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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version :|
|Named Person:||Victoria, Queen of Great Britain; Victoria, Queen of Great Britain|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sarah Carter; Maria Nugent
|ISBN:||9781526115065 1526115069 9781526100320 1526100320|
|Notes:||Previously issued in print: 2016.|
|Description:||1 online resource : illustrations (black and white), maps (black and white).|
|Contents:||Cover; Half-title; Series information; Title page; Copyrights information; Table of contents; List of maps and figures; Contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction Indigenous histories, settler colonies and Queen Victoria; Notes; Part I Monarch, metaphor, memory; 'We have seen the son of Heaven/We have seen the Son of Our Queen': African encounters with Prince Alfred on his; In 'the land of Sandile's Ancestors'; 'Children of our mother's love?': Moshoeshoe, Moroka, and the Prince; Gathering of native clans: the Prince in Natal; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; Notes. 'We rejoice to honour the Queen, for she is a good woman, who cares for the Ma.ori race': Loyalty and protest in ... Notes; 'The faithful children of the Great Mother are starving': Queen Victoria in contact zone dialogues in western ... ; Notes; The politics of memory and the memory of politics: Australian Aboriginal interpretations of Queen Victoria ... ; In the name of the queen; 'Our Late Most Gracious Sovereign "Queen Victoria".'; 'Not a great white person, a great white lie'; Acknowledgements; Notes; Part II Royal relations. 'My vast Empire & all its many peoples': Queen Victoria's imperial familyEmpire and a constitutional monarchy; A personal approach; From queen to empress; Queen Victoria and the scramble for southern Africa; Conclusion; Notes; Māori encounters with 'Wikitoria' in 1863 and Albert Victor Pomare, her Māori godchild; Gathering the chiefs; First impressions; Meeting the prince; Preparing to meet the Queen; Visiting the Queen; Royal godmother; Acknowledgements; Notes; Southern African royalty and delegates visit Queen Victoria, 1882-95; Postscript; Acknowledgements; Notes. Part III Sovereign subjects?Sovereignty performances, sovereignty testings: The Queen's currency and imperial pedagogies on Australia's ... ; The Queen's two bodies: Frontier 'palavers' and testing sovereignties; The Batman Treaty: Recognising Kulin sovereignty?; 'The Queen's Letter'; Relocating sovereignty in 'Gold Woman'; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; Notes; Bracelets, blankets and badges of distinction: Aboriginal subjects and Queen Victoria's gifts in Canada and ... ; The politics of intimacy and allegiance to the Crown; Celebrating the Queen's birthday; Afterlife of the Queen's gifts. AcknowledgementNotes; Chiefly women: Queen Victoria, Meri Mangakahia, and the Māori parliament; Loyalty and separatism in Kotahitanga; Equality and status; Acknowledgement; Notes; Select bibliography; Africa; Australia; Canada; New Zealand; Index.|
|Series Title:||Studies in imperialism.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Sarah Carter and Maria Nugent.|
'Non-European peoples had reason and opportunity to learn the structure and disposition of the authorities that colonised them. Under British rule, they had time to get to 'know' Queen Victoria, for
- Victoria, -- Queen of Great Britain, -- 1819-1901 -- Public opinion.
- Great Britain -- Colonies -- History -- 19th century.
- Great Britain -- History -- Victoria, 1837-1901.
- Great Britain -- Colonies -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
- Visits of state -- History -- 19th century.
- Victoria, -- Queen of Great Britain, -- 1819-1901.
- British colonies.
- Public opinion.
- Social conditions.
- Visits of state.
- Great Britain.
- HISTORY / Europe / Great Britain