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Wellington: Biography of a City by Redmer Yska

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Wellington: Biography Of A City Is A Lively And Personalised Account Of The Civic History Of Wellington. It Comprehensively Covers A Vast Time Period (1839-2005), Capturing And Portraying The People Behind The Profound Legacy Of Dynamic Political And Social Change In Our Capital City. It Explores The Governance And Growth Of Wellington From Its Humble Beginnings In 1839. The Book, Mapping Changes To Patterns Of Work, Culture And Daily Life, Is Therefore A Social Rather Than An Administrative History Of Wellington, Describing The Impact Of Councillors (from George Hunter And John Plimmer, To Mark Blumsky And Kerry Prendergast) And Council Activities On The People Who Lived Here. Colonial Settlement To Borough Capital (1839-1870) -- Dodge City On Sea (1870 -1885) -- Illuminations (1885-1900) -- A People's Municipality (1900-1918) -- Convulsions (1918-1939) -- Centennial To Crusade (1939-1960) -- Tar And Cement (1960-1975) -- Sea Change (1975-1990) -- Sesqui City To Wellywood (1990-2005) Redmer Yska. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 286-292) And Index. This 2006 Reed Books Hardback is in Very Good condition.

ISBN: 9780790011172 SKU: 1281955 Note: Any image shown is from a stock photo and is not the actual book.