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Title   After the Treaty 

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Author   PATTERSON Brad / HILL Richard  ISBN   9780947493158  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Steele Roberts Ltd  Group   New Zealand View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Non-Fiction  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2016 
Subject   NZ History 
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Synopsis This book is in tribute to Ian McLean Wards (19202003), who as researcher and writer, civil servant and cultural activist, contributed greatly to promoting awareness of NZ history. The authors explore themes dear to Wards heart, providing new insights into vital issues in 19th century colonial history.

Contents include : Brad Patterson - Ian McLean Wards; Ray Grover, Cathy Marr - Reminiscences; Jim McAloon - Revisiting The Shadow of the Land; Melanie Nolan - The politics of dictionaries of biography; Malcolm McKinnon - Lines on the Map; Mark Hickford - Interpreting the Treaty; Carwyn Jones - Kingitanga and Constitutionalism; John Crawford - The Volunteer Force; Grant Phillipson - The Northern War; Vincent OMalley - Northland after 1846; Brad Patterson - Theophilus Heale and the Inspectorate of Surveys; Richard S Hill- Surveilling the enemies; Cathy Marr - Amnestying rebels;W David McIntyre - The genesis of Commonwealth Consultation.

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