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dc.contributor.authorEvison, Harry Charles
dc.identifier.citationEvison, H. C. (1952). A history of the Canterbury Maoris (Ngaitahu) with special reference to the land question (Thesis, Master of Arts). Retrieved from
dc.descriptionFormat: 110, xiv leaves ; 27 cm.en_NZ
dc.description.tableofcontentsMaori Canterbury in pre-European times – Early European influence – whalers, traders, and missionaries – Land speculation, and the establishment of British sovereignty, 1838-1840 – Settlement, agriculture, and race relations in Canterbury, 1840-1849 – The acquisition of the Canterbury block from the Maoris – The early years of the Canterbury settlement – The Native Land Court and the Ngaitahu Reference Validation Act, 1868 – The struggle for redress: “The Claim”, 1868-1906
dc.titleA history of the Canterbury Maoris (Ngaitahu) with special reference to the land questionen_NZ
dc.typeThesisen_NZ of Artsen_NZ Universityen_NZ
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