Renowned historian Michael King (1945-2004) presents a
comprehensive and searching documentary of Maori culture and
society, and Maori-Pakeha contact, conflict and co-operation. From
the earliest daguerreotype around 1852 to the strong protest images
of the 1990s, King records and analyses changes and upheaval in the
commentary that is always intelligent and objective. This book
leaves the reader with not only a better understanding of the past
but a challenge for the future.
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