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Making Peoples: A History of the New…
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Making Peoples: A History of the New Zealanders, from Polynesian…

by James Belich

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"Examines Maori and Pakeha backgrounds, Maori settlement and pre-contact history ... re-interprets Maori-European relations from 1642 to the early 1900s ... traces European settlement ... the colonisation ... the colonial economy and society and re-examines the origins of Pakeha" --Jacket.

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James Belich is the best 'big picture' historian New Zealand has produced, in my opinion. He provides a great overview of New Zealand's history, and weaves a story and interpretation which, although not everyone will agree with it, offers a lense through which to understand our past. The story of immigration and colonisation by Maori and European is the central theme of this volume. It is a pleasure to read. ( )
  bevok | Jul 31, 2017 |
I read this book as we were considering and then actually planning our move from the US to New Zealand. New Zealand is a country in which this history continues to play a formative role in government, social commentary, and personal interactions. ( )
  jeanned | Nov 7, 2007 |
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