Please note: It has come to our attention some links were no longer working we have updated with alternative links which may differ slightly from the book, full details can be found at the bottom of this page.
Treaties between the United States and Native American Indians
Information on Treaties between the United States and Native American Indians can be found from the following website:
Click on this website and scroll down to the second map and Select a tribe and year to read the text of each treaty or a law summary that ceded land to the US. This will give you details of the different treaties.
This website also gives more information about each of the tribes if you scroll past the page with the map – stories of different tribes, photos, illnesses that affected them, their battles, etc. See if you can see comparisons with Māori tribes in New Zealand.
Also check out these websites:
Click on the Youtube TED talk on the Lakota tribe.
Research activity – Extension work – extra for experts (GAT)
Note taking – Why was a treaty needed?
Declaration of Independence
Use the information from the chapter in this book called ‘The Declaration of Independence’, pages 8–10 and the following website:
Waitangi – What really happened?
Work through the videos, Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 are all available on the website above.
(High resolution videos can be found via this alternative link: https://www.nzonscreen.com/title/waitangi-what-really-happened-2011)
Wairau Incident – Understanding different perspectives
Te Rauparaha’s account:
John Kidson’s statement (British Settler):
Lead-up to war
Research – finding information and summarising main points
Kīngitanga Movement – Perspective
Taranaki and Waikato Wars
PDF of text boxes and pictures to glue onto your Parihaka timeline.
Case Study – The Waitangi Tribunal
Case Study: Bastion Point – Ōrākei
Case Study – Picture dictation
https://www.govt.nz/treaty-settlement-documents/ngati-whatua-o-orakei/ – click through all the buttons – background, redress, cultural redress, financial and commercial redress
https://www.govt.nz/treaty-settlement-documents/ and type in 'Ngati Whatua Orakei' in the search bar.
Waitangi Tribunal Inquiry – Assignment, inquiry-based learning
The following websites have information on a range of the different claims listed above – use the search bar on these sites to find the claim you are looking for.
It is also useful to go to the website of the iwi you are researching and have a look there for the history to the grievance/protest and for the outcome or result of the protest and the impact on the people since the claim was settled.
Pages 63 and 64
Thinking activity – challenging perceptions
Pages 68 to 71
Think-Pair-Share: Treaty of Waitangi in legislation
Below are the full details of broken links removed from above and replacement links, which will no longer align with the printed hardcopy until we next reprint to correct.
It is out of our control if the 'source' has been removed, closed or broken however we will do our best to find an alternative link.
REMOVED/BROKEN: https://www.govt.nz/organisations/office-of-treaty-settlements and type in 'Ngati Whatua Orakei' in the search bar.
REPLACEMENT: https://www.govt.nz/treaty-settlement-documents/ and type in 'Ngati Whatua Orakei' in the search bar.
REMOVED and not replaced: http://treaty2u.govt.nz/
Pages 68 to 71