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" A LAND UPROOTED HIGH," mused Abel Tasman as he paced the deck of ZEEHAEN, "but why on earth did they call Mount Cook Mount Cook?"

From then (1642) till the present day New Zealanders have yawned for a concise, factual, and above all an earnest study of their national heritage.

Alan Grant's opus supplies his long-felt need; long years of patient and meticulous research - have enabled him to throw New Zealand's stormy past into a new and sombre light, spurning accepted shibboleths, leaving no stone unturned, and all that jazz.

Hardback - 128 pages

Published 1971

Very good condition
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