is a social, economic, and political history that gives fresh insights into how and why Māori and Pākehā in the far north of New Zealand traded and interacted with each other from the 1700s to the present. It explores how the far north began as a bread basket and became an economic basket case by the 1990s and how Māori and Pākehā negotiated two centuries of unprecedented change.
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Author: Puckey, Adrienne;