Find the answer below
Bet your knowledge and answer
The Maori is the indigenous population in New Zealand. The first Maori were Polynesians who arrived in the country between 800 and 1300, founding the Maori culture. They named the country "Aotearoa", "the land of the long white cloud". Originally, the lived off fishing, farming and hunting. The British colonisation led to several clashes in the 19th century and a war, which finished in 1865. After this, the Maori were integrated into New Zealand societies. The Maori continue to fight for their ethnic and cultural distinction. Only around 60,000 still speak Maori.
Answer time 0s (0s). 21% have previously answered correct on this question. The question was created 2009-05-13.
When did Denmark win the european championship in football?
When was AIDS recognised officially as a disease for the first time?
What year was the Internet a reality when 213 computers from different universities were tied together in a network that grew to 300,000 computers in the next ten years?
When was the first email sent?
When was the first computer program written?