Articles by Michelle Ann Smith

Dr Michelle Ann Smith is a historian, curator and researcher. A former curator of the Papakura Museum, she holds a PhD in medieval history and gender from the University of Auckland.


Forging Ahead: The Wilsons of Patumahoe, Pukekohe and Papakura

Shaping Our Country (Part III)

To The Other Side Of The World! The Waikato Immigration Scheme 1864–1865

Shaping Our Country (Part II)

Writing the Waikato War

Shaping Our Country (Part I)

A Silent and Deadly Killer

1918 Influenza Pandemic

Where No Man Has Gone Before

Captain James Cook (Part I)

The Legacy of Captain Cook's Pacific Voyages

Captain James Cook (Part VI)

Friends and Enemies: The third and final voyage of Captain James Cook, 1776-1779

Captain James Cook (Part V)

Icebergs, Cannibals, and Other Kinds of People: The second voyage of James Cook, 1772-1775

Captain James Cook (Part IV)

Terra Australis Incognita: the first Pacific voyage 1768-1771

Captain James Cook (Part III)

In The Navy, You Can Sail The Seven Seas: James Cook's Naval Career 1755-1768

Captain James Cook (Part II)

Where No Man Has Gone Before

Captain James Cook (Part I)


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