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Maori inquiry

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Maori inquiry

  1. 1. NEWZEALANDHISTORYNEWZEALANDHISTORY By Jenny and Breanna
  2. 2. Circa 1300 AD-Maori come to NZ 1769-James Cook travels to NZ and claims some land 1790-Deep sea whalers come and Maori are deeply effected 1820-Hongi Hika (Hone Heke’s uncle) meets with King George IV 1821-Musket wars between Northern and Southern tribes 1834-25 chiefs adopt United Tribes flag 1835-Declaration of Independence, signed by 35 chiefs 1840-The Treaty Of Waitangi was made1843-Violent confrontation between Europeans and Maori. 1845-The Northern War starts 1864-Waikato war ends 1865-Maori resistance continues, with Te Kooti Arikirangi and Titokowaru leading 1872-Maori resistance ceases 1884-King Tawhiao visits England with a petition for the Queen, appealing to the Treaty. He is refused access 1819-Chiefs Te Rauparaha, Patuone, Nene, Moetara and Tuwhare lead raids on the Taranaki and Te Whanganui-a- tara areas 1853-Maori get the idea of a Maori king 1858-First maori king settled 1860-War in Taranaki 1886-Mount Tarawera erupts
  3. 3. How did Maori have to adapt to European ways? • No time, no order. • Different lifestyles. • Introduced things. • Disrupted peace. • Slightly changed cultures.
  4. 4. Do you think it was fair? • Many different perspectives. How did Maori school their children? • History • Practical methods of teaching. • Taught by watching, listening, copying and practising.
  5. 5. How were Maori lives different from European’s? Maori Lifestyles European Lifestyles •Diet- Fishing, planting and hunting. •Housing- Lived in whares (huts) with thatched roofs. •Jobs- Men to provide animals for eating, shelter and to make canoes. Women to garden, make food and clothing. •Cooking- Used fireplaces and hangis. •Age- Around 30, of teeth. •Clothing- Flax and cloaks of skins and feathers. •Diet- Whaling and Sealing and vegetation. •Housing- Pitched tents and built wooden houses. •Jobs- Men to hunt and build shelter Women to clean, prepare food. •Cooking- Used stoves and fires. •Age- Around 70 •Clothing- Material of cotton and silk in suits.
  6. 6. Cause: The disorder between the Maori and Europeans The Cause and Effects ofThe Cause and Effects of Culture-friendly to other countries Connection of New Zealanders Still some conflict. Kept the Maori language The founding document of New Zealand Effects
  7. 7. Picture of a Maori village, and their lifestyles.
  8. 8. What is the result of the Treaty of Waitangi now? •New Zealand is the most bi-cultural in the world •The Treaty of Waitangi represents New Zealand •A connection between the people of New Zealand •Still some conflict •The Maori language is kept alive
  9. 9. -An A-Z of Kiwi Fact & Folklore, Gordon Ell, 2003 New Holland publishers (Auckland) Ltd -The Maori, Pamela Odijk, 1991 Macmillian Australia -History-nz.org/timeline.html -En.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maori_Culture -www.tepapa.govt.nz/education/ onlineresources/sgr/pages/ glasstreaty.asp -en.wikipedia.org/wiki/list_of _countries_by_life_expecancy -Mrs Fletcher, 10th November 2010, Teacher, Takapuna Normal Intermediate School

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