3 edition of Correspondence and papers relating to the Maori uprisings in New Zealand 1861. found in the catalog.
Correspondence and papers relating to the Maori uprisings in New Zealand 1861.
|Series||British parliamentary papers, colonies, New Zealand -- 12, 1861 ((2798)) Vol.41|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
Obviously, given that it is an encyclopedia from the s, I'm willing to take the idea of pre-Maori New Zealanders with a pinch of salt. But Gavin Menzies also talks about it in his book , which I know is a work of pseudohistory. All I'm saying is, the concept of pre-Maori settlement seems to be a common theme, whether debunked or not.
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51 Browne to Newcastle, 29 AugustNo. 40, Correspondence and Papers Relating to the Maori Uprisings in New Zealand,–22; Browne to Gordon Gairdner, 18 October“Sir Thomas Gore Browne Letterbook”; Browne to Gairdner, 24 February: Kenton Scott Storey. Date: By: Menzies, James Alexander Robertson, Ref: MS-Papers Description: Papers mostly relating to his Superintendency of Southland.
Includes miscellaneous issues of New Zealand newspapers (). Quantity: 7 folder(s). Papers relating to Maori (MS‐). A collection of manuscripts, mostly in Māori, written during ‐ Many relate to people and events of the Waikato war.
See Hākena for further details. George Grey: Nga Tuhituhinga Maori / Grey Collection New Zealand Māori Manuscripts (MS‐). Date [ca ] By New Zealand. Māori Purposes Fund BoardNgata, Apirana Turupa (Sir), Ref MS-Papers Description. Includes research notes and correspondence of Sir Apirana Ngata, dealing particularly with his work on `Nga Moteatea' and the Centennial Atlas : New Zealand.
Māori Purposes Fund Board. Maori land rights. Journals of The House of Representatives of New Zealand. Auckland: NZ Government, Folio. Card Wrappers. pp June to September Includes Maori land issues, "native insurrection" in Waikato and Waitara, railway and postal services.
Blue card covers with cloth spine, some damage to spine but binding still firm. Letters to the papers expressed strong opinions on issues such as the New Zealand wars, Māori representation in Parliament and the Native Land Court. Pākehā- and church-owned newspapers Newspapers were also set up to promote temperance (limiting alcohol use), European ways and Christianity, and out of concern for Māori.
PP – () XLIV, New Zealand. Copies or extracts of correspondence between the Colonial Office and the governors of New Zealand since the last papers presented to Parliament. PP () LXXV, East India (proclamations).
Like his father, King Tāwhiao had no intention of becoming involved in the war in Taranaki. The government, however, remained unconvinced of this. In July Governor Gore Browne, seeking to isolate the Kīngitanga, invited chiefs to a conference at Kohimarama, Auckland.
Map of Wellington and Hawkes Bay area showing journeys made by Stokes, Kettle and Tiffin, for the New Zealand Company, - Colonel Wakefield recommended the Ahuriri District for the Church of England Settlement, 30 Apriln.d.
Papers relating to - (i) Cabinet 63/78 - Hankey to Harding (Head of Dominions Office) - 29 November. This paper seeks to provide an overview of the historical events that have influenced and shaped the way Māori have participated in New Zealand’s economic system. By examining the historical influences on Māori and the economy, it is possible to identify four key periods which assist in isolating the economic drivers for Māori.
New Zealand Army List. Colonial Forces. (Corrected to 30th November ) (Government Printer). Lists the officers of the Colonial Defence Force and of the various militias and volunteer groups.
Archives Army papers relating to the New Zealand Wars (Misc‐MS‐). A collection of. Sir Keith Sinclair New Zealand Labour Party collection, ca MSS & Archives A Sir Keith Sinclair collection relating to the Waitara land dispute ofMSS & Archives A Sir Keith Sinclair papers, MSS & Archives A Sir Keith Sinclair research notes re origins of the Maori wars, ca Moriori are believed to have migrated to the Chathams from the South Island of New Zealand.
In the late 18th century, there were about Moriori living on the Chathams. However, disease and attacks from Māori saw the numbers of this peace-loving tribe become severely depleted. Further Papers Relative to The Custody and Escape of The Chatham Islands Prisoners.
Return to an Order Of The House of Representatives, of the 18th August, Wellington: Folio. Unbound. pp 5. Further correspondence relating to the escape of the Maori prisoners from the Chatham Islands.
An important part of early New Zealand history. Bagnall $ - $ HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, PAPERS Relating to The Recent Disturbances in New Zealand. London: HMSO vii, p, folio, 4 maps/plans. Account of Maori disturbances. New Zealand war correspondence before ABSTRACT Little research has been published on New Zealand war correspondence but an assertion has been made in a reputable military book that the country has not established a strong tradition in this genre.
To test this claim, the author has made a preliminary examination of war correspondence. Get this from a library. Incidents of the Maori war, New Zealand, in [James Edward Alexander, Sir].
Manuscripts in the British Isles relating to Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Bishop Board boxes British Capt catalogue classes collection Colonial Office Company concerning containing convicts copies of letters Correspondence and papers Council defence Department despatches diary Diemen's Land documents Dominions draft Reviews: 1.
The New Zealand wars, a history of the Maori campaigns and the pioneering period by Cowan, James, Publication date Topics New Zealand -- History Publisher Wellington, Skinner Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto Language.
- Gilbert, T. New Zealand Settlers and Soldiers or The War in Taranaki; - Hadfield, O. A Sequel to 'One of England's Little Wars' - Hadfield, O. The New Zealand War: the Second Year of one of England's Little Wars; - Hawtrey, M. Justice to New Zealand, Honour to England; - Martin, W. The Taranaki Question.
3rd ed. - Grayling, W. The War in Taranaki, during the. He argued the point in his book, The Great War for New Zealand: Waikato The defining conflict in New Zealand history, he wrote, “did not take place on the Western Front, or at Gallipoli, or in North Africa”, but rather, in Waikato,in a premeditated war of conquest and invasion on the part of the Crown.
1 August. Te reo Māori The Maori Language Act came into force, making te reo Māori an official language of New Zealand. Read more Lorraine Moller wins Olympic bronze At the age of 37, Lorraine Moller ran the race of her life to place third in the marathon at the Barcelona Olympics in The Legends of Maui are deeply rooted in New Zealand's history and culture.
Māori were the first to arrive in New Zealand, journeying in canoes from Hawaiki about 1, years ago. A Dutchman, Abel Tasman, was the first European to sight the country but it was the British who made New Zealand part of.
General correspondence; Lands and Survey Department and Land Information New Zealand. Settlement areas including descriptions of land reserved for Māori use - see New Zealand Company below. Records include: Files relating to burial ground reserves and. The Hall-Baury-Jansen family papers consist of 3 boxes and one oversize box spanning the yearswith the bulk dating from the s to Of additional note are an New Zealand land contract with two Maori chieftains and an October letter describing the war Also found here is correspondence relating to the legal.
The New Zealand Wars. The New Zealand Wars pitched the might of the British Empire and a number of Maori tribes that remained loyal to the crown against the majority of the Maori people.
Through the use of ingenious tactics and innovative fortifications the Maori side was able to withstand the attacks for many years before eventually succumbing to the British side's main unmatchable advantage.
War in New Zealand. D/EDD Correspondence and papers of the Dundas, Crawford and Willis families, F2 Miscellaneous correspondence, mostly of James C. Crawford, James Coutts Crawford () served in the Royal Navy from to In he emigrated to Sydney and in he visited New Zealand.
He purchased land near. From BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS RELATING TO NEW ZEALAND-The British Parliamentary Papers represent a significant source of important and largely untapped information about New Zealand in the mid-nineteenth century. They comprise reports, statutes, correspondence and other documentation sent between the Colony and the Government in.
BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS RELATING TO NEW ZEALAND-The British Parliamentary Papers represent a significant source of important and largely untapped information about New Zealand in the mid-nineteenth century.
They comprise reports, statutes, correspondence and other documentation sent between the Colony and the Government in Britain, and. The New Zealand Wars were a series of conflicts- mainly in the North Island between the native Maori, British troops and occasionally settlers.
The causes of the wars are believed to be the sudden influx of European settlers to New Zealand (far more arrived than the Maoris anticipated), and the struggle for control of the land that followed.
Released inKo Aotearoa Tēnei is the Waitangi Tribunal’s report on claims in the long running Wai inquiry that related to mātauranga Māori and New Zealand law and policy affecting.
The warfare in traditional Maori society had a great importance as it could be seen from their oral legends. Tribal oral histories shed light on the Maori armed conflicts and many remains of fortifications within New Zealand are evidences of the intertribal.
BIM Williams $ - $ SEWELL, HENRY The New Zealand Native Rebellion. Letter to Lord Lyttelton. Auckland Printed for the Author 51p,1 p.l., 51p, mm, lacking its paper.
Māori are the tangata whenua - the indigenous people of the land of Aotearoa New Zealand, and their culture is an integral part of local life. Visitors to New Zealand are presented with diverse opportunities to experience Māori culture first-hand in many parts of the country, including Rotorua where Māori pioneered cultural tourism in the.
A letter to the Hon. E.W. Stafford, "Premier" of New Zealand, on the "desirableness" and the "practicability" of making New Zealand a more popular "emigration field" in the mother country by Charles Hursthouse (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by.
BELMER, Rev. Roy F: Papers relating to Church Union and the ‘Association of Continuing Presbyterians’. 1 box: BENNETT, Pearl A: World Council of Churches – travel brochures and related papers. Correspondence relating WARC; YWCA.
Then in a new survey, ordered by the New Zealand Government, was carried out. From this survey a new code of signals and revised directions for entering the harbour were officially published in the Government Gazette of 21st August Contained in the new.
's - 's () Maori ancestors arrived in New Zealand on seven legendary canoes from Hawaiki (Great Migration) () Dutch explorer, Abel Tasman, discovered New Zealand, claimed for Holland; Maori killed four of Tasman's crew; Dutch charted west of North Island ( - ) Ngai Tahu migrated from Wellington to the South Island ( - ) English explorer, Capt.
James Cook. The First Taranaki War was an armed conflict over land ownership and sovereignty that took place between Māori and the New Zealand Government in the Taranaki district of New Zealand's North Island from March to March The war was sparked by a dispute between the government and Māori landowners over the sale of a property at Waitara, but spread throughout the region.
This is a concise textbook on New Zealand history, designed so it can be read by virtually anyone wanting to find out more about New Zealand history.
The textbook covers the time span of human settlement in New Zealand. It includes: • The discovery and colonisation of New Zealand by Polynesians. • Maori culture up to the year. The Future of New Zealand War Sites and Landscapes NIGEL PRICKETT AUCKLAND WAR MEMORIAL MUSEUM Fig.
1 Campaigns of the New Zealand Wars. Among the most important episodes in the history of this country was the warfare between Maori and European in the midth century (Fig. 1). Fighting began in the s and did not end until the early s.The Maori name for New Zealand is Aotearoa and the Maori transliteration for New Zealand is Niu Tireni.
Aotearoa is the land of the long white cloud. Asked in New Zealand, Maori Language and Culture.Photocopied letters () and genealogical data (), and a volume of family history and reminiscences, The Profile of a Priceless Legacy, (circa ), collected and prepared by Frank A.
Daly and relating primarily to his paternal grandfather, Patrick Daly, who left Ireland for Australia and New Zealand (), and then came.