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Maori History

1500

SETTLING 1500

Māori populations become more settled in specific areas as the abundance of resources dries up. As a result agriculture increases in importance.

1769

Captain Cook arrives 1769

On 6 October 1769 Captain James Cook sights New Zealand from his ship. Two days later he lands and has an initial hostile encounter with Māori, killing many. Following

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