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Title Maori and Settler
Author(s) Henty, G. A
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1891
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London, Glasgow and Edinburgh
Publisher Blackie & Son Limited
Library British Library
Reference 1608/2835
Region Australasia, East Asia, Middle East, South America
Names George Alfred Henty, Te Kooti (pp263-290, 302-321, 324-326, 331-332), Colonel Whitmore (pp264, 272-277, 319)
Places New Zealand, Wellington (p159), Hawke Bay (pp264), Poverty Bay (pp263-265, 277, 282), Asia, China, Shanghai (p47), Syria (p48), Latin America, Brazil, Rio de Janeiro (pp59-60), Argentina, Buenos Aeries (p79), Cape Horn (p96)
Topics novel, fiction, children's literature, adventure, contents (pvii), illustrations (pp65, 103, 141, 197, 227, 295, 325), map (p12), indigenous peoples, Maori, settlers, colonisation, colonists, skirmishes with Maoris, colonial conflict (pp103, 141-153, 167-175, 218-228, 249, 263-326), New Zealand War (pp24, 162, 165-175), religion, Pai Marire, Hau-Hau (pp174, 214-224, 235, 240, 270, 309, 315, 321-325, 331), massacre at Poverty Bay (p282), emigration (pp17-30), economic opportunity in the colonies (p17), Maori culture (p27), class of settler in New Zealand superior to other colonies (pp18-19, 26-27), weapons (pp31, 33, 210), natural history (p185-187), botany (pp36, 326, 335, 340), liat sea (pp38-59, 86-97), land rights (pp166-171), dangers of an early land purchase (p54-55), slavery (pp61-62), cannibalism (pp83, 100), Pacific Islanders (pp114, 126-153), trade (pp114, 126), religion, Christianity (p162), colonial power (p167), education (p168), alcohol (p169), King movement (p169), farming (p205)