Resource E: The Second Diary Entry
- Key Competencies
- Resource I: Background Facts
- Resource G: George Sunderland's letter
- Resource E: The Second Diary Entry
- Resource C: George Sunderland's photograph of the brooch. Huia beak brooch, c. 1900
- Resource J: Excerpt from 'The Survivor' by David Hill (pp. 45-47)
- Resource D: The First Diary Entry
- Resource B: Richard Sunderland's Letter to the Museum
- Key Competencies: Peer/Group Evaluation: Managing Self
- Key Competencies: Self Evaluation: Participating and Contributing
- Key Competencies: Peer/Group Evaluation: Relating to Others
- Key Competencies: Self Evaluation: Managing Self
- Key Competencies: Self Evaluation: Relating to Others
- Key Competencies: Peer/Group Evaluation: Participating and Contributing
22 October, 1903
I feel so humiliated and ashamed. How could I have been such a vain and thoughtless woman? I deserve what happened. I just never thought. I'll never wear the wretched thing again. In fact, I hope I never see it again.
Poor George. He's so alarmed and puzzled. I know he thinks he's the cause of my upset. But I just can't talk about it. He should never have given me that wretched brooch.
Oh, what happened today is the worst experience in my life. Those beautiful calls such a soft flute-note! Those poor, poor birds! Such splendour in life - so pitiful in death! And those frightening, rude natives!
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