Study sample: Searches of public databases between 1988 and 2014 returned 1182 published records. After exclusions for duplicates and out of scope works, 75 records remained for further analysis. Content analysis was used to group the records into five separate themes.
Communicating mainly by gestures one of the herdsmen, in a battered trilby style hat, his face lined by sun and wind and warmed by a gap toothed grin, gestured towards a small wooden hut. In the centre a very rough and ready fire of old sticks and twigs burned in the middle of the earth floor. This was where they made their cheese.
In The Cook Voyages Encounters, respected Pacific scholar Janet Davidson details the collection of Mori, Pacific, and Native American objects associated with the voyages held at Te Papa, one of the few significant institutional collections that have not been fully described until now. Richly illustrated and accessibly written, it is a treasure trove of fascinating items from Hawaii, Tonga, the Society Islands, and Aotearoa, as well as two smaller groups of Native American objects from Tierra del Fuego and the Northwest Coast of North America. This highly informative volume provides a comprehensive guide to the objects associated with all three voyages held at New Zealand National Museum..
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But on the eve her fans first heard Speak Now, Swift told us she was filled with fear. “These songs are basically my journal entries from the last two years,” she explained, “and that of course makes me much more vested in how people hear them.” In the end, she could rest easy. The album sold more than 1 million copies in its first week and went on to win two Grammys and a spot on Rolling Stone’s “Women Who Rock: 50 Greatest Albums of All Time” by female recording artists..