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  • Maori Culture New Zealand, Maori Culture, Traditions and Tourism

    …»New Zealand Travel »Culture »Maori Culture Maori Culture Today Maori people live throughout New Zealand, and many are actively involved with keeping their culture and language alive. Within any Maori community, the marae provides a focus for social, cultural and spiritual life.…

  • New Zealand People, People in New Zealand

    …»New Zealand Travel »Culture »People The People Today, New Zealanders are largely sophisticated and highly educated urban dwellers. Members of a unique and vibrant multicultural society, New Zealanders are embracing 21st century technology and culture in record numbers. But New…

  • New Zealand Colonisation, Colonisation in New Zealand

    culture were largely built on British models. New Zealand troops fought, and suffered severe casualties in the Boer War and the two World Wars. As Prime Minister Michael Savage said about England in 1939, 'where she goes, we go, where she stands, we stand'. A New Buddy After World War II, cultural

  • New Zealand History, New Zealand Maori Heritage and History

    …was about 2000 Pakeha (Europeans) in New Zealand, most living in the Bay of Islands. At this time in New Zealand history, intertribal Maori warfare was frequent, and the arrival of guns, which Maori traded from Pakeha, made it deadly. This, and the diseases brought by the Pakeha, had a terrible…

  • New Zealand Maori Art and Culture, Maori Art in New Zealand

    …Maori and European traditions in New Zealand has led to some unique cultural events. Rotorua's Opera in the Pa is an example of the way in which Maori and Pakeha (European) influences have given rise to a fresh Pacific culture. Maori and Polynesian voices sing the operatic works of Verdi, Puccini…

  • New Zealand History Information & Historical Places

    …with Maori, especially in coastal areas. Maori and Pakeha (Europeans) traded extensively, and some Europeans lived among Maori. With growing numbers of British migrants, and a dwindling and largely landless Maori population, British culture dominated New Zealand life throughout the 19th and first…

  • New Zealand Treaty of Waitangi, Treaty of Waitangi New Zealand

    …and culture. The Treaty of Waitangi is considered New Zealand's founding document. Declaration of Independence After Captain Cook's exploration of New Zealand in the late 18th century, an increasing number of settlers came to New Zealand. By 1839, there were an estimated 2,000 Pakeha (Europeans)…

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