- Title Pages
- List of maps and figures
- Introduction Indigenous histories, settler colonies and Queen Victoria
- Chapter One ‘We have seen the son of Heaven/We have seen the Son of Our Queen’: African encounters with Prince Alfred on his royal tour, 1860
- Chapter Two ‘We rejoice to honour the Queen, for she is a good woman, who cares for the Māori race’: Loyalty and protest in Māori politics in nineteenth-century New Zealand
- Chapter Three ‘The faithful children of the Great Mother are starving’: Queen Victoria in contact zone dialogues in western Canada
- Chapter Four The politics of memory and the memory of politics: Australian Aboriginal interpretations of Queen Victoria, 1881–2011
- Chapter Five ‘My vast Empire & all its many peoples’: Queen Victoria’s imperial family
- Chapter Six Māori encounters with ‘Wikitoria’ in 1863 and Albert Victor Pomare, her Māori godchild
- Chapter Seven Southern African royalty and delegates visit Queen Victoria, 1882–95
- Chapter Eight Sovereignty performances, sovereignty testings: The Queen’s currency and imperial pedagogies on Australia’s south-eastern settler frontiers
- Chapter Nine Bracelets, blankets and badges of distinction: Aboriginal subjects and Queen Victoria’s gifts in Canada and Australia
- Chapter 10 Chiefly women: Queen Victoria, Meri Mangakahia, and the Māori parliament
- Select bibliography
- Mistress of Everything
- Manchester University Press
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