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Pax Pacifica - New Zealand After ANZUS
Mark Aitchison -- 2002-06-21

Past defence treaties for NZ and other Pacific countries, and the future possiblities for Pax Pacifica are evaluated.
 
Yesterdays of Golden Bay - Glimpses of Past Industries and PWD Camps
Glimpses of Past


Yesterdays of Golden Bay - Glimpses of Past Industries and PWD Camps" describes life there in 19th and 20th century.
 
Journey Back To The 'Old World' - Early New Zealand Farming
Ruth Fry -- 2001-03-16

Ruth Fry describes travelling from New Zealand through the Panama Canal to England and Kells in Ireland in the 1920s.
 
The University of Canterbury honours Ernest Rutherford
Chronicle

Ernest Rutherford, University of Canterbury's most famous student, is remembered in exhibition, excavations of his laboratory, and a biography.
 
Bassett Tackles The State - The Politician As Historian - Part 2 - The State in New Zealand 1840-1984
Trevor Burnard -- 1999-09-17

Michael Bassett, a minister in the Labour Government 1984-90 speaks about his book "The State in New Zealand 1840-1984", Maori political involvement and history writing.
 
History Now : Te Pae Tawhito O Te Wa - History Now
Dorothy -- 1999-09-10

History Now produced by the History Department of the University of Canterbury provides articles on current historical research for the general reader.
 
Bassett Tackles The State - The Politician As Historian - The State in New Zealand 1840-1984
Trevor Burnard -- 1999-09-10

Michael Bassett, a minister in the Labour Government 1984-90 is interviewed about his book "The State in New Zealand 1840-1984
 
Loathe thy neighbour


History and political science research at University of Canterbury demonstrates continuous interactive dimensions of Australian/New Zealand relations 1880-2000.
 
Otago Museum's Southern Land
Author -- 2003-11-07

Otago Museum gallery "Southern Land, Southern People", has displays focussed on geology, climate, and history of southern New Zealand
 
W J Clarke's grandson & woman with "steam ticket"
Dorothy -- 2003-03-25

W J. Clarke's son Don, grandson John Kyle, & first New Zealand woman with a "steam ticket" in teams seeking world record for threshing mills
 
 
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