Born to New Zealand: A Biography of Jane Maria Atkinson
A reprint of the book that was first published in 1989. This volume of the series about New Zealand women's lives is a biography of Jane Maria Atkinson, who arrived in New Zealand in 1854. Her life is presented against the background of political and social life and the place of women in society at that time. The book won the New Zealand Book Award for Non-Fiction in 1990.
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Chapter One A Modest Competence
Chapter Three Meetings and partings
Chapter Four Settling In
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