2 edition of Chaslands, pioneering days in southern New Zealand. found in the catalog.
Chaslands, pioneering days in southern New Zealand.
George Edward Dewar
|LC Classifications||DU430.C47 D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||54027081|
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George E. (Edward) Dewar (8 June – 8 December ) was a New Zealand poet, writer, teacher, farmer, worker and First World War soldier. Best remembered for his autobiographical book Chaslands about the early pioneering days there, he also wrote poetry on sport and his experiences as a First World War soldier and contributed widely to newspapers.
Get this from a library. Chaslands: pioneering days in southern New Zealand. [George E Dewar]. George E. (Edward) Dewar (8 June – 8 December ) was a New Zealand poet, writer, teacher, farmer, worker and First World War soldier.
Best remembered for his autobiographical book Chaslands about the early pioneering days there, he also wrote poetry on sport and his experiences as a First World War soldier and contributed widely to newspapers. George Dewar was born in.
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