By Jenny and Breanna
Circa 1300 AD-Maori come to NZ
1769-James Cook travels to NZ and claims
1790-Deep sea whalers come and Maori are
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-
1853-Maori get the idea of a Maori king
1858-First maori king settled
1860-War in Taranaki
1886-Mount Tarawera erupts
How did Maori have to adapt to European
• No time, no order.
• Different lifestyles.
• Introduced things.
• Disrupted peace.
• Slightly changed cultures.
Do you think it was fair?
• Many different perspectives.
How did Maori school their children?
• Practical methods of teaching.
• Taught by watching, listening,
copying and practising.
How were Maori lives different from
Maori Lifestyles European Lifestyles
•Diet- Fishing, planting and hunting.
•Housing- Lived in whares (huts) with
•Jobs- Men to provide animals for eating,
shelter and to make canoes.
Women to garden, make food and
•Cooking- Used fireplaces and hangis.
•Age- Around 30, of teeth.
•Clothing- Flax and cloaks of skins and
•Diet- Whaling and Sealing and
•Housing- Pitched tents and built wooden
•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
Cause: The disorder
between the Maori
The Cause and Effects ofThe Cause and Effects of
Connection of New
Still some conflict.
Kept the Maori
of New Zealand
Picture of a Maori
village, and their
What is the result of the Treaty of Waitangi
•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
-An A-Z of Kiwi Fact & Folklore,
Gordon Ell, 2003 New Holland
publishers (Auckland) Ltd
-The Maori, Pamela Odijk, 1991
-Mrs Fletcher, 10th
2010, Teacher, Takapuna
Normal Intermediate School