Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Search 30+ million New Zealand items across 300+ collections in one place. Easy. Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand. New Zealand History. NZ On Screen. Index New Zealand - magazines and newspaper articles. Ti Titirti O Waitangi - Interactive site. Within 44 years, 18 million acres of New Zealand land passed from the purview of one group of people into the hands of scores of others.
Some of the new owners were not in the country yet. Eighteen million acres represents more than a quarter of the entire land mass of New Zealand. Or about 67 Aucklands. It was all gone between 1865 and 1909. Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei transferred the future Auckland city to the Crown for the equivalent of about $70,000 in today’s currency. At the top of the South Island, no one asked Ngāti Apa before the Crown bought the entire area. New Zealand’s current housing crisis demonstrates what can go wrong for people without a place to call home. The land alienation that happened at the beginning of this country’s modern existence was much, much worse. For instance, Nelson’s Ngāti Kuia was pressured to give up its land. The confronting truth of what happened in our recent past is something New Zealanders have to reckon with. On this page, you can connect the two. Free, downloadable images from Te Papa's collections.
A few weeks ago we released an updated version of Collections Online, making images bigger, search results clearer, and easier to use regardless of what device you are using.
Today we are extremely happy to let you know about our latest development; over 30,000 images downloadable, for free, in the highest resolution we have them. You can search for and download them at Collections Online. Over 14,000 images are available under a Creative Commons licence CC BY-NC-ND. If you aren’t familiar with Creative Commons it can look a little complicated, but what it means is you can use those images if attribute the image (we help you do that at each download page). You can’t make money from using the image, and you can’t change the image. But even better are the 17,000 images that downloadable for any use, any use at all.
We’ve made these images available under these licences for quite a while now, but it hasn’t been easy to download high resolution copies of them up to this point. Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision. Standing on the Shoulders...
From Te Puea Hērangi to Lorde, from weavers to war heroes, this exhibition celebrates a diverse range of women, as well as showcasing the breadth of material in our collections of archived radio, television and film. Impressions of Katherine Mansfield Take a tour through items drawn from our audiovisual collections that shine a light on the wonderful legacy of Katherine Mansfield. The three themes of our exhibition cover her work, family and friends and her legacy. Maioha – Te Reo o te Māreikura Maioha is a collection of radio interviews with Māori women, originally broadcast in 1993. Whakatū Wahine: Voices of Women Voters of 1893 In late 1893 New Zealand women, both Māori and Pākehā, were able to vote in an election for the first time.
Te Reo Pāpāho Te Reo Pāpāho is the story of te reo on air. Te Hokinga Mai o Te Rua Tekau mā Waru The Camera in the Crowd This short exhibition brings to life some of the key films from the book. Te Pūtaketanga o Ngā Taonga Kōrero. Broadsheet, New Zealand's Feminist Magazine 1972 - 1997. White ribbon-magazine of the New Zealand Women’s Christian Temperance Movement. White Ribbon: for God, Home, and Humanity was the magazine of the New Zealand Women’s Christian Temperance Movement (NZWCTU).
The NZWCTU started in 1885, following the American movement that began in the United States in late 1873 and 1874. Alcohol was seen to be the cause of a number of social problems, such as poverty and violence, which impacted particularly on women. By 1883 the World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union had been established, and as part of their missionary work, American WCTU member Mary Leavitt (1830-1912) visited New Zealand in 1885. The Journal of New Zealand Studies. Papers Past. The Journal of the Polynesian Society. New Zealand Journal of History.