Tauranga Māori Land Alienation

This report provides a statistical overview of the alienation of Maori land within the Tauranga Moana inquiry district after 1886.

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Alienation within Te Rohe Potae district

The dates of alienation, the names and sizes of blocks alienated and the type of alienation for over 3,800 Mori land transactions in the Te Rohe
Potae district from 1840 to 2010.
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The Alienation of Whakarewarewa

A report prepared in 1995 for the Waitangi Tribunal - Ref Wai 153 #C2 (WAI 1200 A030)

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Alienation of land within Parihaka

A report prepared in 1993 for the Waitangi Tribunal - Ref Wai 143 #17

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He Whenua Rangatira

Animated history of Māori arrivals from 1200, European arrival from 1642 and the land appropriation that followed.

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The Northern War

The Northern War was in part a reaction to the colonial government's increasing control over Māori affairs. New rules and regulations cost Māori in the Bay of Islands trade and other economic opportunities. The imposition of customs duties and shipping levies increased prices and deprived Māori of sources of revenue. A ban on the felling of kauri and Crown control of land sales added to fears that Māori authority was being undermined.

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Okataina 10 - Special Owners Hui

Details for interested parties wishing to participate in an upcoming hui for Okataina 10, Okataina 6B1 & Okataina 6B2

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Taranaki Confiscations

The Royal Commission of Inquiry into of Native Lands and Other Grievances alleged by Natives.  This extract of the report is specific to Taranaki as they were the first case to require justification of confiscations.

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Crown Grants - Taranaki 1879-1885

A comparison between the Crown Grants recommended for issue and those that were issued in Taranaki 1879-1885
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Kapiti Island

One of New Zealand's oldest nature reserves and a place rich in history since pre-European times, Kapiti Island - through the process of Crown acquisition in 1897 there remains only 2 Maori owned land blocks on the island.

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