The Invasion of New Zealand by People, Plants and Animals: the South Island

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THE INVASION OF NEW ZEALAND BY PEOPLE, PLANTS AND ANIMALS
THE SOUTH ISLAND

ANDREW HILL CLARK

NEW BRUNSWICK

1949

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • I- The Land 1
  • Chapter I- The Primitive Habitat- Setting for the Invasion 3
  • II- The People 37
  • Chapter II- Polynesian Occupation and Early European Contacts 39
  • Chapter III- The Flow of Settlement after 1840 74
  • Chapter IV- The Changing Population- Its Numbers, Distribution, and Character 130
  • III- The Invading Animals 159
  • Chapter V- The Hearth Area 161
  • Chapter VI- Sheep 167
  • Chapter VII- Cattle 219
  • Chapter VIII- The Minor Domesticated Animals 241
  • Chapter IX- The Animal Pests 259
  • IV- The Invading Plants 283
  • Chapter X- The Place of Plant Husbandry 285
  • Chapter XI- Potatoes 293
  • Chapter XII- Wheat 303
  • Chapter XIII- The Brassicas, Grasses, and Clovers 335
  • Chapter XIV- Exotic Trees and Shrubs 359
  • V- Conclusion 379
  • Chapter XV- Conclusion 381
  • Appendix 387
  • Reference Notes 397
  • Notes on Sources of Statistical Data 427
  • Bibliography 429
  • Index 453
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