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This section of the NZHistory website includes several features on the Treaty of Waitangi, its history and people who were involved.
The website of a travelling exhibition about the Treaty of Waitangi.
This section of the Archives New Zealand website includes information about the treaty and images of some of the copies of the treaty.
The website of the trust that manages the Waitangi Treaty Grounds – the site where the Treaty of Waitangi was initially signed in 1840.
This part of the Te Ara website explores what treaty settlements are, and features a multimedia web story and links to an educational documentary in te reo Māori on the Ngāti Awa settlement. Ngāti Awa are the first iwi to share their story on Te Tai.
Ētahi whakaaro puaki, takenga
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Hill, Richard S. Maori and the state: Crown–Maori relations in New Zealand/Aotearoa, 1950–2000. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2009.
Orange, Claudia. The Treaty of Waitangi. Rev ed. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2011.
Orange, Claudia. An illustrated history of the Treaty of Waitangi. Rev ed. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 2004.
Palmer, Matthew S. R. The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand’s law and constitution. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2008.
Ward, Alan. An unsettled history: treaty claims in New Zealand today. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books, 1999.