|Location:||New Zealand / Aotearoa|
|Subject:||Social change; economy|
|Library Code:||UHM AV/C VIDEOTAPE 1930|
|Description:||The Waikato River is the principal river of North Island, New Zealand. A hundred and fifty years ago its banks were inhabited by numerous and powerful Maori tribes. While some Maori still live here, most of them have moved to other parts of the country. The river population has now grown to include cities of hydroelectric workers, resort and tourism workers, and farmers.|
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