Indigenous peoples and human rights [typescript], 1993 Oct
- Reeves, Paul, 1932-2011
- Physical Description:
- 19 leaves
- Restrictions on Access:
- Unrestricted access.
- The collection consists of a typescript copy of Sir Paul Reeves' paper, Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights, signed by the author and dated 13 Oct. 1993. The paper discusses violence toward indigenous peoples by invaders, citing examples from the Americas and Australia, and seeks to define indigenous peoples, examine their rights, and the effects and legality of various treaties signed by indigenous peoples.
- In Rare Books and Manuscripts, University Libraries, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (#1993-0072R/VF 6-1)
- Source of Acquisition:
- Gift of Paul Reeves, 1993.
- Administrative History:
- The Right Reverend Sir Paul Alfred Reeves is the former Archbishop of New Zealand and Governor-General of New Zealand. Born in Wellington of Maori and European descent, he was educated at Victoria University and St. John's Theological College, and, after his ordination, at Oxford University. He held several ecclesiastical and educational positions in New Zealand, culminating in his appointment as Primate and Archbishop of New Zealand in 1980. He resigned this position in 1985 to become Governor-General of New Zealand, the first cleric and the first person of Maori descent to hold the office. He has received numerous honors and held various positions since his term of office ended.
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