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London, United Kingdom: Wright & Brown , 1956. "When George Amitage arrived in New Zealand in 1890 with his wife and small girl to join his son Stanley, he had very definite ideas about the status of the Maoris. His son fell in love and married a Maori girl, when they married George disowned them. A charmingly told an immensely gripping New Zealand story." CONDITION Red bds with black title (not bumped or worn) eps have faint age browning (not inscribed) page edges are faintly foxed, pp 191 with tight clean interior. Original wrapper is fresh with slight edge wear. An excellent copy of this Scarce book. #New Zealand Literature#. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good++. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.