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They came to this Land of Plenty: A to Z

Write A to Z down the margin of the page (leave out Q, X, Y). Using the information you read in Te Ara: History of Immigration, work out the answers to each of these clues. The first answer starts with A, the second with B and so on.

http://www.teara.govt.nz/NewZealanders/NewZealandPeoples/HistoryOfImmigration/en

 

A

In 1907 'Non British Citizens' were called this name.

B

Between 1992 and 1995, these refugees arrived in New Zealand.

C

These immigrants came to dig for gold in the 1860's.

D

Pacific Island overstayers were caught by these in the 1970's.

E

Most of New Zealand's immigrants in the 19th Century came from this area.

F

This group of immigrants settled in Akaroa in the 1840's.

G

This group of immigrants settled near Nelson in the 1840's and 1850's.

H

In the 1950's these refuges arrived in New Zealand.

I

In 1899 this act was passed to keep out criminals, insane and those with infectious diseases.

J

Soviet Refugees came to New Zealand. Their religion was ______

K

In 1999 the New Zealand Government accepted 200 refugees from this place.

L

An organization against immigration to New Zealand by non whites, was called the White New Zealand ______

M

People who move to a new country are called this.

N

1000 people came from this place from 1930 - 1940.

O

This area of New Zealand was originally settled by the Scottish.

P

By 1976 there were 65,694 people from this region in New Zealand.

R

The Polish people who arrived in New Zealand in 1944 were _______

S

In the 1870's a lot of immigrants came from this area.

T

The Government charged this on each Chinese person in New Zealand in 1881.

U

Asian refuges arrived from this place in 1972-73.

V

Maori people _______ to New Zealand from Polynesia.

W

in 1962 an annual quota of immigrants from this country was created.

Z

In 1840, the New _________ Company was set up to encourage people to move to New Zealand.

 


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