So, I uninstalled the zone, reinstalled it, booted it, and there you go... I 
had the etc directory (and a bunch other directories) under root.

Then, I created sysidcfg file in the etc directory.  Logged in using:

zlogin -C zone1

However, it goes straight into the configuration again (starting with the 
terminal selection)...

I guess I am still doing something wrong.

Here are the output as requested:

# zoneadm list -cv
  ID NAME             STATUS     PATH                           BRAND    IP
   0 global           running    /                              native   shared
  21 zone1          running    /export/zones/zone1          ipkg     excl

# zonecfg -z zone1 info
zonename: zone1
zonepath: /export/zones/zone1
brand: ipkg
autoboot: true
ip-type: exclusive
        address not specified
        physical: vnic1
        defrouter not specified

# zfs list -t all
NAME                                  USED  AVAIL  REFER  MOUNTPOINT
rpool                                4.76G  32.9G  78.5K  /rpool
rpool/ROOT                           2.88G  32.9G    19K  legacy
rpool/ROOT/opensolaris               2.88G  32.9G  2.85G  /
rpool/ROOT/opensola...@install       21.5M      -  2.82G  -
rpool/dump                            383M  32.9G   383M  -
rpool/export                         1.01G  32.9G    22K  /export
rpool/export/home                     876K  32.9G    21K  /export/home
rpool/export/home/aaa              854K  32.9G   854K  /export/home/aaa
rpool/export/zones                   1.01G  32.9G    23K  /export/zones
rpool/export/zones/zone1            341M  32.9G    22K  /export/zones/zone1
rpool/export/zones/zone1/ROOT       341M  32.9G    19K  legacy
rpool/export/zones/zone1/ROOT/zbe   341M  32.9G   341M  legacy
rpool/swap                            512M  33.2G   201M  -
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