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12about.textxwelcome=<h2>Welcome to the Maori Niupepa Collection</h2>
13about.textxwelcome2=<p>Here we have a collection of historic newspapers published primarily for a Maori audience between 1842 and 1932. The newspapers can be <gsf:link type="query"><b>searched</b></gsf:link> (full text), <gsf:link type="classifier" nodeID="CL1"><b>browsed</b></gsf:link> (by series) or accessed by <gsf:link type="classifier" nodeID="CL2"><b>date</b></gsf:link>. This collection has been made available by the <a href="">New Zealand Digital Library Project</a>, at the <a href="">Department of Computer Science</a>, <a href="">University of Waikato</a>.</p>
14about.textxbackground=<p>Background information about the collection can be accessed below.</p>
15about.textxgrateful=<p>We are grateful for the support of many organisations that have assisted in making this collection freely available, in particular the <a href="">Ministry of Education</a> and university libraries throughout New Zealand. Please see our supporting organisations section below.</p>
17about.textxbackground2=<h2>Background Information</h2>
18about.textxbackground3=<p>The niupepa collection consists of over 17,000 pages taken from 34 separate periodicals. It is based on &quot;Niupepa 1842-1933&quot;, a microfiche collection produced by the <a href="">Alexander Turnbull Library</a>. 70% of the collection is written solely inMaori, 27% is bilingual and about 3% is written in English. There were three main types of niupepa published; government sponsored, Maori initiated, and religious.</p><p>There are four main parts to the Maori niupepa collection:</p><ul><li>facsimile images of the original pages</li><li>text extracted from the newspapers (for searching)</li><li>bibliographic commentaries for each newspaper title</li><li><gsf:link type="page" page="abexpl">English abstracts</gsf:link> for each issue</li></ul><p>Further information about the Niupepa Collection can be found in <i>Rere Atu Taku Manu! Discovering History, Language &amp; Politics in the Maori Language Newspapers</i>. Edited by Jennifer Curnow, Ngapare Hopa, and Jane McRae. Auckland University Press (2002). </p>
20about.textxsupporgs=<h2>Supporting Organisations</h2>
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22about.textyaymined=<p>The <a href="">Ministry of Education</a> are the principal sponsors of this project.</p>
23about.textxsupporgs2=<p>Financial support was also generously given by the following university libraries:</p><ul><li><a href="">Waikato University Library</a></li><li><a href="">Otago University Library</a></li><li><a href="">Massey University Library</a></li><li><a href="">Victoria University Library</a></li><li><a href="">Auckland University Library</a></li><li><a href="">Canterbury University Library</a></li><li><a href="">Lincoln University Library</a></li></ul><p>The newspapers are also available on 35mm microfilm and microfiche. They can be borrowed on interloan through your local library or purchased from the <a href="">Alexander Turnbull Library</a>.</p><p>Digital image capture was provided by <a href="">New Zealand Micrographic Services Ltd.</a></p><p>Commentaries on titles provided by Gail Dallimore.</p><p><gsf:link type="page" page="abexpl">English abstracts</gsf:link> are provided by a team working through the Department of Maori Studies at the University of Auckland.</p>
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