Old New Zealand: Being Incidents of Native Customs and Character in the Old Tim…


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Introduction to Old New Zealand Philip Steer Victoria University February 2004 Frederick Edward Maning is best known as an author, but he was also at times a trader and a judge of the Native Land Court. He was born in Dublin, Ireland on 5 July 1811 or 1812 and immigrated to Tasmania with his family in 1823. He lived in New Zealand from 1833 until 1882, when ill health forced him to seek medical care in England. He died in London on 25 July 1883, but was buried in New Zealand later that year. His Old New Zealand: A Tale of the Good Old Times (1863) is one of the few pre-twentieth century New Zealand literary texts that have not descended into obscurity with passing time. Historian Peter Gibbons describes it as perhaps one of the best known and most widely read of all works on early New Zealand and it has often been reprinted. Full introduction by Philip Steer
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Preface 2:04 Read by Gnomesb
Chapter I. 24:06 Read by Gnomesb
Chapter II. 19:51 Read by Gnomesb
Chapter III. 55:29 Read by Gnomesb
Chapter IV. 14:13 Read by Gnomesb
Chapter V. 12:25 Read by Gnomesb
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Chapter XIV. 18:17 Read by Gnomesb
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Glossary 10:00 Read by Gnomesb