Author(s): Jock Philiips
This book explores who New Zealand's Pakeha ancestors were. The book looks at geographical origin, their occupation and class backgrounds, their religions and values, using individual examples of immigrants and their families. First published April 2008.
Leading historian JOCK PHILLIPS is the general editor of Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand and is the author of many books and articles. He is best known for his seminal study of Kiwi masculinity, A Man's Country? TERRY HEARN is an historical geographer currently involved in investigating Treaty of Waitangi claims and issues. He is the author of several books and many articles dealing with New Zealand's gold rush, environmental, and immigration history.