Harman, K, Convict Micro-Histories Reveal Processes of British Colonisation, The Prosecution Project, Australia, pp. 3 (2018) [Entry]
Official URL: https://prosecutionproject.griffith.edu.au/convict...
In October 1841, William Phelps Pickering became the first person sentenced to transportation from New Zealand. His seven year sentence was handed down at the first Quarter Sessions ever held in Auckland after Pickering was found guilty of fraud and misrepresentation.
|Keywords:||history, Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, convicts|
|Research Division:||History and Archaeology|
|Research Group:||Historical Studies|
|Research Field:||New Zealand History|
|Objective Division:||Cultural Understanding|
|Objective Group:||Understanding Past Societies|
|Objective Field:||Understanding New Zealand's Past|
|Author:||Harman, K (Dr Kristyn Harman)|
|Deposited By:||Office of the School of Humanities|
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