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The Meeting Place : Maori and Pakeha Encounters, 1642-1840.

Author: Vincent O'Malley
Publisher: New York : Auckland University Press, 2013.
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Here Vincent O'Malley examines the?meeting place' negotiated by Maori and Pakeha from 1642 to 1840. How did Maori and Pakeha negotiate a meeting place? Would Maori observe the Sabbath? Should Pakeha fear the power of tapu? Whose view of land ownership and control would prevail? How would Maori rangatira and Pakeha leaders establish the rules of political engagement? Around such considerations about how the world  Read more...
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O'Malley, Vincent.
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
All Authors / Contributors: Vincent O'Malley
ISBN: 9781869407575 1869407571
OCLC Number: 865330218
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.

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Here Vincent O'Malley examines the?meeting place' negotiated by Maori and Pakeha from 1642 to 1840. How did Maori and Pakeha negotiate a meeting place? Would Maori observe the Sabbath? Should Pakeha fear the power of tapu? Whose view of land ownership and control would prevail? How would Maori rangatira and Pakeha leaders establish the rules of political engagement? Around such considerations about how the world would work, Maori and Pakeha in early New Zealand defined a way of being together. This is a book about that meeting time and place, about a process of mutual discovery, contact.

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