D'artagnans lol reasearch

  • Captain James Cook

    Captain James Cook
    7 November 1728 – 14 February 1779. He was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy. Cook joined the British merchant navy as a teenager and joined the Royal Navy in 1755.
  • Treaty of Waitangi

    Treaty of Waitangi
    The Treaty showed a British Governor of New Zealand, recognised Māori ownership of their lands and other properties. After the treaty of waitangi 2000 europeans come to live in new zealand.The Treaty of Waitangi was signed on the 6th Febuary, 1840. In the North Island located in Paiha. this is where all the New Zealanders met to sign the Treaty. Every year New Zealanders have a puplic holiday on the 6th Febuary to celebarate the day the treaty was signed.
  • Maori War

    Maori War
    The New Zealand Wars, where sometimes called the Land Wars and also where once called the Māori Wars. These wars were between 1845 and 1872. The Flagstaff War took place in the far north of New Zealand, around the Bay of Islands, in March 1845 and January 1846. This war was about the change of the capital in New Zealand.
  • King Potatau

    King Potatau
    In April 1857, at Rangiriri, Potatau agreed to become king. At his installation, many chiefs of the North Island laid their lands and service at Potatau's feet. He died june 25 1860. He was first known as Te Wherowhero and had the name Pōtatau after he became king in 1858.
  • Mount Tarawera

    Mount Tarawera
    Mount Tarawera is the volcano responsible for New Zealand's largest dome volcano eruption and largest historic eruption. A series of more than 30 earthquakes were felt in the area of Rotorua and there was a weird lighting like thing in the same direction of tarawera.
  • Te Atairangikaahu

    Te Atairangikaahu
    23 July 1931 – 15 August 2006. Te Atairangikaahu was the maori queen for 40 years. Her name meant the hawk of the morning sky.
  • Taniwha

    In Māori mythology, taniwha are beings that live in deep pools in rivers, dark caves, or in the sea. They may be consireded highly respected.
  • conclusion of survey

    conclusion of survey
    the maori culture has changed over genarations because in the very past the maori was fluent but the europeans stoped it and would cane you if you spoke that language. But now its encourged to be spoken. This is shown by the people i talked to in the survey. The 70+ said they weren't allowed to speak it but the 0-20 saiid they had to learn it in school.
  • Stereotypes of Maori that we want to change.

    Well people belive that all maori's are lazy, unemplyoed and on the benifet. This is some of the things that we want to change. We need to show the public the truth about there self's and there culture. There are many different sterotypes out there about maori. I think that maybe we can do a report on the news and also even do a website to make people sit up and see the truth and get out of their lying ways.
  • How Maori culture has changed from the past to today.

    Maori language and culturehas gone through many different periodes of time. From when it was fluent. To when if you spoke it you would get caned or maybe even worse. To now. To when it's encouredge and is asked to keep going. The public has reacted to our maori language and culture in many weird and many different ways.