Presentation on theme: "H ELEN J ARDINE -S TEAD. C ONSERVATION HISTORIAN. 16th international Metropolis conference MIGRATION FUTURES:PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL CHANGES Workshop presentation,"— Presentation transcript:
H ELEN J ARDINE -S TEAD. C ONSERVATION HISTORIAN. 16th international Metropolis conference MIGRATION FUTURES:PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL CHANGES Workshop presentation, 13 th September 2011 A ZORES TO A OTEAROA 1
2 M IGRATION – ONE FAMILY AMONG MILLIONS Migration has affected my own response to the essential human questions: Who am I? Where am I from? History provides the threads woven into the fabric of identity.
3 W HO AM I? I am the great-granddaughter of Emmanuel Francis de Sousa. Born 1840: Pico Island, Azores
4 W HERE DO I COME FROM ?
5 L AND MASS RELATIVE TO T HE A ZORES
6 T HE REGION NEAR WHERE EMMANUEL SETTLED
11 O AMARU – AERIAL VIEW OF HISTORIC PRECINCT
12 S UMPTER S WHARFE - O AMARU
13 C RITERION H OTEL
14 H ARBOR S T.
15 O AMARU STONE
16 H ARBOR -T YNE S T.
17 K AKANUI RANGES – P AINTING BY :
18 E MMANUEL AND E LIZABETH
19 A POEM TO M ARY Mary travelled from Glasgow, Scotland, to Dunedin, NZ in This poem was presented by her girlfriends before she left Scotland. The sense of hope for her new life is bittersweet alongside the knowledge that she would be unlikely to see her homeland again.
20 T HEIR CHILDREN. E LIZABETH (L IZZIE ) ON FAR LEFT
21 E LIZABETH MARRIES G EORGE J ARDINE
22 G EORGE AND E LIZABETH J ARDINE & C HILDREN My father; Dickson Jardine, as a boy