European Whalers and Sealers

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  • THE HUNT FOR SEALS AND WHALES ATTRACTED THE EARLIEST GROUPS OF EUROPEAN OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS TO NEW ZEALAND IN THE CLOSING DECADE OF EIGHTEENTH AND OPENING OF NINETEENTH CENTURIES.THE EARLIEST GROUPS TO VISIT WERE . . .
  • US. THE WHALERS,
  • AND THE SEALERS.
  • US WHALERS, HUNT WHALES, ESPECIALLY HUMPBACK WHALES, FOR IT'S OIL AND OTHER PRODUCTS.
  • WHALERS USUALLY SEARCH FOR WHALES MOSTLY IN SOUTH ISLANDS.
  • AND WE, SEALERS, HUNT SEALS, ESPECIALLY FUR SEALS, FOR IT'S SKINS TO MAKE FELT HATS.
  • WHILE SEALERS USUALLY SEARCH FOR SEALS AT THE BOTTOM OF SOUTH ISLANDS.
  • WHEN THEY FIRST ARRIVE IN NEW ZEALAND, THEY ENCOUNTERED MAORI WORLD.
  • MAORI HAD NO CONTACT WITH EUROPEANS. BUT THEN THEY FIGURE OUT THAT THEY CAN MAKE CONTACT BY TRADING.
  • THEY MAKE A TRADE WITH MAORI. MAORI QUICKLY DEVELOP A RELATIONSHIP WITH THERE NEWCOMERS.
  • SOME MAORI JOIN THE WHALERS TO HUNT FOR WHALES.
  • WELL, THAT'S OUR STORY. SEE YOU NEXT TIME!
  • THE END
  • BY IRYNCA
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