Pre-European ContactPre-European Contact
Ad the start of the continuous Polynesian settlement. These people, and subsequent arrivals, were the ancestors of present-day Māori
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The decision to present Maori with the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840 was one that was to become a crucial turning point in Maori-Pakeha race relations in New Zealand in the nineteenth centuryThe decision to present Maori with the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840 was one that was to become a crucial turning point in Maori-Pakeha race relations in New Zealand in the nineteenth century
Pakeha interpretation of the Treaty and their subsequent assertion of sovereignty through political dominance, while the consequences for Maori included their own differing interpretations of the Treaty and assertions of sovereignty through coming into conflict
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Main features of interaction maori and pakehaMain features of interaction maori and pakeha
The Industrial Revolution was the ultimate push behind the settlement of New Zealand by British people and capital. According to Belich, Europeans came to New Zealand for
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East Polynesian colonists who arrived in New Zealand c. 1280 adEast Polynesian colonists who arrived in New Zealand c. 1280 ad
During the Archaic period, what did Maori do for food? Was it the same in all of nz?
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Britain becomes more involvedBritain becomes more involved
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Māori Cultural Competencies for health and disability advocates IntroductionMāori Cultural Competencies for health and disability advocates Introduction
Māori. They will be introduced as part of training on Māori Cultural Competencies and are to be integrated into advocacy practice. Central to the competencies is the intention that all people are treated with dignity and respect
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