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Key Databases

Listed below are some key databases for New Zealand History.

For a complete list of relevant databases see Databases for New Zealand History

The Ngāi Tahu Atlas

Search the Ngā Tahu Atlas from Ngāi Tahu's Kā Huru Manu website. As well as providing information on over 1000 place names and the original 'Māori land allocations' which you can search by keyword or by zooming in on the atlas, it describes Ngāi Tahu's traditional travel routes, provides background to the cultural mapping project from the Ngāi Tahu Claim onwards, and biographies of those who led the project.

Welcome to the New Zealand History Subject Guide

This guide has been created by your Information Librarian to help staff and students locate and use information for study, teaching and research. If you have any questions, please post a comment or ask me for help - my contact details are just to the right.

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Exam Info

 Previous exams and tests (sorry no answers!) 


MAOR107 : Tapu, Mana and Utu

Some books to get started researching the concepts of tapu, mana and utu.

Nekerangi Paul in the Macmillan Brown Library can provide more in-depth resources and help.


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