The Landpack for 1992



"A collection of basic source documents on land questions. It is a mixture of backgrounders, history old and recent, and case studies, filled up with occasional filers such as poems or quotations". Includes articles and newspaper clippings. "the bulk of the Landpack is made up of papers about specific land grievances. In the south, the Ngaitahu claim in general, plus details of five Ngaitahu areas; also Whakarewa in Nelson, plus lands given to the church in trust in Wellington and Auckland. There are papers on Motunui, Horowhenua, Raglan, Takaparawha (Bastion Point) and Maioro. There are accounts of hearings of the Waitangi Tribunal and objections to the Whakatane District Scheme".

Table of contents

The meaning of land for Indigenous Peoples; Landscapes; On land; Land rights for Indigenous people; Cultural economy; Ngai Tahu land alienation; Ngai Tahu land and the Treaty of Waitangi; Ngai Tahu prosperity on the land during the 1840’s; Ngai Tahu purchases according to Government agents and acording to Nggai Tahu claimants; The “branches of the nine tall trees”; Ancillary or undergrowth claims; Otakou Tenths; Otahkou block and tenths: Brief chronology; The Otakou purchse: summary of tribunal response; The Kemp purchase; Summary of Tribunal response to the Kemp purchase; Poverty follows the loss of land: The constancy of Ngai Tahu appeals for redress; The crown and Ngai Tahu today; Nelson background; Submission to Whakarewa School Trust Board by Race Collective, Nelson, April 1983; Whakarewa; Whakarewa timeline; Excerpts from hight court finding; 1991 Synod, whakarewa chool tgrust board motion background report; The motion; Maori land tenure and the 1967 rating act; Maori land, preseration or exploitation? the situation in the North Island; 1860 Map; 1908 Map; 1960 Map; How pakehas got Wellington; Horowheua; Maori lake claim presents difficult scheme; Ngati Rangiteaorere Ohinemataroa river; An historical baackground to Raglan; Lender demands European title; Te Runanga o Ngai Tamarawaho: town haall site; Te Ruanga o Ngai Tamarawaho: Waikareao estuary; There is a place of power; Maioro – the facts; NZ Steel mining site: environmental and cultural matters; Waiuku forest map; Maioro update on events in 1990; Action alert reprint 1991; Ngati Paoa: Waiheke Island; Excerpts from Tribunal report; The History of Bastion Point; Give back Bastion Point says Tribunal; Waitangi Tribunal recommendations; Maop of Orakei Block; Timeline.

Primary author: Nairn, Mitzi. (ed)

Author biography: Māori, Pākehā

Publisher: CCA-NZ Programme on Racism

Publication format: Education resource, Education workbook, Resource kit

Publication date: 1992

Publication place: Newmarket, Auckland

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: AMNC-4 (Programme on Racism)

Misc. notes: Copies held in book collection 333.0995 L25 and APOR-1

Content type: History

Collection: Mitzi Nairn

Tikanga Māori: General

Sector: Education – tertiary, Education – Treaty

Formal group: CCANZ, POR (Programme on Racism)

Informal group: Indigenous peoples, Māori, Pākehā

Culture related topics: Racism

General related topics: Equity/justice/fairness, First Peoples' rights, Tino rangatiratanga

Historical period: 20th

Resources: Land