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The founders of Canterbury

Author: Edward Gibbon Wakefield; Edward Jerningham Wakefield
Publisher: Folkestone : Dawsons, 1973.
Series: Colonial history series, no. 86.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Being letters from the late Edward Gibbon Wakefield to the late John Robert Godley, and to other well-known helpers in the foundation of the settlement of Canterbury in New Zealand.
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Named Person: Edward Gibbon Wakefield; Edward Gibbon Wakefield
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Gibbon Wakefield; Edward Jerningham Wakefield
ISBN: 0712905650 9780712905657
OCLC Number: 724863
Notes: Reprint of the 1868 ed. published by Stevens, Christchurch under title: The founders of Canterbury: vol. 1; being letters from the late Edward Gibbon Wakefield to the late John Robert Godley, and to other well-known helpers in the foundation of the settlement of Canterbury in New Zealand.
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Description: xxxviii, xvi, 352 pages ; 20 cm.
Series Title: Colonial history series, no. 86.
Responsibility: edited by Edward Jerningham Wakefield ; with a new introduction by Peter Burroughs.

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Being letters from the late Edward Gibbon Wakefield to the late John Robert Godley, and to other well-known helpers in the foundation of the settlement of Canterbury in New Zealand.

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