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A Hoe

The first peaceful meetings between Māori and Europeans took place in 1769, when James Cook landed in the Tairāwhiti region.

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  • AudienceKaiakoStudents
  • Curriculum Level2
  • Education SectorPrimary
  • Learning AreaEnglishThe ArtsSocial Science
  • Resource LanguageEnglish
  • Resource typeText/Chapter
  • SeriesSchool Journal

About this resource

Series: School Journal Level 2 June 2018

Reading year level: 4

Category: Fiction

Topics: “A Hoe!”, art, canoes, colonisation, design, drawing, Endeavour, exhibitions, first meetings, Gisborne, history, hoe, James Cook, kōwhaiwhai, Māori,New Zealand history, “No Ordinary Bird”, paddles, painting, Pawa, “Scent”, “Sixth Sense”, Sydney Parkinson, symbolism, Tairāwhiti Museum, taonga, Te Hā, “Te Hoe Nukuroa”, te kurī a Pawa, tradition, Tupaia, Tūranganui-a-Kiwa, waka, Whareongaonga