Breadcrumbs

New Zealand Journal of Public History (NZJPH)

Volume 2, No. 1, November 2013

Preface: 'Localised Histories for the Waikato Region, c. 1840s to the Present'
CATHARINE COLEBORNE, pp. iv-v

'Abridged Stories of a Bridged River: People and Places, Politics and Practice’
HIST380 STUDENTS, pp. vi-viii

Author Biographies

People and Places

From County Clare to Hamilton East: A Military Settler's Life (W.H.Kelly, 1845-1926)
MURRAY NACEY, pp. 1-10

Margaret Forsman and the Half-way House, 1860s-1920s
EMMA JAMIESON, pp. 11-15

Glen Massey School: A History from 1887
LAUREN RETTER, pp. 16-18

Te Puea Herangi and her Influence in the Waikato, 1883-1952
FETU'UNA'I VAREA, pp. 19-22

Opening the Pages of a Man’s Life, 1940s
KATHRYN PARSONS, pp. 23-29

Margot Philips: Painting a Familiar Vision of an Unfamiliar Land, 1930s to the 1980s
PETRA BURNS, pp. 30-33

Sustaining Spirit – The Waikato River
CHARLOTTE WESTON, pp. 34-37

Politics and Practices

What if General Cameron had Obeyed Orders? The Paterangi Line and Kingite Autonomy
RYAN WOOD, pp. 38-42

Verax: Speaking a Truth about Hamilton’s Need ‘for a few good washerwomen’ in the Late Nineteenth Century
KATE CHRISTIE, pp. 43-46

‘Alien Enemies’ in the Waikato: Early European Immigrants, 1899–1919
SABION PIVAC, pp. 47-50

‘Let the sun shine in’: The Waikato Hospital Patients’ Sunshine League, 1920-1950
BRITTANY BETTJEMAN, pp. 51-55

Thrupenny a plenty: Christmas Dinner in Hamilton in the 1930s
WILLIAM CAWKWELL, pp. 56-61

Stories Told About Violence: Hamilton During the 1981 Springbok Tour
NIKITA PRINSLOO, pp. 62-65


Guest Editors

History Research and Publishing Project (HIST380) students, with Catharine Coleborne

Editorial Advisory Group

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

Acknowledgements

We thank Mark Caunter from the Hamilton City Library Heritage Collection, Peter Gibbons, Ann McEwan, Tomasz Mendrun, Dan Morrow at the Waikato Museum of Art and History, Mark Smith, and the staff of libraries, repositories and other local research sites, for their assistance with ideas and research for these essays. We also thank Cathy Cross, our E-Solutions Development Manager in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and the History Programme, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, for supporting and assisting with this publication. Finally, sincere and special thanks to Dr Fiona Martin for her editorial assistance, hard work and patience.