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Parihaka Summary Power Point Presentation

Parihaka Summary Power Point Presentation

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THE EVENTS OF PARIHAKASummarised by thestudents of Room 21
 
Parihaka is a small coastal villagenear Taranaki. The village, set in anarea full of volcanic ash and soil, is asite of historical and culturalimportance. The events that tookplace here from 1860-1900 changedthe entire country.Parihaka was founded because
Maori peoples’ land
was beingconfiscated by European settlers.Maori people who had nowhere elseto go came to Parihaka. Parihakagrew swiftly and by 1870 hadbecome the biggest village in thecountry.
 
The English were greedy and wantedland and power. In 1881 the Englishbegan to punish the Maori people of Parihaka and began to confiscate theirland. The events in this time were one of the most terrible things that have everhappened in this country.Te Whiti and Tohu Kakahi were theleaders of the Parihaka movement. Theyboth preached Christian values and wereknown as spiritual men as well aspolitical leaders. Both men werecommitted to non- violence and weredetermined to protect Maoriindependence.

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Stephanie Cheyne added this note
Its fantastic that you have learnt about this very sad part of our history. I have just read Witi Ihimaera's novel called 'The Parihaka Woman' and it is terrible how the Maori were pushed off their land and how many men were kept in gaol for years without trial, how the families suffered as their possessions were taken - crops and livestock destroyed- their means to live their own way taken away.

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