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Treaty of Waitangi: Bridging Cultures, Navigating Legacies

The Treaty of Waitangi stands as a foundational element in New Zealand’s history, epitomizing the dawn of a new era for both the Māori and the Pākehā (European settlers). Signed in 1840, it symbolized a covenant of cooperation and guardianship between the British Crown and Māori chieftains. Yet, its interpretation and execution have ignited persistent …

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