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  • The History of the Tokotoko The History of the Tokotoko

    The Tokotoko, or ceremonial carved Walking Stick, are generally carried by those who have authority to speak on the Marae (Meeting House). Those who carry a Tokotoko are usually of importance or high rank within a tribe.  The carving on a Tokotoko may represent a legend or ancestor and was passed down through the generations, normally given to the next in line and...
    The Tokotoko, or ceremonial carved Walking Stick, are generally carried by those who have authority to speak on the Marae (Meeting House). Those who carry a Tokotoko are usually of importance or high rank within a tribe.  The carving on a Tokotoko may represent a legend or ancestor and was passed down through the generations, normally given to the next in line and...
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