Review of Tangata Whenua in Journal of Australian Historical Studies

'But the most obvious characteristic of the pictures and photographs is the portrayal of Maori women in all walks of life which is refreshing to the usual male-centric dominated narratives in Maori history of the past. The ability of the authors to convey multiple stories within this book means that this work should be the starting point for those who want to know about Maori history. But readers must be prepared for the bombardment of information that it presents along with its physical, mental and visual challenges.'

Reviewed by Paerau Warbrick in the Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, Volume 16, Number 3, Winter 2015.

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