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Inside issue 131 (April-May 2018)
 

European settlement, at opposite ends of the country, is the focus of two key articles published in this issue. Kaye Dragicevich, after meticulous consultation and research, shares her knowledge of the Dalmatian gum digger.
 
Several decades earlier settlers to Dunedin arrived to equally bleak conditions, unless from the privileged classes of course, as described by Ian Dougherty in his outstanding contribution.
With the marking of both the First and Second World Wars, New Zealand Memories has featured a significant war-related article in each issue. Robin McElrea offers the sad account of her Uncle Clifford Pearsall, a story that unfolds into a very real tragedy when the horrors of war are released upon a group of unsuspecting young men. 

 
The 1968 storm and shipwreck of the Wahine is it really fifty years ago since we saw the story unfold on our black and white television sets? For those into genealogy, Robert Wynn-Williams presents a challenge to dig deeper. Beware though, an in-depth analysis may well reveal more than your curiosity bargained for, as is the case with Roberts family tree.

 
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