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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 45 related to Fatal frontiers: a new history of New Zealand in the decade before the Treaty.    

A Savage Country

Paul Moon - History - 2012
New Zealand in the 1820s had no government or bureaucratic presence; no newspapers were published; the literate population was probably no more than a couple of dozen people at ...
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The Voyagers: Remarkable European Explorations of New Zealand

Paul Moon - History - 2014 - 256 pages
In The Voyagers, Paul Moon tells dramatic stories of Europeans discovering and exploring New Zealand during the first half of the 1800s. Ocean adventures, cross-country ...
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The struggle for Tamaki Makaurau: the Maori occupation of Auckland to 1820

Paul Moon - History - 2007 - 154 pages
Maori Auckland is synonymous with Ngati Whatua, or so it seems. However, there is a much longer and far more contentious history of the area which challenges this assumption ...
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Encounters: The Creation of New Zealand

Paul Moon - History - 2013 - 432 pages
Encounters is the wide-ranging, audacious and gripping story of New Zealand's changing national identity, how it has emerged and evolved through generations. In this genre ...
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The tohunga journal: Hohepa Kereopa, Rua Kenana, and Maungapohatu

Paul Moon - History - 2008 - 134 pages
"This is the final work in the trilogy dealing with the great Tuhoe tohunga Hohepa Kereopa. After spending five years working with Hohepa, Paul Moon's extraordinary concluding ...
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New Zealand in the Twentieth Century

Paul Moon - History - 2013 - 304 pages
A major popular history of the New Zealand experience in the twentieth century, from a fresh new perspective This is an accessible social history of life in New Zealand ...
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This Horrid Practice

Paul Moon - History - 2008 - 304 pages
'Though stronger evidence of this horrid practice prevailing among the inhabitants of this coast will scarcely be required, we have still stronger to give.' - Captain James ...
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