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The Eagle has Landed - J.H. Duthie.  17/2:118-119.

Early Attempts to Demolish Pohaturoa Rock.  5.

Early Days of the East Coast Railway: Pekatahi - E. Murray.  23/2:87-88, 93.

The Early Days of Motor Service Cars in the Eastern Bay of Plenty - John Oliver Musgrave.  36/2:87-103; 37/1:33-49.

Early Days on the Rangitaiki Plains - T. Thorne Seccombe.  7/1:2-14;  7/2:37-45;  7/3:71-78; 7/4:87-95;  8/1:28-34;
                                                                                                       8/3:96-104;  8/4:144-155.

Early Days on "The Swamp" - Ian B. Gow.  28/1:33-34, 56.

Early Days on "The Swamp" - Gwendoline E. Rhodes.  24/1:31-33.

Early Days in the Waiotahi Valley - Dorothy Du Pontet.  12/2:63-71.

Early Education in Rotorua and Maketu - P. Andrews.  32/1:36-41.

The Early Ferries in the Whakatane District - A. van der Wouden.  31/1:43-56.

Early History of the Raukokore District - K. Phyllis Walker.  12/4:165-168.

Early Impressions of the Mill Hill Priests in New Zealand - Walter Gibbons.  36/1:1-15.

An Early Industry on the Rangitaiki Swamp.  6/3:95-96.

Early Kopeopeo - Some Notes.  14/1:17.

Early Low Cost Housing in Tauranga - A.C. Bellamy.  34/1:28-31.

An Early Maori Stone Source at Maketu, Bay of Plenty - P.R. Moore.  29/1:19-23.

Early Memories of Otakiri, 1918-1925 - Stephanie E. Cullen.  40/1:40-45.

Early Nineteenth Century Colonisation Schemes - I.S. McHarg.  6/4:116-121.

Early Otakiri Farming - From a Woman's Point of View - May Woodberry Sen.  25/2:91-93.

Early Rabbiting Days - E. Dunstan.  14/1:26-27.

Early Service Car Days - Jack Holman.  12/3:124-125.

Early Settlement Days in the Opouriao Valley, Bay of Plenty - Gilbert Yeoman.  25/2:94-96.

Early Tauranga Homes - Catherine Goodyear.  32/2:118-122.

Early Te Teko Land Sale.  5.

Early Traders in the Bay of Plenty.  4.

An Early Victorian New Zealand Diary - Thornton Marshall.  16/1:22-37;  16/2:109-124.

EARP, Clem     - On Robert Maunsell, and "Te Manihera".  40/1:11-16.

                           - The Rise and Fall of Major Brassey.  39/2:95-101.

                           - The Trial of C.O.B. Davis for Sedition.  36/2:111-124.

EARTHQUAKES:   Earthquakes in the Bay of Plenty - A. van der Wouden.  29/1:51-53.

                                  The Edgecumbe Earthquake ... My Personal Experience - Lynette Richardson.  38/2:110-113.

                                  Napier in 1931 - Peggy M. Fussell.  36/1:30-52.          

                                  Notes on Early Earthquakes in the Bay of Plenty - Philip Andrews.  31/2:111-112.

EAST CAPE:    Distribution of Indigenous Flora in the East Cape Botanical District - R.D. Cresswell.  14/3:95-101.

                            Parkinson's Island - Neil C. Begg.  14/4:148-149.

                            Round the East Cape in 1892 - "M.E.T."  20/2:103-110.

EAST COAST:  The Coast of a Thousand Tales - C.R. Coates.  8/3:116-131.

                            Early History of the Raukokore District - K. Phyllis Walker.  12/4:165-168.

                            The East Coast, 1905.  37/2:122-123.

                            The History of the East Coast Trust - A.D. Ward.  6/4:107-115.

                            The Land Utilisation Survey of the Gisborne-East Coast Region - W.A.  Pullar. 13/2:107-109.

                            Some Notes on the Construction of the East Coast Road - William W. Upton. 12/4:169-171.

An Echo of the Tairawhiti Expedition, 1864 - H.G.D. White.  21/1:52-53.

Echoes of the Tarawera Eruption - June 10, 1886.  4:Newsletter 34.

Echoes of the Tarawera Eruption from Te Puke.  34/1:49-56.

EDGCUMBE:  Mount Edgcumbe County Park, Devon - H.D. London.  28/1:55.

Edgecumbe District War Memorial Hall Opened.  5.

EDGECUMBE, MOUNT:  The Last Moa.  A Legend of Putauaki - H.B.D. Dansey.  10/1:8-9.

                                             The Naming of Mt. Edgecumbe.  13/2:101-103.

                                             Putauaki (Mt. Edgecumbe) - H.D. London.  11/1:33-40.

                                             The Two Mount Edgecumbes - C. Kingsley-Smith.  23/2:68-74.

                                             A Walk From Whakatane to Rotorua and an Ascent of Mt. Edgecumbe in 1899.  25/2:97-100.

EDUCATION:    A Brief Historical Survey of Formal Secular Education of Maori Children - I.S. McHarg.  4.

                            Brief History of Thornton School.  8/3:108.

                            The Development of Education in Murupara - Martin G. Wilson.  10/2:34-37.

                            The Diary of W. Franklin-Browne.  22/1:17-29.

                            Early Education in Rotorua and Maketu - P. Andrews.  32/1:36-41.

                            Flying the Flag at School Not New in Tauranga - A.C. Bellamy.  34/1:45-58

                            Further Memories of Waiohau.  22/1:38-39, 43.

                            The History of Paroa Maori School.  12/3:131-136.

                            The History of Rotoiti Maori School.  13/3:144-149.

                             A History of Te Teko School.  13/2:68-77.

                             The Isolated School of Matahi, Eastern Bay of Plenty - E.E. Little.  23/2:84-85.

                             Matata Maori School History.  10/2:25-33.

                             Memories of Waiohau, Bay of Plenty - Elsie E. Little.  22/1:30-37.

                             The Mission School, Tanatana, Waimana, 1922-1959 - F. Rakuraku. 26/2:99-100, 102.

                             Notes on Early Maori School at Matata - Elsie Locke.  12/3:128-130.

                             Poroporo School's Eightieth Birthday.  11/4:208-210.

                             Taneatua School Diamond Jubilee.  5:Newsletter 48.

                             Te Kaha School in the Eighteen Seventies and Eighties.  3.

                             Te Whaiti-nui-a-Toi Maori Boy's School - J.H. Starnes.  15/3:177-179.

                             Thornton Looks Back on Fifty Years.  10/2:38-39.

The Effectiveness of the Taiaha - H.D. London.  14/3:115-118.

The Eiffel Tower Brewery - A.C. Bellamy.  33/1:45-59.

11,000 Years Ago New Zealand Was One Island.  2.

Elsdon Best - Rev. J.H. Starnes.  7/3:51-58.

Elsdon Best - A Colonial Image - Elsdon W.G. Craig.  14/3:88-94.

Elsdon Best and Tuhoe: A Cautionary Tale - Richard Hill.  36/2:127-130.

The Elusive Toroa of Mataatua Canoe - Andrew S. Scott.  17/1:67-69.

The Elusive Toroa of Mataatua Canoe - An Answer - J.B.W. Roberton.  17/2:120-121.

van ENCKEVORT, Rev. Fr M. - Matata's Role in the Catholic History of Auckland Diocese.  21/1:33-38, 53.

End of a Rabbit Infestation - E.O. Pedersen & E.B. Roche.  23/1:53-55.

HMS ENDEAVOUR:  Was Young Nick's Head the First Piece of Land Seen by Captain Cook and His Crew?  18/2:109-110.

The Enigma of Major Brassey - W.T. Parham.  14/2:77-78.

ENSOR, Mary Ann - A Pioneer Looks Back.  27/2:79-87.

ERWIN, Helen Rosa - Memories of Early Whakatane.  26/1:2-14.

The Establishment of the Country Women's Institute in the Eastern Bay of Plenty - H.P. Toone.  22/2:130-132.

The Ethnopsychiatrist and the Historian - L.K. Gluckman.  13/3:169-176.

EVANS, John E.L. - Some European History of Lake Okareka District.  28/1:17-27.

EVETTS, Bruce - Coastwatching in the Auckland Islands, 1941-42.  40/2:79-91.

Excavations in Many Lands H.D. London.  4.

Excavations at Kauri Point H.D. London.  9/1:14-16.

The Excavations at Paengaroa, 1959 - J. Golson.  7/4:82-86.

An Excursion to White Island - 60 Years Ago.  5.

Exotic Forest Plantations in the Te Teko Area - E.G. Manktelow.  28/2:116-118.

Explanation of Nautical Terms.  Appendix to "The Wrecking of HMS Buffalo in 1840" - Cliff Furniss. 26/2:68-71, 74.

Extracts From MSS Journal of Rev. Charles Baker, C.M.S. Missionary - H.D. London.  5.

An Eye Witness Account of the Murder [Volkner's].  22/2:117-119.

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Families' Living Treasures - Max Cryer.  22/1:14-16.

FARMING:   "Bush Sickness" in the Rotorua-Taupo Region - C.R. Taylor.  27/2:88-90.

                        Chasing the Cutter - Cecil R. Coates.  25/2:101-106, 113.

                        A Dairy Farmer's Wife Remembers - D.E.A.M.  25/1:48-50.

                        Developing a Farm at Otakiri, on the Rangitaiki Plains - E.F. Whitthaus.  25/2:78-90, 93.

                        Early Days on "The Swamp" - Ian B. Gow.  28/1:33-34, 56.

                        Early Days on "The Swamp" - Gwendoline E. Rhodes.  24/1:31-33.

                        Early Otakiri Farming - From a Woman's Point of View - May Woodberry Sen.  25/2:91-93.

                        Early Settlement Days in the Opouriao Valley, Bay of Plenty - Gilbert Yeoman. 25/2:94-96.

                        Farming at Rewarau, Opouriao District - T. Thorne Seccombe.  12/1:3-18.    

                        Records of Earlier Days - H.D. London.  25/1:31-42.

                        Reminiscences of a Drover - R.M. Green.  13/2:78-79.

                        Reminiscences of Droving Days, 1921-1928 - L.A. (Pete) Sisam.  26/2:92-94.

                        Sheep Farming in the New Zealand Bush - Philip Williamson.  33/2:106-117.

Father John Smiers with the Mill Hill Mission - Walter Gibbons.  37/1:12-22.

Father Michael Borjon at Maketu - Fr A. Monfat.  38/2:92-96.

Faulkner's Ferries - Max Avery.  36/1:16-29;  36/2:73-86.

FEILDING:  Bush Pioneering Days - H.H. Miller.  7/3:59-70.

Fenton's Mill - C.S. Masters.  32/1:1-4.

Fenton's Mill 1936-37 - G.W. Lane.  32/1:5-16.

FERRIES:  The Early Ferries in the Whakatane District - A. van der Wouden.  31/1:43-56.

Field Archaeology in the Bay of Plenty - W.A. Pullar, K.W. Moore & A.S. Scott.  15/1:105-114.

Fifty Years of the Beacon - Anton van der Wouden.  37/1:55.

The "Fire in the Fern" by the Mohaka - Bernard H.N. Teague.  17/2:100-105.

Fire Walking.  5.

The First Grave - W.B. Baker.  9/2:38-39.

Fish Weir Discovery, Rotorua - W.A. Pullar.  23/2:98.

Fishing at Old Maketu - Alister Matheson.  39/2:63-73.

FITZROY, GOVERNOR ROBERT:  Governor Fitzroy to Henry Clarke - C.M. Miller.  21/2:124-125.

FLAXMILLING:       Flax, Flour and the Wairere Waterfall - A. van der Wouden.   35/2:73-78.

                                 Hallett's Flaxmill - A. van der Wouden.  25/2:68-77.

                                 Priestley Flaxmill.  9/1:21.

Float-Plain Alights on Whakatane Estuary - H.D. London.  18/1:53-54.

Flooding of Rangitaiki Plains, 1962 - S.R. Hewitt & W.A. Pullar.  11/2:113-115.

FLOURMILLING:    Additional Information Concerning Umuhika Mill - T. Thorne Seccombe.  7/2:46-48.

                                An Early History on the Rangitaiki Swamp.  6/3:95-96.

                                Flax, Flour and the Wairere Waterfall - A. van der Wouden.  35/2:73-78.

                                Flour Mills on the Lakes District - Cecil Watt.  19/1:21-29.

                                Flourmilling in the Eastern Bay of Plenty - A. van der Wouden.  32/1:73-87.

                                How Te Poronu Roadside Memorial Became Part of the Whakatane Scene - H.D. London.  25/1:12-17.

                               Maori Wheat Growing and Flourmilling, 1845-1880 - W.T. Parham.  9/2:42-44.

                               An Old Relic.  1.

                               Otipa Flour Mill - H.D. London.  9/1:17-18.

                              Some Notes on the Investigations of the Flour Mill at Umuhika - W.T. Parham.  7/1:21-22.

                              Umuhika Flour Mill - H.D. London.  7/1:19-20.

                             Waimapu Flour Mill - A.C. Bellamy.  38/1:62-66.

Flying the Flag at School Not New in Tauranga - A.C. Bellamy.  34/1:45-48.

Folk Museums - Sir Paul Hasluck.  20/2:70-72.

Following Seccombe - A.C.W. Whatman.  10/1:14-15.

FORESTRY:     Exotic Forest Plantations in the Te Teko Area - E.G. Manktelow.  28/2:116-118.

                           The Tasman Tree Nursery - W.A. Pullar.  28/2:114.

                           The Tasman Tree Nursery at Te Teko - Max Wickham .  28/2:115.

FORT GALATEA:  Refer to GALATEA.

Fortresses of God - G.M. Fowlds.  5.

FORTY MILE BUSH:  Working Around the North Island 1890-1920 - Patrick Keegan.  34/2:67-87.

Forty Years Plus in a Maori Setting - Jim Irwin.  33/1:25-31.

Fossil Mollusca at Stoney Creek, Matata - W.J. Fraser.  12/1:28.

Fossils at Taneatua and Ohope Beach.  5.

FOSTER, FRANCIS JORTON:  The Diary of Francis Jorton Foster.  36/2:63-72.

FOWLDS, Geo. M.     - Banning the Star-Spangled Banner.  16/2:81-85.

                                      - Fortresses of God.  5.

                                      - Maoris and Highlanders - A Comparison.  5.

                                      - A Princess and the Fairies - Links With Mt. Albert and Whakatane. 5.

                                     - A Vanished Race: The Passing of the Moriori.  15/3:172-176.

FRANKLIN-BROWNE, W.:  The Diary of W. Franklin-Browne.  22/1:17-29.

FRANKTON:  Last Pie Out of Frankton.  23/2:97.

FRASER, W.J. - Fossil Mollusca at Stoney Creek, Matata.  12/1:28.

Fratricide at Owhakatoro R.M. Smith.  11/1:23-27.

The Freezing Industry in the Bay of Plenty - A. van der Wouden.  33/1:1-15.

A Frenchman's Gallant Stand Against Te Kooti - H.D. London.  4.

From Hawkes Bay to Whakatane, via Taupo, in 1857.  40/1:46-60.

FULLER, R. Andrew    - The Old Gisborne-Ruatahuna Stock Route.  14/4:164-169.

                                       - Rangi's "Invasion" of the Urewera.  28/1:40-44.

                                       - To Maungapohatu By Bicycle.  28/1:44-45.

                                       - Tramping in the Urewera (1932).  29/1:24-32.

FULLOON, JAMES FRANCIS:

                        A Contemporary Account of the Volkner and Fulloon Murders.  5.

                        The Murder of James Fulloon - J.C.M. Cresswell.  4; 13/3:120-127.

                        Two Prominent Figures in Early Whakatane HIstory - W.T. Parham.  15/1:87-96.

FULTON, Robert - Whakarewa Hoanga - Formerly at Matata.  3.

The Funeral of Granny Nga.  23/2:96.

FURNISS, Cliff      - SS Daphne - The Occasional Caller.  29/1:44-46.

                               - Dividing Ship's Shares as Between Owners.  27/2:106.

                               - Explanation of Nautical Terms.  Appendix to "The Wrecking of HMS Buffalo in 1840".  26/2:68-71, 74.

                               - The Troubled SS Tasman.  27/2:99-100.

Further Discoveries at Kauri Point, Katikati.  11/1:48.

Further Memories of Waiohau.  22/1:38-39,43.

Further Moa Discoveries at Taupo.  11/1:50.

FUSSELL, Peggy M. - Napier in 1931.  36/1:30-52.

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