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Mana Maori: The Power of New Zealand’s First Inhabitants (LUP Academic) e-book

Author:

Fanny Wonu Veys

Language:

English

Category:

History

Subcategory:

Australia & Oceania

ePub size:

1848 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Leiden University Press (July 15, 2011)

Pages:

142

ISBN:

9087280831

Mana Maori: The Power of New Zealand’s First Inhabitants (LUP Academic) e-book

by Fanny Wonu Veys


Mana Ma¯ori, the Power of New Zealand’s First Inhabitants is a book made to accompany an exhibition of the same name held at the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden, the Netherlands, from 16 October 2010 until 1 May 2011.

Mana Ma¯ori, the Power of New Zealand’s First Inhabitants is a book made to accompany an exhibition of the same name held at the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden, the Netherlands, from 16 October 2010 until 1 May 2011. The book pays attention to the Ma¯ori people, New Zealand’s indigenous population, as well as to the centuries-old relationship between the Netherlands and New Zealand. It is the first time that an exhibition of this importance is held in the Netherlands on the subject.

The discovery of Aotearoa-New Zealand, the last place on Earth aside from the Anarctic to be peopled. Fanny Wonu Veys is the curator for Oceania at the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden. Series: LUP Academic. Paperback: 142 pages. Publisher: Leiden University Press (July 15, 2011).

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Mana Maori : The Power of New Zealand's First Inhabitants. By (author) Fanny Wonu Veys. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). The discovery of Aotearoa-New Zealand, the last place on Earth aside from the Anarctic to be peopled, is surrounded by myths.

The Power of New Zealand's First Inhabitants more. Location: Cahors, France. Publisher: Leiden University Press. Publication Date: 2010. Catalogue Tapa, étoffes cosmiques d’Océanie, 7 juin-8 novembre. Publisher: Musée de Cahors Henri-Martin. Publication Date: 2009.

This book explores a variety of evidence pointing to a long-term pre-Maori inhabitation of New Zealand. Far from being divisive, the book encourages all native-born New Zealanders to think of themselves as one people. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Heather MackayReleased: Dec 20, 2011ISBN: 9781465825346Format: book.

The Maori people are the first human inhabitants of New Zealand. It can be speculated that the first inhabitants of New Zealand, now known as the Maori, were the ones who discovered this bird. Their pPlynesian ancestors arrived in the 1300s from their traditional home of Hawaiki. Asked in New Zealand. What is the approximate people in new zealand 2011?

The earliest known inhabitants of New Zealand were the Maori, a Polynesian race native of many islands in the Pacific Ocean

The earliest known inhabitants of New Zealand were the Maori, a Polynesian race native of many islands in the Pacific Ocean. Scientists have placed their arrival as I recall somewhere around 1000 AD. The first discoverer from a European nation was a Dutch navigator Abel Tasman on 13 December 1642. It is well documented that Maori were not the first inhabitants of New Zealand. There is evidence showing Chinese navigational characters in a cave is the Tasman District of the south Island that are confirmed as being 4000 years old.

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The discovery of Aotearoa-New Zealand, the last place on Earth aside from the Anarctic to be peopled, is surrounded by myths. Mana Maori explores the histories of the first Polynesians to discover the land, their encounters with Europeans, and the country’s subsequent settlement by Westerners. Among the topics discussed are the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman and the Dutch immigration wave of the 1950s; an overview of the indigenous Maori culture and the relationships of Maori to their land; and the vital role of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840, a contested agreement between the Maori people and the British Crown, which had repercussions that continue to this day.


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