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|Title:||People and the Land / TE Tangata Me TE Whenua|
|New / Used:||Used|
|Book Type:||Large softcover|
|Published By:||Bridget Williams Books|
|Size (mm):||215 w x 285 h x 20 d|
Excellent original condition, light wear on covers, fading on spine, name inside front cover, pages clean and unmarked. Images depict all need to know details.
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Illustrated with paintings and photographs, it tells the story of two communities, Maori and Pakeha, over the years 1820-1920. While Maori and Pakeha shared many activities and pleasures - from community brass bands to the new trade union movement, from a day at the races to a yarn in the shearing shed - the two stories here show that they saw their mutual history through very different eyes.
The People and the Land/Te Tangata me Te Whenua reveals conflicting understandings of the past, but makes possible too the bridging of such differences through knowledge.
Together, text and images create a stunning new presentation of New Zealand history. First published in 1990, The People and the Land/Te Tangata me Te Whenua is now reprinted for both general readers and students of New Zealand history.