Making Peoples: A History Of The New Zealanders From Polynesian

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The first of two planned volumes, Making Peoples begins with the Polynesian settlement of New Zealand and the development of Maori tribes in the eleventh century.

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"Who should read, study, and teach Making Peoples? Anyone interested in history. It creates history where you may not have known it existed."

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