Series: AUP Studies in Cultural and Social History

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The Bookmen's Dominion: Cultural Life in New Zealand 1920-1950 by Christopher Hilliard
Going bush : New Zealanders and nature in the twentieth century by Kirstie Ross
Going up, going down : the rise and fall of the department store by Helen Laurenson
Holiday seasons : Christmas, New Year and Easter in nineteenth-century New Zealand by Alison Clarke
Love in time of war : letter writing in the Second World War by Deborah Montgomerie
Settlers: Our British and Irish Ancestors, 1840-1945 (Aup Studies in Cultural and Social History): New Zealand Immigrants from England, Ireland and Scotland 1800-1945 by Jock Phillips

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