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Reference - not for loan 993.02 TEM 1 Reference Only T00344718
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Non-Fiction 993.02 TEM 1 Available T00375465
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A substantial and imposing biographical history of the Wakefield family's role in colonial development and self-government across the old Commonwealth. Author, Philip Temple has researched letters and documents to produce this comprehensive text and gives detailed accounts of Edward Gibbon Wakefield's political influences as well as his notorious first elopement and later abduction of Ellen Turner. Temple also follows the Wakefield brothers' careers and establishes the role of the Wakefield women. Text is well supplemented with black and white photographs and illustrations. Extensive bibliography, notes and index.

Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2003: Biography.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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