Books

Claudia Orange
$39.99
The history of the Treaty comes to life with a wonderful range of photographs, maps and paintings. A companion volume to 'The Treaty of Waitangi', the up-to-date text is written for the gene... [+]
Karen Sinclair
Māori prophetic movements from the late nineteenth century are widely known. This book looks at the twentieth-century leader, Hori Enoka Mareikura, from the Ruapehu district. Today, his prophetic say... [+]
Giselle Byrnes
'Boundary Markers' offers an alternative reading of European colonisation. The text carefully explores the interconnection of an established culture with that of the newcomers.... [+]
Paul Monin
The Hauraki Gulf was a hotly contested area during the first hundred years of European settlement. This account of a region in transformation is pertinent today, as Treaty settlements continue to be n... [+]
Andrew Sharp (ed) | P. G. McHugh (ed)
A book about what people do when they produce histories about the past. Wide-ranging essays on history, politics and law – for people who want to look hard at the world.... [+]
Alan Ward
$34.99
The history behind the claims arising from the Treaty of Waitangi. Ward’s account reveals a treaty made and then repeatedly breached. The impact of the past upon the present has rarely been analysed... [+]
Anna Yeatman (ed) | Margaret Wilson (ed)
Traditional concepts of justice are challenged in this collection of essays exploring biculturalism and difference. The ways we approach questions of sovereignty, governance and democracy are fully de... [+]
Judith Binney | Judith Bassett | Erik Olssen
A visual history of a hundred years settlement in New Zealand, this book tells the story of two communities, Māori and Pākehā. Richly illustrated with paintings, maps and photographs.... [+]

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