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New Zealand's Maori

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This presentation maps New Zealand and its 16 regional councils, including a series of thematic maps regarding the Maori ethnic group based upon 2006 New Zealand census data.

This presentation maps New Zealand and its 16 regional councils, including a series of thematic maps regarding the Maori ethnic group based upon 2006 New Zealand census data.

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  • 1. ColePROJECT Nancy Cole GEOG3950 Dr. Terance L. Winemiller July 26, 2011
  • 2. New Zealand’s Maori: A Series of Maps Displaying 2006 Census Data, by Regional Council
  • 3. The Maori, New Zealand’s indigenous people, first arrived by canoe from eastern Polynesia more than 1,000 years ago. Europeans began arriving in the 17th century.
  • 4. According to the most recent census, 565,329 Maoris lived in New Zealand as of 2006, accounting for 14.1 percent of the country’s total population of 4,027,947.
  • 5. New Zealand (Shaded Relief) 2006 (262K), Transverse Mercator, CP 172:00 E / 41:00 S http:www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/new_zealand.html
  • 6. New Zealand (Administrative Divisions) 2006 (262K), Transverse Mercator, CP 172:00 E / 41:00 S, with Regional Council boundaries http:www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/new_zealand.html
  • 7. Land Information New Zealand Place Names Database Page http://www.linz.govt.nz/placenames/findnames/topographic-names-db
  • 8. New Zealand 2006 Census Home Page http:www.stats.govt.nz/Census/2006CensusHomePage.aspx
  • 9. New Zealand 2006 Census Regional Summary Tables Page http://www.stats.govt.nz/Census/about-2006census/regional-summary-tables.aspx#
  • 10. New Zealand 2006 Census QuickStats About Maori http://www.stats.govt.nz/Census/2006CensusHomePage/ QuickStats/quickstats-about-a-subject/maori.aspx
  • 11. New Zealand 2006 Census QuickStats About Maori http://www.stats.govt.nz/Census/2006CensusHomePage/QuickStats/ quickstats-about-a-subject/maori/tables-ko-nga-papatau.aspx
  • 12. New Zealand Maori sharing in the sacred act of hongi, exchanging the ha or breath of life.
  • 13. Captain James Cook’s 1769 map of New Zealand. (Salmond, page 118)
  • 14. A young Maori welcoming group.
  • 15. (Sutton, pages xvi-xvii)
  • 16. A Maori woman blows a conch horn.
  • 17. Polynesian dispersal patterns, as indicated by current archaeological and linguistic evidence. (Sutton, page 5)
  • 18. A Maori performs a traditional haka, an eye-rolling, tongue-flicking war dance.
  • 19. Maori tribal locations. (Rice, pages 588-589)
  • 20. Traditional Maori tattoos.
  • 21. Distribution of Maori on the South Island of New Zealand, about 1750. (Clark, page 40).
  • 22. New Zealand rugby team performs a haka.
  • 23. The loss of Maori lands -- North Island, New Zealand. (Robinson, page 87).
  • 24. Young New Zealanders exchanging the breath of life.
  • 25. Counties where Maori pupils in state schools exceed 30 per cent of the school population. (Cameron, page 74)
  • 26. New Zealand pastoral scene.
  • 27. South Island: Provincial Districts, Land Districts, Counties, and Regions of Popular Conception. (Clark, pages 6 and 7)
  • 28. New Zealand mountain scene.