In part six, religious movements such as Pai Mārire & Ringatū arise to oppose settler expansion. While British troops withdraw, local militia take up the fight and we see atrocities committed by all sides.
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- Te Ua Haumene and the rise of Pai Mārire
- Māori and Pākehā perceptions of Pai Mārire.
- The rise of Pai Mārire on the East Coast, including the execution of Carl Völkner.
- The wars on the East Coast and Taranaki involving Pai Mārire followers.
- The exile of Te Kooti, foundation of the Ringatū Church and his guerilla campaign in the North Island.
- Tītokowaru, his attempts at peace and his success as a war leader.
- The departure of British troops, increasing government reliance on settler militia and kūpapa Māori.
- Atrocities committed during the later years of the NZ Wars.
- Confiscation and the long-term effects of the NZ Wars.