Breadcrumbs

New Zealand Journal of Public History (NZJPH)

Volume 1, No. 1, December 2011

Full Publication

Editorial Introduction
GISELLE BYRNES; MARK SMITH, pp. 1-4

Articles

Instrument or Object? The New Zealand Piano on Display
KIRSTINE MOFFAT, pp. 5-25

Navigating Waikato on the Web
NANCY SWARBRICK, pp. 26-42

'Every brick a boy'. The Invention of Tradition and the Use of History: Preliminary observations from a 'learning history' at Southwell School
MARK SMITH, pp. 43-59

A newly-available resource for historians of early New Zealand: The Marist Missionary Letters (1838-54)
WILLIAM JENNINGS, pp. 60-71

'An unmixed benefit to the district'? The establishment of Woodlands Estate, Gordonton
STEPHEN HAMILTON, pp. 72-83

Being There and Being Then: Ideal Presence and Historical Tourism
ROWLAND WESTON, pp. 84-96


Editors

Giselle Byrnes, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia
Mark Smith, University of Waikato

Editorial Advisory Group

Catharine Coleborne, University of Waikato
Stephen Hamilton, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia
Bronwyn Labrum, Massey University, Wellington
Rowland Weston, University of Waikato