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By Patterson, Brad; Brooking, Tim; McAloon, Jim
Historians have suggested that Scottish influences are more pervasive in New Zealand than in any other country outside Scotland, yet curiously New Zealand's Scots migrants have previously attracted only limited attention. A thorough and interdisciplinary work, Unpacking the Kists ...
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Edited by McClean, Rosalind; Patterson, Brad; Swain, David
This new collection of essays, written from the social context of Aotearoa New Zealand, reconstructs and examines a range of counting stories to reveal their role in migration processes and shifting ethnic identities since Maori and Pakeha encountered one another.
By Hill, Richard; Patterson, Brad
Reminiscences of a Pioneer Surveyor from 1840 to 1916 was written in 1916 by Stephenson Percy Smith. Born in 1840 in England, Percy Smith was a pioneer surveyor in New Zealand who rose to the position of Surveyor General; and who, in his late years, became one of New Zealand's le ...
Edited by Patterson, Brad; Hill, Richard S.; Patterson, Kathryn
This book is in tribute to Ian McLean Wards (1920-2003), who as researcher and writer, civil servant and cultural activist, contributed greatly to promoting awareness of NZ history. The authors explore themes dear to Wards' heart, providing new insights into vital issues in 19th ...
Edited by Patterson, Brad
This collection throws new light on migration patterns, and identifies who the Ulster settlers were, probing the contributions they made to New Zealand society. - Contents include: Alasdair Galbraith (U Auckland) Irish Protestant tradition in colonial New Zealand - Malcolm Campbe ...
By Patterson, Brad; Brooking, Tom; McAloon, Jim
An analysis of the scale and impact of Scottish migration to Britain's most distant nineteenth-century colony.
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