Sixty Years in New Zealand



Published in 1909 by Gordon and Gotch Sixty Years in New Zealand is dedicated to the memory of Sir Donald Mclean.
Includes a lot of material concerning Maori and especially the Land wars or New Zealand Wars, with a chapter focusing on “The Hau Hau Outbreak”.
There are chapters on specific Maori leaders, Te Kooti and Rewi Maniopoto, as well as one chapter on “The Savages of Otaki”.
Other chapters include a description of a pig hunt “in the early days” and early days in Napier.


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