Wednesday, 10 January 2018

The Early Years ( Late 1800 , 1919

 Activity 1.

 This is located at Christchurch cathedral city, but rarely it can be called in another way as cathedral Christ church. It was built between 1864 and 1904 in the centre of the city, It took them 10 years to build this cathedral, but however the central nave was finished about three years soon as this photo was taken, but it was finally it was finish in 1904.

Activity 2.

At the turn of the century New Zealand they elected the new government, Richard John sodden as the leader of the liberal party from the 1893 - 1906. Only man was allowed to vote. this all changed late in the 1800. A women called Kate Sheppard lead a suffragist movement in New Zealand Asking for a change in law. She did hard work, but finally she paid off when the Elected act was passed into the law on 19 September in 1893, giving rights to the women's to vote. well New Zealand was the one that gave rights for the women's to vote, but there was more countries in the world. it would be fair - because the New Zealander's had the rights to let the women's vote.