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On the 29th of January Lieutenant Governor William Hobson arrived in New Zealand
James Busby helped draft the treaty on the evening of tuesday 4th february.
Wednesday February 5th, over 400 maori attended a meeting in front of busbys
A vigourous debate followed and many chiefs made it obvious they did not share power.
On Thursday, February 6th 1840, over 40 signatures were appended to the Maori text of the treaty and most were from the bay of islands.
Over the next seven months, missionaries and officials carried the treaty around the country and more than 500 chiefs signed the treaty of Waitangi at approximately 50 meeting places.
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