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By Fitzgerald, Caroline; Williams, Henry
This eye-witness account covers almost twenty years of Henry Williams's daily life - his trials and successes, travels with Maori, peacemaking actions, the relationships he built with Maori and his involvement in the Treaty of Waitangi.
By Fitzgerald, Caroline
This book is about behavior and morals seen through the eyes of a child and her toy animals. The beginning has a little girl looking for her Dragon and eventually seeing him again at the Animal Kingdom Party. The sequence entitled The Masquerade Ball involves acceptance of someon...e who is different. Henrietta and the Froggy talks about working hard to do good things for other people, and Reform of Hippo is about the schoolyard bully. All of these characters eventually get together at the Animal Kingdom Party in New York.Read more
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Edited by Fitzgerald, Caroline
This collection of letters provides a window into both a key chapter in the history of European interaction with Maori and into the unique and courageous character of this pioneer woman.
By Fitzgerald, Caroline; Williams, Marianne
In 1822, nearly twenty years before the Treaty of Waitangi imposed British control over Maori land, Marianne Williams, her husband, Henry, a missionary, and their three children, left England bound for the Bay of Islands, New Zealand.
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