raupatu

raupatu
маори раупату (конфискация)

Australia and New Zealand. English-Russian dictionary of regional studies. 2014.

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  • New Zealand land confiscations — The New Zealand land confiscations took place during the 1860s to punish the Kingitanga movement for attempting to set up an alternative, Māori, form of government that forbade the selling of land. The confiscation law targeted Kingitanga Māori… …   Wikipedia

  • Treaty of Waitangi claims and settlements — have been a significant feature of New Zealand race relations and politics since 1975. Over the last 30 years, New Zealand governments have increasingly provided formal legal and political opportunity for Māori to seek redress for breaches by the …   Wikipedia

  • Sidney Moko Mead — Sir Sidney (Hirini) Moko Haerewa Mead, KNZM (born 8 January 1927) is a New Zealand anthropologist, historian, artist, teacher, writer and prominent Māori leader. Initially training as a teacher and artist, Mead taught in many schools in the East… …   Wikipedia

  • Taranaki — is a region in the west of New Zealand s North Island and is the 10th largest region of New Zealand by population [cite web|url=http://www.stats.govt.nz/census/census outputs/quickstats/snapshotplace2.htm?id=1000007 type=region… …   Wikipedia

  • Tainui — is a tribal waka confederation of New Zealand Māori iwi. The Tainui confederation comprises four principal related Māori iwi of the central North island of New Zealand: Hauraki, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Raukawa and Waikato. These iwi share a common …   Wikipedia

  • Kereopa Te Rau — (? 1872) was a Māori Warrior. The name Kereopa is the Māori pronunciation of the Biblical name Cleopas. He was also nicknamed Kai whatu, the eye ball eater . He was a leader of the Pai Marire or Hau Hau faith.Kereopa was probably baptised by… …   Wikipedia

  • Musket Wars — The Musket Wars were a series of five hundred or more battles mainly fought between various hapū (subtribes a group of about 200 400 people), sometimes alliances of pan hapū groups and less often larger iwi (tribal groups) of Māori between 1807… …   Wikipedia

  • Timeline of New Zealand history — This is a timeline of the History of New Zealand. Pre Colonial Timeline (to 1839) Before 1600* 180: Lake Taupo erupts violently. * 1000 1300: Archaeological evidence (such as the cabbage tree ovens on the Otago Peninsula) indicates that… …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Edgecumbe/Putauaki — For other mountains named Edgecumbe, see Mount Edgecumbe. Infobox Mountain Name = Mount Edgecumbe/Pūtauaki Photo = Putauaki01.jpg Caption = Mount Edgecumbe (Pūtauaki) from the north Elevation = convert|820|m|ft|0|lk=on Prominence = Location = Bay …   Wikipedia

  • Carl Sylvius Völkner — (c. 1819 1865) was a German born Protestant missionary in New Zealand.He was born in Kassel, Hesse, Germany, probably in 1819. Völkner was one of several missionaries sent to New Zealand by the North German Missionary Society. He arrived in New… …   Wikipedia

  • Mauao — Infobox Mountain Name= Mauao (Mount Maunganui) Photo=Mauao and Beach.jpg Caption=Mauao (Mount Maunganui). Elevation= Convert|232|m|ft|0|abbr=on Location=North Island, New Zealand Range= Prominence = Coordinates =… …   Wikipedia


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