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Raupatu : the confiscation of Māori land / edited by Richard Boast and Richard S. Hill.

Contributor(s): Boast, Richard | Hill, Richard S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Victoria University Press, 2009Description: ix, 299 pages : maps, tables. ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780864736123 :; 9780864736123; 0864736126.Subject(s): Maori -- Land tenure -- History -- 19th century | Confiscations -- New Zealand -- History -- 19th century | Confiscations -- Law and legislation -- New Zealand | Raupatu | Ringa kaha | Kāwanatanga | Kōrero nehe | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Land tenure -- History -- 19th century | Kōrero nehe | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Land tenure -- History | Confiscations New Zealand -- History -- 19th Century | Confiscations New Zealand -- Law and legislation | Raupatu | Ringa kaha. (Ringa kaha.) | Ka¿¿wanatanga. (Ka¿¿wanatanga.) | Ko¿¿rero nehe. (Ko¿¿rero nehe.) | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Land tenure -- History -- 20th century | Confiscations -- New Zealand -- History -- 20th century | Maori (New Zealand People) -- Land Tenure -- History -- 19th Century | Confiscations -- New Zealand -- History -- 19th Century | Confiscations -- Law And Legislation -- New Zealand | New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1860-1872 -- Confiscations And Contributions | Raupatu. Reo | Ringa Kaha | Kawanatanga. Reo | -- Korero Nehe. Reo | Maori (New Zealand people) -- New Zealand -- Taranaki -- History | Maori (New Zealand people) -- New Zealand -- Tauranga -- History | Maori (New Zealand people) -- New Zealand -- Waikato -- History | Maori (New Zealand people) -- New Zealand -- East Cape -- History | Maori (New Zealand people) -- New Zealand -- Urewera District -- History | Kawanatanga | Kīngitanga | Korero nehe | New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1860-1872 -- Confiscations And Contributions | New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1843-1847 -- Confiscations and contributionsDDC classification: 993.023
Contents:
Overview : confiscation in New Zealand / Richard Boast and Richard Hill-- The historiography of confiscation -- Raupatu : the punitive confiscation of Maori land in the 1860s / Bryan Gilling-- Confiscation of land for rebellion - Justification for confiscation - The confiscation model - A tale of six districts : raupatu in practice - Taranaki - Waikato - Tauranga - Eastern Bay of Plenty - Mohaka-Waikare - East Coast -- INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT -- Riders of the whirlwind : tribal peoples and European settlement books, 1790s-1900s / James Belich -- European-indigenous contact - Myth and reality of empire - Explosive settlement - Dispossession - Case studies -- Land seizures and aftershocks : a True History Lesson on Anglo-colonialism / John C. Weaver -- The challenges and appeal of writing True History lessons - A True History Lesson on colonialization's core value set - Lifting the past's dead hand from a True History Lesson -- CONFISCATION IN COLONIAL NEW ZEALAND -- A Savage War of Peace? Motives for government policies towards the Kingitanga, 1857-1863 / Alan Ward -- Imperialism - Maori-European interaction - Law and war - Comparisons - The fate of Amalgamation in New Zealand - The Waitara Purchase - Kingitanga and the Crown - Governor Grey's policies - Invasions - Raupatu --
An illusionary power? : metropole, colony and land confiscation in New Zealand, 1863-1856 / Michael Allen -- The shift to responsible government in New Zealand - Confiscation proposals of Grey and the Domett Ministry, June-October 1863 - Grey and the Whitaker-Fox Ministry, November 1863-April 1864 - Grey and the Whitaker-Fox Ministry, April-November 1864 - Grey and the Weld Ministry, November 1864-September 1865 - Implementation of confiscation in Waikato and Taranaki -- RAUPATU AND LAW -- An Expensive Mistake : law, courts and confiscation on the New Zealand colonial frontier / Richard Boast -- Confiscation and law - Statutory confiscation in New Zealand - The Compensation Court and special commissioners - Confiscation as tenurial revolution - Confiscation and law : some reflections - Directions for research -- Strands from the afterlife of confiscation : property rights, constitutional histories and the political incorporation of Maori, 1920s / Mark Hickford -- legal-historical narratives of Confiscation and the Autonomy of the Crown - Confiscation, law and politics within the Crown - Towards a Royal Commission on Confiscation, 1922-1925 : 'the ventilation of these alleged grievances before some tribunal' - 'The mote having been removed from their eyes' : the Sim Commission, 1925-1928 -- CASE STUDIES -- 'A mild sort of confiscation'? : war and raupatu on the East Coast / Vincent O'Malley -- Arrival of Pai Marire - Taking the land - Native Land Court operations -- Te Upokokohua : the curse of confiscation on Te Urewera / Judith Binney -- The significance of Orakau - Invasion, raupatu and resistance - The second raupatu - The aftermath of raupatu --
LEGACIES OF RAUPATU -- Perpetual leasing in Taranaki, 1880-2009 / Dion Tuuta -- 1865-1892 - 1892-1955 - 1955-1975 - 1976-1996 - Maori Reserved Lands Amendment Act 1997 - Effects of dairy industry restructuring -- Raupatu settlement : legal finality and political reality / Alex Frame -- The background and a declaration of interest - The situation of raupatu claims in 1989 - The post-World War Two settlements - Establishing the principle of redress - Getting negotiations under way - The Deed of Settlement in 1995 - Finality under the Waikato Raupatu Claims Settlement Act 1995 -- Confiscation legislation in New Zealand / compiled by Richard Boast.
Overview : confiscation in New Zealand / Richard Boast and Richard Hill -- Raupatu : the punitive confiscation of Maori land in the 1860s / Bryan Gilling -- INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT -- Riders of the whirlwind : tribal peoples and European settlement books, 1790s-1900s / James Belich -- Land seizures and aftershocks : a True History Lesson on Anglo-colonialism / John C. Weaver -- CONFISCATION IN COLONIAL NEW ZEALAND -- A Savage War of Peace? Motives for government policies towards the Kingitanga, 1857-1863 / Alan Ward -- Ch. 6 An illusionary power? : metropole, colony and land confiscation in New Zealand, 1863-1856 / Michael Allen -- RAUPATU AND LAW -- An Expensive Mistake : law, courts and confiscation on the New Zealand colonial frontier / Richard Boast -- Strands from the afterlife of confiscation : property rights, constitutional histories and the political incorporation of Maori, 1920s / Mark Hickford -- CASE STUDIES -- 'A mild sort of confiscation'? : war and raupatu on the East Coast / Vincent O'Malley -- Te Upokokohua : the curse of confiscation on Te Urewera / Judith Binney -- LEGACIES OF RAUPATU -- Perpetual leasing in Taranaki, 1880-2009 / Dion Tuuta -- Raupatu settlement : legal finality and political reality / Alex Frame -- Confiscation legislation in New Zealand / compiled by Richard Boast.
Includes bibliographical references. -An illusionary power? : metropole, colony and land confiscation in New Zealand, 1863-1856 / Michael Allen -- The shift to responsible government in New Zealand - Confiscation proposals of Grey and the Domett Ministry, June-October 1863 - Grey and the Whitaker-Fox Ministry, November 1863-April 1864 - Grey and the Whitaker-Fox Ministry, April-November 1864 - Grey and the Weld Ministry, November 1864-September 1865 - Implementation of confiscation in Waikato and Taranaki -- Pt. Four: Raupatu and law -- Ch. 7. An expensive mistake : law, courts and confiscation on the New Zealand colonial frontier / Richard Boast -- Confiscation and law - Statutory confiscation in New Zealand - The Compensation Court and special commissioners - Confiscation as tenurial revolution - Confiscation and law : some reflections - Directions for research -- Ch. 8. Strands from the afterlife of confiscation : property rights, constitutional histories and the political incorporation of Maori, 1920s / Mark Hickford -- Introd. : legal-historical narratives of confiscation and the autonomy of the Crown - Confiscation, law and politics within the Crown - Towards a Royal Commission on confiscation, 1922-1925 : 'the ventilation of these alleged grievances before some tribunal' - 'The mote having been removed from their eyes' : the Sim Commission, 1925-1928 -- Pt. Five: Case studies -- Ch. 9. 'A mild sort of confiscation'? : war and raupatu on the East Coast / Vincent O'Malley -- Arrival of Pai Marire - Taking the land - Native Land Court operations -- Ch. 10. Te Upokokohua : the curse of confiscation on Te Urewera / Judith Binney -- The significance of Orakau - Invasion, raupatu and resistance - The second raupatu - The aftermath of raupatu
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A groundbreaking collection of essays by leading academics and intellectuals, this record examines the confiscation of Maori land in 19th-century New Zealand and the broader imperial context. Based on a 2008 conference entitled Coming to Terms? Raupatu/Confiscation and New Zealand History , this study examines topics associated with land confiscation, such as war, European settlements, colonialism, property rights, and politics. Contributors include Michael Allen, James Belich, Judith Binney, Alex Frame, Bryan Gilling, Mark Hickford, Vincent O'Malley, Dion Tuuta, Alan Ward, and John C. Weaver.

Includes bibliographical references.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 270-286) and index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

PT. ONE: INTRODUCTION -- Ch. 1 Overview : confiscation in New Zealand / Richard Boast and Richard Hill-- The historiography of confiscation -- Ch. 2 Raupatu : the punitive confiscation of Maori land in the 1860s / Bryan Gilling-- Confiscation of land for rebellion - Justification for confiscation - The confiscation model - A tale of six districts : raupatu in practice - Taranaki - Waikato - Tauranga - Eastern Bay of Plenty - Mohaka-Waikare - East Coast -- PT. TWO: INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT -- Ch. 3 Riders of the whirlwind : tribal peoples and European settlement books, 1790s-1900s / James Belich -- European-indigenous contact - Myth and reality of empire - Explosive settlement - Dispossession - Case studies -- Ch. 4 Land seizures and aftershocks : a True History Lesson on Anglo-colonialism / John C. Weaver -- The challenges and appeal of writing True History lessons - A True History Lesson on colonialization's core value set - Lifting the past's dead hand from a True History Lesson -- PT. THREE: CONFISCATION IN COLONIAL NEW ZEALAND -- Ch. 5 A Savage War of Peace? Motives for government policies towards the Kingitanga, 1857-1863 / Alan Ward -- Imperialism - Maori-European interaction - Law and war - Comparisons - The fate of Amalgamation in New Zealand - The Waitara Purchase - Kingitanga and the Crown - Governor Grey's policies - Invasions - Raupatu --

Ch. 6 An illusionary power? : metropole, colony and land confiscation in New Zealand, 1863-1856 / Michael Allen -- The shift to responsible government in New Zealand - Confiscation proposals of Grey and the Domett Ministry, June-October 1863 - Grey and the Whitaker-Fox Ministry, November 1863-April 1864 - Grey and the Whitaker-Fox Ministry, April-November 1864 - Grey and the Weld Ministry, November 1864-September 1865 - Implementation of confiscation in Waikato and Taranaki -- PT. FOUR: RAUPATU AND LAW -- Ch. 7 An Expensive Mistake : law, courts and confiscation on the New Zealand colonial frontier / Richard Boast -- Confiscation and law - Statutory confiscation in New Zealand - The Compensation Court and special commissioners - Confiscation as tenurial revolution - Confiscation and law : some reflections - Directions for research -- Ch. 8 Strands from the afterlife of confiscation : property rights, constitutional histories and the political incorporation of Maori, 1920s / Mark Hickford -- Introd. : legal-historical narratives of Confiscation and the Autonomy of the Crown - Confiscation, law and politics within the Crown - Towards a Royal Commission on Confiscation, 1922-1925 : 'the ventilation of these alleged grievances before some tribunal' - 'The mote having been removed from their eyes' : the Sim Commission, 1925-1928 -- PT. FIVE: CASE STUDIES -- Ch. 9 'A mild sort of confiscation'? : war and raupatu on the East Coast / Vincent O'Malley -- Arrival of Pai Marire - Taking the land - Native Land Court operations -- Ch. 10 Te Upokokohua : the curse of confiscation on Te Urewera / Judith Binney -- The significance of Orakau - Invasion, raupatu and resistance - The second raupatu - The aftermath of raupatu --

PT. SIX: LEGACIES OF RAUPATU -- Ch. 11 Perpetual leasing in Taranaki, 1880-2009 / Dion Tuuta -- 1865-1892 - 1892-1955 - 1955-1975 - 1976-1996 - Maori Reserved Lands Amendment Act 1997 - Effects of dairy industry restructuring -- Ch. 12 Raupatu settlement : legal finality and political reality / Alex Frame -- The background and a declaration of interest - The situation of raupatu claims in 1989 - The post-World War Two settlements - Establishing the principle of redress - Getting negotiations under way - The Deed of Settlement in 1995 - Finality under the Waikato Raupatu Claims Settlement Act 1995 -- Appendix : Confiscation legislation in New Zealand / compiled by Richard Boast.

PT. ONE: INTRODUCTION -- Ch. 1 Overview : confiscation in New Zealand / Richard Boast and Richard Hill -- Ch. 2 Raupatu : the punitive confiscation of Maori land in the 1860s / Bryan Gilling -- PT. TWO: INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT -- Ch. 3 Riders of the whirlwind : tribal peoples and European settlement books, 1790s-1900s / James Belich -- Ch. 4 Land seizures and aftershocks : a True History Lesson on Anglo-colonialism / John C. Weaver -- PT. THREE: CONFISCATION IN COLONIAL NEW ZEALAND -- Ch. 5 A Savage War of Peace? Motives for government policies towards the Kingitanga, 1857-1863 / Alan Ward -- Ch. 6 An illusionary power? : metropole, colony and land confiscation in New Zealand, 1863-1856 / Michael Allen -- PT. FOUR: RAUPATU AND LAW -- Ch. 7 An Expensive Mistake : law, courts and confiscation on the New Zealand colonial frontier / Richard Boast -- Ch. 8 Strands from the afterlife of confiscation : property rights, constitutional histories and the political incorporation of Maori, 1920s / Mark Hickford -- PT. FIVE: CASE STUDIES -- Ch. 9 'A mild sort of confiscation'? : war and raupatu on the East Coast / Vincent O'Malley -- Ch. 10 Te Upokokohua : the curse of confiscation on Te Urewera / Judith Binney -- PT. SIX: LEGACIES OF RAUPATU -- Ch. 11 Perpetual leasing in Taranaki, 1880-2009 / Dion Tuuta -- Ch. 12 Raupatu settlement : legal finality and political reality / Alex Frame -- Appendix : Confiscation legislation in New Zealand / compiled by Richard Boast.

Includes bibliographical references. -An illusionary power? : metropole, colony and land confiscation in New Zealand, 1863-1856 / Michael Allen -- The shift to responsible government in New Zealand - Confiscation proposals of Grey and the Domett Ministry, June-October 1863 - Grey and the Whitaker-Fox Ministry, November 1863-April 1864 - Grey and the Whitaker-Fox Ministry, April-November 1864 - Grey and the Weld Ministry, November 1864-September 1865 - Implementation of confiscation in Waikato and Taranaki -- Pt. Four: Raupatu and law -- Ch. 7. An expensive mistake : law, courts and confiscation on the New Zealand colonial frontier / Richard Boast -- Confiscation and law - Statutory confiscation in New Zealand - The Compensation Court and special commissioners - Confiscation as tenurial revolution - Confiscation and law : some reflections - Directions for research -- Ch. 8. Strands from the afterlife of confiscation : property rights, constitutional histories and the political incorporation of Maori, 1920s / Mark Hickford -- Introd. : legal-historical narratives of confiscation and the autonomy of the Crown - Confiscation, law and politics within the Crown - Towards a Royal Commission on confiscation, 1922-1925 : 'the ventilation of these alleged grievances before some tribunal' - 'The mote having been removed from their eyes' : the Sim Commission, 1925-1928 -- Pt. Five: Case studies -- Ch. 9. 'A mild sort of confiscation'? : war and raupatu on the East Coast / Vincent O'Malley -- Arrival of Pai Marire - Taking the land - Native Land Court operations -- Ch. 10. Te Upokokohua : the curse of confiscation on Te Urewera / Judith Binney -- The significance of Orakau - Invasion, raupatu and resistance - The second raupatu - The aftermath of raupatu

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