Waitangi day photos from the past

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – FEBRUARY 05: Leader of the National Party John Key waits with Titewhai Harawira to be welcomed onto the Te Tii Marae the day before Waitangi Day on February 5, 2008 in Waitangi, New Zealand. Waitangi Day is the national day of New Zealand. It is a public holiday held each year on February 6 to celebrate the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand’s founding document, on that date in 1840. (Photo by Hannah Johnston/Getty Images)
NEW ZEALAND – FEBRUARY 05: New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark walks onto the Te Tii Waitangi Marae with Titewhai Harawira amongst a hostile crowd at Waitangi, New Zealand, Thursday Feb 5th 2004, ahead of tomorrows Waitangi Day celebrations. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)
NEW ZEALAND – FEBRUARY 05: Prime Minister Jenny Shipley helps Maori rights protestor Titewhai Harawira down the steps of the Whare Runanga (meeting house) on the Treaty Grounds early on Waitango Day,Saturday. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Waitangi Day Celebrated in New Zealand
In This Photo: Annette KingDavid CunliffeTitewhai HarawiraLabour MP Annette King (L), carrying a 40-year-old photo of former Prime Minister Norman Kirk at Waitangi, Oposition and Labour leader David Cunliffe and Titewhai Harawira (R) arrvie at the Te Tii Marae on February 5, 2014 in Paihia, New Zealand. The Waitangi Day national holiday celebrates the signing of the treaty of Waitangi on February 6, 1840 by Maori chiefs and the British Crown, that granted the Maori people the rights of British Citizens and ownership of their lands and other properties.
(Feb. 4, 2014 – Source: Jason Oxenham/Getty Images AsiaPac)
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