Hunter, Ashley John Barsby, 1854-1932:Federation in the air. One possible view of the position of New Zealand. New Zealand Graphic, September 16, 1899. Vol XXIII - No XII.
Reference Number: J-040-001
New Zealand is shown as a small boy in sailor costume riding on the tail of a kangaroo bounding across the Tasman sea from New Zealand to Australia. Exhibition and book captions read - New Zealand supporters of federation [with Australia] stressed the shared British stock, language, Queen, God and trade possibilities. New Zealand would progress by 'leaps and bounds' with an assured market for cereals, fruit and some manufactured goods. South Seas isolation was another reason for embracing federation. There was uneasiness about growing German power and French intentions in the Pacific. There was also fear, however, irrational, of the 'yellow peril'.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to New Zealand Graphic and Ladies' Journal (Newspaper. 1890-1908), Ashley John Barsby Hunter, Book title Ian F. The Other Side of the Ditch Grant, The Other Side of the Ditch (Exhibition title) 2001., Australia, New Zealand, Xenophobia, British - Australia, Germany - Politics and government, New Zealand - Foreign relations - Australia, Asians - New Zealand - Public opinion, Emigration and immigration, Federation - Australia, British - New Zealand, Chinese - New Zealand, Kangaroos and French - Pacific Area.
Hunter, Ashley John Barsby, 1854-1932:Federation in the air. One possible view of the position of New Zealand. New Zealand Graphic, September 16, 1899. Vol XXIII - No XII., Reference Number J-040-001 (1 digitised items)
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