The Treaty of Waitangi in Tauranga = Te Tiriti o Waitangi ki Tauranga Moana / Debbie McCauley ; nā Tamati Waaka i whakamāori ; illustrated by Whare Thompson.
Contributor(s): Thompson, Whare [illustrator.] | Waaka, Tamati [author,, translator.].Material type: BookDescription: 46 pages : illustrations, maps (some coloured) ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780473412142; 0473412144.Other title: Tiriti o Waitangi ki Tauranga Moana [Parallel title].Subject(s): Treaty of Waitangi (1840 February 6) -- Children's nonfiction | Māori (New Zealand people) -- Tauranga -- History -- 19th century -- Children's nonfiction | Tiriti o Waitangi | Rangatira | Ringa kaha | Te Ao Hurihuri | Kōrero pono mā te tamariki | Kōrero nehe | Tauranga (N.Z.) -- History -- 19th century -- Children's nonfiction
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Otamataha Pā massacre and Herald visit -- Treaty of Waitangi -- Te Papa Mission Station -- Murder of chief Pōnui -- Tauranga Treaty (sheet 5) -- Nuka Taipari and Maungatapu Pā -- Hōri Kingi Tūpaea and Ōtūmoetai Pā -- Missionary James Stack -- Sack of Ōngare Pā -- Peace Treaty -- Golden age of Māori enterprise -- New Zealand Wars -- Tauranga Treaty of Waitangi settlements -- Text of the Tauranga Treaty -- Tauranga Treaty signatories -- Tauranga Treaty witnesses -- Tauranga Moana timeline.
The story of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in Tauranga is a fascinating one, told for the first time in this bilingual picture book. The document arrived in Tauranga after many years of violence and bloodshed had decimated the local population. Just days before the Treaty’s arrival, a Tauranga chief was tricked into attending peace talks before being murdered and eaten. Not all the chiefs of Tauranga Moana signed the Treaty; those who didn’t wanted to govern themselves, those who did were looking for protection against their enemies. However, just two years after the signings, three Tauranga Treaty signatories were murdered and eaten in what was one of the last cannibal feasts near Tauranga.
In English with some Māori.