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Title Life Among the Maories of New Zealand: Being a Description of Missionary, Colonial and Military Achievements
Author(s) Rev. Ward, Robert
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1872
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Canada
Publisher G. Lamb
Library British Library
Reference 4768.aaa.9
Region Australasia
Names Robert Ward, Ferdinand Magellan (pp8-11), Vasco de Gama (pp11-12), Abel Jansen Tasman (pp14-16), Captain James Cook (pp17-26, 161), Samuel Marsden (p121)
Places New Zealand, Chatham Island (pp28-29), Oceania, Sandwich Islands (pp66-67), Fiji (p98)
Topics indigenous people, Maori, religion, missionary work, missionaries, Methodist Missionary Society, contents, exploration, "The Discovery" (pp1-26), "The Country" (pp27-43), topography, natural resources (pp31-43), gold (pp33-35), International Exhibition (p36), "Natural Productions", natural history (pp44-60), "The Maories in their Heathen State" (pp61-99), language (pp66-67), Maori religion (pp64-82), burial customs (pp72-73), tattoo (pp82-83), Hei tiki (p83), weapons (p84), agriculture (p85), housing (pp86-87), marriage, polygamy (p89), appearance (p90), infanticide (p90), cannibalism (pp92, 98), preserving human heads (p93), tribal conflict, warfare (pp93-97), "Missionary Trials" (pp100-131), "Missionary Success" (pp132-153), "The Commencement of the Colony" (pp154-182), "Early Struggles" (pp183-214), "Growth of the Colony" (pp215-232), population figures (pp221-222), employment, occupations (p223), trade, exports and imports (pp227-228), alcohol (pp228, 263), agriculture, "Country Life" (pp223-257), "town Life" (pp258-276), education (ppp268-273), "religious aspect" (pp277-289), "Native Suspicions" (pp290-315), dress (p291), law (pp291-292), land rights (p293), "Appointment of a King" (pp316-341), colonial conflict, "Taranaki War" (pp342-382), "A Lull in the War Storm" (pp383-402), "Cessation in Hostilities" (pp403-416), "The War in Waikato" (pp417-425), "The Tauranga Campaign" (pp426-431), "The West Coast Hostilities" (pp432-439), "The Pai Marire Delusion" (pp440-448), "War with the Hau Haus" (pp449-457), "Military Settlements" (pp458-461)
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