New Zealand within our hearts (HD) - By Jimmy Olsson - YouTube

I have made this clip only to promote the lovely New Zealand. Music: Steve Jablonsky - My Name Is Lincoln (Soundtrack: The Island) The movie is made by clips.

List of iwi - Wikipedia

Territorial Claims of Maori Iwi in New Zealand

Attack on Tītokowaru's village, Te Ngutu-o-te-manu

Story : New Zealand Wars - Te Ara - Encyclopaedia of NZ

The usual defence of stories about Pākehā enraged by Māori 'uppitiness' is that the media are simply reporting people’s views. And that's bollocks, says Aaron Smale.  If you drive down the new expressway on the Kapiti Coast towards Wellington, when you get near Waikanae there is a slight bend. On

The Kapiti Expressway, Māori road names, and the media outrage machine

If Waitangi Day was observed as it should be - and no doubt one day will be - it will be a two-day event. - New Zealand Herald

Herald on Sunday editorial: Seeds of Waitangi Day there

Treaty of Waitangi - YouTube

Produced in what has changed? This documentary examines the Treaty between the Crown and Māori.

We all agree about Māoritanga's vital place at the heart of New Zealand culture, so why, asks Luke Tipoki, are we so relaxed about letting incorrect Māori pronunciation slide?   Kai Kora, Kai Kura, even Kia Kora (as I heard one person say on the six o'clock news the other night). Following the dev

You say Kai-kura, I say Kaikōura – why your inability to pronounce Māori place names p****s me off

A brief explanation of colonialism the concept and a very quick general history. http://www.unboringlearning.com

A brief explanation of colonialism the concept and a very quick general history. http://www.unboringlearning.com

500 Years of European Colonialism - YouTube

In when the Americas were discovered, a new era of European-based colonialism set fourth which eventually saw the continent control most of the World's.


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Attack on Tītokowaru's village, Te Ngutu-o-te-manu

The Treaty Signed The Treaty of Waitangi was signed on 6 February 1840, between the British Crown and Māori. About forty chiefs signed at Waitangi. Copies of the Treaty document were thereafter taken around New Zealand for further Maori signatures. About 500 Māori eventually signed various copies at various times. However, significant chiefs and groups of Maori chose not to sign, especially Te Whero Whero of Waikato, who would later...  Read more »

The New Zealand Wars - A site dedicated to the history of Aotearoa - Has a student hub, secondary school focus.

The Treaty of Waitangi is New Zealand’s founding document. 177 years after it was first signed, few New Zealanders have any idea what it is or what it means. Joining Tristram Clayton is NZME Māori  affairs expert Moehau Hodges-Tai to help shed some light on this founding treaty.

The Treaty of Waitangi is New Zealand’s founding document. 177 years after it was first signed, few New Zealanders have any idea what it is or what it means

Matariki – Māori New Year – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

– Ngā umanga – Māori business enterprise – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

List of iwi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Territorial Claims of Maori Iwi in New Zealand

What Waitangi could be http://www.nzherald.co.nz/politics/news/article.cfm?c_id=280&objectid=11794904

If Waitangi Day was observed as it should be - and no doubt one day will be - it will be a two-day event. - New Zealand Herald

Cook’s map of New Zealand, 1773 – History – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

When was New Zealand first settled? – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

NZ Wars Part 3 The Invasion Of Waikato - YouTube

NZ Wars Part 3 The Invasion Of Waikato - YouTube

Waitangi DVD - YouTube

Waitangi DVD - YouTube

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