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by Russell Stone

Author: Russell Stone
Subcategory: Australia & Oceania
Language: English
Publisher: Auckland University Press (April 2, 2002)
Pages: 350 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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From Tamaki-makau-rau to Auckland explains that paradox. It traces the history of the region from the beginnings of settlement about 800 years ago up to 1840

From Tamaki-makau-rau to Auckland explains that paradox. It traces the history of the region from the beginnings of settlement about 800 years ago up to 1840. It uses parallel and often corrobative versions drawn from Maori oral traditions and Land Court records, and from the work of archaeologists and pre-historians. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

From Tamaki-Makaurau-Rau to Auckland book. But it was reputed in former times to be the most densely settled region in Aotearoa. This book explains that paradox.

Drawing on oral histories of the indigenous Maori peoples of the area, archaeological evidence, and early missionaries’. Drawing on oral histories of the indigenous Maori peoples of the area, archaeological evidence, and early missionaries’ diaries and histories, this model of local history provides a comprehensive contextual history of the city of Auckland from first settlement of the area about 800 years ago up to 1840.

From Tamaki-Makau-Rau to Auckland. ISBN 9781869402594 (978-1-86940-259-4) Softcover, Auckland University Press, 2002. Find signed collectible books: 'From Tamaki-Makau-Rau to Auckland'. Coauthors & Alternates.

Russell Cyril James Stone ONZM (born 7 April 1923) is a New Zealand historian, author and professor emeritus at the University of Auckland. He is the leading authority on the history of Auckland and has written nine books on early Auckland history

Russell Cyril James Stone ONZM (born 7 April 1923) is a New Zealand historian, author and professor emeritus at the University of Auckland. He is the leading authority on the history of Auckland and has written nine books on early Auckland history. Born in the Auckland suburb of Mount Eden in 1923, Stone graduated from Auckland University College with a BA in 1945 and an MA with first-class honours in 1949.

Books by Russell Stone. Logan Campbell's Auckland: Tales from the Early Years (eBook). From Tamaki-Makaurau-Rau to Auckland: A History of Auckland (eBook). by Russell Stone (Author).

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Tāmaki Makau Rau ('Isthmus of one thousand lovers', also translated as 'Tamaki-the bride sought by a hundred suitors' . Russell Stone (2002). From Tamaki-Makau-Rau to Auckland. University of Auckland Press.

Tāmaki Makau Rau ('Isthmus of one thousand lovers', also translated as 'Tamaki-the bride sought by a hundred suitors'), now known as Auckland, was first settled by Māori people around 1350.

Russell Cyril James Stone ONZM is a New Zealand historian . He was the joint winner of the biennial .

Russell Cyril James Stone ONZM is a New Zealand historian, author and professor emeritus at the University of Auckland. After working as a secondary-school teacher, Stone was appointed to the staff of the history department at the University of Auckland in 1964, and completed a Doctor of Philosophy in history in 1969. Sherrard Award in New Zealand local and regional history in 2004, for his book From Tamaki-Makau-rau to Auckland, published in 2001.

This book traces the history of the region from the beginnings of settlement about 800 years ago up to 1840. Following a strong narrative line, it uses parallel and often corroborative versions drawn from Maori oral traditions and Land Court records, and from the work of archaeologists and pre-historians. It provides an epitome of the pre-history of much of Aotearoa - New Zealand, and of the impact upon traditional life that was made by the first European settlers.