Māori women handle the shorn fleeces on the table in a shearing shed, in 1949. Māori men and women worked side by side in shearing sheds, and some of the earliest shearing gangs were entirely Māori.
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Alexander Turnbull Library, New Zealand Free Lance Collection (PAColl-0785)
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