A short history of the New Zealand Wars / Gordon McLauchlan.
By: McLauchlan, Gordon.Material type: BookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Bateman, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 192 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869539627; 1869539621.Subject(s): Maori (New Zealand people) -- History | Pakanga | Ahi ka | Ringa kaha | Whenua tautohetohe | Korero nehe | Noho-a-iwi | New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1843-1847 | New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1860-1872 | New Zealand -- History -- 1840-1876DDC classification: 993.022
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Insightful and accessible book of interest to New Zealanders wanting to find out more about the New Zealand wars and their consequences for our country.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
New Zealand wars timeline -- Introduction -- The wars in context -- The Cook Strait Settlements -- War in the north -- War in Taranaki -- The Maori King movement -- The Waikato war -- Bay of Plenty -- The throes of two great warriors [Riwha Titokowaru and Te Kooti Arikirangi] -- Epilogue: The Maori revival.
Gordon McLauchlan turns his masterful storytelling skills to one of the most important periods in this country's history. Succinct and accessible, the book tells the story of the struggle of Maori against immigrant settlers and the British army over land ownership and rangatiratanga - the right to some political control over their own lives and culture. The conflict and its consequences, mostly ignored for a century, have had a profound effect on our development as a nation. Published to coincide with New Zealand's first national day commemorating the New Zealand land wars on 28 October 2017.