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Scottish Ethnicity and the Making of New Zealand Society, 1850-1930
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Dr Tanja Bueltmann is Lecturer in International History at Northumbria University.

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Scottish Ethnicity and the Making of New Zealand Society is clinically efficient, professional and deals with this subject in a very thorough manner. It is a welcome addition to scholarship on the Scottish Diaspora and should be very well received by both academics and casual readers alike.--Erin C.M. Grant, University of Otago "History Scotland, Vol. 13 No. 1 "

Tanja Bueltmann's study is an impressive achievement and its deftly handled, comparative endeavour and succinct engagment with relevant theory bodes well for future work...

--Angela McCarthy, University of Otago "Scottish Historical Review "

This first-rate book confirms the importance of scholarly research on the still sparsely surveyed terrain of the shared and unshared ideas and actions among diverse settlers of British origin, whose varying levels of visibility are brought into the spotlight in this study. It deserves a wide readership and will, I hope, encourage further research into similar and more recent periods of history, including other sets of British migrants in New Zealand and comparable sites of settlement.

--David Pearson "American Historical Review "

This is an important book, rooted in impressive research, and it demonstrates how a study of associational culture has much to offer scholars of migration and diaspora

--D.A.J. MacPherson "Journal of British Studies "

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