Statistics for History of New Zealand

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  • This quiz has been taken 19 times
  • The average score is 19 of 25

Answer Stats

Year Hint Answer % Correct
2019This community (whānau) becomes the target of a terrorist, leaving 51 dead{Muslim} community
100%
2011Christchurch is getting shocked by thisearthquake
100%
1769This English circumnavigator lands in present-day GisborneJames Cook
100%
1982The ratio of humans to this peaks at 1 to 22sheep
100%
1865This city loses its capital city statusAuckland
100%
1893New Zealand grants this people group the right to vote, the first country to do sowomen
100%
2003This epic Peter L. Jackson trilogy is completedThe Lord of the Rings
94%
1987This team wins the inaugural Rugby World Cupthe All Blacks
94%
1953Sir Edmund Hillary reaches this extreme point of the EarthMount Everest
94%
1916This party, the oldest in the country, is foundedLabour
88%
c. 1400This large flightless goes extinct due to Māori overhuntingMoa
88%
1984New Zealand bans these ships from entering their ports{nuclear}-powered ships
88%
1915This campaign in the Ottoman Empire leaves 2,700 fighters dead{Gallipoli} campaign
88%
1915Name of the army corps these soldiers were part ofANZAC
81%
1840This treaty between Māori chiefs and colonialists is signed in the Bay of IslandsTreaty of {Waitangi}
81%
1861This is discovered in Central OtagoGold
75%
1642This explorer becomes the first European to sight New ZealandAbel Tasman
75%
2016In a national referendum, voters reject a change of thisthe national flag
75%
1931This city is rebuilt in Art Déco style after a disastrous earthquakeNapier
63%
2010The Pike River disaster leaves 29 dead. What is/was Pike River?a mine
56%
233 ADThis supervolcano erupts for the last time (so far)Taupō Volcano
56%
1845This Māori leader cuts down the British flagstaff in RussellHōne Heke
50%
c. 1300This legendary Māori figure discovers AotearoaKupe
31%
1975This Māori leader walks the length of North Island to protest against land lossWhina Cooper
25%
1856This man becomes New Zealand's first Prime MinisterHenry Sewell
19%

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