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Meeting Place : Maori and Pakeha Encounters, 1642-1840.
New York : Auckland University Press, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (308 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Contents; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 2 First Encounters; Becoming Māori, becoming Pākehā; Before the middle ground --
Tasman and the time of mutualincomprehension; Cross-cultural travels: Cook, Banks and Tupaia in Aotearoa; The French connection: Jean-François Marie de Surville inTai Tokerau; 'The tribe of Marion': Marion du Fresne's bloody encounter; 3 Strangers Landing in Strange Lands; Kāwana Kingi and the Norfolk Island connection; A native abroad: Savage and Moehanga; A tragic liaison: George Bruce and Atahoe; Deepsea whalers and Māori. Clashing cultures: the burning of the BoydA regal visit: Hongi Hika in London and the aftermath; Kupe's journey; 4 On the Middle Ground; Importing missionaries: Ruatara and Marsden; The missionary challenge; Saving souls abroad: Tuai and Titere in England; Southern sealers and whalers; Middle New Zealand: early interactions in the Cook Strait regionand further north; Jumping ship: further European settlement in the north; Learning to get along with one another: the nature of Maori andPakeha relationships before 1840; 5 Trading Relationships: The Commercial Frontier; Commerce and gift exchange. Trade and agricultureSelling services; New wants and needs; Ownership and use rights; 'Tuku whenua' and land dealings; 6 Sex on the Frontier; Sex and sailors; The sexual politics of the frontier; 7 Subverting Conversion? Religious Encounters; Understanding Māori 'conversion'; A unique form of Christianity?; Tapu and other customs; 8 The Political World of Aotearoa before 1840; The evolving role of rangatira in the pre-Waitangi era; Taua muru; Rūnanga and komiti; A dying people?; 9 The Impact of Cultural Encounter on the New ZealandFrontier; 10 The End of the Middle Ground; Notes; Bibliography. IndexA; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z.
- Maori (New Zealand people) -- History.
- Maori (New Zealand people) -- First contact with Europeans.
- New Zealand -- Race relations -- History.
- New Zealand -- History -- To 1840.
- Ko ̄rero nehe.
- New Zealand -- Ethnic relations.
- Noho-a ̄-iwi.
- Ta ̄ngata whenua.
- Tino rangatiratanga.
- HISTORY -- Australia & New Zealand.
- Maori (New Zealand people)
- Race relations.
- New Zealand.