Our third Object Story dedicated to the theme of Indigenous Peoples relates to a Māori heru (ornamental comb) in the collections of Brighton Museums. It was collected by a French naval officer in Akaroa, Te Wai Pounamu (South Island) during the early nineteenth century.
The writing of this story was inspired by evocative narratives presented in the exhibitions at Akaroa Museum.
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