Māori were a unique, distinguishing element of New Zealand life. For a time around the 1900s Australians called New Zealand ‘Maoriland’ and a few New Zealanders also used the name. The poet Thomas Bracken collected his verse under the title Musings in Maori-land, with images which were appropriately nationalistic.
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