Newscuttings on New Zealand immigration
||Newscuttings on New Zealand immigration
(former reference: Case A70)
|Extent and Medium
||1 volume; paper; The spine of the volume is missing, the boards are detached and many sections are loose.; Printed
||Cambridge University Library: Royal Commonwealth Society Library
|Content and context|
A newspaper cuttings book originating from New Zealand, containing articles on immigration to New Zealand, 1849 and 1850; letters to newspaper editors, 1852; and articles and letters on the settlement of New Zealand, 1866-1868. There are also a few articles on immigration to Van Diemen's Land, Australia, New Brunswick, California, Natal and Chile. The latter discusses the 1868 South American earthquake. Some of the cuttings are mounted on loose cardboard. Near the back of the book are a few pressed flowers. The volume is accompanied by a descriptive note.
The book was given to Nicholas Chevalier when he was travelling in New Zealand. It was presented to the Royal Colonial Institute by Mrs Chevalier on 20 October 1902.
Access and Use|
Please cite as Cambridge University Library: Royal Commonwealth Society Library, Newscuttings on New Zealand immigration, RCMS 307
This collection level description was created by RAS.
|Kwazulu-Natal, Province of|
|North and Central America|
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