The Cambridge History of the British Empire, Volume 13

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John Holland Rose, Arthur Percival Newton, Henry Dodwell, Ernest Alfred Benians
CUP Archive, 1929 - Great Britain
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Economic Development
7
Material Culture
13
Military Organisation
19
Cooks Return and Second Voyage
27
The Old Whaling Days
33
Surveyor and Settler Explorers
39
THE MISSIONARIES AND THE MAORIS
45
Conclusion of the Wars
139
Social Status of the Maori
145
Beginnings of Pastoral Farming
151
The Speculative Boom
157
Cooperative Dairying 3
163
Industrial Progress
169
Rise of the LiberalLabour Party
173
The LiberalLabour Philosophy
179

Henry and William Williams
51
Influence of the Missions
57
Europeans in New Zealand
63
Molesworth Attacks Glenelg
69
Treason at Port Nicholson
75
Complicated Land Questions
81
Mana of the Chiefs
87
CHAPTER VI
93
Liberality of the Constitution
99
The New Provinces Act
105
Policy of the Weld Ministry
109
Vogels Search for Equilibrium
115
Causes of the Wars
121
Hekes War in the North
127
The First Taranaki War 18601
133
The Arbitration Court
185
The Bank of New Zealand
191
Agrarian Socialism
197
Relations with Australia
203
Robert Stouts Protest
209
Imperial Conferences
215
Military Preparedness
221
Enlistment Financial Assistance New Units
227
War Finance
235
Samoa and Nauru Mandates
241
Literary Beginnings
247
CHAPTER XIII
253
Bibliography
259
Index
291

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