Maori And Settler: A Tale Of The New Zealand War

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Book has signs of shelf wear, minor fading to illustration on spine.Slight discolouration of gilt edging to text block and inside the front cover, the presentation plate has been forcibly removed and has left scarring to inside cover. Outside cover remains in good condition.

This is a first edition copy of Maori and Settler by famous and somewhat controversial author G.A. Henty.

This book contains detailed illustrations from Alfred Pearse and also contains the publisher's catalogue at the back.
The Renshaws emigrate to New Zealand during the period of the war with the natives. Wilfrid, a strong, self-reliant, courageous lad, is the mainstay of the household. He has for his friend Mr. Atherton, a botanist and naturalist of herculean strength and unfailing nerve and humor. In the adventures among the Maoris, there are many breathless moments in which the odds seem hopelessly against the party, but they succeed in establishing themselves happily in one of the pleasant New Zealand valleys.

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Added value:
1st edition
Author(s):
G.A. Henty
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1891
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Blackie & Son

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Book has signs of shelf wear, minor fading to illustration on spine.Slight discolouration of gilt edging to text block and inside the front cover, the presentation plate has been forcibly removed and has left scarring to inside cover. Outside cover remains in good condition.

This is a first edition copy of Maori and Settler by famous and somewhat controversial author G.A. Henty.

This book contains detailed illustrations from Alfred Pearse and also contains the publisher's catalogue at the back.
The Renshaws emigrate to New Zealand during the period of the war with the natives. Wilfrid, a strong, self-reliant, courageous lad, is the mainstay of the household. He has for his friend Mr. Atherton, a botanist and naturalist of herculean strength and unfailing nerve and humor. In the adventures among the Maoris, there are many breathless moments in which the odds seem hopelessly against the party, but they succeed in establishing themselves happily in one of the pleasant New Zealand valleys.

Added value:
1st edition
Author(s):
G.A. Henty
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1891
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Blackie & Son

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