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In/visible Sight

In/visible Sight

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Published by woodstockwoody
In/visible Sight traces the experiences of mixed-descent families in southern New Zealand from the
1830s until 1940. It explores the ways in which interracial families engaged
with the government, and sought to create and define their own identity,
which for some meant the denial of Máori ancestry.
In/visible Sight traces the experiences of mixed-descent families in southern New Zealand from the
1830s until 1940. It explores the ways in which interracial families engaged
with the government, and sought to create and define their own identity,
which for some meant the denial of Máori ancestry.

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Published by: woodstockwoody on Dec 29, 2010
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The Mixed-DescentFamilies of SouthernNew Zealand
In/visible Sight

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