People, People, People. A Brief History of New Zealand

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By Stevan Eldred-Grigg

He aha te mea nui?                          What is the most important thing?
He tangata.                                        It is people.
He tangata.                                        It is people.
He tangata.                                        It is people.

"New Zealand in the year 1200 was a land of trees and birds - and no people. The two main islands were covered nearly entirely with deep, dark, cool forest. New Zealand was entirely unknown to any people anywhere in the world."

So begins Stevan Eldrid-Grigg's history of New Zealand - a lively and entertaining story of discovery, settlement, work, play, money, power, and people. Richly illustrated and a great read.


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