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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 The Uses of Captain Cook: Early Exploration in the Public History of Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia
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In this essay, the author explores how 'key aspects of Cook's encounters with Maori and Indigenous Australians have been imagined and re-imagined.'(Thomas, N. 2006 The Uses of Captain Cook: Early Exploration in the Public History of Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia)

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    y separately published work icon Rethinking Settler Colonialism: History and Memory in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and South Africa Annie E. Coombes (editor), Manchester : Manchester University Press , 2006 Z1877094 2006 selected work criticism essay

    This work is a collection of essays, that collectively assert the notion of the British World perspective throughout several global colonies, the essays examine the acts of violence, destruction and dispossession, and the character of the relationship between the Indigenous peoples and the European settlers within their territories.

    Manchester : Manchester University Press , 2006
    pg. 140-155
    Note: Includes Illustrations and Notes.
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