New Zealand, 1769-1840

early years of western contact.
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Harvard University Press , Cambridge, Mass
New Zealand -- History -- To
SeriesHarvard historical monographs -- 42.
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LC ClassificationsDU420 .W75
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Paginationx, 225 p.
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Open LibraryOL16483678M

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(New Zealand - Culture, Etiquette, and Customs) To show respect and gratitude be prepared to sing a song from your home country. (New Zealand - Culture, Etiquette, and Customs). New Zealand (Maori: Aotearoa - usually translated as Land of the Long White Cloud) is an independent country in the southern Pacific Ocean comprising two large islands (the North Island and the South Island) and numerous smaller islands, most notably Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands.

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