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Doctor Yellow Jack By Ronald Vlietstra
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Wally McConnochie has sailed from New Zealand to 1870s London to complete his medical training. He fights poverty and prejudice and is drawn back to the sea. Life aboard the Arabella is rife with... More > hostility, intrigue and the virulent threat of yellow fever. When the fever demon finally strikes, Wally has little support and no known treatments yet, if the crew are to survive, he must succeed.< Less
Schisms By Vaughan Rapatahana
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An intense new collection of poems by this poet from Aotearoa-New Zealand, replete with references to his indigenous heritage and his travels and travails around the globe: Rapatahana lives in Hong... More > Kong and has homes also in Philippines and Aotearoa.< Less
The Discographer - June 2016 By 78rpm Collectors' Community
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The Discographer - June 2016 -Volume 3 No.6 - includes: The Rotorua Maori Choir – A History, Discography and Analysis, Maori Records – Window Displays, Alfredo – From Vagabond to... More > Gipsy and the Index to Volume 3< Less
A Grave New Zealand Story of Burial places and Memorials By Preller Geldenhuys
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This 'Work in Progress' project still requires a detailed Index so as to facilitate finding the different Maori iwi names and tribes, various types of European burial methods and the more secretive... More > Maori Urupa protocols< Less
Rauangi By Hayley Galo
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Māori visual artist open up about techniques and inspirations.This is a resource for schools to use as artist models
Ashtyn, Teacher of New Zealand By Alice Lockmiller
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The strong brave native Maori people of 1845 New Zealand are facinating to Ashtyn. She is a fourteen year old English girl who wants to live with the great Ngapuhi tribe and teach... More > their children. Will the chief and this people accept her? Can she learn and adapt to the unique traditions of the tribe and save her Maori friend from unknown danger?< Less
Ashtyn, Teacher of New Zealand By Alice Lockmiller
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The strong brave native Maori people of 1845 New Zealand are fascinating to Ashtyn. She is a fourteen year old English girl who wants to live with the great Ngapuhi tribe and teach their children. ... More > Will the chief and his people accept her? Can she learn and adapt to the unique traditions of the tribe and save her Maori friend from unknown danger?< Less
Ashtyn, Teacher of New Zealand By Alice Lockmiller
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The strong brave native Maori people of 1845 New Zealand are fascinating to Ashtyn. She is a fourteen year old English girl who wants to live with the great Ngapuhi tribe and teach their children. ... More > Will the chief and his people accept her? Can she learn and adapt to the unique traditions of the tribe and save her Maori friend from unknown danger?< Less
Amokura By Mark Deans
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Amokura tells the story of Jeff Sturgess and his irascible father, Laurie, who are swept away from New Zealand’s Coromandel coast by a sudden ferocious storm. Having survived the night in their... More > open boat, and finding themselves out of sight of land, hope of survival comes in the form of a small island, rising in cliffs from the Pacific Ocean. Through his dreams, it soon becomes apparent to Jeff that the pair of beautifully plumed birds, which have followed the men since before the storm, are the spirits of another father and son; two ancient Maori warriors, cursed to remain on the island until a treasured relic, violently stolen from a neighbouring tribe, is returned. Amokura explores the alienation of first contact between European and Maori, and the differences in racial attitudes and conflicts between two generations of Pakeha (white) New Zealander. A story of survival, hope and reconciliation.< Less
Hongi Hika and Hone Heke By Preller Geldenhuys
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Hongi Hika (1772 - 1828) and Hone Heke (1807 - 1849) were two fascinating Maori warriors. Hongi was instrumental in convincing Samuel Marsden to establish the first mission station at Hohi –... More > Oihi Bay and the second mission station at Kerikeri. Hone Heke married Hongi’s daughter and was one of the first Māori chiefs to sign the controversial Waitangi Treaty. Both travelled to England, bought weapons and fought wars. Hongi died from wounds received in battle and Hone died from tuberculosis. My son-in-law Grahame Jelley and daughter Renene live in Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, and introduced us to this historical rich and fascinating area, prompting the production of the Cook and Marsden, and Hongi Hika and Hone Heki accounts. The vast volumes of books written on these famous characters is best left with the learned authors. My account is thus a pictorial presentation to complete a simple puzzle which is indeed much more complex that what my writings suggest.< Less

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