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Author Belich, James, 1956- author

Title The New Zealand wars and the Victorian interpretation of racial conflict / James Belich
Published Auckland, New Zealand Auckland University Press, 2015
©1986

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 W'PONDS  993.1022 Bel/Nzw 2015  AVAILABLE
Description 396 pages : maps ; 22 cm
Contents Contents note continued: 15.The Victorian Interpretation of Racial Conflict -- I.The Dominant Interpretation -- II.The Background of Ideas -- III.The Problem of One-Sided Evidence
Contents note continued: I.George Grey and the Preparations for War -- II.The Opposing Armies -- III.The War Behind the Front -- 8.Ranginri -- I.The Second Waikato Line -- II.The Battle of Rangiriri -- 9.Paterangi and Orakau -- I.The Paterangi Line -- II.The Battle of Orakau -- 10.The Tauranga Campaign -- I.The Battle of Gate Pa -- II.Te Ranga and the Peace in Tauranga -- III.The End of the Waikato War -- pt. FOUR TITOKOWARU AND TE KOOTI -- 11.A New Kind of War -- I.The Conflicts of 1864--8 -- II.The Escape of Te Kooti -- III.The Poverty Bay Campaign -- 12.Titokowaru and the Brink of Victory -- I.Titokowaru's Strategy -- II.Te Ngutu o te Manu -- III.Moturoa -- IV.The Crisis of 1868 -- 13.The Turn of the Tide -- I.The Ngatapa Campaign -- II.The Collapse of Titokowaru's Resistance -- III.The Pursuit of Te Kooti -- pt. FIVE CONCLUSIONS -- 14.The Maori Achievement -- I.The Modern Pa System -- II.The Wars and the Pattern of New Zealand Race Relations --
Machine generated contents note: I.The New Zealand Wars in History -- II.The Background -- pt. ONE THE NORTHERN WAR -- 1.A Limited War -- I.Resistance and Collaboration -- II.The Fall of Kororareka -- III.Puketutu: the Last Open Battle -- 2.The Ohaeawai Campaign -- I.Te Ahuahu: the Forgotten Battle -- II.Ohaeawai and the Adaptation of Pa Construction -- III.FitzRoy's Peace Effort -- 3.The Paper Victory -- I.Ruapekapeka and the Adaptation of Maori Strategy -- II.Peace in the North -- pt. TWO THE TARANAKI WAR -- 4.A Question of Sovereignty -- I.The Causes of War in Taranaki and Waikato -- II.The Search for Quick Victory -- III.The Legend of Waireka -- 5.The Intervention of the King Movement -- I.The Kingite Decision for War -- II.The Battle of Puketakauere -- 6.The Maori Strategy and the British Response -- I.The Development of the Maori Strategy -- II.The British Response: Pratt's Sapping System -- pt. THREE THE WAIKATO WAR -- 7.The Invasion of Waikato --
Notes "First published 1986"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 377-388) and index
Subject Maori (New Zealand people) -- History -- 19th century.
New Zealand -- History -- 1840-1876.
New Zealand -- History -- 1843-1870
New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1843-1847.
New Zealand -- History -- New Zealand Wars, 1860-1872.
LC no. 2014455174
ISBN 1869408276
9781869408275