A Show of Justice; Racial "amalgamation" in 19th Century New Zealand's

By: Ward, Alan

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A Show of Justice; Racial "amalgamation" in 19th Century New Zealand's by Ward, Alan
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Canberra: Australia National University Press, 1974. XVI, 384 pp., last two blank, preface by author, maps and plates, abbreviations, glossary of Maori words, two appendices, notes, a note on primary sources, bibliography and index. Illustrations used within the text are black and white photographs and maps. Pale tan boards with gilt writing on spine. The corners of book are slightly rubbed and the head and the heel of the spine are bumped and soft. There is a stain on front panel, closest to the top right-hand corner. Previous owners name on the ffep. Previous owner has used a "highlighter" pen, which is now fading, on various pages throughout the book. Illustrated dustwrapper, by Joseph Merrett, showing Te Waru handing over his daughter to the white man's justice, with brown & white background with Brown writing on front panel and spine. The dustwrapper is very rubbed and faded. The corners of the dustwrapper are chipped and there is chipping and creasing along both top and bottom edges. The dustwrapper is somewhat "slack". "A show of justice books that New Zealand in nineteenth century when British officials and humanitarians attempted to assimilation to save the Moari from destruction by the tide of European settlement. This policy, and a special administrative and judicial machinery set up to implement it, helped avert the situations in which the American Indians and Australian Aborigines find themselvesnevertheless, it led to the subjugation of the Maori under 'a show of justice'".". First Edition. Tan Cloth. Average/Poor. 8vo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. History -- New Zealand.

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