Ensures access to, and preservation of, those central government records which have significantly affected the development of New Zealand and the lives and liberties of its citizens. National Archives ensures that this documentary heritage is preserved for future generations and made accessible to both academic researchers and the general public.
An overview covering the pre-historic, colonial, and modern periods. Maori culture and legends also included. [English, French]
Historical information on geographic features, disasters, politics, culture and famous New Zealanders.
An interest group for the Royal New Zealand Fencibles aiming to promote and encourage historical research and to collect and preserve historical information.
New Zealand history site featuring over 40 multimedia exhibitions, an annotated links section, a discussion forum and general information for the historical community.
A series of descriptive articles on early New Zealand history. Includes two condensed published history books and illustrations.
The site tells stories about the technologies important to the New Zealand economy in the 20th Century. Most of these technologies were identified by the end of the First World War.
This site has been established to highlight the historical and contemporary connections between New Zealand and Ireland. Additionally, a list of Irish emigrants who sailed to New Zealand is being created to assist those researching their Irish heritage.
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