Index
Abolitionism, 115– 16, 219, 228, 234, 248
Aborigines (Australia), 27; compared to
Māori, 48– 50; consequences of empire
for, 107; cultural capacity of, 48– 50;
deathways of, 175; debates over, 49– 50;
in Eu ro pe an families, 49– 50; Ruatara
on, 107
Abraham, 188– 89
Achan, 161, 163– 65
Admiralty, Th e, 27, 32
Adultery, 169, 171, 172, 220
Africa, 178
Agriculture, 13, 96; at Hohi, 108; Hongi
Hika and, 76– 77, 101; at Kerikeri, 73– 74;
at Paihia, 76; rangatira and, 43, 47;
Ruatara and, 47– 48, 60; and technol-
ogy, 101; and trade, 101; at Waimate,
76– 77, 101
Ahu, 229, 249
Ai, 163
A Korao no New Zealand, 58– 59
Alcohol, 49– 50, 109, 139, 179, 218, 235
Aldrich, Robert, 149, 166
Ali, Mehmet, 241
American Revolution, 39, 40
Anglicanism, 13, 54– 55
Anglo- Saxon Revival, 244
Animals, 28, 68, 77, 96, 113, 161; bullocks,
77; cattle, 93, 134; chickens, 94, 107,
131, 132; and civilization, 113; cows, 131;
dogs, 93; and fences, 93; goats, 132;
horses, 71, 94, 163; pigs, 43, 53, 62, 93;
sheep, 93; and tapu, 93; turkeys,
108, 131
Antipodes Islands, 41
Aoheke, Coleman Davis, 210– 11
Appalachia, 175
Architecture, 68, 80– 90
Ariès, Phillipe, 175
Ars moriendi, 178
Aryans, 5
Ashwell, Benjamin Yate, 162– 64, 179,
180– 82
Atahoe, 70
Atkins, Keletso, 100
Atua, 11, 133, 191– 93, 195– 96, 197, 199, 204
Auckland Islands, 41
Australia, 24, 40, 126, 146. See also New
South Wales; Port Jackson
Axes, 4, 61, 94, 98, 111– 12, 113, 114, 119, 185
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