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Mum's the word : the untold story of motherhood in New Zealand / Sue Kedgley ; [illustrations by Caroline Beaufort]
Bib ID 2873659
Format BookBook
Author
Kedgley, Sue, 1948-
 
Description Auckland, N.Z. : Random House, 1996 
viii, 359 p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 1869412923
Summary

"Account of New Zealand motherhood over the past century"--Back cover.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 344-352) and index.

Subjects Motherhood - New Zealand - History.  |  Mothers - New Zealand.  |  Child rearing - New Zealand - History.  |  Women - New Zealand - Social conditions.  |  Women - New Zealand - History.  |  New Zealand - Social life and customs.

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