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Following the New Zealand Wars, the British government __________. A. established seats in the House of Representatives for Maori politicians B. gave three million acres of land to Maori C. signed
the Treaty of Waitangi D. left the colony and turned it over to Maori control
The indigenous Maori of Australia signed a treaty with the English called the Treaty of Waitangi .
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User: Following the New Zealand Wars, the British government __________. A. established seats in the House of Representatives for Maori politicians B. gave three million acres of land to Maori C. signed the Treaty of Waitangi D. left the colony and turned it over to Maori control

Weegy: The indigenous Maori of Australia signed a treaty with the English called the Treaty of Waitangi .
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User: Today, the economies of the Pacific Islands rely heavily on which of the following needs? A. sheep, because wool supports the economy B. importing raw materials so economies can produce manufactured goods C. mining, because Pacific Islands have large supplies of minerals and gems D. trade partnerships with Great Britain, despite European Union changes

Weegy: The economy of the Pacific Island is in need of B. importing raw materials so economies can produce manufactured goods.
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User: Before each international match, New Zealand’s national rugby team performs a pre-battle dance of the Maori, the __________. A. ta moko B. mana motuhake C. maui D. haka

Weegy: Before each international match, New Zealand’s national rugby team performs a pre-battle dance of the Maori, the D. haka.
Expert answered|Micharnaezz|Points 40|

User: Australia’s capital city, __________, is located inland, midway between the country’s two largest cities. A. Canberra B. Sydney C. Melbourne D. Perth

Weegy: Australia’s capital city, B. Sydney, is located inland, midway between the country’s two largest cities.
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