East Coast (N. Z.) Historical Records

By: Williams, W. L. (Bishop)

Price: NZ$79.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket

No signatures. Some rusting to staples. A 7mm tear at head of spine. A couple of newspaper articles from 1933 on Te Kooti loosely included. ; [2 (blank)], 92. [2 (blank)] pages + frontispiece. Printed wrappers. Page dimensions: 250 x 155mm. "In the fourth and fifth decades of the nineteenth century the portion of the coast of New Zealand extending from Hicks Bay to Wairoa in Hawke's Bay, about 140 miles in length, and now comprised in the counties of Waiapu, Cook and Wairoa, was commonly known by the whalers and traders who frequented it as 'The East Coast,' and this is the region with which the following reminiscences are more immediately connected." - from the Introduction. New Zealand regional history. [Bibliographical reference: Bagnall W1326 - "Chiefly the establishment of the Anglican East Coast Maori Mission, the Hauhau wars and the Poverty Bay massacre."] ; 8vo

Title: East Coast (N. Z.) Historical Records

Author Name: Williams, W. L. (Bishop)

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Gisborne, Printed at the Herald Office: [1932]

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 13493