Portuguese in Aotearoa 1826–1886 by Hilda McDonnell

Portuguese in Aotearoa: they came to NZ from Portugal

In April 1881, the new colony of New Zealand had 207 people who were born in ‘Portugal (this is including the Azores, Cape de Verd, and Madeira)’. Only 19 of this group were women.
Contemporary records have been brought together by the author to create a scrapbook on their lives in this country.

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Format Paperback
192 pages
Dimensions 148 x 210mm
Includes photos

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