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Caroline Cadette Howard (3 August 1821 – 29 November 1907) was a New Zealand businesswoman, immigration officer, lecturer and journalist. She is notable for recruiting several thousand poor English, Scottish and Irish women to move to New Zealand and Australia. Howard was born in London, England on 3 August 1821.

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  • Caroline Cadette Howard (3 August 1821 – 29 November 1907) was a New Zealand businesswoman, immigration officer, lecturer and journalist. She is notable for recruiting several thousand poor English, Scottish and Irish women to move to New Zealand and Australia. Howard was born in London, England on 3 August 1821.
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  • Caroline Cadette Howard (3 August 1821 – 29 November 1907) was a New Zealand businesswoman, immigration officer, lecturer and journalist. She is notable for recruiting several thousand poor English, Scottish and Irish women to move to New Zealand and Australia. Howard was born in London, England on 3 August 1821.
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