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.
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 a email to tepapa getting a reply from duncan west saying Dear Adrienne and Sophie, Thank you for your questions regarding the Treaty of Waitangi. Unfortunately Te Papa does not possess the original Treaty, instead we have a large scale replica of one of the pages that make up the Treaty made from glass.
But the original Treaty of Waitangi pages are just down the road in the Archives New Zealand building. Anyone can vist Archives New Zealand and view the Treaty in a special room. Try this website to find out more about the 9 separate documents that make up the Treaty of Waitangi: So that is the ancewr to our qustion
After that we went to the web site he told us to and they had sent us a the timeline of the treaty and that helped us a lot.
Thanks for the lessening to our presentation we hope you enjoyed it. Thank you.
The journey of the treaty
The Journey of the Treaty
BY: AJ AND SOPH
WHAT WAS THE JOURNEY OF THE TREATY?
WHICH TRIBES REFUSED TO SIGN THE
IS THE TREATY IN TE PAPA?
The treaty took a
bit more than one
week to travel the
It was signed by
more than 500
Soon after the
signing both the
Maori and English
Many years went by
and the treaty got
lots of bad
treatment. This is
how it looks like
That was all we
found out about the
journey of the