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GALATEA:   Fort Galatea Site.  6/3:100-101.

                      Galatea.  1.

                      Galatea [Editorial].  8/2:35-36.

                      Maori Wars.  8/2:64-65, 69-80.

                      Mutiny at Fort Galatea.  4.

                      Mutiny at Fort Galatea - W.T. Parham.  27/2:97-98.

                      On the Road to Galatea - W.T. Parham.  27/2:91-96.

                      Petrified Springs at Horomanga Gorge, Galatea District.  12/1:28.

                      A Relic of Fort Galatea - H.D. London.  12/3:147.

                      Relics of Fort Galatea [Peraniko Tahawai].  22/1:47.

                      Sgt. Hallett at Fort Galatea - Ernest G. Hallett [Correspondence].  12/3:158-159.

                      Some Notes Concerning Fort Galatea.  5.

                      Tuwhare House - Martin G. Wilson.  9/1:11-12.

                      The Waimana-Ruatoki-Galatea Track - Thorne Seccombe.  5.

The Gannets of White Island - W.T. Parham.  18/2:104-108, 110.

GARAWAY, A.H. - Motuhora, or Whale Island: An Outline History.  24/1:1-7.

GARLICK, Charles - A Pioneer Remembers (1939).  29/1:39-43.

Genealogies as a Means of Dating Maori Pre-History - R.W. Halbert.  10/4:105-114.

GEOLOGY:       Age of  the Kaharoa Ash - W.A. Pullar.  10/1:13-14.

                           Fossils of Taneatua and Ohope Beach.  5.

                           Geological Features, Te Mahoe Dam Site - R.S. Morison.  12/2:79.

                           Geological History of the Whakatane District - J. Healy.  15/1:9-27.

                           Geology of Whakarewarewa State Forest Park - Philip Andrews.  31/2:106-111.

                           Holocene Ash of the Bay of Plenty - H.D. London.  12/3:145-146.

                            Impact of the Maori on Soils in the Bay of Plenty - a Preliminary Assessment - W.A. Pullar.  10/1:13.

                            Notes on the Geology of Maungapohatu - W.A. Pullar.  11/2:85-86.

                            Primary Volcanic Ash Deposits of the Rotorua, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne Districts
                                         - W.A. Pullar.  10/4:120-128.

George and Bennett White - Douglas Chitty.  11/4:178-184.

George and Bennett White [Correspondence].  12/2:93.

George Hamilton-Browne.  An Investigation into his Career in New Zealand - Barbara Cooper. 33/2:76-82.

GIBBONS, Walter  - The Deluge of 1892.  37/2:94-97.

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

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

                            - Jean Lampila, S.M., at Whakatane.  38/1:1-6.

                            - Matata Railway, Roads and Bridges League, 1912-1913.  38/2:97-103.

                            - The Whakatane Crete Veterans Association.  40/1:29-33.

GISBORNE: Gisborne to Opotiki in 1890.  36/1:53-56.

                        The Gisborne-Matawai-Moutohora Railway - J.A. Barltrop.  27/2:108.

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

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

                        Overland From Gisborne to Tauranga, 1903.  27/2:63-70.

                        Primary Volcanic Ash Deposits of the Rotorua, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne  Districts
                                  - W.A. Pullar.  10/4:120-128.

                        When the King Comes to Gisborne - A Maori Millenium in 1906 - Peter Webster. 15/1:46-59.

                        Working Around the North Island, 1890-1920 - Patrick Keegan.  37/2:98-121.

Glass Artefacts - Anton van der Wouden.  27/2:110-112.

GLEN, Frank - The Historic Tree of Orakau.  32/1:59-60.

GLUCKMAN, L.K.  - Cook's Voyages to New Zealand in Medical Perspective.  17/2:87-94.

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

                            - Kereopa: The Psychodynamics of a 19th Century Murder.  13/3:111-119.

                            - Our First Doctors.  14/4:157-163.

                            - The Two James Lind, F.R.C.P., Edinburgh.  18/1:51-52.

GOLDMINING: The History of Goldmining on the River Thames - A.M. Isdale.  9/4:167-179.

                           Working Around the North Island, 1890-1920 - Patrick Keegan.  38/1:46-61.

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

Goodwill and Knowledge in Race Relations - H.D.B. Dansey.  23/2:81-83.

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

GOODYEAR, Frances - Tauranga's Memorial Park and Neighbourhood, Some Early Landowners.  32/2:123-124.

GOODYEAR, CANON W.:  Canon W. Goodyear, 1850-1914 - Rev. W.H. Poole.  32/1:24-27.

Government Buildings, Tauranga - Jinty Rorke.  36/2:104-110.

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

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

GRACE, John H. - The Maori People of New Zealand.  5.

GRACE, REV. T.S.:    Building a Mission Station - C.R. Coates.  6/3:68-83.

                                      Conditions at Opepe Military Post.  Visits of a Missionary.  5.

                                      Rev. T.S. Grace's Account of the Volkner Murder.  4.

GRAHAM, David H. - Overland From Dannevirke to Opotiki in 1910.  38/2:104-109.

The Grave of Hemi Te Waka, Ngaputahi, Urewera Country, Killed 7/5/1869.  4.

GRAY, G.W.     - An Account of the Motu River Hydro Investigations.  15/2:140-142.

                          - A Chapter Ends in Opotiki.  22/2:74-76.

GRAY, Hilda - Memories of White Island.  14/1:27.

GREAT BRITAIN:  The Union Flag of Britain, Commonly Called the Union Jack - Allan E. Bax.   17/2:99, 133.

The Great Carved House, Mataatua, of Whakatane.  5:Newsletter 43.

The Great Carved House, Mataatua, of Whakatane - H.D. London.  26/1:15-24.

GREEN, R.C.    - Dating the Kauri Point Sequence.  26/1:32-45.

                           - An Undefended Settlement at Kauri Point, Tauranga District.  11/3:143-156.

GREEN, R.M.   - Ohiwa Ferry [Correspondence].  11/3:172.

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

GREGG, D.R. - Maori Rock Paintings of Lake Tarawera.  5.

GREY, SIR GEORGE:  Letter From Archdeacon Brown to Sir George Grey.  21/1:50-51.

                                       Volkner's Letters to Governor Grey.  7/2:24-28;  22/2:122.

GROUBE, L.M. - The Classic Maori: Prehistoric or Protohistoric.  13/2:96-97.

GUERRIN, JEAN:  A Frenchman's Gallant Stand Against Te Kooti - H.D. London.  4.

                            Unveiling of Memorial to Jean Guerrin - Te Poronu, 6 June 1965.  13/2:xix-xx.

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HAEUSLER, R. Hans - A Trip to Maungapohatu Over Forty Years Ago.  11/2:72-79.

HAIGH, J.B. - Colonel George Hamilton-Browne ("Maori Browne") [Correspondence].  25/1:63.

                      - The Hokitika "Fenian Troubles".  19/2:123-129.

                      - Raoul (Sunday) Island, Kermadec Group: A Brief History.  16/2:66-80.

                      - Trooper Donald McDonald Commended [Correspondence].  21/2:126.

                     A Haka.  3.

HALBERT, R.W.    - The Chronology of Maori History by J.B.W. Roberton.  12/2:85-91.

                                 - The Chronology of Maori Tradition by J.B.W. Roberton.  12/4:182-184.

                                 - Kaputerangi - Toi's Pa.  10/1:18-20.

                                 - The Mataatua Migration.  13/1:15-26.

HALLETT, C. - Some Reminiscences of an Early Settler on "The Swamp".  10/2:40-42.

HALLETT, SGT HENRY:      A Relic of Fort Galatea - H.D. London.  12/3:147.

                                                Sgt. Hallett at Fort Galatea - Ernest G. Hallett [Correspondence]. 12/3:158-159.

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

HAMILTON-BROWNE, COLONEL GEORGE:

               Colonel George Hamilton-Browne ("Maori Browne") - J.B. Haigh [Correspondence]. 25/1:63.

               George Hamilton-Browne.  An Investigation into his Career in New Zealand - Barbara Cooper.  33/2:76-82.

               Major G. Hamilton-Browne (Maori Browne).  24/2:115.

HAMMICK, WILLIAM MAXWELL:

                        The Memoirs of William Maxwell Hammick (1848-1915).  29/1:2-11;  29/2:62-70;  30/1:3-9.

                        Riding the Taupo Desert - W.T. Parham.  35/2:103-105.

HAMMOND, William   - Himiona Te Piki Kotuku.  9/4:187-189.

                                      - A Visit to Tarawera After the Eruption.  14/2:59-65.

HARAWIRA, Rev. K.T. - The Maori Numerals.  9/2:47.

Hard Times Come Again No More - Mrs E.D. Bennett.  23/2:89-93.

HARDING, J.R. - The Carbon-14 (C14) Method of Dating.  4.

Hardships in the Pioneering Days - A Comparison.  5.

HARPER, V.E. - Maori Art.  3.

HARSANT, Florence - Bringing Temperance to the Bay - 1914.  30/2:110-120.

HASKELL, DARCY ORMOND: - Autobiography of D.O. Haskell.  40/2:63-78.

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

HASTIE, ANDREW J.:  Nonagenarian Has Adventurous Life: War and Rebellion.  4:Newsletter 41.

HAWEIS:     Captain John Nicholson and the Haweis - H.D. London [Correspondence].  12/3:154-156.

                   The Taking of the Haweis, 1829.  5.

                   The Taking of the Haweis, 1829 - C. Kingsley-Smith.  1.

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

HEALY, J. - Geological History of the Whakatane District.  15/1:9-27.

HEEMSKERCK:  Tasman's Ships, the Heemskerck and the Zeehaen - M.J.P. Wickham.  14/3:107-114.

The Height of Whale Island.  5.

HEKAMU, Toone [also SECCOMBE, T. Thorne]

                        - Reminiscences of a Drover.  9/4:183-186.

                        - Tarawera Sulphur Mine.  5.

                        - Te Teko's First Car.  6/3:99.

HELLYAR, T.J. - Methodist Church.  6/2:54.

Helping with the Dictionary - W.T. Parham.  38/2:117-118.

HENRY, SISTER ANNIE:  A Pioneer Missionary to the Urewera.  Sister Annie Henry, M.B.E. - J.H. Starnes.  6/3:84-93.

Henry Tacy Clarke, 1852-1902 - Christine M. Miller.  10/4:129-131.

Henry Williams in Eastern Bay of Plenty in 1926 and 1928 - Lawrence M. Rogers.  15/1:28-30.

Herbert Robert Benn (1869-1911).  Appendix to "Some European History of Lake Okareka District"
               - H.D. London.  28/1:30-32.

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

HIKURANGI:  Mt. Hikurangi, 5753 ft - R.D. Cresswell.  14/4:144-146.

HILL, GEORGE:  Constable (later Sergeant) George Hill, N.Z.C.  17/2:124.

HILL, H.M. - Rua Kenana's Visits to Taneatua.  6/4:133.

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

Himiona Te Piki Kotuku - William Hammond.  9/4:187-189.

HINEMIHI MEETING HOUSE:  A Vice-Regal Legacy - W.T. Parham.  26/1:29-31.

HINTON, Joseph - The Boulcott's Farm Engagement, 1846.  23/2:64-67, 100.

HIROA, Te Rangi - refer BUCK, Sir Peter

Historic Archaeological Sites on Whale Island - P.R. Moore.  35/1:30-37.

An Historic Church Bows Out - Ross Annabell.  13/1:10-11.

Historic Pa Sites at Whakatane - H.D. London.  10/2:43-50.

The Historic Tree of Orakau - Frank Glen.  32/1:59-60.

Historical Background to the Treaty of Waitangi - I.S. McHarg.  2.

Historical Background of Waiotahi Exchange.  22/2:129.

Historical Societies Traverse Old Routes - Emma Bridge.  18/1:46-50.

Historical Trail Re-opened - H.D. London.  28/1:45-46.

HISTORY:  How to Read History - Lawrence M. Rogers.  9/1:3-10.

History as an Aid to Earth Sciences - W.A. Pullar & N.M. Kennedy.  23/2:94-96.

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

The History of Goldmining on the River Thames - A.M. Isdale.  9/4:167-179.

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

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

History of the Tauranga Aero Club, Part III - Walter S. Bell.  32/1:31-35. 
                       [Refer to the Index of the Journal of the Tauranga Historical Society for Parts I and II].

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

HOBBS, Ina - The Tarawera Eruption, 1886.  18/2:80-82.

The Hokitika "Fenian Troubles" - J.B. Haigh.  19/2:123-129.

A Holiday Trip to Auckland and Townsville in 1889.  24/2:85-89.

HOLLOWAY, Monica B.  - The Cyclist of Maketu.  32/1:60-61.

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

Holocene Ash of the Bay of Plenty - H.D. London.  12/3:145-146.

HORRIGAN, Dennis - St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Wairaka, Whakatane.  35/2:112-126.

HOTELS: No Room at the Inn.  Te Pukeites Camp Under Their Own Buggy.  29/1:47-50.

                        Old Ohiwa Hotel.  5.

                        The Te Teko Hotel - A. van der Wouden.  28/2:100-101.

HOTUNUI MEETING HOUSE:  The Building of Hotunui Meeting House, 1878.  8/1:26-27.

The House of H.R. Benn, Lake Okareka.  Appendix to "Some European History of Lake Okareka District"
               - R.L. Bourne.  28/1:28-29.

HOUSTEN, John - Taranaki Stone-Age Carvings.  8/4:142-143.

How the Hot Springs Came to Awakeri.  10/1:10.

How the Maoris Used to Count - G.L. Pearce.  9/2:45-46.

How "Mataatua" Canoe Became Part of the Scene at Whakatane - C. Kingsley-Smith.  24/1:18-20.

How Te Ano-o-Muriwai Became Part of the Whakatane Scene - C. Kingsley-Smith.  27/1:16-17.

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

How to Read History - Lawrence M. Rogers.  9/1:3-10.

How the Tuhoes Turned Back to Christianity.  4.

How Waimana Got its Name - Rangi Rakuraku.  27/2:107-108.

How Wairaka Statue Became Part of the Whakatane Scene - "Ranana".  24/2:94-101.

HOYTE, JOHN BARR CLARKE:  John Barr Clarke Hoyte (1835-1913): A Portrait - W.T.  Parham.  20/2:99-102.

Hunting in Tauranga with the Waikato Hounds, 1897-1931 - A.H. Matheson.  35/1:1-15; 35/2:85-102.

HUYGENS, C.A. & RUCROFT, V.A. - White Pine Bush, Whakatane West.  8/3:115.

HYDRO ELECTRICITY:     An Account of the Motu River Hydro Investigations - G.W. Gray. 15/2:140-142.

                                             The Matahina Power Project - J.J. Chesterman.  15/1:97-104.

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