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A History of New Zealand
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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • List of Maps 9
  • Editorial Foreword 11
  • Prologue 13
  • Part One - Maori and Settler 1642-1870 27
  • I - Australian Colony 29
  • II - Brave New World 48
  • III - The Foundations of the State 68
  • IV - The Pioneers 89
  • V - The Maori King 109
  • VI - White Man's Anger 128
  • Part Two - Colony into Dominion 1870-1914 147
  • I - The Frontier of Debt 149
  • II - State Experiments 169
  • III - Cow Cockies and Red Feds 186
  • IV - New Zealanders and Britons 208
  • Part Three - New Zealand 1914-1956 229
  • I - Insecurity 231
  • II - Social Security 252
  • III - Aspects of Equality 274
  • Epilogue - The Search for Identity 295
  • Glossary of Maori, Colonial, and New Zealand Terms 302
  • (Table I) - European Land Tenure, 1891-1956 304
  • (Table II) - Tenure and Condition of Land, 1951 305
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 306
  • Index 311
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