Te Rou: Or, the Maori at Home. a Tale, Exhibiting the Social Life, Manners, Habits, and Customs of the Maori Race in New Zeala (Hardcover)
White's groundbreaking ethnography of the Maori people provides a detailed and insightful look at the social, cultural, and political practices of this important indigenous population. This is an important and informative work for anyone interested in the history and culture of New Zealand.
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