The Forgotten Worker: The Rural Wage Earner in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand

By: Martin, John E.

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Book Condition: Very Good with No dust jacket as issued


No signatures.; 228 pages. Page dimensions: 245 x 183mm. Illustrated. New Zealand history, 19th century. "Rural workers - shearers, labourers, musterers, farm workers of all kinds - formed a crucial part of the labour force in the late nineteenth century [. . .] Martin describes their work, their relations with employers, their living conditions, their expectations. A central theme through the book is the growth of unionisation as an expression of the shifts taking place in New Zealand society at that time." - from blurb on rear cover.

Title: The Forgotten Worker: The Rural Wage Earner in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand

Author Name: Martin, John E.

Categories: New Zealand Regional History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Wellington, Allen & Unwin: (1990)

ISBN Number: 0046582606

ISBN Number 13: 9780046582609

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good with No dust jacket as issued

Seller ID: 18474