Wellington City Libraries

Te Matapihi Ki Te Ao Nui

Books

919.3141 ADK
Adkin, Leslie G., The great harbour of Tara.
(Whitcombe & Tombs, 1959)

910.3 AND
Anderson, Johannes, Maori place-names.
(Cadsonbury Publications, 2000)

993.141 MAK
Ballara, Angela, Te Whanganui-a-Tara : phases of Maori occupation of Wellington Harbour c.1800-1840,
in, The making of Wellington. (VUW, 1990, p. 9-34)

993.142 BAY
Bayly, Janet, The Heretaunga-Waiwhetu river mouth.
(Petone Settlers Museum, 1990)

919.31 BES
Best, A.D.W., The journal of Ensign Best.
(R.E. Owen, 1966)

993.141 BES
Best, Elsdon, Porirua and they who settled it.
(Canterbury Times, 1914)

B WAK
Bloomfield, P., Edward Gibbon Wakefield.
(London, 1961)

B TER
Buick, T. L., An old New Zealander or, Te Rauparaha, Napoleon of the south.
(Whitcombe & Tombs, 1911)

993.14 BUR
Burnett, R.I.M., The Paremata barracks.
(Govt. Printer, 1963)

B TER
Burns, Patricia, Te Rauparaha : a new perspective.
(Penguin Books, 1980)

993.102 BUR
Burns, Patricia, Fatal success : a history of the New Zealand Company.
(Heinemann Reid, 1989)

B TER
Butler, Peter, Life and times of Te Rauparaha / by his son Tamihana Te Rauparaha
(Alister Taylor, 1980)

993.142 BUT
Butterworth, Susan, Petone : a history.
(Petone Borough Council, 1988)

993.14 CAR
Carkeek, W. C., The Kapiti coast.
(Reed, 1966)

B BAR
Caughey, Angela, The interpreter : the biography of Richard 'Dicky? Barrett.
(Bateman, 1998)

993.142 COL
Collins, J. A., Maoribank and the old brown owl.
(Upper Hutt City Council, n.d)

B WAK
Garnett, Richard, Edward Gibbon Wakefield.
(London, 1989)

Historic Places Inventory. (Hutt County, Upper Hutt City, Wellington City, 1984)

Hutt Valley Tribal Committee. The story of Arohanui-ki-te-tangata. (The Committee, n.d.)

993.141 IRV
Irvine-Smith, F., The streets of my city.
(Reed, 1974)

333 JEL
Jellicoe, R. L., The New Zealand Company's native reserves.
(Wellington, 1930)

993.142 KEN
Keneally, J.M & B.M., Past days in Lower Hutt & Petone.
(Colonial Associates, 1983)

993.142 KEN
Keneally, Joseph M., Upper Hutt : reflections from the past.
(Colonial Associates, 1980)

993.1004 KIN
King, M., Maori : a photographic and social history.
(Heinemann, 1983)

993.142 LAN
Lane-Taylor, J., The history of the Orongorongo Valley and environs.
(E. Hambleton, 1970)

993.14 LOW
Lower Hutt Borough Council, Lower Hutt : past and present.
(Lower Hutt Borough Council, 1941)

993.101 MACE
McEwan, Jock, Rangitane : a tribal history.
(Heinemann Reed, 1986)

993.14 MACE
McEwan, Jock, Migrations to and settlement of the Wellington area.
(Dept of Anthropology, VUW, 1971)

993.141 MACG
McGill, David, The pioneers of Port Nicholson.
(Reed, 1984)

993.141 MACL
McLean, Chris, Kapiti.
(Whitcombe Press, 1999)

993.142 MACL
McLean, Chris, Tararua : the story of a mountain range.
(Whitcombe Press, ?)

993.141 MACL
McLean, Chris, Waikanae, past and present.
(Whitcombe Press, 1988)

993.141 MACL
McLean, Gavin, Wellington : the first years of European settlement, 1840-1850.
(Penguin, 2000)

B HAD MACL
McMorran, B., Octavius Hadfield.
(Wellington, 1969)

779 MAI
Main, W., Wellington through a Victorian lens.
(Millwood, 1972)

993.142 MAO
A Maori carved house for Wellington.
(Te Arohanui Ki Te Tangata Committee, n.d.)

993.142 MIL
Miller, David P., Once upon a village : a history of Lower Hutt 1819-1965.
(New Zealand University Press, 1972)

Miller, David P., Whalers, flax traders and Maoris of the Cook Strait area.

993.141 NEI
Neilson, D. R., Wellington Harbour : a heritage of Tara.
(Reed, 1970)

O'Regan, T., He korero mo nga taniwha of te Whanga-nui-a-Tara.
(Te Wharekkura, 27)

304.2 PAR
Park, Geoff., Nga uruora : the groves of life.
(Victoria University Press, 1995)

993.14 PET
Petone's first hundred years.
(Committee of Citizens, 1940)

919.31 PET
Petre, H. W., An account of the settlements of the New Zealand Company.
(Smith Elder, 1842)

993.142 RAI
Rainey, Patricia, Orongomai : the birth of a marae.
(Community Centre Committee, 1976)

993.14 RAM
Ramsden, E., Rangiatea : the story of the Otaki Church, its first pastor and its people.
(Reed, 1951)

278.3141 RAN
Rangihatuake, Minarapa, Letter from Minarapa Rangihatuake to Rev. J. Aldred.
(N.d.?)

B WIL
Rogers, L. M., Te Wiremu : a biography of Henry Williams.
(Pegasus 1973) (pp. 139-154.)

993.1 SIM
Simpson, J., Te riri Pakeha : the white man's anger.
(Alister Taylor, 1979)

993.12 SMI
Smith, S. Percy., History and traditions of the Maori of the West Coast North Island of New Zealand prior to 1840.
(Polynesian Society, 1910)

993.1 SMI
Smith, S. Percy., Maori wars of the nineteenth century.
(Whitcombe & Tombs, 1910)

993.141 STR
Struthers, John, Miramar Peninsula.
(1975)

279.3146 TAE
Taepa, Hohepa, The Rangiatea story.
(Kerslake, Billens & Humphrey, 1966)

929.2 TEK
Te Kanae, Wiremu Neera, The history of the tribes Ngati Toarangatira, Ngati Awa-o-Runga-o-te Rangi and Ngati Raukawa : having special reference to the doings of Te Rauparaha.
(1888)

346.0432 EPI (microfiche)
An Epitome of official documents relative to native affairs and land purchases in the North Island of New Zealand.
(NZ Government, 1877-1883)

Te Whakatuwheratanga o Te Tumu Herenga Waka, 6 December 1986.
(Dept of Maori Studies, VUW, 1986)

993.141 MAK
Tonk, Rosemarie, A difficult and complicated question : the New Zealand Company's Wellington. Port Nicholson claim., in, The making of Wellington 1800-1914 / ed David Hamer & Roberta Nicholls.
(VUW Press, 1990)

993.1 WAK
Wakefield, E. J., Adventure in New Zealand.
(Golden Press Reprints, 1945?)

993.14 WAR
Ward, Alan, Maori customary interests in the Port Nicholson District, 1820s to 1840s: an overview.
(Waitangi Tribunal, 1998)

993.102 WAR
Wards, Ian, The shadow of the land.
(Dept of Internal Affairs, 1968)

333.13 WAT
Watson, M. K. & Patterson, B. R., The white man's right : acquisition of Maori land by the Crown in Wellington Provincial district of New Zealand 1840-1876.
(Dept of Geography, VUW, 1985)

993.141 WAA
Nga waahi taonga o te whanganui-a-Tara : Maori sites inventory / prepared by Tom Bennion et al on behalf Te Kauihera o Poneke.
(1995)

993.1 WIL
Wilson, E. W., Land problems of the New Zealand settlers of the forties.
(Reed, 1933)

993.141843
Wood, S. Lieut.,Twelve months in Wellington, Port Nicholson.
(London, 1843)


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