Blood & memory : Victorian colonial death, memorial practices, and the dynamics of local society at Christchurch’s Addington Cemetery.

Karell William King
Contemporary researchers have pointed out that while historians and archaeologists are both interested in the behaviour and lives of those in the past their various research approaches are often disconnected from one another. Better integration of the study of the material remnants of ancient, historic, and even contemporary cemeteries with the available primary and secondary sources will help deepen our understanding of the lives and deaths of those in the past. This research takes focus...
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