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Welcome to the Waitangi 175 website.
For schools and organisations to share what they are doing to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi.

Nau mai! Tomo mai! Kuhu mai ki te hapori o Waitangi 175.
Kei kōnei ngā rauemi me ngā kōrero mai i ngā kura, ngā hapori hoki e hāngai ana ki te huritau 175 mo te hainatanga o Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Resources

NZ History: Taming the frontier – Declaration of Independence

In 1831, 13 Ngāpuhi chiefs petitioned King William IV of the United Kingdom to protect them from other powers.

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Te mahere o te rohe o Tatua

He mahere rūri tēnei o te rohe o Tatua. Nā H.E Walshe i rūri ēnei whenua E whakaatu ana i te awa o Waikato, me ngā papa whenua i te taha o te awa o Waikato tae noa ki Tahorakuri. He tohu kei runga e whakaatu mai ana kei hea rawa te Rua o Hoata i te taha o te awa o Waikato. Kei runga ngā ingoa o ngā papa whenua i tēnei mahere, pēra anō hoki ngā ingoa o ngā kōawa me ngā hiwi maunga.

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Treaty of Waitangi interactive image

An interactive resource from New Zealand History Online which enables close viewing of the names of those who signed the Treaty of Waitangi.

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Waitangi Treaty copy interactive

Waitangi Tribunal: Resource kits for schools

These resource kits can be used to support the understanding of various Treaty claims and the settlement process.

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