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    • Early Christchurch – a brief history | Christchurch City Libraries Ngā Kete Wānanga o Ōtautahi
      • The first people to live in the place now known as Christchurch were moa hunters, who probably arrived there as early as AD 1000. The hunters cleared large areas of mataī and tōtara forest by fire and by about 1450 the moa had been killed off. North Island Māori ( Ngati Māmoe and later Ngāi Tahu) arrived in Canterbury between 1500 and 1700.
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