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  • Waitangi
    What does James Busby have to do with the treaty of Waitangi?
    James Busby
    -He was born in scotland
    About him
    -James Busby studied grape growing in france
    James Busby
    James Busby
    James Busby
    His sisters name was Sarah Kennedy
    He was the son of an English Engineer
    In early 1840s’ he helped William Hobson draft the treaty of Waitangi.
    A house was completed for him in Waitangi
     
    When was James Busby born
    Date bith-7th February 1801
     
    When did he die
    He died on the 15th July 1870
    He died when he was 70
     
    What were James Busby’s duties
    His duties were to protect the British community

    Thank you for watching our presentation
    Of the treaty of Waitangi
    Made by Eleanor Blatchford and Joshua paranihi
     
  • Welcome to our presentation we are doing the journey of the treaty of Waitangi we have gathered some information to give you and hope you will use it well.
     
    The treaty took a bit more than one week to travel the country and be signed by all the settlers. It got signed by more than 500 people and theses people were in all different places of New Zealand.
     
    Soon after the signing both the Maori and English drafts disappeared to this day they still have not been found.
     
    As you see the treaty has gone through many years of bad treatment it was never looked after or cared about by the government.
     
    That is all we could find about the journey of the treaty now to our next question which tribes refused to sign the treaty.
     
    We found out that 5 tribes that refused to sign were The 5 tribes that did not sign the treaty of Waitangi were Tahoe, taraia, potatau te wherowhero, arawa and tuwharetoa.
    Sophie and I sent emails to tepapa wondering if the treaty was in there museum we found out that it is not it is really down the road in the nz archives building.
     
    Thanks for the lessening to our presentation we hope you enjoyed it.
    Thank you.

Transcript

  • 1. What does James Busby have to do with the treaty of Waitangi
  • 2. James Busby Were he live About him James Busby • He was born in Scotland • James Busby studied grape growing in France • James Busby published a book in 1825
  • 3. James Busby  His sisters name was Sarah Kennedy  He was the son of an English Engineer  In early 1840s’ he helped William Hobson draft the treaty of Waitangi.  A house was completed for him in Waitangi
  • 4. •Date bith-7th February 1801
  • 5. •He died on the 15th July 1870 He died when he was 70
  • 6. His duties were to protect the British community
  • 7. •Thank you for watching our presentation •Of the treaty of Waitangi •Made by Eleanor and Josh
  • 8. s
  • 9. Who did William Hobson actually help? William Hobson helped • Australia • Europe • and mostly New Zealand He helped Australia by giving New Zealand the treaty and now Australia are not in the middle of war.
  • 10. Who did William Hobson actually help? William Hobson helped • Australia • Europe • and mostly New Zealand He helped Australia by giving New Zealand the treaty and now Australia are not in the middle Of war. William Hobson helped by proposing the treaty to the Maori leaders. He also helped by making peace by not killing any Maori villager. He was sick of war between our two country and lots of lives being lost. He was also very Christian so he was very much against people fighting.
  • 11. .
  • 12. William Hobson helped by proposing the treaty to the Maori leaders. He also helped by making peace by not killing any Maori villager In August 1839 the British Government sent Captain William Hobson out to New Zealand aboard "The Herald", as British Consul, with orders to a part of New Zealand and place it under British rule. His mission was to organize a treaty and get the Maori chiefs to accept British sovereignty over all, or at least over parts of the country. The British Government was anxious to establish sovereignty in order to stabilize the degrading situation in New Zealand. William Hobson (1793-1842) was a British naval commander and governor of New Zealand. He negotiated the Treaty of Waitangi with the Maori chiefs, which granted England sovereignty over New Zealand.
  • 13. The Journey of the Treaty BY: AJ AND SOPH
  • 14. WHAT WAS THE JOURNEY OF THE TREATY? WHICH TRIBES REFUSED TO SIGN THE TREATY? IS THE TREATY IN TE PAPA? OUR QUESTIONS
  • 15.  The treaty took a bit more than one week to travel the country.  It was signed by more than 500 people. The signing
  • 16.  Soon after the signing both the Maori and English drafts disappeared. Many years went by and the treaty got lots of bad treatment. This is how it looks like now. Disappearances and The treatment
  • 17.  That was all we found out about the journey of the treaty. That was the end of the journey [for now]
  • 18. Which Maori tribes refused to sign the treaty
  • 19. The 5 tribes that did not sign the treaty of Waitangi were Tahoe, Taraia, Potatau Te Wherowhero, Arawa and Tuwharetoa.
  • 20. Stay tuned and you will find out !!!!
  • 21. Answer : NO! The one in te-papa is a replica of the real treaty which is down the road in the archives New Zealand building.
  • 22. THE END