Whai , or Cat's Cradle , Volume 34, 1901, Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 1901

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The principal string game of the whare tapere of yore was the above, known in full as the “ whai wawewawe a Maui .” It was a favourite amusement of young people, and the elders often took part in it. A great many different patterns obtained, some of them being most intricate and difficult to acquire. One pattern is known as “ te waka-o-Tama-rereti ...


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