Maori

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  • Iwi of Tāmaki Makaurau
  • Māori Migration
  • Maori Settlement in Tamaki-Makaurau
  • The Ngāi Tai tribe, descended from the people of the Tainui canoe. This group lived under forest cover in the Waitākere, they were based south of the Manukau.
  • The Ngāpuhi Invasion
  • From the early 18th century the Ngāti Pāoa people moved into Hauraki Gulf. Between 1740 and 1750 Ngāti Whātua-o-Kaipara moved south, and killed Kiwi Tāmaki, paramount chief of Wai-o-Hua.
  • Land use in our region
  • From 1600 to 1750 the Tāmaki tribes terraced the volcanic cones, building pā. Across the isthmus, they developed 2,000 hectares of kūmara gardens.
  • Before and After
  • In 1821, wanting to avenge previous defeats by Tāmaki tribes, the Ngāpuhi leader Hongi Hika launched a series of attacks on the region.
  • The coastal area of Auckland was a smorgasbord of resources for early Maori. Wood pigeons were plentiful around Ohuiarangi, hence the name Pigeon Mountain. Kumara, taro, yams and gourds were grown on Browns Island
  • The population of NZ had risen a lot in 2000 years from 1300-1600 to 100,000 - 120,000
  • 1300 - 1600 People living in NZ in 1600
  • Century
  • 100,000 - 120,000 People living in NZ in 1820
  • Century
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