A Lot of Spadework to Be Done: Essays in honour of Lady Aileen Fox by her New Zealand friends.

Bulmer, Susan, Garry Law; [eds]., Douglas Sutton

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Foxing to epp, page edges, o/w very good. Softbound 4to. New Zealand Archaeological Association, Auckland. Monograph No. 14. 329pp. B/w photos, maps, illus. > Language: English | > Size: 4to | > Media/Binding: Soft cover |. Bookseller Inventory # CORV-BBP-18631

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Title: A Lot of Spadework to Be Done: Essays in ...
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Publication Date: 1983
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Bulmer, Susan & Garry Law, Douglas Sutton (eds.); Various contributors
Published by New Zealand Archaeological Association, Auckland (1983)
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Book Description New Zealand Archaeological Association, Auckland, 1983. Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. No signatures. Some fading to margins of wrappers. Some minor rubbing to edges of wrappers.; [ii], 329 pages + 1 folding map of Purerua Peninsula, Bay of Islands. Softcover. Page dimensions: 297 x 207mm. Illustrated. Contents: Preface; A Bibliography of the New Zealand publications of Lady Aileen Fox; Aileen Fox in New Zealand: an appreciation; Mad dogs and Englishmen. Archaeological site recording with Aileen Fox, 1975-1981; Waitete paa: an early nineteenth century fishing fortification; Moerangi: a fortification of the Tauranga Bush Campaign, 1867; Rangihoua paa and Oihi Mission Station, Purerua Peninsula, Bay of Islands; The possibilities and practicalities of paa recording; Maori wooden bowls from Central Otago; A pumice carving from Mahia Peninsula, Hawkes Bay; Historical evidence for the use of unmodified shell tools in New Zealand; An unusual and previously unrecorded stone reel ornament from Whakatane; Huts, hovels or houses: a clarification of prehistoric Moriori settlement patterns; Rua Kuumara o Kawerau; The Manukau lowlands: site distribution pattern; Waitotara ki Parininihi: aspects of the archaeology of the Taranaki region. ; New Zealand Archaeological Association, Monograph No. 14; 4to. Seller Inventory # 11018

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