Sugar workers, sugar town: an oral history of Chelsea Sugar Refinery, 1884-1984....

Name/Title

Sugar workers, sugar town: an oral history of Chelsea Sugar Refinery, 1884-1984.

Maker

Luke, Peter. 1958-

Maker Role

Author

Maker

New Zealand Sugar Company

About this object

Contents: Birkenhead: Company town -- H.A.W.E. houses of Huka Road -- New Zealand Sugar Company, 1883-1888 -- Duck creek to Chelsea -- Bridging the gap -- A lot of us were kids -- But none of us were women -- The harbour and the wharves. A self-contained community -- The tough place of Auckland -- Stack 'em straight next time -- The clatter is deafening -- The Black Prince was a polte name -- A sugar-daddy company -- The Chelsea picnic -- There was a good feeling -- It's all push button now

Date Made

1984

Publisher

New Zealand Sugar Company

Publication Place

Auckland

Subject and Association Keywords

Chelsea Sugar (Refinery)

Subject and Association Keywords

Sugar refinery workers -- New Zealand -- Auckland -- Birkenhead -- History

Subject and Association Keywords

Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- New Zealand -- Auckland -- Birkenhead -- History

Subject and Association Keywords

Birkenhead (Auckland, NZ) -- History

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

Object Type

Book

ISBN/ISSN

0473002701 (pbk.)

Object number

2014.1.2369

Spine Label

993.22 LUK

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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