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Te Whiti o Rongomai, and the resistance of Parihaka
Keenan, Danny, author
Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand : Huia, 2015
"This is an account of the life and times of Te Whiti o Rongomai set against the politics and Crown policies of the nineteenth century. It traces the forces that shaped his life's journey from Ngāmotu, where he was born, to his settling at Parihaka and his evolving sense of the injustices and disempowerment Māori experienced and his response to these. The book discusses the struggles Te Whiti had, as understood by some of his living relatives, against native policy of the time, and it gives insights into the motivations of Te Whiti and his actions. It explores the community at Parihaka, its resistance and the consequences of this and looks at Māori and government actions and responses up to the present day"--Publisher information.
Baker Berry DU422.82.T49 K44 2015

Ko tautoro, te pito o tōku ao : a Ngāpuhi narrative
Sadler, Hone, author
Auckland : Auckland University Press, 2014
"Sadler illustrates the unbroken chain of Ngāpuhi sovereignty by looking in-depth at his own hapū of Ngāti Moerewa, Ngāti Rangi and Ngāi Tawake ki te Waokū of Tautoro and Matarāua. The narrative is told through weaving together karakia and whakapapa, histories and kōrero that have been part of the oral traditions of Ngāpuhi's whānau, hapū and iwi and handed down through the generations on marae and other gathering places"--Publisher information.
Baker Berry DU424.N36 S23 2014

The Gebusi : lives transformed in a rainforest world
Knauft, Bruce M., author
Long Grove, Illinois : Waveland Press, Inc., [2016]
Friends in the forest -- Rhythms of survival -- Lives of death -- Getting along with kin and killers -- Spirits, sex, and celebration -- Ultimate splendor -- Time for change: Yuway's sacred decision -- Pennies and peanuts, rugby and radios -- Mysterious romance, marital choice -- Sayu's dance and after -- Closer, closer, further away: revival and independence -- The larger future.
Baker Berry DU740.42 .K524 2016

Ko te whenua te utu = Land is the price : essays on Māori history, land and politics
Sorrenson, M. P. K., author
Auckland, New Zealand : Auckland University Press, 2014
The whence of the Māori : some nineteenth-century exercises in scientific method -- Treaties in British colonial policy : precedents for Waitangi -- How to civilise savages : some 'answers' from nineteenth-century New Zealand -- Folkland to bookland : F.D. Fenton and the enclosure of the Māori 'commons' -- Land purchase methods and their effect on Māori population, 1865-1901 -- The Māori King movement, 1858-1885 -- Polynesian corpuscles and pacific anthropology : the home-made anthropology of Sir Apirana Ngata and Sir Peter Buck -- Colonial rule and local response : Māori responses to European domination in New Zealand since 1860 -- Māori representation in parliament -- Towards a radical reinterpretation of New Zealand history : the role of the Waitangi Tribunal -- Giving better effect to the treaty : some thoughts for 1990 -- The Waitangi Tribunal and the resolution of Māori grievances -- Waitangi : Ka Whawhai Tonu Matou.

"In this new book, Sorrenson brings together his major writing from the last 56 years into a powerful whole - covering topics from the origins of Māori (and Pākehā ideas about those origins), through land purchases and the King Movement of the nineteenth century, and on to twentieth-century politics and the new history of the Waitangi Tribunal. Throughout his career, Sorrenson has been concerned with the international context for New Zealand history while also attempting to understand and explain Māori conceptions and Pākehā ideas from the inside. And he has been determined to tell the real story of Maori losses of land and their political responses as, in the face of Pakeha colonisation, they became a minority in their own country. Ko te Whenua te Utu / Land is the Price is a powerful history of Māori and Pākehā in New Zealand"--Publisher information.
Baker Berry DU423.A1 S67 2014

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