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WAITANGI, NEW ZEALAND -- FEBRUARY 06: Maori gather every year to celebrate and protest the Waitangi Treaty. The agreement, signed on February 6, 1840 by representatives of the British Crown and Maori chiefs, is controversial because there are two versions: one in the Maori language and one in English. Maori have been using the treaty to file for land claims and resource management rights. --Photo By Amy Toensing _________________________________

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WAITANGI, NEW ZEALAND -- FEBRUARY 06: Maori gather every year to celebrate and protest the Waitangi Treaty. The agreement, signed on February 6, 1840 by representatives of the British Crown and Maori chiefs, is controversial because there are two versions: one in the Maori language and one in English. Maori have been using the treaty to file for land claims and resource management rights. --Photo By Amy Toensing _________________________________<br />
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