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0908877943
Author:
Tony Simpson
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Australia & Oceania
Language:
English
Publisher:
Godwit (1997)
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240 pages
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ISBN 10: 0908877943 ISBN 13: 9780908877942. Publisher: Godwit, 1997.

The fascinating social, economic and political story of nineteenth century immigration to New Zealand. Remove from Wishlist. Or, get it for 7200 Kobo Super Points! See if you have enough points for this item.

The Great Migration from Britain to New Zealand, 1830-1890. In this fascinating book, Tony Simpson describes what is one of the most astonishing periods of migration in history. Against the social, economic and political background in both countries, he presents the human story - the harrowing experiences of the journey and life in a new country - and looks at the importanceof immigration to New Zealanders. Ethics History Sociology Nonfiction.

New Zealand, an immigrant nation. Executive producer, Vincent Burke. Wellington: Top Shelf Productions, 1994. The immigrants: the great migration from Britain to New Zealand, 1830–1890. Auckland: Godwit, 1997. Thomson, K. and A. D. Trlin, eds. Immigrants in New Zealand. Palmerston North: Massey University, 1970. Tiritiria tēnei whārangi.

They journey to Australia and then on to New Zealand which, at the time, is being actively. Personalised recommendations. Simpson, T. (1997), The Immigrants: The Great Migration from Britain to New Zealand, 1830–1890 (Auckland: Godwit). Authors and Affiliations. RIS Papers Reference Manager RefWorks Zotero. BIB BibTeX JabRef Mendeley.

D4P6 SIMPSON, Tony The Immigrants: The Great Migration from Britain to New Zealand, 1830-1890. Birkenhead, Auckland: Godwit Publishing Ltd: 1997. D5M KENNEDY, Billy Heroes of the Scots-Irish in America. Belfast: Ambassador Productions Ltd: 2000. D6M New perspectives on the irish diaspora. Carbondale & Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press: 2000. Tony Simpson is an award-winning social and cultural historian who has written some 15 published titles along with numerous articles and presentations and much journalism

The Great Migration from Britain to New Zealand, 1830-1890. Tony Simpson is an award-winning social and cultural historian who has written some 15 published titles along with numerous articles and presentations and much journalism.

The Immigrants: The Great Migration from Britain to New Zealand, 1830–1890. A number of New Zealand historians have done just that. Rollo Arnold’s Farthest Promised Land traced ‘ordinary people whose family traditions are rooted in the English villages’. More recently, Jock Phillips and Terry Hearn have drawn on ‘family histories collected by members of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists’. Of the many forms of private documents used in studies of colonial immigration, used letters have perhaps proved of greatest interest.