The Progress of New Zealand in the Century

Irvine, R. F. and O. T. J. Alpers

Published by The Linscott Publishing Company. 1902. Toronto., 1902
Condition: Collectible-Very Good Hardcover
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Cloth. Some page edges are uncut. Chapters include: Hawaiki, Home of the Maoris; Origin of the Different Tribes; Whence came the Maoris?; The "Alps" of South Island; The Maori of To-day; Social System, Aristocratic; Various Claims Regarding First Di scovery of New Zealand; Tasman's Famous Voyage; Cook's First Visit, 1769; Three Classes of Settlers, "Hands" at Stations, Missionaries, Vagabonds; Anglicans and Wesleyans Work in Harmony; First Colonisation Scheme a Failure; Injustice to Early Settl ers Divides Whites intoTwo Hostile Camps; Fitzroy's Ridiculous Arrival; Governor Grey's Mistake in Delaying the Operation of the Constitution Bill and Calling the Provincial Councils Together First; The Public Works Policy and the Abolition of the P rovinces; The Progress of Land Settlement; The Progress of New Zealand Since 1875; etc. Bookseller Inventory # 3109

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Title: The Progress of New Zealand in the Century

Publisher: The Linscott Publishing Company. 1902. Toronto.

Publication Date: 1902

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Collectible-Very Good

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