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Letters to Grace : writing home from colonial New Zealand

Author: Jean Garner; Kate Foster; Grace Neale
Publisher: Christchurch, N.Z. : Canterbury University Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Letter : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This remarkable collection of letters provides a rare female perspective on life in colonial Canterbury, when letter writing was the only way to keep a close relationship with family members on the other side of the world. The writers were four women of the Hall family. ... Sarah, Agnes and Rose were married to three Hall brothers, and the youngest correspondent was Agnes' daughter, Agnes Mildred. The recipient was  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Grace Neale; Agnes Emma Hall; Rose Hall; Hall family.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Garner; Kate Foster; Grace Neale
ISBN: 9781877257988 1877257982
OCLC Number: 741102622
Description: 203 p., xvi p. of plates : ill., col. map ; 23 cm.
Contents: - Summary: This remarkable collection of letters provides a rare female perspective on life in colonial Canterbury, when letter writing was the only way to keep a close relationship with family members on the other side of the world. The writers were four women of the Hall family. Unlike Charlotte Godley and Lady Barker, whose correspondence, experiences and impressions of the time have been widely promulgated, the Hall women were anonymous members of the middle class in England with no ties with the aristocracy. But ironically, the letters are significant partly because all four were the wives of public men in New Zealand, Rose being wife of Sir John Hall, who was Premier of New Zealand 1879-82. Sarah, Agnes Emma and Rose were married to three Hall brothers, and the youngest correspondent was Agnes' daughter, Agnes Mildred. The recipient was the elder women's sister-in-law, Grace Neall, in England.
Responsibility: edited by Jean Garner & Kate Foster.

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"This remarkable collection of letters provides a rare female perspective on life in colonial Canterbury, when letter writing was the only way to keep a close relationship with family members on the other side of the world. The writers were four women of the Hall family. ... Sarah, Agnes and Rose were married to three Hall brothers, and the youngest correspondent was Agnes' daughter, Agnes Mildred. The recipient was the elder women's sister-in-law, Grace Neall, in England." -- Back cover.

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