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Connor Jane B. 1983. Polynesian Basketry. M. A. , University of Auckland.

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"This thesis is a comparative study of basketry from a number of island groups spread throughout Polynesia, using material and recorded evidence from the time of Captain Cook to the present day" (author"s abstract).

Chapter 2 describes the species used for plaiting and their preparation. Plants used include the coconut, nīkau, Pandanus, kiekie, Phormium, Cordyline, Astelia, toetoe, pīngao, kuta, aute, lacebark

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Polynesian Basketry

Connor Jane B.
M. A.
University of Auckland

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12 June 2007
4 September 2009
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