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The foundation of the diocese of Wellington
(University of Canterbury. History, 1945)
Scope of the work, 1829 to 1859; conditions of life; territorial boundaries and nomenclature; conflicting elements in the population; adherence to the prescribed limits; social, religious and political state of England; ...
The history of the social services of the Anglican church in Canterbury
(University of Canterbury. History, 1943)
In writing this thesis, I have been prompted to show the influence of the Anglican Church in Canterbury on what are commonly known as social services. The promoters of the Canterbury settlement in 1850 has intended to keep ...
The Church of England and education in Canterbury, 1849-1918.
(University of Canterbury. Department of History, 1948)
The history of the apple industry in Nelson, with special reference to the work of the Cawthron Institute.
(University of Canterbury, 1942)
The "contemporary" aspect of history
(University of Canterbury, 1948)
Laviase once said to his students: “We who live intellectually in the past should not forget that the majority of men live in the present and are concerned about the future”. It was as one of the majority, rather than of ...
The work of the third, fourth and fifth sessions of the Fourth New Zealand Parliament, 1868-1870, and its relation to the history of the colony.
(University of Canterbury. Department of History, 1941)
This thesis attempts to show the importance of the work of the New Zealand parliament from 1868-70 the influence on this work of the movements and opinion of the colony as a whole. General histories of New Zealand are apt ...
The press and society in New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. History, 1947)
“I know not what use there may be in the study of history, if it be not to guide and instruct us in the present.” Disraeli. In the year 1946 the British National Union of journalists made a request for an inquiry into ...
Some aspects of child welfare in New Zealand : with special reference to factory legislation and industrial conditions, 1840-1890
(University of Canterbury, 1945)
The children of New Zealand are probably the most fortunate in the world, for from ante-natal clinic to Vocational Guidance Centre the state watches over their welfare. This thesis is an attempt to find in the past the ...
The exploration and settlement of the Upper Rangitata district.
(University of Canterbury. Department of History, 1943)
The New Zealand Student Christian Movement, 1896-1936
(University of Canterbury. Art History, 1946)
The historian who attempts a research into student life in New Zealand is somewhat hampered by the lonely nature of his quest. He follows a course through virgin territory where few of his sources lie ready at hand. This ...