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The Oxford illustrated history of New Zealand

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Published by Oxford University Press in Auckland, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand
    • Subjects:
    • New Zealand -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 391-399) and index.

      Other titlesIllustrated history of New Zealand
      Statementedited by Keith Sinclair.
      ContributionsSinclair, Keith, 1922-1993.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU420 .O94 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 408 p. :
      Number of Pages408
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL740427M
      ISBN 100195583388
      LC Control Number97132091

      The Oxford Illustrated History of the World Felipe Fernández-Armesto Imagine the planet, as if from an immense distance of time and space, as a galactic observer might see it--with the kind of objectivity that we, who are enmeshed in our history, can't g: New Zealand. "War has played a defining role in shaping New Zealand. From the destructive Musket Wars, the bloody culmination of centuries of Maori tribal warfare, to the New Zealand Wars, military activities were a feature of nineteenth-century New Zealnad, and their impact is still felt today. During the twentieth century Pakeha and Maori stood shoulder to shoulder in New Zealand's .

      The Oxford Illustrated History of Britain by Kenneth O. Morgan: The Oxford Illustrated History of English Literature by Pat Rogers: The Oxford Illustrated History of the British Monarchy by John Cannon: The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand by Keith Sinclair: The Oxford Illustrated History of Roman Britain by. Dame Judith Mary Caroline Binney DNZM FRSNZ (née Musgrove, 1 July – 15 February ) was a New Zealand historian, writer and Emerita Professor of History at the University of work focussed on religion in New Zealand, especially the Māori Ringatū religion founded by Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki and continued by Rua Kenana. She also wrote extensively on the history Alma mater: University of Auckland.

      With its closest neighbor some 1, miles away, New Zealand is one of the most geographically isolated countries in the world. Its remoteness led to its relatively late settlement. Brooking traces New Zealand from its earliest Maori settlers to issues in , covering intertribal relations, the effects of European contact, the challenges of globalization, and more. There had been other books along the way – an edition of William Yates’ Account of New Zealand, The People and the Land – an illustrated history with Judith Bassett and Erik Olssen - and many other essays and journal articles. This body of work won Judi the Prime Minister’s Award for Literary Achievement in Non-fiction in


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The book covers the period of colonization after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, the wars between the Maori and the British Army of the s, the beginning of party government in the s, votes for women infighting in South Africa and Europe, the Depression, the Maori drift to towns, the influx of Pacific Islanders, and the economic reforms since the fourth Labour /5(2).

Written by a team of noted historians, The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand takes us on a beautifully illustrated tour though the past of this unique land. In these pages we see how the Maori established a highly cultivated society among New Zealand's moutains and waters, developing an uneasy relationship with the first European settlers/5(2).

Bringing one thousand years to life, this is an illustrated history of New Zealand from the settlement by Polynesians to the present day. The book covers the period of colonization after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, the wars between the Maori and the British Army of /5.

Bringing one thousand years to life, this is an illustrated history of New Zealand from the settlement by Polynesians to the present day. The book covers the period of colonization after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, the wars between the Maori and the British Army of. Bringing years to life, this is an illustrated history of New Zealand from the settlement by Polynesians to the 21st century.

Each chapter has been written by an acknowledged expert in his or her field, and a new chapter by Dr Jack Vowles brings the book fully up to date. Buy a cheap copy of The Oxford Illustrated History of New book.

Bringing one thousand years to life, this is an illustrated history of New Zealand from the settlement by Polynesians to the present day. An illustrated history of New Zealand, from the settlement of Polynesians to modern times, which also looks at the country's people and politics.

This edition includes a chapter by Dr Jack Vowles Read more. When The Oxford History of New Zealand was first published in it was acclaimed as the standard reference. The turbulent s have changed much about the way we see New Zealand and its history.

Inthe islands were visited by the Dutch sailor Abel Tasman, and in they were charted by Captain James Cook. British whalers, sealers, traders, farmers, and missionaries followed, joining the Maori in the land we now know as New Zealand.

Written by a team of noted historians, The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand/5(18). Oxford Illustrated History. A collection of lavishly illustrated single-volume histories, Oxford Illustrated Histories present well-documented chronologies on topics like Britain, theater, Greece, opera, English literature, modern Europe, and more.

Each history includes color and black and white illustrations, as well as photographs. Bringing one thousand years of history to life, this is an illustrated history of New Zealand from the settlement by Polynesians to the present day/5(18).

The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand 2nd edition. Good softback, some creasing and fading, name to ffep. Bringing one thousand years of history to life, this is an illustrated history of New Zealand from the settlement by Polynesians to the present day.

The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand 2/e Paperback – 4 Jun. by Sir Keith Sinclair (Editor)/5(2). Orange, Claudia The Maori and the Crown The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand Sinclair, Keith Auckland Oxford University Press Owens, J. R ‘New Zealand Before Annexation’ The Oxford History of New Zealand Rice, Geoffrey W Auckland Oxford Cited by: The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand Edited by Keith Sinclair The history of the country we now call New Zealand spans more than a thousand years.

This bestselling book, the triumphant fruit of careful research, wide reading and judicious assessment, is the unchallenged contemporary reference on the history of New Zealand. New Zealand was the last country in the world to be discovered and settled by humankind.

It was also the first to introduce full democracy. This week's Ockham New Zealand national book awards marks the 50th anniversary of book awards in New Zealand. To mark the occasion, we asked 50 experts – authors, publishers, academics.

The Oxford Illustrated History is truly the global history it aspires to be. The faults of the book are those I identified when I first reviewed it in Some of the chapters fall short of the high standard set in most of them.

Both Australia and New Zealand receive scant coverage. Australian combat efforts are mentioned four times, New Author: Glyn Harper. The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand by KEITH SINCLAIR (EDITOR) A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.

Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Littledene: a New Zealand rural community published in is perhaps the most comprehensive; the book is a "sociological study of a typical New Zealand small town", with the fictional name of Littledene, but the research and details of the book all relate to y: New Zealand.

The book covers the period of colonization after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, the wars between the Maori and the British Army of the s, thebeginning of party government in the s, votes for women infighting in South Africa and Europe, the Depression, the Maori drift to towns, the influx of Pacific Islanders, and the economic reforms since the fourth Labour 4/5(1).Binney was also a contributor to books including The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand, The Turbulent Years -and The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography.

Inshe was awarded the CNZM for services to historical research, and in was made a Fellow of the Royal Society in New Zealand. New Zealand was the last country in the world to be discovered and settled by humankind.

It was also the first to introduce full democracy. Between those events, and in the century that followed the franchise, the movements and the conflicts of human history have been played out more intensively and more rapidly in New Zealand than anywhere else on Earth/5(71).