Author(s): Judith Binney; Vincent O¿Malley; Alan Ward
Te Ao Hou: The New World takes up the increasingly complex history of Maori entwined with Pakeha newcomers from about 1830. As the new world unfolded, Maori independence was hotly contested; Maori held as tightly as they could to their authority over the land, while the Crown sought to loosen it. War broke out just as the numbers of Pakeha resident in the country began to equal those of tangata whenua. For Maori, the consequences were devastating, and the recovery was long, framed by rural poverty, population decline and the economic depression of the late nineteenth-century. Drawn from the landmark publication, Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History (2014), Te Ao Houcovers the Maori history of the nineteenth-century.
Preface Introduction 1. The Coming of the Pakeha, 1820-1840 Across Time: Pipitea Pa 2. Rangatiratanga and Kawanatanga, 1840-1860 Across Time: Portrait Photographs 3. Wars and Survival, 1860-1872 Across Time: Nga Haki, Nga Kara, Flags 4. The Land and the People, 1860-1890 Across Time: Te Hopu Titi ki Rakiura 5. The Quest for Survival, 1890-1920 Postscript: The Past Matters Appendices: Statistics; Maps & Figures; Te Reo in the Text Endnotes Index