Uniting our ancestors : the story of Thomas Dexter in America from 1630 to the t...

Name/Title

Uniting our ancestors : the story of Thomas Dexter in America from 1630 to the two Reuben Arthur Dexters in New Zealand

Maker

Campbell, Margaret M.

Maker Role

Author

About this object

Contents: Old photographs -- 1984 : around the world with father -- Leaving 'Mother England' -- The puritan exodus -- Thomas Dexter of Lynn, MA -- Yesterday and today -- The great iron works of Saugus -- The farmers of Barnstable and Rochester -- The Islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket -- In the footsteps of our forefathers -- Martha's Vineyard today -- Whaling history of the vineyard -- Captain Benjamin and Sarah Dexter -- Excitement and tragedy -- Coincidence or fate stepping in -- Beauty can be dangerous -- Reuben Arthur Dexter senior -- The kingdom of Hawaii -- Two future partners meet -- Dawn of the twentieth century -- Dexter & Crozier Ltd. : Cadillacs -- Early years of Arthur and John Dexter -- Auckland's flying Kiwis -- Arthur, his first passion -- Evelyn Pearl Dexter and family -- 1927 : distant relatives around the world -- Arthur, his second passion -- Auckland Grand Prix 1933 -- Auckland's motor racing venues -- The years in between -- Peter Colin Campbell -- Arthur, his third consuming passion -- Suddenly : letters from the past -- Remember them and they live forever -- The Dexter Line : chart. Includes bibliographical references (p. 133) and index.

Date Made

2006

Publication Place

Dunedin

Subject and Association Keywords

Dexter family

Subject and Association Keywords

Dexter family

Subject and Association Keywords

Auckland (N

Subject and Association Keywords

Z) -- Genealogy

Subject and Association Keywords

New Zealand -- Genealogy

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

Object Type

Book

ISBN/ISSN

9780473117818 (spir

Object number

2014.1.0285

Spine Label

920 CAM

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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