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Week 5 Blog Task

Anderson, Atholl, Binney, Judith and Harris, Aroha. “Chapter 9: Wars and survival”. Tangata whenua: An illustrated history. Bridget Williams Books, 2014. Print.  Use quotes and citations where appropriate. 484 more words





More correctly, Silvereye.

So common here in New Zealand.

But what I did not realise was that it was not known here before the 1830’s. 37 more words


Making an Empire

In  “Chapter 8: Making empire?” (Making Peoples: A history of the New Zealanders, from Polynesian settlement to the end of the nineteenth century. Hawai’i Press, 2001. 227 more words

"Te Kaihau/The Windeater" by Keri Hulme

“…[A]s for us passing on our knowledge, hah! We rarely learn from the past or the present, and what we pass on for future humanity is a mere jumble of momentarily true facts, and odd snippets of surprised self-discoveries. 370 more words


Te Rerenga Kōrero – Ki te paepiro rā anō!

Kia ora. To encourage the use of Te Reo Māori Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori – The Māori Language Commission publish weekly Māori phrases that can be used to support or cheer someone on. 47 more words

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Week 5 Blog Tasks

  1. Summarise Anderson, Atholl, Binney, Judith and Harris, Aroha. ‘’Chapter 9: Wars and survival’’. Tangata whenua: An illustrated history. Bridget Williams Books, 2014. Print. (150 words).
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