Natural history, conservation and health: Scottish-trained doctors in New Zealand, 1790–1920s
Beattie, J. (2011). Natural history, conservation and health: Scottish-trained doctors in New Zealand, 1790–1920s. Immigrants & Minorities, 29(3), 281-307.
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This article considers the nexus between environment, health and colonial development through the migration, and visits, of Scottish-educated doctors to New Zealand. In arguing for the importance of local social, environmental and economic factors to explain their changing prominence within, in particular, the field of natural history, this article enriches and in some cases modifies the work of Richard Grove and John M. MacKenzie.