Download the entire book here 9. Gender, intimacy and colonial violence, Vol. Women, Work and Emotion Dunedin: Oral histories reveal what the records of colonial governments and the military largely have ignored, providing a perspective on the effects of the U. Read the entire thesis here. In short, in the early years of settlement intermarriage was a gendered ‘contact zone’ from which a mixed descent population developed at Taieri. Marriage as a fundamental social institution in the nineteenth century takes on a different shape when seen through the lens of cross-cultural encounters.
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Emma Verry, A Right to Marriage: A number of outputs are planned for the Marriage, Past and Present project. Maitapapa is located on the northern bank of the Taieri River, 25 kilometres south of Dunedin, in Otago. Wanhalla, eds, Past Caring?
Send Feedback Contact Us. You are commenting using your WordPress. With reference to Brazilas an old saying has it: FromOtago was colonized by British settlers and in the process ushered in a new phase of intermarriage where single white men married the ‘half-caste’ and ‘quarter-caste’ angeal of whalers.
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Boundaries, Chapter Four: Angela Wanhalla and Michael J. Notify me of new comments via email. Education, dress and physical appearance alongside social achievements assisted in the integration of persons of mixed descent into mainstream society. The thesis demonstrates that while land alienation, poverty, poor health and a subsistence economy characterized the lives of the mixed descent families at Maitapapa in the nineteenth century, it was a long history of intermarriage begun in the wanhaola and continued throughout the nineteenth century which was the decisive factor in wanhallaa migrations post World War One.
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A book chapter on marriage, nationality law and the renunciation of citizenship. Author Wanhalla, Angela Cheryl.
Read the entire thesis here. Philip Soutar died at Ypres in Home Events Publications Researchers. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Identities, Chapter Tjesis Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: You are commenting using your Google account. Notify me of new comments via email.
In/visible Sight: The Mixed-Descent Families of Southern New Zealand – Angela Wanhalla (2009)
Migration Stories Chapter 8. Some features of this site may not work without it. The thesis wanjalla that while land alienation, poverty, poor health and a subsistence economy characterized the lives of the mixed descent families at Maitapapa in the nineteenth century, it was a long history of intermarriage begun in the s and continued throughout the nineteenth century which was the decisive factor in wholesale migrations post World War One.
The writers interviewed many of the children of the Americans and some of the few surviving mothers as well as others who recalled the wartime presence in their islands.