Changeset 26258

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26.09.2012 15:30:24 (7 years ago)
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sjm84
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Fixed a minor error

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    1717about.textxbackground2=<h2>Background Information</h2> 
    18 about.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="http://www.natlib.govt.nz/en/using/8atl.html">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><a href="_httppagex_(abexpl)">English abstracts</a> for each issue</li></ul><p>Further information about the Niupepa Collection can be found in <i>Rere Atu Taku Manu! Discovering History, Language & Politics in the Maori Language Newspapers</i>. Edited by Jennifer Curnow, Ngapare Hopa, and Jane McRae. Auckland University Press (2002). </p> 
     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="http://www.natlib.govt.nz/en/using/8atl.html">Alexander Turnbull Library</a>. 70% of the collection is written solely in Maori, 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><a href="_httppagex_(abexpl)">English abstracts</a> for each issue</li></ul><p>Further information about the Niupepa Collection can be found in <i>Rere Atu Taku Manu! Discovering History, Language & Politics in the Maori Language Newspapers</i>. Edited by Jennifer Curnow, Ngapare Hopa, and Jane McRae. Auckland University Press (2002). </p> 
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    2020about.textxsupporgs=<h2>Supporting Organisations</h2>