Four Courts Press 
New Catalogue
November 2005
55/45/$55 hbk

Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers


This collection throws new light on migration patterns, and identifies who the Ulster settlers were, probing the contributions they made to New Zealand society.


Alasdair Galbraith (U Auckland) Irish Protestant tradition in colonial New Zealand
Malcolm Campbell (U Auckland) How Ulster was New Zealand?
Lyndon Fraser (U Canterbury) How Ulster was the West Coast?
Jock Phillips (Ministry of Culture & Heritage, Wellington) Who were the Ulster immigrants?
Angela McCarthy (U Aberdeen) Ulster Protestant letter writers in New Zealand
Brad Patterson (Victoria U) Katikati: the historiography
Shirley Arabin (ind.) Fitzgibbon Louch
Sean Brosnahan (Otago Settlers' Museum) Rutherford Waddell
Rory Sweetman (U Otago) History of Orangeism in New Zealand Patrick Coleman (Lincoln U) Orangeism in Canterbury
Melanie Nolan (Victoria U) Was there a hidden 'Orange mark' on the New Zealand labour movement?
Jim McAloon (Lincoln U) Ulster folk in the colonial economy
Roberta McIntyre (Victoria U) John Martin
Neal Garnham (U Ulster) An Irish sportsman in New Zealand and elsewhere
Edmund Bohan (ind.) Auckland's Carbuncle Jack and Mr Punch of Canterbury
Brian Easton (ind.) John Balance
James Watson (Massey U) W.F. Massey and Ireland.

Brad Patterson is Director of the Irish-Scottish Studies Programme, Stout Research Centre, Victoria U, Wellington, New Zealand.

256pp November 2005