He whakaahua - Images
The library holds a number of works that contain information about he whakaahua in our Heritage Māori Collection.
We have a range of useful databases, which can be accessed on our Digital Content page. Particularly useful is:
Archives New Zealand preserves and protects more than seven million official records, from 19th century treaties to 21st century documents and data. Their goal is for all New Zealanders to easily access and use this taonga, connecting you to your rights and entitlements and stories - now and for the future.
Matapihi DigitalNZ is a search site for all things New Zealand, connecting you to reliable digital collections from libraries, museums, galleries, and more. You can discover more than 30 million digital items from more than 200 organisations on any topic.
Hawke's Bay's award-winning musem, home of the region's taonga and other treasures.
The National Library of New Zealand collects, connects, and co-creates knowledge to power New Zealand. The National Library has a wide range of collections including books, magazines, audio, websites, Turnbull archival collections, and more.
Trove helps you find and use resources relating to Australia. It's more than a search engine - Trove brings together content from libraries, museums, archives, repositories and more. Trove is a collaboration between the Australian National Library, Australia's State and Territory libraries and hundreds of cultural and research institutions around Australia, working together to create a legacy of Australia's knowledge for now and into the future. Includes Māori images and objects in the National Library.