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Dr Stephen Clarke Aug 18
Celebrating Henderson 175th
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Sarah Gallagher Aug 16
Replying to @StephenClarkeNZ
Here’s David Murray’s story about the building from Upright Dunedin
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chris lloyd Aug 13
Replying to @MaoriRandom
Putting fairy tales, taught in schools, to rest .. rewritten. Thank you.
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Adrienne = Art+Design Aug 17
My window installation bringing a of into the present addressing historical Asian participation in life. In collab with
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Dr Stephen Clarke Aug 16
New Zealand History in 100 objects — looking forward to that one and reading Making History by Mr History.
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André Brett Dec 17
I really would love it if my Tangiwai article got even half the attention of my Ramsay tweets from yesterday. This research means a lot to me: "Tangiwai left an indelible mark on New Zealand; the name is synonymous with disaster."
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Difficult Histories: The New Zealand Wars Mar 23
We hope to shine some light on these shadows in and especially the during the course of our project, focused on how these conflicts have been remembered and forgotten over time.
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Te Radar Jun 30
A jaunty Hello! to anyone near Ohakune on July 16th I’ll be there too, doing for the kids. Not performing it for the kids mind… i mean i could but there may be a few interesting dinner requests afterwards. But it is older child / teen friendly.
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The Lace Curtain Diaries Dec 24
The sad ruin of the Janie Seddon, built 1901, scuttled 1953. She was the last surviving NZ Military ship to serve in both World Wars.
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MinniePie Apr 23
A quick detour to the small town of in ... three heritage listed buildings including the original Post and Telegraph Office
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Kiwis in Northern Ireland Feb 5
6 Feb - Day Commemorations. Whether you agree, disagree, trust or not. There'll be different stories & angles. But it is our history, our story, our country, our home, our tūrangawaewae. Keep questioning & learning. Keep your ears & hearts open.
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Dr Stephen Clarke Jul 29
Northern Māori MP Tapihana Paraire Paikea welcomes PM Peter Fraser to opening of Māori Community Centre on Fanshawe St, Freemans Bay 9 July 1949. Writing about this joint project between Auckland Rotary and Māori 1947–49, then jointly managed.
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Jared Davidson Jun 16
Research day! Here's what I'm working on atm - mapping the labourers of the 1843 Nelson work gangs from NZ Company pay lists
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Vincent O'Malley Aug 19
And great to see some of the awesome rangatahi who were members of this committee talking about why and should be widely taught and understood on yesterday.
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Difficult Histories: The New Zealand Wars Apr 6
The beautiful St Mary's church at Tikitiki, built in remembrance of members of the Pioneer (Māori) Battalion from the East Coast, surviving members of whom returned to NZ on 6 April 1919.
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Monica Webb May 25
Feeding my deep interest in pre- Treaty history with this compelling biography of Tuai. We need more beautifully written history like this to sharpen understanding of our complex and fascinating national narrative. Ka pai and authors!
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Nathan Crocker Feb 7
Inspired by the Gavin Bishop book Aotearoa ‘The Hive’ made this to show our new learning and understanding of . Loved it when kids said ‘so if Kupe already named Cook Strait then why did Captain Cook have to rename it?’
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Damon Salesa Jun 25
You're in Wellington, its Friday night, you're looking to party, so what you really want to do is ... listen to a lecture by me about indigenous histories of encounter at the Turnbull. 6pm, 28 June
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Bay Heritage Wgtn📚 Feb 5
I got up late today* and while I was sleeping my kids (9 and 6**) had put together a play about the Treaty of Waitangi, including the Native Land Court, the New Zealand Wars [off stage] and the search for a solution, including the Waitangi Tribunal
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RichardB May 26
Using the most up to date ideas - thanks Vincent O'Malley & - to help our history students understand Aotearoa's valuable (and tragic) past. MLE wall 2019
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