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    Inquiri with your bestest friend yuki 3 love u!!!!haha Inquiri with your bestest friend yuki 3 love u!!!!haha Presentation Transcript

    • History of NZ..... History of NZ....
    • NZ HISTORY TIMELINE 800~1000 years ago, NZ became the last island group to be settled by the polynesian people. 1400~1500 Development of the Classic Maori Material Culture including expansion of Maori settlement from coastal to inland areas, increase horticulture and development of Pa 1642 The first encounter between Maori and European in Goden Bay. 1790 An epidemic of rewha-rewha (possibly influenza) kills 60% of the Māori population in the southern North Island 1825~1918 20,000 maori killed in maori’s first musket war. 1835 19 November: A chartered ship carrying 500 Maori from Ngati Tama and Ngati Mutunga armed with guns, clubs and axes, arrives on the Chatham Islands. It is followed by another ship with 400 more Maori on 5 December. Those Moriori that are not killed are enslaved 1853 Idea of a Māori King canvassed by Tamihana Te Rauparaha and Matene Te Whiwhi. About 100 Māori - mostly chiefs - enrolled to vote in the forthcoming election New Zealand general election 1865 Māori resistance continues 1825~1918 20,000 maori killed in maori’s first musket war. 1825~1918 20,000 maori killed in maori’s first musket war. 1865 Māori resistance continues 1966 Te Atairangi Kaahu becomes first Māori Queen. 2004 Māori Party formed
    • What was the schooling and education like in NZ?
      • Orally
      • House of learning
      • Parents told their children about the maori legends and the history and passed it on
      • They taught them how to speak English after the Europeans came
      • School house
      • Shared by home and community
      • Learnt the language and how to behave from parents and grandparents
      • Learnt to hunt, fish, cook, build, make baskets, etc
      • Organised themselves
      • They taught them how to speak English after the Europeans came
    • How did they feed their family and what did they eat?
      • They grew :
      • sweet potato called Kumara
      • Taro,
      • Potato
      • other vegetables
      • They hunt
      • pigs
      • Dogs
      • Myanmar mice.
      • Crabs
      • Lobsters
      • Eels
      • Fish
      • Birds
      • other seafood.
    • CAUSES AND EFFECT Event Happens Treaty of Waitangi was made and signed. T.O.W was translated T.O.W was translated wrong so there was a misunderstanding and the maori disagreed with the wrong rule which made a fight They were introduced to new weapons from the Europeans to fight against the invaders. The country was quite safe They were organised enough that they lived happily together Treaty of Waitangi
    • How do the past event effects us today? There wasn't any leaders or government in the past but now there's a government as every other country.
    • How did Maori people adapt to European ways?
      • Europeans changed their clothes because they thought the maoris were half-dressed and inappropriate
      • Europeans did not like what they ate so they stopped eating dogs and some birds.
    • Do you think it was fair?
      • Yes
      • In return the Europeans had to protect NZ
      • They had to adapt to some of the maori ways too
      • They leant each other and supported each other by this way
      They were in peace!
    • http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/history/1 BIBLIOGRAPHY www.newzealandnz.co.nz/maori/ http://history-nz.org/maori.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C4%81ori NZ herald KIWI CULTURESnewspaper