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Parihaka Invaded

Parihaka Invaded
 

The non-violent defiance of Te Whiti-o-Rongomai, Tohu Kakahi and their followers at Parihaka is one of the great New Zealand narratives.

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ISBN 9781927277799
Published 3 October 2014 by Bridget Williams Books
Available in EPUB format
Software Read in Browser or Adobe Ebook Compatible Device
Language en
Author(s) By Scott, Dick

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ISBN-13 9781927277799
ISBN-10 1927277795
Stock Available
Status Wheelers ePlatform
Publisher Bridget Williams Books
Imprint BWB Texts
Publication Date 3 October 2014
International Publication Date 1 October 2014
Publication Country New Zealand New Zealand
Format EPUB ebook – 1st edition
Edition 1st
Author(s) By Scott, Dick
Category History
World History
Australasian & Pacific History
Social Sciences
Indigenous Peoples
Politics & Government
Demonstrations & Protest Movements
AU, NZ & South Pacific Books
New Zealand & Related
Interest Age Adults / General
Reading Age Adults / General
NBS Text Regional History
ONIX Text General/trade
Number of Pages 50
Dimensions Not specified
Weight Not specified - defaults to 0g
Dewey Code Not specified
Catalogue Code 535392

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The non-violent defiance of Te Whiti-o-Rongomai, Tohu Kakahi and their followers at Parihaka is one of the great New Zealand narratives. This extract from the book by journalist Dick Scott which brought the story to the wider Pakeha world describes what happened when troops and settler volunteers invaded the village of Parihaka on 5 November 1881.

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Author's Bio

Dick Scott is a journalist, writer, historian and publisher and the author of a number of important works of New Zealand history. These include 151 Days (1954), his account of the 1951 Waterfront Dispute; The Parihaka Story (1954); and Ask That Mountain (1975), from which the extract republished in his BWB Text is taken. He is also the author of Seven Lives on Salt River (1987), an account of seven families who settled in the Kaipara district, which won the 1988 New Zealand Book Award, and his autobiography, A Radical Writer's Life (2004).

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