4 edition of Landmarks of New Zealand writing to 1945 found in the catalog.
Landmarks of New Zealand writing to 1945
|Statement||by Janet Maconie.|
|LC Classifications||PR9624.3 .M33 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||91228852|
Landmarks was ‘a historical geography of New Zealand’ (Cumberland ) which cited prominent individuals and significant events that shaped early New Zealand European nationhood. As time elapses, this situated knowledge becomes contestable and, as Billig () contends, ‘Nations have to create their own histories’ and ‘national. This is about the times that my ancestor a sea captain,his wife and children who were the first European settlers/missionaries who arrived and stayed in the north island of New Zealand.I found the book in the Russell Museum in the Bay of Islands where the descendants still live to this day well some of the many.. It is called "A most Noble Anchorage" by Marie King also a descendant and.
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New Zealand writers largely emerged on the global scene in the mid-twentieth century (although writers from the country existed long before). Some critics cite the government’s decision in to establish a literary fund as one of the primary catalysts for publishing literature within the country, while others cite events such as the creation of a publishing house at the University of New. This book details the four-month journey settlers used to take by boat to reach New Zealand from Britain, based on the journals kept by the author on his voyage in For a good general introduction, see the Traveller's History of New Zealand, which captures the basics of Kiwi history and culture, or The Penguin History of New Zealand.
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