Author(s): Terri Kessell
In this book ÃÂ the second in the Tangata Whenua series ÃÂ students will explore New ZealandÃÂs past in the context of classical Maori culture and first contact with Europeans. These took place in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries and had a strong influence on later events such as the Treaty of Waitangi. The events and consequences of these interactions form essential learning about New ZealandÃÂs heritage and culture, both in the past and for the future. Students will gain a deeper understanding of New ZealandÃÂs cultural dynamics. Chapter headings 1 How did Maori see their WorldC 2 Classical culture and customs 3 First contact ÃÂ 1642 to 1800 4 Massacre, missionaries and muskets 5 Seeking solutions ÃÂ side by side 64pp, softcover
1 How did Maori see their World? -- 2 Classical culture and customs -- 3 First contact - 1642 to 1800 -- 4 Massacre, missionaries and muskets -- 5 Seeking solutions - side by side.