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  • Author:
    Claudia Orange
  • ISBN:
    1877242160
  • ISBN13:
    978-1877242168
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    Bridget Williams Books (September 2002)
  • Pages:
    200 pages
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In two compelling chapters, Claudia Orange describes the contemporary world of the Treaty of Waitangi with elegance and simplicity. Again, excellent photographs capture the spirit of the times.

A wide range of illustrations brings the history to life: the different kinds of people who negotiated and signed the Treaty are vividly presented, the many periods of our past are portrayed; the context of this important document comes to life throughout the book. Perhaps the most significant feature of this book is the remarkable summary of the events of the 1980s and 1990s. In two compelling chapters, Claudia Orange describes the contemporary world of the Treaty of Waitangi with elegance and simplicity.

Dame Claudia Josepha Orange DNZM OBE (née Bell, born 17 April 1938) is a New Zealand historian best known for her 1987 book The Treaty of Waitangi.

Dame Claudia Josepha Orange DNZM OBE (née Bell, born 17 April 1938) is a New Zealand historian best known for her 1987 book The Treaty of Waitangi, which won 'Book of the Year' at the Goodman Fielder Wattie Book Award in 1988.

This book builds on Claudia Orange’s award-winning Treaty of Waitangi, using a wonderful range of photographs, maps and paintings to bring the Treaty’s history to life. Depictions of key players and moments sit alongside a clear and informative text that helps explain the history of this key document.

This book builds on Claudia Orange’s award-winning Treaty of Waitangi . Two peoples meeting, agreements made and broken, claims and protests: all are a part of the story of the Treaty from before its signing to the present day.

She has produced several works on the Treaty of Waitangi – from the award-winning Treaty of Waitangi (1987) to An Illustrated History of the Treaty of Waitangi (2004). She has written widely on early New Zealand history and on twentieth century race relations, and was foundation chair of the National Oral History Association of New Zealand (NOHANZ).

An Illustrated History of the Treaty of Waitangi. Few subjects in recent years have created as much debate. Few subjects in recent years have created as much debate as the Treaty of Waitangi. Its history is a fascinating one, that embraces not only events of 1840 but also forces leading to the making of a treaty and the impacts, protests, and negotiations that followed for the next century and a half.

Dame Claudia Josepha Orange (born 17 April 1938) is a New Zealand historian best known for her 1987 book The Treaty of Waitangi the first . An Illustrated History of the Treaty of Waitangi (Allen & Unwin, 1990).

Dame Claudia Josepha Orange (born 17 April 1938) is a New Zealand historian best known for her 1987 book The Treaty of Waitangi the first comprehensive study of the treaty. require('Module:No globals').

This book builds on Claudia Orange's award-winning Treaty of Waitangi, using a wonderful range of photographs, maps and paintings to bring the Treaty's history to life.

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An Illustrated History of the Treaty of Waitangi Dec 20, 2015.

Contemporary New Zealand is being shaped by the Treaty of Waitangi, signed in 1840 by over five hundred Maori chiefs and representatives of the British Crown. Few subjects in recent years have created as much debate as this document.An Illustrated History of the Treaty of Waitangi begins before the signing, and tells the story of the Treaty to the present day. The history is one of two peoples meeting, of encounters and negotiations, agreements made and broken, laws, claims and protests, as Maori and Pakeha seek ways of living together in New Zealand.Claudia Orange is an acknowledged authority on the Treaty of Waitangi, who brings to this book years of research. The history is clear and informative; the recent decades are summarised with a crisp analysis. Photographs, maps, drawings and paintings bring the story to life, and lists of Treaty signatories provide essential detail.This book follows Claudia Orange's award-winning Treaty of Waitangi (1987) - a comprehensive study that helped to shift public perceptions of the Treaty in the late twentieth century. The changes of the last two decades have led to this new publication, which offers fresh understanding of a history that continues to make a powerful impact on the present.