Pakeha Settlers

Pakeha Settlers

Pākehā settlers were European emigrants who journeyed to New Zealand, and more specifically to Auckland, the Wellington/Hawkes Bay region, Canterbury and Otago during the 19th century. The ethnic and occupational social composition of these New Zealand Europeans or Pākehā varied from region to region.

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