Te mana o te kingitanga Maori : a study of Waikato-Ngatimaniapoto relations during the struggle for the King Country, 1878-84 (1972)
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King, Jeanette; Gully, Nichol Catherine (2009)
Keegan, P.; Watson, C.I.; King, J.; Maclagan, M.; Harlow, R. (University of Canterbury. Communication DisordersUniversity of Canterbury. New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain&BehaviourUniversity of Canterbury. Aotahi School of Māori and Indigenous Studies, 2016)Māori is the language of the indigenous people of New Zealand (NZ). Most southerly Polynesian language. Spoken, at least to some extent, by some 160,000 people (~4% of population) From time of Māori settlement in NZ ...