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Principles
New Zealand
February
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Chiefs
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Maori
Treaty
Waitangi

Waitangi Day Crossword Word Search

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country
modern
remember
future
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new
fairly
together
beginning
Aotearoa
history
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peacefully
share
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Maori
February
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Maori Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

The first people of New Zealand Maori
The first Maori came to New Zealand in _________ canoes
Where did the European people mainly come from? England
The Maori name for white people Pakeha
They signed the Treaty of _________i in 1840 Waitangi
Maori said the Pakeha had taken their ________ land
In what other country do many Maori live? Australia
A Maori war dance haka
"Kia Ora" means "hello" in the Maori __________________ language
A sport that Maori are good at rugby

TREATY OF WAITANGI Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What’s another word for supreme power or authority? Sovereignty
Who prayed that ‘the sacred compact made in these water may be faithfully and honourably kept for all time to come’? William Hobson
Where is the original Waitangi copy of the Treaty now held? Archives New Zealand
Who was the 2nd governor of New Zealand? Robert FitzRoy
What does ‘Te tiriti of Waitangi mean?’ Treaty of Waitangi
What word that used in 1840 when the Treaty of Waitangi was translated from english to Maori. It was used there to translate the concept of sovereignty? Kawanatanga
What’s the Maori word protection and right? Tikanga
Who completed the translation of the Maori version of the Treaty? Henry Williams
Where in the Canterbury areas the Treaty signed? Onuku
In which article did English gave the rights and privileges of British subjects? Article three

Te Tiriti O Te Waitangi Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Where was the Treaty signed? Waitangi
The Treaty was signed by Māori chiefs and representative of...? British Crown
The Treaty was signed in English and...? Māori
What was the name of New Zealand's first Governor? William Hobson
There are differences between the tw0 treaties because of ...? Translation problems
Occasionally the government chose to... the treaty. Ignore
The first parliament would not share what with the Māori? power
What did the settlers want from the Māori? Land
Tainui chief Te Wherowhero became the first...? Māori king
Land of the long white cloud. Aotearoa

Treaty Of Waitangi Crossword

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Description

who signed for european ? williamhobson
what was the nickname for the treaty treaty
where was this signed Waitangi
maori word for governace kawanatanga
english word for mana sovereignty
word that means suggested sovereignty tiro rangatiratanga
locals were called maori
settlers ethnicity was european
were did the european come from britain
Maori name for new zealand aoteroa
popular maori chief who signed the treaty hone heke
lots of maori leaders signed the treaty , what were they called chiefs
Europeans that signed were known as missonaries
maori sub tribes are called hapu
maori land was sacred

Treaty Of Waitangi Word Search

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Description

required
hapu
missonaries
cheifs
honeheke
williamhobson
aoteroa
britain
european
maori
tiro rangitriatanga
kawanatanga
sovereignty
waitangi
treaty

Treaty of Waitangi Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Series Of islands in the southern hemisphere discovered bye Cpt James Cook. New Zealand
Country that attempted to colonise the County of New Zealand. England
Day of the Month the treaty was signed. sixth
month the treaty was signed. febuary
The coming together of peoples. United
The place the treaty was signed. waitangi
Leader of a tribes. chiefs
Group of people working as a community. Tribe
To push away and treat differently Alienate
Political power that a country has to govern itself. Sovereignty
exist desperately from other things. Independent
An organisation form for business or political purposes. Confederation
To book a place in advance. Reservation
People who hail from England as there home country. Britishsubjects
The original people of a nation or a continent. Natives
To guard Protection
the land of which a country controls Territories
Eighteen hundreds gold coin. sovregin
special rights given to a person or group. Priviledges
The ownership of something. Possession
Left in its natural state of being. Undisturbed

Southeast Asia and Oceania Crossword

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Crossword
Description

dry, unpopulated region in Australia Outback
large ship developed to sail the ocean Voyaging canoe
small ship used in lagoons of islands Outrigger canoe
isolated reef, located in Marshall Islands Bikini Atoll
state organized as a ring of power around a central court Mandala
powerful empire that lasted roughly from 9th-15th centuries Khmer Empire
colony composed of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam Indochina
American military conflict against communist North Vietnam Vietnam War
Association of Southeast Asian Nations alliance ASEAN
"Tiny Islands" Micronesia
"Black Islands" Melanesia
"Many Islands" Polynesia
produces food for families only for themselves and what they need Subsistence activities
dried meat of coconuts Copra
tropical Asian plant with starchy root Taro
place to send prisoners Penal Colony
people who migrated to Australia from Asia 40,000 years ago Aboriginal people
first settlers of New Zealand, migrated from Polynesia Maori
treaty signed by the British and Maori in 1840 Treaty of Waitangi
Maori term for white people, New Zealanders of European descent Pakehas
minority group adopts majority groups culture Assimilation
stolen Aboriginal children Stolen Generation
gave Aborigines right to claim land in the north Land Rights Act of 1966
Aboriginal people rightfully land before the British Mobo case
renting land from government Pastoral leases
Aboriginal people could claim land under a Pastoral lease Wik case
growth of industry Industrialization
push people out of homelands; pull people to a new place PushPull factors

Treaty of Waitangi Word Search

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flag
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maori
aotearoa

New Zealand's History Word Search

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MORIORI
BEE HIVE
IWI
WRIGHT BROTHERS
ENDEAVOUR
WOMANS VOTE
EXPLORERS
OPIHI RIVER
MAORI
BRITISH
HAKA
WAITANGI
UNION JACK
POLYNESIANS
RICHARD PEARSE
UNITED TRIBES
ALL BLACKS
ABEL TASMAN
JAMES COOK