BERNICE PAUAHI BISHOP MUSEUM OF POLYNESIAN ETHNOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY -- Hawaiian Feather Work & Ancient Hawaiian Stone Implements & Additional Notes on Hawaiian Feather Work & An Index to the Islands of the Pacific Ocean; Vol 1.
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Ethnologists have thus another interesting group of facts available for use in the great work of building up the history of the race. The second a library discard, contains Vol 1 No. 5 (), and additional notes on Hawaiian Feather Work, Vol VII No.1 ().Seller Rating: % positive. Biography. William Tufts Brigham was born on After finishing the Boston Latin School he attended the Harvard University and graduated with the degree Master of Arts in In he studied Botany and from and he accompanied botanist Horace Mann Jr.
on Botanical surveys to the Hawaiian Islands where they discovered many new plant taxa. William Tufts Brigham has 27 books on Goodreads with 8 ratings. William Tufts Brigham’s most popular book is Northern California, Oregon and the Sandwich. A new display at a Hawaii hotel evokes a time when Ali'i Nui – high chiefs – ruled the land in feathered cloaks.
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Nos.Author: Brigham, William TuftsSeller Rating: % positive. Hawaiian feather cloaks, known as ʻAhu ʻula (Photo left courtesy Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa) in the Hawaiian language, were worn with feather helmets (mahiole).
These were symbols of the highest rank reserved for the men of the aliʻi, the chiefly class of Hawaii. There are over examples of this traditional clothing in. Additional notes on Hawaiian feather work / by William T.
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The shop is symbolic of traditional Hawaiian artistry. Two gorgeous feather capes, one crafted by Aunty Mary Lou herself, rest framed on a table, exuding history, heart and mana (power). Mana, in Hawaiian, is the source of one’s brilliance and stature, the source of all spiritual essence.ADDITIONAL NOTES ON HAWAIIAN FEATHER WORK, SECOND SUPPLEMENT (MEMOIRS OF THE BISHOP MUSEUM, VOL.
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