History of New Zealand

History of New Zealand

Thomas Estrada

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Editorial:
Thomas Estrada
Año de edición:
2024
Materia
Historia de Australasia y el Pacífico
ISBN:
9781778146275
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This meticulously researched and engaging book delves deep into the captivating history of new zealand, offering readers an insightful narrative that spans centuries. Discover the land’s pre-european roots, as the indigenous maori people cultivated a vibrant polynesian culture, setting the stage for a unique and enduring heritage.Dive into the pivotal treaty of waitangi, a document that continues to shape new zealand’s identity and is at the center of ongoing debates. This book to learn more about the following:Extinct animals that used to call new zealand home;The arrival of the polynesians and what that meant for the region;The early european explorations and who is credited with discovering the island nation;Colonization efforts and their impact on the māori;How new zealand was run under european control;The progressive changes that took place;New zealand is a country that has forever been admired for its beautiful landscapes - a wilderness that barely seems to be touched by humans. The populated areas are surrounded by forests, plains, rocky mountains - even beaches. All of this gives new zealand that heavenly vibe.However, the place we admire today has been heavily affected by its history. People who wanted to farm the land versus people who wanted to keep the land the way it is. A land that, despite the wars it had been through, has managed to hang on to its beauty.

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