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The gumfields : Northern Wairoa to the Far North / Kaye Dragicevich.

By: Dragicevich, Kaye, 1954-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Awanui, New Zealand : [Kaye Dragicevich], [2018]Copyright date: ©2018Description: 174 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 22 x 31 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780473450243; 0473450240.Subject(s): Kauri gum industry | Kauri gum industry -- New Zealand -- Northland -- History | Northland (N.Z.) -- Pictorial works | Northland (N.Z.) -- HistoryDDC classification: 622.3390222 Summary: "A pictorial glimpse into the hard times faced by our pioneers. It is an expansion on "The Gumfield Collection" Published in 2015 with 50 additional pages and a large section on the Northern Wairoa. It shows some of the challenges our pioneers faced with beautifully clear images, a legacy of the pioneering photographers Arthur and Richard Northwood, Simun Ujdur and Tudor Collins. The author endeavoured to pinpoint many of the old gun camps and significant drains that were dug in the early 1900s. These have been carefully recorded by map maker Tim Nolan"-- Back cover.
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The Gumfields - Northern Wairoa to the Far North is an expanded version of The Gumfield Collection. All original stories and 54 additional pages including a large Dargaville section and new Gumfield Maps with camps identified.

"120 years on - looking back"--Cover.

Colour map on lining papers.

Includes index.

"A pictorial glimpse into the hard times faced by our pioneers. It is an expansion on "The Gumfield Collection" Published in 2015 with 50 additional pages and a large section on the Northern Wairoa. It shows some of the challenges our pioneers faced with beautifully clear images, a legacy of the pioneering photographers Arthur and Richard Northwood, Simun Ujdur and Tudor Collins. The author endeavoured to pinpoint many of the old gun camps and significant drains that were dug in the early 1900s. These have been carefully recorded by map maker Tim Nolan"-- Back cover.