Edited by Colleen P. Main for the New Zealand society of Genealogists
The twelve essays collected in this volume were selected from nintey-seven entries in the New Zealand society of Genealogists' sequicentennial family biography competition.
A colonising Achievement by Lynne Richards
Cutting Colts and Biting Dog Tails by Donald Hansen
From Keillour to Kapiti by Margaret Brown
Not only Shadows by Cheryl Clague
Through Flood and Fire by Jennifer Pierson
From Bow Bells to 40mile bush by Isobel Coulston
I birthed him myself by Thelma Dunstall.
Captian William Bendal: His life, his family his times by Patricia Frykberg
An unfortunate Woman by Gail Gibson
Free Passage by Philip Sykes
A family called Wagstaff by Bev Wagstaff
Quite a Remarkable Woman by Elma Wright
Paperback, 1990, 328pages, very good condition