Author(s): Jacqueline Leckie
Indians have been present in New Zealand for over a hundred years, yet few New Zealanders would know their story. Who were these people, where did they come from, and what role have. First published October 2007.
Jacqueline Leckie is Programme Coordinator, Social Anthropology, at the University of Otago. She is the author of To Labour with the State: The Fiji Public Service Association (1997).
Preface; Indian Pioneers; Working, Living and Acceptance in a New Land; Exclusion and Discrimination; Beyond Aotearoa: Nationalism and War; Gender and Family; Associations and Networks; The Legacy: Indian Settlers and Beyond; References; Index.