Policing the Colonial Frontier: The Theory and Practice of Coercive Social and Racial Control in New Zealand, 1767 1867
by Richard S. Hill (Volume I, Part 1 & 2)
Covers the first century of policing developments on this raw colonial frontier. The transplanting of new British and colonial policing methods, in forms suited to meet the peculiar circumstances of a Pakeha settler colony intruding in a land where Maori resistance was frequently intense is examined in detail.
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