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Title Colonization: being Remarks on Colonization in General, with an Examination of the Proposals of the Association which has been formed for Colonizing New Zealand
Author(s) Beecham, John
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1838
Document Type Pamphlet
Place of Publication London
Publisher Hatchards/ Seeleys/ Hamilton, Adams & Co., and John Mason
Library British Library
Reference 8154.c.16
Region Australasia, North America
Names John Beecham, Peter Jones (p6), Edward Gibbon Wakefield, Dandeson Coates (pp28, 39, 60), Lord Glenelg (pp39, 58)
Places Australia (pp20, 58-59, 62), New Zealand (pp23-), Canada (pp6, 9, 20, 62, 66), Virginia (p27), Van Diemen's Land, Tasmania (pp8, 58-59, 62), South Africa, Cape of Good Hope (pp10-11, 17-19, 44-45)
Topics Wesleyan Missionary Society, effect of colonization on indigenous peoples, colonial government, colonial rule, emigration, land ownership, land rights (pp4-8, 30-34), Native Americans (pp6, 9-10,14), Chippeway (p6), colonial conflict (p8), Tasmanian Aborigines (p8), law, political rights (pp9-10), Caffre War, Kaffir War (pp11,17), religion, Christianity, missionary work (pp11-19, 41-66), London Missionary Society (p13), Church Missionary Society, CMS (pp53, 57), health and disease (pp19-20), New Zealand Association (pp23-66), Maori (pp23-66), Royal Charter for Colony of Virginia (p27)
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