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▶ Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 7 - YouTube

▶ Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 7 - YouTube

▶ Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 7 - YouTube

▶ Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 7 - YouTube

▶ Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 3 - YouTube

▶ Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 3 - YouTube

▶ Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 2 - YouTube

▶ Waitangi - What Really Happened: Part 2 - YouTube

On This Day (5/31/1884): In 1884 Tawhiao I, leader of the Waikato tribes and the second Maori King (Matutaera Te Pukepuke Te Paue Te Karato Te-a-Potatau Tawhiao) traveled to London to try and persuade Queen Victoria to honor the Treaty of Waitangi. Upon arrival, the Queen refused to meet with him, and instead Lord Derby, Secretary of State for the Colonies, met him and said it was a New Zealand problem.

On This Day (5/31/1884): In 1884 Tawhiao I, leader of the Waikato tribes and the second Maori King (Matutaera Te Pukepuke Te Paue Te Karato Te-a-Potatau Tawhiao) traveled to London to try and persuade Queen Victoria to honor the Treaty of Waitangi. Upon arrival, the Queen refused to meet with him, and instead Lord Derby, Secretary of State for the Colonies, met him and said it was a New Zealand problem.

The Treaty Of Waitangi must be the most sacred, revered and talked about document in New Zealand history. The drama begins on 3rd of February, 1840 as Busby ...

The Treaty Of Waitangi must be the most sacred, revered and talked about document in New Zealand history. The drama begins on 3rd of February, 1840 as Busby ...

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