New Zealand WCTU and other temperance history references

 

Jeanne Wood, A Challenge not a Truce

a History of the New Zealand Women's Christian Temperance Union, 1885-1985 (Nelson, NZ: the Union, [1986?].

Sarah Dalton, "The Pure in Heart: the New Zealand Women's Christian Temperance Union and Social Purity, 1885-1930"

(M.A. thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, 1993).

Jolene A. McKay, "The Tie that Binds: Christianity in the New Zealand Women's Christian Temperance Union, 1885-1900"

(B.A. honors thesis, University of Otago, 1995).

Paul Frederick McKimmey, "The Temperance Movement in New Zealand, 1835-1894"

(M.A. thesis, University of Auckland, 1968).

Peter John Leslie Skerman, "The Dry Era: A History of Prohibition in the King Country, 1884-1954"

(M.A. thesis, University of Auckland, 1972).

Anthony R. Grigg, "The Attack on the Citadels of Liquordom: A Study of the Prohibition Movement in New Zealand, 1894-1914"

(Ph.D. dissertation, University of Otago, 1977).

Kenneth J. Manson, When the Wine is Red: the New Zealand Temperance Alliance Centennial Review, 1886-1986

(Wellington, NZ: the Alliance, [1986]).

Anna Ruth Blackman, "The Righteousness which Exalteth a Nation: Prohibition in Dunedin, 1919-1923"

(B.A. honors thesis, University of Otago, 1987).

Craig Turney, "The New Zealand Alliance and Auckland, 1905-1920"

(M.A. thesis, University of Auckland, 1996).

 

http://www.nzine.co.nz/features/suffrage2.html

 

Paul Christoffel, "Prohibition and the Myth of 1919," New Zealand Journal of History 42/2

(Oct. 2008): 154-175.