- Title Pages
- List of figures
- List of Contributors
- Introduction New Zealand’s empire
- Chapter One Te Karere Maori and the defence of empire, 1855–60
- Chapter Two An imperial icon Indigenised
- Chapter Three ‘Two branches of the brown Polynesians’
- Chapter Four Travelling the Tasman world
- Chapter Five Law’s mobility
- Chapter Six ‘The world’s fernery’
- Chapter Seven From Sudan to Sāmoa
- Chapter Eight ‘Fiji is really the Honolulu of the Dominion’
- Chapter Nine Empire in the eyes of the beholder
- Chapter Ten War surplus? New Zealand and American children of Indigenous women in Sāmoa, the Cook Islands, and Tokelau
- Chapter Eleven Official occasions and vernacular voices
- Chapter Twelve Australia as New Zealand’s western frontier, 1965–95
- Chapter Thirteen Southern outreach
- Chapter Fourteen A radical reinterpretation of New Zealand history
- New Zealand'S Empire
- Manchester University Press
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