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Te Ao Tāwhito = The old world, 3000 BC - AD 1830

Author: Atholl Anderson
Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Bridget Williams Books, [2018] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Te Ao Tawhito: The Old World contemplates Māori origins in the 'blue continent', the vast Pacific Ocean across which the earliest ancestors travelled to settle these southernmost Pacific islands. Here they organised into hapū and iwi, adapting tropical ways to life in a huge but temperate land, building communities and developing cultures. Early European visitors observed Māori society and changed it too, as  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Atholl Anderson
ISBN: 9781988533353 198853335X
OCLC Number: 1029252376
Notes: "Tangata Whenua: an illustrated history, part one."
Description: 216 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Ancient origins, 3000 BC --
AD 1300 --
Speaking of migration, AD 1150 --
1450 --
Pieces of the past, AD 1200 --
1800 --
Emerging societies, AD 1500 --
1800 --
In the foreign gaze, AD 1642 --
1820 --
Old ways and new means, AD 1810 --
1830.
Other Titles: Tangata whenua (2014)
Tangata whenua (2014)
Responsibility: Atholl Anderson.

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"Te Ao Tawhito: The Old World contemplates Māori origins in the 'blue continent', the vast Pacific Ocean across which the earliest ancestors travelled to settle these southernmost Pacific islands. Here they organised into hapū and iwi, adapting tropical ways to life in a huge but temperate land, building communities and developing cultures. Early European visitors observed Māori society and changed it too, as more and more Europeans arrived, then stayed"--Introduction.

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