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

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Armstrong, John, ‘The role of coastal shipping in UK transport: An estimate of comparative traffic movements in 1910’, The Journal of Transport History, 3rd series, 8,2, Sept. 1987, pp. 164–78.

Arnold, Rollo, ‘The Australasian Peoples and their World, 1888–1915’, in Keith Sinclair, ed., Tasman Relations, Auckland, 1987, pp. 52–70.

Arnold, Rollo, ‘British Settlers and the Land’, in J. Phillips, ed., Te Whenua, Te Iwi: The Land and the People, Wellington, 1987, pp. 27–41.

Arnold, Rollo, ‘Community in Rural Victorian New Zealand’, NZJH, 24, 1, April 1990, pp. 3–21.

Arnold, Rollo, ‘The Country Child in Later Victorian New Zealand’, in Australasian Victorian Studies Association: Conference Papers 1982, ed. H. Debenham and W. Slinn, Christchurch, 1983, pp. 1–15.

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

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

Arnold, Rollo, ‘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.

Arnold, Rollo, ‘The Village and the Globe: Aspects of the Social Origins of Schooling in Victorian New Zealand’, ANZHES Journal, 5, 2, 1976, pp. 1–12.

Arnold, Rollo, ‘The Virgin Forest Harvest and the Development of Colonial New Zealand’, New Zealand Geographer, 32, 2, Oct. 1976, pp. 105–26.

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

Arnold, Rollo, ‘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.

Bagwell, P.S., ‘The Decline of Rural Isolation’, in G.E. Mingay, ed., The Victorian Countryside, London, 1981, Volume I, pp. 30–42.

Bowen, Elizabeth, ‘Time, Period, and Reality’, The Listener, London, 8/11/1956, pp. 751–2.

Boyd, Mary, ‘John Davies Ormond’, in The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Vol. I, page 308Wellington, 1990, pp. 324–5.

Crossick, G., ‘The Emergence of the Lower Middle Class in Britain: A Discussion’ in G. Crossick, ed., The Lower Middle Class in Britain 1870–1914, London, 1977.

Dakin, J.C., ‘The prevalence of mutual improvement in adult education in New Zealand 1870–1915’, International Journal of Lifelong Education, 10, 3, July-Sept. 1991, pp. 243–54.

Fairburn, Miles, ‘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.

Franklin, S.H., ‘The Village and the Bush’, in John Forster, ed., Social Process in New Zealand, Auckland, 1969, pp. 102–43.

Galt, Margaret, ‘Doing Well for Bella: Foreign Mortgages in the New Zealand Financial System, 1885–1901’, NZJH, 18, 1, April 1984, pp. 50–65.

Griswold, A.W., ‘The Agrarian Democracy of Thomas Jefferson’, American Political Science Review, 40, 4, Aug. 1946, pp. 657–81.

Hawke, G.R., ‘Acquisitiveness and Equality in New Zealand's Economic Development’, Economic History Review, 2nd Series, 32, 3, Aug. 1979, pp. 376–90.

Jensen, Joan M., ‘Butter Making and Economic Development in Mid-Atlantic America from 1750 to 1850’, Signs, 13, 4, Summer 1988. . , pp. 813–29.

Jobberns, G., ‘Life and Landscape in New Zealand’, New Zealand: Inventory and Prospect, Wellington Branch, N.Z. Geographical Society, Wellington, 1956.

McGibbon, Ian, ‘Henry Stokes Tiffen’, in Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, pp. 539–40.

Mackay, Duncan, ‘The Orderly Frontier: The World of the Kauri Bushmen 1860–1925’, NZJH, 25, 2, Oct. 1991, pp. 147–57.

Nicholls, Roberta, ‘Elite Society in Victorian and Edwardian Wellington’, in The Making of Wellington 1800–1914, ed. D. Hamer and R. Nicholls, Wellington, 1990, pp. 195–225.

Pawson, Eric, and Neil Quigley, ‘The Circulation of Information and Frontier Development: Canterbury 1850–1890’, New Zealand Geographer, 38, 2, Oct. 1982, pp. 65–76.

Reed, Mick, ‘The Peasantry of Nineteenth-Century England: a Neglected Class?’, History Workshop, 18, Autumn 1984, pp. 53–76.

Rimmer, Peter J., ‘The Changing Status of New Zealand Seaports, 1853–1960’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 57, March 1967, pp. 88–100.

Toynbee, Claire, ‘Class and Social Structure in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand’, NZJH, 13, 1, April 1979, pp. 65–82.

Ville, Simon, ‘The Coastal Trade of New Zealand Prior to World War One’, NZJH, 27, 1, April 1993, pp. 75–89.

Wells, Roger, ‘Rural Rebels in Southern England in the 1880s’ in C. Emsley and J. Walvin, eds., Artisans, Peasants and Proletarians, 1760–1860, London, 1985, pp. 124–65.

Williams, Michael, ‘Clearing the United States forests: pivotal years 1810–1860’, Journal of Historical Geography, 8, 1, 1982, pp. 12–28.

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