United States of America Embassy New Zealand

The United States of America Embassy New Zealand (US Embassy) in Wellington, along with the Consulate General in Auckland, provides assistance to American citizens in New Zealand.
After the 22 February 2011 earthquake, the US Embassy responded with two goals in mind: to locate and assist American citizens in distress, and to mobilize US Government resources to assist local authorities in preserving life and addressing urgent humanitarian needs.
This collection holds photographs, videos, press releases, and blog posts about the US Embassy's involvement in the Canterbury earthquakes, and the achievement of these two goals.

Last updated
4:41pm 6th November 2017

Contains 109 items in 3 collections

US Embassy: Blog Posts
US Embassy: Blog Posts
Blog posts about the Canterbury earthquakes published by David Huebner, the United States Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa, on his blog: http://blogs.newzealand.usembassy.gov/ambassador/
Contains 18 items
US Embassy: Media Releases
US Embassy: Media Releases
Media releases from the United States of America Embassy New Zealand about the Canterbury earthquakes.
Contains 10 items
US Embassy: Photographs
US Embassy: Photographs
Photographs of the response by the United States of America Embassy in New Zealand to the Canterbury earthquakes.
Contains 81 items