Redemption Songs: A Life of the Nineteenth-Century Maori Leader Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki

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University of Hawaii Press, 1997 M06 1 - 688 páginas

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A phenomenal, comprehensive account of the prophetic founder of the maori religio-political movement - and arguably cargo cult - Ringatu. this work is a tour de force. Leer comentario completo

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A phenomenal, comprehensive account of the prophetic founder of the maori religio-political movement - and arguably cargo cult - Ringatu. this work is a tour de force. Leer comentario completo

Contenido

The Shadow of Prediction
9
The Hinge of Fate
31
Exile June 1866July 1868
59
And Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho November 1868January 1869
83
And Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho November 1868January 1869
115
Covenants and a King JanuaryAugust 1869
144
The Return to Babylon August 1869February 1870
178
He Manu Tute Au kei te Ngahere FebruaryAugust 1870
205
Hapainga Taku Rongo Rite Rawa i te Whenua February 1889February 1893
407
The Journey to Meet Death
451
Epilogue
501
The Diaries of Te Kooti
524
Songs for Te Kooti
531
Songs for Te Kooti
542
An Index of Waiata by Te Kooti
557
Glossary
562

The Shelter of Tuhoe August 1870May 1872
231
The Shelter of Maniapoto May 1872February 1883
264
Hopes and Journeys March 1883June 1886
308
Where Does the Freedom Lie? February 1886March 1889
348
Notes and References
565
Sources
637
Index
650
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Judith Binney is a professor with the University of Auckland Department of History and an expert in the history of Maori-European interactions. She contributes to The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, The New Zealand Journal of History, and other scholarly publications. Binney's book Redemption Songs: A Life of Te Kooti Arikirangi was the winner of the Book of the Year in the Cultural Heritage Section of the Montana Book Awards and was runner-up for the Australian-New Zealand Ernest Scott Award. Nga Morehu: The Survivors was nominated for a Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Award. She, along with Atholl Anderson and Aroha Harris, won the 2016 New Zealand Awards illustrated nonfiction award for Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History.

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