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The Meeting Place - Maori and Pakeha Encounters, 1642-1840; A Savage Country: The untold story of New Zealand in the 1820s
The period bookended by initial Maori-Pakeha contact at one end, and the Treaty of Waitangi and the beginning of mass Pakeha migration at the other, is an under-represented stage of New ZealandExpand
'[T]he Sound of the Bell Amidst the Wilds':Evangelical Perceptions of Northern Aotearoa/New Zealand Maori and the Aboriginal Peoples of Port Phillip, Australia, c.1820s-1840s
This study investigates evangelical missionary perceptions of northern Aotearoa/New Zealand Māori and the Aboriginal peoples of the Port Phillip district of New South Wales, Australia, during theExpand
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'Of Red War and Little Else': European Responses to Indigenous Violence in the Tasman World, c.1769-1850s
Europeans responded to indigenous internecine violence in a variety of ways in the Tasman world from first contact to the middle of the nineteenth century. Whereas extant historiography hasExpand
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