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NEW ZEALAND: Genealogy in Aotearoa...the Land of the 'Long White Cloud'

Journal by allycat

Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members ... Kia Ora

Below is a list of some main (though not all) websites for researching NZ genealogy:-

GeneoNZ - NZ & Maori Genealogy

Archives New Zealand...Te Rua Mahara o te Kawanatanga

Dept Internal Affairs
Births, Deaths, Marriages, etc.

New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc

NZSG Maori Interest Group

Auckland City Libraries

New Zealand Genealogy Search Engine

New Zealand Genealogy Links
Military, Passenger Lists, Marriages, Maori...

Whakapapa Club - Maori Genealogy
Intro, Maori Naming Conventions, Where to start, Forums, Resources, Online search, Links...

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the internet for New Zealand

School Reunions New Zealand

Maori Studies - Useful Websites - Victoria University of Wellington...Te Pataka Korero

Court Records, Jury Lists, Police, other records:-

New Zealand Family History

Pearl's Pad

And if that one doesn't work, here's another...
Pearl's Pad

Myra's Place - Family History Centre

GENEoNZ Maori Research - register your surname interests

Mt Albert Grammar School - Pupil and staff list from 1922 plus former pupils who served for countries other than New Zealand in the armed forces in WWII

FREE Databases - Australia, NZ & Pacific

Passenger List of the Northern Bride - As Reported In 'The New Zealander' Newspaper Auckland) of Saturday August 25, 1860

The Auckland Museum

New Zealand National Maritime Museum - Click on 'collections', then 'genealogy'

Important historical reading material:-

Principal Maori Tribes of New Zealand

Maori Pantheon

Maori Factions

The Maori of New Zealand - Maori Today

Maori War Chant and Challenge ... The Haka

Maori Social Structure

New Zealand Land Wars

1st Anglo-Maori Wars 1845-1847

New Zealand and the Maori War - The Three Conflicts

Australians fighting New Zealanders - The Maori War

Viking Ring Castles : Hill forts similar to Maori Pa

Early Maori History

Immigrant Ships to New Zealand - 1835 to 1910

Good luck / Hei-matau

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on 2006-05-14 07:45:06

allycat , from sunny Queensland, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2006. is researching the following names: VOSS, DENNER, DINNER and 610 other(s).

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