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Week 5 Blog Task

Summarise:
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

Art

Tauhou

Waxeye…

Whiteeye…

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

Art

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

Reading

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

New Zealand

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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