Critical Maori and Pakeha Histories - A Curriculum Programme Resource Written by Tamsin Hanly
Edited & illustrated by Ruth Lemon

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Section One: Naming Pākehā and Māori, penal colonies, rākau, harakeke and trade
Follow the CPR Critical Histories - Two Worlds Meet Section 1 board on Pinterest.

Section Two: Sealers, whalers, agriculture, Pākehā-Māori and Māori travellers
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Section Three: Written literacy, land, gods and muskets
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Section Four: Māori sovereignty and events impacting on it
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Section One: Tikanga Māori and Pākehā law
Follow the CPR Critical Histories - Pakeha Responses Section 1 board on Pinterest.

Section Two: Pākehā practices and legislations that transgress Te Tiriti o Waitangi agreements
Follow the CPR Critical Histories - Pakeha Responses Section 2 board on Pinterest.

Section Three: Transfer of Māori resources
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Section Four: Specific Pākehā laws and their impacts
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Section Five: A colonial standard story or an honouring Te Tiriti narrative?
Follow the CPR Critical Histories - Pakeha Responses Section 5 board on Pinterest.

Section Six: Critical inquiry into Pākehā Culture
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Section Seven: Critical inquiry into Pākehā histories
Follow the CPR Critical Histories - Pakeha Responses Section 7 board on Pinterest.