Book Size: 5" x 7.75"

Pages: 416

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781566565066

Series: Interlink Traveller's Histories

Imprint: Interlink Books

Edition: 3

Illustrations: b&w illustrations, maps

Release date: 12/15/16

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A Traveller's History of New Zealand

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“Ideal before-you-go reading.” – The Daily Telegraph

About this book

A Traveller's History of New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands gives the curious tourist not only a modern-day portrait of New Zealand and the far-flung islands, their political systems, and economic diversity, but also looks at the early settling of this massive area which covers about a fifth of the surface of the earth.

When European navigators first sailed into this region, they were astonished at the exotic shared culture and language of the natives, separated in some cases by terrifying stretches of open ocean. The story of the peopling of the South Pacific Islands and New Zealand is one of the world's great sagas.

The book covers the whole scope of New Zealand's past and present history and allows the reader to make sense of what they see in a way that no other guidebook can.

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About the author

John H. Chambers was born in Queensland. He holds a Ph.D. from Columbia University and most recently was a visiting professor at City University of New York. Dr. Chambers has passed more than half his life in Australia and has travelled extensively in the Pacific. As a teacher in Australia, he taught New Zealand history as a special topic and has also worked in New Zealand. He has five degrees from universities and colleges on three continents.

He is the author of A Traveller’s History of Australia and Hawaii (On-the-Road Histories).

Reviews

“Ideal before-you-go reading.” – The Daily Telegraph

Additional information

Author

Chambers, John H.

Edition

3

Inprint

Interlink Books

Pages

416

Type

PB

Illustrations

b&w illustrations , maps

Release date

12/15/16

Author Home

USA & Australia

Format

5" x 7"å_"

Reviews

"Ideal before-you-go reading."å – The Daily Telegraph

MainReview

"Ideal before-you-go reading."å – The Daily Telegraph