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Wairau Affray

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Fortification of Church Hill following the Wairau Affray 1843.
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Wairau Plains, despite not having title to any land there. Maori protests and. Company intransigence lead to what is remembered as the Wairau Affray.

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WAIRAU AFFRAY - Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand
WAIRAU AFFRAY. In all, 22 white men and, it is believed, four Maoris lost their lives and others were badly wounded in the Wairau “massacre” of 17 June 1843.
Wairau Affray (New Zealand history) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
The New Zealand Company's efforts to acquire the Wairau Plains in 1843 led to the Wairau Affray, a battle between white settlers and local Maori chiefs.

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