Whatiwhatihoe: The Waikato Raupatu Claim
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400pp. May 2006
Whatiwhatihoe: The Waikato Raupatu Claim
Author: McCan, David;
Whatiwhatihoe investigates a complex bundle of issues often referred to simply as a tribal "resource claim" but that really concern factors spanning the total social, political, and economic spectrum.

Whatiwhatihoe tracks the origins and history of the Waikato raupatu claim, focusing particularly on the ways the claim has been handled.

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"This book tells the struggle for justice in which our people were engaged from the time their lands were confiscated in 1863 till the crown agreed to a settlement in 1995. Every family in Waikato has its own account of this history but out there, beyond us all, there was a public record and it is that which this book contains." —Sir Robert Te Kotahi Mahuta, Raupatu Research Professor, Centre for Mâori Studies and Research, University of Waikato
Author: McCan, David;
David McCan holds a PhD in Anthropology from Brandeis University, USA. Work for this study was completed while he was Research Associate at the Center for Maaori Studies and Research at the University of Waikato.



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