The Maori association with the volcanic hills and craters of the Auckland isthmu...

Name/Title

The Maori association with the volcanic hills and craters of the Auckland isthmus

Maker

Fowlds, G. M. (George Matthew), 1886-1974

Maker Role

Author

About this object

Contents: The terraced tops of Tamaki [quote] / Dr. F. von Hochstetter -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Nomenclature -- The arrival of the Maori on the Tamaki Isthmus -- Invasion from the Kaipara -- The Rangitira of Maungakiekie -- war clouds over Tamaki -- The Ngapuhi invasions -- Dominion's finest fort -- Tribute to Maoridom -- Appendix: Maori canoe portages -- Glossary -- Origin of the hills -- Auckland's volcanic hills: meaning of the Maori names and origin of the European titles -- Auckland's volcanic hills, particulars of public domains and reserves -- Auckland's volcanic hills, public benefactions and crown vesting of land -- Public quarry reserves on hills -- conditions of cones on isthmus, a deplorable record of vandalism -- Early European visitors to Isthmus.

Date Made

1967

Publisher

Fowlds, G. M. (George Matthew), 1886-1974

Publication Place

Cambridge

Subject and Association Keywords

Auckland (NZ) -- History

Subject and Association Keywords

Names, Geographical -- New Zealand -- Auckland

Subject and Association Keywords

Names, Geographical -- New Zealand -- Auckland -- Maori

Subject and Association Keywords

Maori (New Zealand people) -- New Zealand -- Auckland -- History

Subject and Association Keywords

Volcanoes -- New Zealand -- Auckland -- History

Subject and Association Keywords

Autographed editions -- New Zealand -- Auckland -- 20th century

Subject and Association Keywords

Taunahanahatanga

Subject and Association Keywords

Tangata whenua

Subject and Association Keywords

Korero nehe

Subject and Association Keywords

Auckland (NZ) -- History

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

Object Type

Book

Object number

2014.1.0972

Spine Label

551.21 FOW

Rights

All rights reserved

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