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by Charlotte Macdonald

Download A woman of good character: Single women as immigrant settlers in nineteenth-century New Zealand ePub
  • ISBN 0046582584
  • ISBN13 978-0046582586
  • Language English
  • Author Charlotte Macdonald
  • Publisher Bridget Williams Books (1990)
  • Pages 283
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  • Size ePub 1479 kb
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Published: 1 January 1990. by Bridget Williams Books The immigrants. Published: 1 January 1990. by Bridget Williams Books

Published: 1 January 1990. by Bridget Williams Books. in A Woman of Good Character: Single Women as Immigrant Settlers in Nineteenth Century New Zealand. A Woman of Good Character: Single Women as Immigrant Settlers in Nineteenth Century New Zealand pp 157-172; doi:10. 7810/9780046582586 7.

A Woman of Good Character book. Between the 1840s and 1880s, thousands of young single women came to New Zealand as assisted migrants from Britain and Ireland.

Charlotte Jean Macdonald is a New Zealand historian. Macdonald is a Professor of History at Victoria University of Wellington. A Woman of Good Character: Single Women as Immigrant Settlers in Nineteenth-century New Zealand Allen & Unwin, 1990. After studying as an undergraduate at Massey University, she earned her PhD from University of Auckland and is now a professor at Victoria University of Wellington.

Her compelling study will appeal to anyone seeking to investigate the origins of contemporary New Zealand identity. Weitere Informationen. Charlotte Macdonald is Professor of History at Victoria University of Wellington. She has strong interests in women’s history, both in New Zealand and the wider British Empire, and in the history of bodies and sport.

A Woman of Good Character: Single women as immigrant settlers in nineteenth century New Zealand. Bridget Williams Books, 2015. My hand will write what my heart dictates: The unsettled lives of women in nineteenth-century New Zealand as revealed to sisters, family and friends. F Porter, C Macdonald, T MacDonald. Bridget Williams Books, 1996. Women in history 2. BL Brookes, C Macdonald, M Tennant. Bridget Williams Books, 1992. Strong, beautiful and modern: national fitness in Britain, New Zealand, Australia and Canada, 1935-1960.

Single women as immigrant settlers in New Zealand, 1853-1871 (1986). Macdonald is a Professor of History at Victoria University of Wellington

Single women as immigrant settlers in New Zealand, 1853-1871 (1986). Charlotte Jean Macdonald is a New Zealand historian. Macdonald is a Professor of History at Victoria University of Wellington She wrote the Te Ara - Encyclopedia of New Zealand entry on 'Women and Men' in New Zealand history.

While the single women's compartment was supposed both to become a home away from home and to represent a domestic . Macdonald, Charlotte. A Woman of Good Character: Single Women as Immigrant Settlers in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand. Wellington: Allen & Unwin, 1990.

While the single women's compartment was supposed both to become a home away from home and to represent a domestic setting, the transitional and public nature of shipboard space complicated both of these projects. This ambiguity relates to an image of single women which was similarly contradictory. The single woman emigrant was a figure at the centre of discourses of femininity and community: on her centred hope but also anxiety.

Read "A Woman of Good Character Single Women as Immigrant . In this detailed study of forgotten lives, Charlotte Macdonald highlights th. .

Between the 1840s and 1880s, thousands of young single women came to New Zealand as assisted migrants from Britain and Ireland

The role of women in New Zealand during this time was most often domestic in nature .

The role of women in New Zealand during this time was most often domestic in nature; this was true for half of the women in paid employment in 1881 and true for the vast majority of women who were unpaid. 5 Therefore Verax’s desire for anonymity at first glance seems unusual, as he believes women should be working in the domestic sphere. 6 Charlotte MacDonald, A Woman of Good Character: Single Women as Immigrant Settlers in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand (Wellington: Allen and Unwin, 1990), p. 1. 7 MacDonald, ‘Strangers at the Hearth’, p. 44. 8 Olssen, p. 49.

Macdonald, Charlotte. Wellington: Allen & Unwin/Historical Branch, Dept of Internal Affairs, 1990. The immigrants: the great migration from Britain to New Zealand, 1830–1890. Auckland: Godwit, 1997.