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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.

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Treaty 2U: Political relationships

Before 1840, the British government had no legal power to protect its citizens while they were in New Zealand – nor could it make unscrupulous ones obey British laws.

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Treaty 2U

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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NZHistory

He reta mō ngā pū pāuna ki Ōrākei

He reta poto tēnei e whakaatu mai i te take i whakatūhia ai ngā pū pāuna e rua ki Orakei. Nā Te Tari o ngā ope tauā i tuhi i tēnei reta. I tuhia ai i te 18 ō Hakihea 1941.

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Whenua mō te Māra Kai

He pūrongo tēnei nā Charles Heaphy. Nō te 6 o Oketopa, 1867.

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Whenua mo te Mara Kai

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