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2 edition of story of the Otago Free church settlement, 1848 to 1948 found in the catalog.

story of the Otago Free church settlement, 1848 to 1948

John Collie

story of the Otago Free church settlement, 1848 to 1948

a century"s growth by a southern sea.

by John Collie

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Published by Presbyterian Bookroom in Dunedin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Presbyterian Church of New Zealand.,
  • Otago (N.Z.)

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18639460M

    , Otago settlement jubilee number, / Otago daily times & witness The Witness [Otago, N.Z Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for . The story of the Otago Free Church Settlement, to a century's growth by a southern sea by John Collie W.D.F.F. [Women's Division New Zealand Federated Farmers] Southland provincial history, by Mrs. Dorothy Mary McAlbins.

      Volume 1 and 2. 9. E.J. Searle - Geology of the Auckland District. School Pub Branch 68 OTAGO SOUTHLAND Church and School Jubillees 1. Columba Presbyterian Church Oamaru Jubilee Souvenir. Stewart, Peter J., Days of fortune; a history of Port Chalmers, 78 pp Dunedin, J. McIndoe, Gold Rush. The "Otago Witness" announced the gold finding at Gabriel Gully on 1 June The gold rushes in Australia starting in and Otago in and the West Coast, South Island lead to increased trans - Tasman migration as well as the need to find employment, the opening.

    A new book by John MacGibbon which looks at early Scottish emigrants to Otago and Southland, New Zealand. It examines the conditions and attitudes in Scotland that encouraged emigration, the role of the Free Church of Scotland, the emigration voyage and the pioneer experience in New Zealand. In the Free Church of Scotland organised two ships to sail to the head of the Otago Harbour and found the colony of Dunedin. Soon after the discovery of gold inland from Dunedin in led to the new city becoming the New Zealand's main industrial and commercial centre.


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Story of the Otago Free church settlement, 1848 to 1948 by John Collie Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The story of the Otago Free Church Settlement, to a century's growth by a southern sea. [John Collie; George H Jupp; Henry Story of the Otago Free church settlement Barton; Presbyterian Church of New Zealand.

Synod of Otago and Southland. Centennary Committee.]. Excerpt from The Story of the Otago Church and Settlement Discovery of New Zealand. - The Maori race. - Ear1y attempts at Coloni'sation. - Lawless Settlements - Origin of the New Zealand Land Company.

- Capta1n Cargill. The Otago Association - The General Assembly commends the Otago Schema - The first minister of : C. Stuart Ross. Church history History Booksellers' labels (Provenance) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ross, Charles Stuart. Story of the Otago church and settlement.

Dunedin, Wise, Caffin & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Stuart Ross. The Settlement of Dumedin and the Province of Otago Passenger Lists to Dunedin On March 23 the John Wickliffe, the first of two small sailing ships chartered by the Lay Association of the Free Church of Scotland to bring settlers to Otago, dropped anchor at Koputai (Port Chalmers).

Being Scottish in an Irish Catholic Church in a Scottish Presbyterian Settlement: Otago's Scottish Catholics, The story of Otago's pioneer Scottish Catholics can be no more than a sidebar to a number of larger stories.

They were a tiny group, a minority within the larger minority of Catholics (overwhelmingly the planned settlement. THE STORY of the Oneida Community's conversion from a communal society to a joint-stock company has been told in detail by Pierrepont Noyes in "My Father's House." It involved social and emotional adjustments that must have been painful for many of the members, but the property settlement was accomplished in a spirit of such fairness and.

In Captain William Cargill () and the Reverend Thomas Burns (, nephew of the poet), sailed into Otago Harbour aboard the John Wickliffe and the Philip Laing, leading a settlement that was less Scottish, Free Church and godly than they liked to admit.

To enroll as a beneficiary of Ngāi Tahu claim prospective tribe members must prove descent from those members alive in The list of living members (the ‘Blue Book’) was put together in the late s when the fulfillment of the claim seemed immanent.

Ngāi Tahu Seafood currently has two plants in. There are charges for photocopying. No material can be borrowed. Free entry to members of the Otago Settlers' Association and to members of the NZSG Dunedin Branch.

Free entry to secondary students. $12 per day research ticket to members of the public. Settlement of Otago By T. Hocken first published in Lists early European. This book explores the fascinating story of the resurgence of evangelical Protestantism in the s and 60s, and its pre-war origins.

A Southern Architecture The forms of Ted McCoy’s houses can recall the early stone and mud brick buildings of the colonial era in Otago, as this region has been both his locus and his inspiration.

Despite Burns’s dislike of ‘the little enemy’, as he called the non-Presbyterian settlers, only two-thirds of the original Otago settlers were Free Church Presbyterians. In Augustover half of Otago’s United Kingdom-born population of was Scottish.

Immigration into Otago lagged in the early s, but picked up later in the decade. Cargill and his passengers arrived on John Wickliffe from Gravesend on 23 March ; others landed with Burns on Philip Laing a few weeks later. Two-thirds of the original settlers were Free Church Presbyterians.

Otago and neighbouring Southland are still perceived to this day as maintaining strong Scottish legacies. This is the case because Dunedin was organised under the New Zealand Company’s offshoot, the Otago Association, as a Free Church Settlement inthus bringing a large number of Free Church settlers to the country to build a ‘new Edinburgh’ in the South Seas.

The History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, –, Elder, J. () The Story of the Otago Free Church Settlement, –, Collie, J.

() History of Otago, McLintock, A. () Otago Daily Times, 27 Jul (Obit) Evening Star (Dunedin), 22 Jul (Obit). They allied themselves with members of the Free Church of Scotland, a movement of ministers and their congregations who had left the established church in in a move towards lay control.

The plan eventually took off in when the New Zealand Company gained legal title to the Otago block, which it had bought in for £2, Worcester Centennial Historical Sketches of the Settlement the Town and the City--Worcester of Tymeson, Mildred McCleary Otago Centennial Official Souvenir Programme.

Sketch of the Neville Island Presbyterian Church in recognition of the Centennial of the First Neville Island Church () Waters, Miss Marie. founding a Free Church settlement in New Zealand. In the first ships arrived at Otago.

Burns’ idea of a theocratic settlement never entirely materialised, but the Otago settlers were predominantly Scottish, with a sprinkling of English and Irish. Matheson () claims they were middle class; this is disputed elsewhere.

The Otago settlement, an outgrowth of the Free Church of Scotland, materialised in March with the arrival of the first two immigrant ships from Greenock on the Firth of Clyde —the John Wickliffe and the Philip Laing. Otago celebrates the arrival of the immigrant ship John Wickliffe as the founding day of the province.

The ship and its 97 passengers sailed from Gravesend, England, on 24 November Three days later, the Philip Laing left Greenock, Scotland, with a further ships were carrying Scottish settlers bound for New Zealand.

The story of the Otago Free Church settlement, to Christchurch, Elder, J. The history of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, Christchurch, Obit. Bannerman]. Harvest Field. 16 Oct. Obit. Bannerman].

Otago Witness. 16 Oct. Obit. Bannerman]. Otago Witness. 31 Dec. Salmond, J. Inthe settlement of the Otago Province and the founding of the city of Dunedin on 23 March were commemorated by four stamps depicting the arrival of the immigrant ships, the town of Cromwell, the First Dunedin Church and the University of Otago.

The stamps are classic James Berry designs, being full of fine detail.Nineteenth century Otago and Southland town plans by R. P. Hargreaves The story of the Otago Free Church Settlement, to a century's growth by a southern sea by John Collie.History of Dunedin.

Unlike the English settlement of the rest of New Zealand, Dunedin was founded by the Scottish Free Church in While the city was originally to have been called New Edinburgh, 'Dunedin' is derived from the old Gaelic name for the same city.