Te Hui — The Meeting


Te Hui — The Meeting

It is the 5th February, 1840. An important hui is being held at Waitangi in New Zealand. Officials, chiefs, settlers and others have gathered to talk about the proposed Treaty of Waitangi. Vigorous debate is expected as the future of Aotearoa New Zealand is discussed.

ISBN: 978-0-9941085-8-6

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This book is part of Series 3 of The Chronicles of Paki which follows the events that took place from the time of the slave trade through to the week leading up to the signing of the Treaty. It then skips through time describing what happened over the following decades.

The stories outline the immense disappointment experienced by Māori as the high ideals of the Treaty were ignored. They then go on to describe the land march led by Dame Whina Cooper which helped bring the disregard for New Zealand’s founding document to the nation’s attention and conscience…

… this is New Zealand’s untold story.

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Weight 0.25 kg
Dimensions 8 × 210 × 297 mm


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