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I Remember ...  6/3:94-101;  6/4:131-136;  7/1:15-18;  8/3:105-107;  8/4:156-159.

If Only - D. Walthew.  34/1:24-26.

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

The Importance of Plants and Trees in the Life of an Old Time Maori - Nelly Collier.  6/3:104-105.

In the Days of Yore.  22/2:113-114.

In Quest of Spanish Gold - W.T. Parham.  26/2:90-91.

In the Track of Vancouver - W.T. Parham.  15/3:166-171.

INCA:  Travelling Where the Incas Trod - Moira C. Cox.  15/3:179-184.

INNES, J. - Development of the Motu.  27/2:71-74.

The Intoduction of Maize into the Bay of Plenty.  2:Newsletter 31.

The Introduction of Steam Ships to the Bay of Plenty - A. van der Wouden.  38/1:21-31.

IO:  The Maori Supreme God, Io [Correspondence].  17/1:80-85;  17/2:135.

IRWIN, G.J. - The Kohika Site, Bay of Plenty.  23/2:101-104.

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

                               - John Alexander Wilson: First Missionary in Opotiki-Whakatane, 1840-1851.  15/3:160-166.

                               - Mana-Tapu-Noa in Maori Religion.  26/2:76-86.

                              - New Zealand Primal Maori Religion.  40/2:92-98.

                              - Nga Taniwha a te Maori.  31/2:101-105.

                              - The Role of Religious Mediators in a Multi-Cultural Society.  23/1:24-34.

                              - Some Aspects of the Impact of Christianity Upon the Maori People. 14/2:66-68, 78.

                              - The Treaty of Waitangi.  32/2:93-99.

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

                           - Pacific Backgrounds.  16/2:92-108.

"Island Volcano" by W.T. Parham - Ernest E. Bush [Book Review].  22/1:68-69.

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

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JAMES, Rupert - Te Ika a Hemi (James' Fish).  30/1:10-31.

James Charles White, Brother of George and Bennett White.  Appendix  to "George and Bennett  White".  11/4:183-184.

James and Maria Walker.  12/4:162-164.

Jean Baptiste Francois Pompallier and the Bay of Plenty - J.H. Starnes.  11/3:134-142.

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

JENKS, H.J. - Recollections of a Surveyor.  34/1:1-10;  35/2:63-72.

John Alexander Wilson: First Missionary in Opotiki-Whakatane 1840-1851 - Jim Irwin.  15/3:160-166.

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

JOHN DUNSCOMBE:    The Schooner John Dunscombe.  5.

                                           The Schooner John Dunscombe - Charles G. White.  12/3:137-138.

                                           The Schooner John Dunscombe - Charles G. White [Correspondence].  12/2:93-94.

JONASSEN, NOAH:  Noah Jonassen - The Aerial King - A. van der Wouden.  40/1:1-7.

JONES, A. Morris - Origin of Maori Spelling.  4.

JONES, Nancye - Skindivers Find Barges in Lake Waikaremoana.  21/2:95-97.

JONES, Pei te Hurinui - Whakapapa of Ahumai te Paerata.  12/2:79.

JONES, Stella - Journalist Dines With Te Kooti.  14/2:74-76.

JORDAN, Tiena   - The M.V. Whakatane.  38/1:39-41.

                               - Taneatua Ranger Station Carved Gateway.  37/2:124-127.

                               - Visit of an American Naturalist to the Bay of Plenty, 1881.  37/1:23-32.

                              - Whakatane Public Library.  35/1:42-51.

Journal of a Voyage From London to Auckland, New Zealand 1861-1862.  25/2:107-113.

Journalist Dines With Te Kooti - Stella Jones.  14/2:74-76.

A Journey From Dannevirke to Taneatua.  6/4:133-134.

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