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What do you know about the Treaty of Waitangi?

Take the quiz to increase your knowledge about this important document.
This quick quiz gives facts which counter the government’s Treaty propaganda offensive, brainwashing the population with Treaty misinformation.
If you don’t know the truth, you won’t be able to detect error and misinformation.

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Revise often, until you really have ‘got it’ nailed, then start telling others the history of Waitangi.
Start the conversation. Have the debate.
One person at a time, get our country back.

The Story of the Treaty is fascinating and made up of many interesting facts and events.  To accomodate this, we have broken up the Treaty quizzes into sections that you can take at your leisure.  We recommend you complete them all as they tell a very different story to what you are hearing today from mainstream media.

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The Lead Up to the Treaty  –   The Signing of the Treaty  –  Proof Maori Ceded Sovereignty

The  Corruption of the Treaty

Welcome to your Before the Treaty

1. 
When did Hobson set sail from England bound for New Zealand (via Port Jackson)?

2. 
What was the name of the ship which carried Hobson from Plymouth in England, to New South Wales (old name for Australia)NZ?

3. 
What was the name of the ship which carried Hobson New South Wales to NZ?

4. 
Hobson was given a 4200 word document. What was this document about?

5. 
What was the main instruction in the document of 4200 words?

6. 
On this way to NZ, Hobson stopped off in Sydney. Around what date did he arrive?

7. 
In 1839, the whole of Australia was called New South Wales. Who was the governor of NSW?

8. 
Before leaving Australia, Hobson was given a secretary. What was his name?

9. 
Hobson sailed from Sydney to New Zealand. What was the name of his ship?

10. 
On what date did Hobson sail from Sydney to New Zealand in 1840?

11. 
On what date did Hobson arrive in New Zealand when he sailed from Sydney in 1840?

Welcome to your Treaty SIgning

1. 
On what date was the Treaty signed at Waitangi in 1840?

2. 
Who was the first chief to sign?

3. 
On what day and at what time of the day was final English draft completed?

4. 
In whose handwriting was the final English draft written?

5. 
Who translated the final English draft into the Maori language?

6. 
On what day was the Treaty of Waitangi translated into Maori?

7. 
The Treaty in Maori was first written on paper. Who transferred it onto dogskin?

8. 
What day was it transferred to dogskin?

9. 
There is a date on the final English draft. What is that date?

10. 
How do we know that James Busby penned the final English draft ? Two evidences. What are they?

11. 
How many chiefs signed the Treaty of Waitangi on the 6th of February 1840?

12. 
How many people congregated on the lawn at Waitangi on the 6th of February 1840 ?

13. 
In 1840, ships sailed around the coast gathering signatures of chiefs. How many Treaty signing locations were there?

14. 
How many copies of the Treaty are there?

15. 
Between what month and what month were the 9 copies of the Treaty signed in 1840?

16. 
How many copies of the Treaty were written on dogskin?

17. 
If there were 9 copies in total, and 7 on dogskin, what were the other two copies?

18. 
When and where were the Colenso version and the rogue James Freeman versions signed?

19. 
In what region of NZ were the majority of signatures gathered?

20. 
Why in this region? (see question 22)

21. 
How many signatures of chiefs were gathered in this region? (see prev. question)

Welcome to your The Ten Proofs

1. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (1 of 10)

2. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (2 of 10)

3. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (3 of 10)

4. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (4 of 10)

5. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (5 of 10)

6. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (6 of 10)

7. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (7 of 10)

8. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (8 of 10)

9. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? - (9 of 10)

10. 
How do we know that Maori ceded sovereignty? (10 of 10)

Welcome to your The Revised Treaty

1. 
Activists tell us that there are many versions of the Treaty. This not true. They want to confuse. There is only one Treaty. What is that Treaty?

2. 
Who was James Freeman?

3. 
What is the Littlewood draft of the Treaty?

4. 
What is the so called "James Freeman version" of the Treaty?

5. 
Why is the final English Draft called "the Littlewood Draft?"

6. 
How do we know the Littlewood draft is the final English draft of the Treaty? (1)

7. 
How do we know the Littlewood draft is the final English draft of the Treaty?(2)

8. 
Why do many of us not know about the Littlewood draft?

9. 
What is the significance of the Littlewood Draft?

10. 
How closely does the Littlewood draft match the Treaty in Maori, called Te Tiriti? (There are 2 differences) - Difference 1?

11. 
How closely does the Littlewood draft match the Treaty in Maori? Difference 2

12. 
Is there any mandate for 'Partnership' or 'Co-governance' in the Littlewood Draft?

13. 
Is there any mandate for 'partnership' or 'co-governance' in the Treaty in Maori, or Te Tiriti?