Release on 2011 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific
139 expresses the House of Representatives' condolences to the people of New Zealand for the terrible loss of life suffered as a result of the quake. I urge
members of the subcommittee to support this resolution. Less than 3 weeks after
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific
Release on 1873 | by New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives. observation of the Chief
Secretary of Victoria, in his ... opinions on such questions as free-trade and
protection which the people of England happen to “ entertain at that precise
Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
To - Day the people of New Zealand unitedly record their gratitude to the
Disposer of all events for the mercy vouchsafed to the nation in the recovery of
His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales . In common with all other portions of the
The first of the treaty's three articles extended the Crown's authority over the
territory of New Zealand, though there is a ... and the people of New Zealand
were nonetheless guaranteed collective and individual possession by the Queen
. This is ...
Author: Philippa Mein Smith
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The story of this rugged and dynamic land is beautifully narrated, from its origins in Gondwana to the twenty-first century.
Pacific People in New Zealand Teresia Teaiwa and Sean Mallon Pacific people
are one of the most visible minority groups in New Zealand . Accounting for only
6 per cent of the total population in the 2001 census , they are prominent on the ...
Author: James Hou-fu Liu
Publisher: Victoria University Press
Category: Social Science
Social scientists attached to the Centre for Applied Cross Cultural Research at Victoria University of Wellington examine issues of New Zealand identity.
This book traces the enduring relationship between history, people and place that has shaped the character of a single region in a manner perhaps unique within the New Zealand experience.
Author: Len Richardson
Publisher: ANU Press
This book traces the enduring relationship between history, people and place that has shaped the character of a single region in a manner perhaps unique within the New Zealand experience. It explores the evolution of a distinctive regional literature that both shaped and was shaped by the physical and historical environment that inspired it. Looking westwards towards Australia and long shut off within New Zealand by the South Island’s rugged Southern Alps, the West Coast was a land of gold, coal and timber. In the 1950s and 1960s, it nurtured a literature that embodied a sense of belonging to an Australasian world and captured the aspirations of New Zealand’s emergent radical nationalism. More recent West Coast writers, observing the hollowing out of their communities, saw in miniature and in advance the growing gulf between city and regional economies aligned to an older economic order losing its relevance. Were they chronicling the last hurrah of a retreating age or crafting a literature of regional resistance?
The Maori of New Zealand / by Steve Theunissen. - ... and traditional cultural
practices, and economy of the Maori people of New Zealand. o ISBN 0-8225-
0665-3 (lib.bdg. : alk paper) - -. o. 1. Maori (New Zealand people)—Juvenile
literature. | ...
Author: Steve Theunissen
Publisher: Lerner Publications
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
An introduction to the history, modern and traditional cultural practices, and economy of the Maori people of New Zealand.