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New Zealand's Burning — The Settlers' World in the Mid 1880s

18 The Settlers' World

18 The Settlers' World

1 Lawrence Stone, The Past and Present Revisited, London, 1987, pp. 85–6.

2 Fernand Braudel, Civilization and Capitalism 15th—18th Century, Volume II: The Wheels of Commerce, New York, 1982, pp. 458–60.

3 Alan Mulgan, Home: A Colonial's Adventure, London, 1934, p. 6.

4 Ibid., p. 7.

5 Weekly Herald (Wanganui), 5/2/1870, p. 2.

6 Rollo Arnold, ‘North Island Education, 1871–1877: “The Great Leap Forward”’, New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 8, 2, Nov. 1973, pp. 112–31.

Rollo Arnold, ‘North Island Education, 1878–1882: “Filling the Gaps”’, New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 9, 2, Nov. 1974, pp. 112–31.

Rollo Arnold, ‘The Wellington Education Board 1878–1901: Grappling with Educational Backwardness and Advancing Settlement’, ANZHES Journal, 6, 2, Spring 1977, pp. 43–55.

Rollo Arnold, ‘Women in the New Zealand Teaching Profession, 1877–1920: A Comparative Perspective’, in R. Openshaw and D. McKenzie, eds, Reinterpreting the Educational Past, Wellington 1987.

Rollo Arnold, ‘The Patterns of Denominationalism in Later Victorian New Zealand’, in C. Nichol and J. Veitch, eds, Religion in New Zealand, Wellington, 1980, pp. 76–110.

7 Wakefield, New Zealand after Fifty Years, pp. 46–7.

8 Miles Fairburn, ‘The Rural Myth and the New Urban Frontier: an Approach to New Zealand Social History, 1870–1940’, NZJH, 9, 1, April 1975, pp. 3–21.

9 Clayden, Popular Handbook to New Zealand, p. 214.

10 Brewer, ‘Starting a Farm at Cardiff’.

11 Graeme Wynn, ‘Pioneers, politicians and the conservation of forests in early New Zealand’, Journal of Historical Geography, 5, 2, 1979, pp. 171–88.