The Brown Frontier : New Zealand Historical Stories and Studies 1806 - 1877

By: Vennell, C W

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Wellington, NZ: Reed, 1967. Thirteen stories from New Zealand history recounting the battles between the New Zealand Maori and the white settlers in the Northland region. This study done over 36 yrs has brought to light forgotten examples of tension and violence that marked the long process of Racial adjustment. Both parties acting with feroscity and treachery. CONDITION Maroon bds with gilt title (not bumped or worn) Map eps with personal dedication from the Author 'Pip' CW Vennell. 190 pages with 22 photo illus (interior is tight and clean) Pictoral wrapper is lightly rubbed with chips.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Buckram. Fine/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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