soldier settlement

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soldier settlement

n
(Agriculture) Austral the allocation of Crown land for farming to ex-servicemen
soldier settler n
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The first soldier settler on the block, James John Edwards, had already forfeited in September 1921.
44) William Fitzgerald should never have been a soldier settler as his war-related injuries should have precluded his selection.
He was unable to make his living as a soldier settler, even with family members living close by.
Pollock, a soldier settler who had served in India for six years.
Nanyuki could also boast its own published author in the form of Nora St John Beale, wife of a New Zealand soldier settler, who produced two novels of romantic fiction, Flame and Wind and Mustard and Cress in the 1920s, and a couple of children's books in the 1930s.
father of one had previously held a soldier settler block under the New
a good deal of dissatisfaction among the soldier settlers upon
All in all, the author has analyzed the history of the Chinchilla communes succinctly, distilling the reasons for failure: lack of government support and poor administration; arguments among communards; lack of medical assistance; lack of skill generally among the communards; poor soils, similar to what Soldier Settlers faced later; need for constant work compared to eight-hour days written into the communes' rules; supply of equipment by the colonial government after application, similar to the experience of Soldier Settlers later; and high costs of land clearing.
Historian Judith Bassett has observed that soldier settlers who took up allotments of confiscated land around Hamilton in the mid-1860s were treated by the government with 'cheese-paring meanness.
Yet, if it is, then the contention that these people were soldier settlers is unlikely.
In dealing with "the Greek space" Bingen is obviously concerned largely with the military settlers (katoikoi), who feature prominently in all these chapters, and especially in the final two chapters of this section (chapters 11, "The Cavalry Settlers of the Herakleopolite Nome"; and 12, "Two Royal Ordinances of the First Century and the Alexandrians") that deal with these soldier settlers in the first to second century B.
The soldier settlers and their families were granted what were to be mainly dairy properties.
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