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eBook Seven Lives on Salt River NZ ePub
Author: Dick Scott
ISBN: 0340492961
ISBN13: 978-0340492963
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (January 21, 1991)
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Rating: 4.8
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ePub file: 1675 kb
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Richard George Scott ONZM (17 November 1923 – 1 January 2020) was a New Zealand historian and journalist.

Richard George Scott ONZM (17 November 1923 – 1 January 2020) was a New Zealand historian and journalist.

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In 2004, Scott published his autobiography, Dick Scott: A Radical Writer's Life, which recounts his early years in. .Fire on the Clay: The Pakeha Comes to West Auckland (1979) Southern Cross Books. Seven Lives on Salt River (1979) Penguin.

In 2004, Scott published his autobiography, Dick Scott: A Radical Writer's Life, which recounts his early years in the Communist Party, as well as his writing approach and career. Scott has stated that he no longer writes, and hasn't re-read any of his books for "as long as I can remember. Years of the Pooh-Bah: A Cook Islands History (1991) Cook Islands Trading Corporation.

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In 2004, Scott published his autobiography, Dick Scott: A Radical Writer's Life, which recounts his early years in. You don't re-read old history".

u-nz -. Dewey Decimal Classification Number . Personal Name: Scott, Dick, 1923-. Download book Seven lives on Salt River, Dick Scott. Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 99. 80099 21. Publication, Distribution, et. Auckland . Reed. Southern Cross, (c)1999. Physical Description: 160 p. : il. facsims.

And now another writer Dick Scott has joined the club, by presenting us with Dick Scott: A Radical Writer's Life. Certain of these books are outstanding. Ask that Mountain and Seven Lives on Salt River automatically come to mind. Scott is a writer with solid credentials. On the back cover of his book he is described as "arguably New Zealand's foremost popular historian". Won over by the ambiguity of the qualifier "popular", I am prepared to agree. Even the commissioned works such as In Old Mount Albert, and Fire on the Clay are by no means potboilers. Students gratefully turn to them as standard works of reference.

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Dick Scott, who died on New Year's Day, helped change Pākehā views of colonialism. Scott went on to write histories of the Auckland area that culminated in Seven Lives on Salt River, featuring fascinating personalities of the Kaipara Harbour. It won both the New Zealand book award for non-fiction and the J M Sherrard prize for regional history. Histories of wine-making, and New Zealand trade and colonial maladministration in the Cook Islands and Niue, followed, along with his autobiography, A Radical Writer's Life.

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