Introducing general readers to New Zealand archaeology, Pakeha Settlements in a Maori World tells the story of the first European encounters with a new land. This is a fascinating approach to history through material culture, ... read more

Pakeha Settlements in a Maori World - New Zealand Archaeology 1769 1860

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 NZ History

An extraordinary visual data book like no other
Clustered yet scattered, we New Zealanders live across the country's physical landscapes, experiencing its varied weather and environments. We co-create its political, economic and social systems on a daily basis... read more

We Are Here: An Atlas of Aotearoa

As interest in the New Zealand Wars grows, Soldiers, Scouts and Spies offers a unique insight into the major campaigns fought between 1845 and 1864 by British troops, their militia and Maori allies, and Maori iwi and coal... read more

Soldiers, Scouts & Spies: A Military History of the New Zealand Wars 1845 - 1864

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 NZ History

The History of Mount Eden: the district and its people brings together a fascinating record of the men and women, the places, stories and events that have helped to shape the suburb from the earliest pre-history of its distinctive geological f... read more

The History of Mt Eden - The District and its People

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 NZ History

October 2019 marks the 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook’s first landfall in New Zealand. One Hundred Days that Mapped a Nation marks this historic occasion by looking at Cook’s intrepid journeys to New Zealand and the Pacific that were unprece... read more

100 Days That Mapped a Nation

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 NZ History

Auckland is at a turning point. At current growth rates it will pass two million
people sometime during the decade beginning 2022, at which point social and
infrastructure problems will begin to compound.
This book is for two groups of people: new residents ... read more

Turning Point Auckland

First published in 1958, this is the classic collection of myths relating to that cradle of Maori culture, Rotorua - with relevance across New Zealand Rotorua is one of New Zealand's most visited cities. It is impossible to avoid the area's Maori history and, in... read more

Legends of Rotorua And The Hot Lakes

Filming and cinema quickly won the hearts of New Zealand from the mid-1890s, yet the story of the cameramen and the film they took here and in the First World War has never been fully captured. The Camera in the Crowd does th... read more

The Camera in the Crowd: Filming New Zealand in Peace and War, 1895-1920

A truly unique insight into the impact the Second World War had on the iwi of the central North Island and Bay of Plenty districts (including Te Arawa, Ngati Tuwharetoa, Tuhoe, Whanau-a-Apanui, Ngati Maru and Ngati Paoa) f... read more

Ake Ake Kia Kaha E! Forever Brave!: B Company 28th Maori Battalion 1939-1945
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 NZ History

New Zealands military contribution to the First World War was a massive effort for a small country. The figure most often quoted is that from October 1914 through to October 1918, just over 100,000 New Zealanders embarked for military service overseas. But that number d... read more

For King and Other Countries

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 NZ History

Acclaimed historian Matthew Wright explores the evolution of New Zealand's most historically significant document, the Treaty of Waitangi, from its origins to its place in the present day. From the early cultural collisions between Maori and Pakeha that led to this landmar... read more

Waitangi: A Living Treaty
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