Colonial tears and sweat : the working class in nineteenth-century New Zealand; ...
Colonial tears and sweat : the working class in nineteenth-century New ZealandAbout this object
For many thousands of people in nineteenth century New Zealand, life in the colony was no glorious adventure. It was a land in whichy only the fittest survived and the most enterprising prospered. For the rest, fortune was less kind. Contents: The longest emigrant route in the world -- Arrival : rain, mud, rats and sandflies -- A glorious country for a labouring man -- The greatest evil of all -- When a young woman immigrates -- Rough, queer servants -- Summer dust storms, winter mud -- Persons of ill repute -- Sweating : work or slavery? -- Exodus.Date Made
AucklandSubject and Association Keywords
Thomas & Bridget Gallagher LibraryObject Type
305.562 MILCopyright Licence
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