Te Ara Hou - The New Society is the second volume in the history of Maori in Nelson and Marlborough. This history details Maori participation in the European settlement society, from commitment to Christianity to enthusiasm for commerce and relationships with Europeans. It shows how Maori fared under European institutions, struggled to survive and how Maori culture and language were swamped by assimilation and Anglicisation.Hilary Mitchell, Maui John Mitchell. advocated fixed standards, the lengthening of school hours to those in English primary schools, and prizes to provide incentives . ... shows that the Nelson Native Reserves Fund was bearing almost all school costs, contrary to Government policy. ... He wanted to award prizes to the three best students at each school and sought a manual for teaching music: The Maorisanbsp;...
|Title||:||History of Maori of Nelson and Marlborough|
|Author||:||Hilary Mitchell, Maui John Mitchell|
|Publisher||:||Huia Publishers - 2007|