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by John E Martin

The forgotten worker: The rural wage earner in nineteenth-century New Zealand download ebook
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0046582606
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978-0046582609
Author:
John E Martin
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Trade Union History Project (1990)
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228 pages
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Published: 1 January 1990.

Published: 1 January 1990. by Bridget Williams Books. in The Forgotten Worker: The Rural Wage Earner in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand. The Forgotten Worker: The Rural Wage Earner in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand ; doi:10. Keywords: agriculture, history, labour, New Zealand.

Read "The Forgotten Worker The Rural Wage Earner in. .As New Zealand's agricultural industry developed in the twentieth century, the rural worker shearer, labourer, musterer began to disappear from public view.

As New Zealand's agricultural industry developed in the twentieth century, the rural worker shearer, labourer, mustere.

The Forgotten Worker: The Rural Wage-Earner in Nineteenth Century New Zealand

The Forgotten Worker: The Rural Wage-Earner in Nineteenth Century New Zealand. Te Iwi Maori, a New Zealand Population, Past, Present and Projected. It also considers present and future population trends, many of which have major implications for social and resource policy.

The forgotten worker: The rural wage earner in nineteenth-century New Zealand. New Zealand Official Year Book. Wellington: Govt Printer. Wellington: Allen and Unwin.

Fixed walls: Journals with no new volumes being added to the archive. The Forgotten Worker. The Rural Wage Earner in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand by John E. Martin (pp. 202-204). Absorbed: Journals that are combined with another title. Complete: Journals that are no longer published or that have been combined with another title.

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The forgotten worker. the rural wage earner in nineteenth-century New Zealand. by Martin, John E. Published 1990 by Allen & Unwin, Trade Union History Project in Wellington, ., Winchester, Mass. USA, Wellington, . Internet Archive Wishlist, Agricultural laborers, History.

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19 Martin, John . The Forgotten Worker: The Rural Wage Earner in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand, (Auckland, 1990).

Indeed as Rollo Arnold has shown, newspapers constitute the richest source of all for the study of rural life

Indeed as Rollo Arnold has shown, newspapers constitute the richest source of all for the study of rural life. The most useful are: the Otago Witness (weekly, 1861–1932), New Zealand Farmer (monthly, Auckland, 1882– ; the Hocken’s holdings are patchy early on) and New Zealand Country Journal (quarterly, Christchurch 1877–1898, complete)