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Ka Mate, Ka Mate [Correspondence].  9/3:142-144.

KAHUKI:  The Life and Adventures of Kahuki - Robert M. Smith.  10/4:115-119.

The Kai-te-Iri-Iria Canoe.  1.

KAINAHA:  Tatahoata Cemetery Reserve, Ruatahuna, Urewera Country, Now Kainaha Cemetery Historic Reserve
                   - R.E. Worboys & K.W. Moore.  22/1:45-46.

KAINGAROA:    Murupara Rock Carvings - Dr J.C. Wadmore.  2:Newsletters 11 & 17.
                    Petroglyphs in the Kaingaroa Block - F.W. Davis.  6/1:17-29.

Kaka-Tarahae Site - Owhakatoro Valley - K.W. Moore.  14/1:38-39.

KAPU-TE-RANGI:  Kaputerangi - Toi's Pa - R.W. Halbert.  10/1:18-20.

                   Kapu-te-Rangi (Toi's Pa) - A.B. Mabon & W.A. Pullar.  9/3:117-128.

                   Kohi Point Scenic Reserve: Kapu-te-Rangi (Toi's Pa) Historic Reserve.  15/2:152.

KAPUA:  Mt. Kapua, 4760 ft.  14/4:146-147, 149.

Karearea Pa - W.A. Pullar.  9/2:50-54.

KAURI POINT:     Dating the Kauri Point Sequence - R.C. Green.  26/1:32-45.

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

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

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

KAWERAU:    Kawerau: Its History and Background - K.W. Moore. 
                         12/1:23-27;  12/2:42-54; 12/3:112-123;  13/2:84-89;  13/3:150-158;  14/3:102-106.

                         The Kawerau Korewa Stone - Martin G. Wilson.  10/4:151-153.

                         Kawerau-Murupara Railway.  3:Newsletter 26.

                         Kawerau's Silver Jubilee 1954-1979 [Editorial].  27/1:1.

                         The Last Moa.  4; 5.

                         Maori Canoe Recovered at Tahuna Swamp, Kawerau - K.W. Moore.   10/1:16.

                         Origin of the Name Kawerau.  5.

                         Pit Terrace Site, Kawerau - K.W. Moore.  12/1:34-35.

                         A Storepit Site (N77/574) at Kawerau - A. Walton.  29/2:71-80.

                        Subsequent Archaeological Investigations at Kawerau.  Appendix to "A  Storepit Site

                        (N77/574) at Kawerau - K.W. Moore.  29/2:79-80.

                        A Town is Born - K.W. Moore.  27/1:42-56.

KEAM, R.F. - Additions/Corrections to "A Young Tourist in Rotorua in 1910"  Appendix I.  33/1:61.

KEEGAN, Patrick   - A Ride Through the Motu Bush (c1897).  32/2:128-130.

                                 - To Te Puke's Horse Fair.  33/1:59-60.

                                 - Working Around the North Island, 1890-1920.  34/2:67-87;  37/2:98-121; 38/1:46-61.

KELLY, WILLIAM:  Launch of Mr William Kelly's New Cutter.  33/2:120-121.

KENANA, RUA:   The Pakeha Missionary, The Maori Prophet and Maungapohatu - Terry Simpson. 35/2:106-111.

                              The Rua Expedition.  11/2:62-71.

                              Rua Kenana - R.M. Smith [Correspondence].  11/3:171.

                              Rua Kenana;s Visits to Taneatua - H.M. Hill.  6/4:133.

                              Rua's Commune in Retrospect - Sister Hilda Shears.  28/1:47-48.

                              The Trial of Rua Kenana - L.M. Lennard.  11/2:55-61.

KENNEDY, JOHN:  Taneatua's Lamplighter, John Kennedy.  25/1:30.

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

KENNEDY, W.J. - Birth of the B.O.P. Tree Society.  39/1:84-86.

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

                      Kereopa Te Hau.  Appendix to "Rev. C.S. Volkner and the Tai Rawhiti  Expedition".  7/2:32-35.

                      Kereopa's Utu - H.D. London.  23/1:37-42.

                      Te Teko and Kereopa - Alf Lyall [Correspondence].  29/2:122.

KEYES, I.W. - The D'Urville Island-Nelson Metasomatised Rocks and Their Significance in New Zealand  Prehistory.
                         23/1:1-17.

KING, Dr Hazel - Titore's Armour.  23/1:35-36.

KING COUNTRY:  Life in a King Country Sawmilling Village: Te Koura 1929-1937 - Una Lynette Smith.  25/1:51-53.

KINGSLEY-SMITH, Clive    - Astronomers in Piupius.  16/1:37-42.

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

                                              - How Te Ano-o-Muriwai Became part of the Whakatane Scene.  27/1:16-17.

                                              - Kohi Point.  24/2:102.

                                              - The Taking of the Haweis, 1829.  1.

                                              - Te Kooti's Raid on Whakatane, 1869.  1.

                                              - Te Paripari - A Gunfighter's pa, Ohope.  19/2:135-136.

                                              - The Town of the Talking Stones.  24/1:28.

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

KIRK, Charles R. - Whakatane in 1907.[includes street names]  14/1:2-6.

Kohi Point - C. Kingsley-Smith.  24/2:102.

Kohi Point Scenic Reserve: Kapu-te-Rangi (Toi's Pa) Historic Reserve.  15/2:152.

KOHIKA:   Kohika Archaeological Site - H.D. London.  24/1:29-30.

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

                  Kohika Site (N68/104) Bay of Plenty - K.W. Moore.  24/2:114.

                  Kohika Site (N68/104) Bay of Plenty: A Preliminary Report - K.W. Moore.  23/1:60-61.

                 More About the Kohika Site, Bay of Plenty.  Soil Stratigraphy and Pollen  Analysis - M.S.

                 McGlone & W.A. Pullar.  24/2:110-113.

KOPOEPEO:  A Brief History of Kopeopeo - C.R. Coates.  4.

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

                     St. John's Methodist Church, King Street, Kopeopeo - Bill Teesdale.  29/1:33-38.

"KOTARE"   - A Massacre Averted.  12/1:19-21.

                      - Recollections of a Centenarian.  20/1:19-27.

KRUGER, Tamati - Te Whare Mihana I Ruatoki (The Ruatoki Mission House).  25/1:59-63.

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LAKE ...:  For all lakes, refer to name of lake.

LAMBERT, Jenny - Ron Smith and Direct Transport.  37/2:76-93;  38/1:7-15.

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

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

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

                              Land Tenures in New Zealand up to 1840 - I.S. McHarg.  18/1:15-37; 18/2:83-103, 110.

                             Maori Land Tenures - I.S. McHarg.  2.

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

Landmarks in Maori History - J.W.B. Roberton.  19/1:56-65.

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

The Last Moa.  4; 5.

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

Last Pie Out of Frankton.  23/2:97.

LAUGHTON, REV. J.G.:     The Pakeha Missionary, the Maori Prophet and Maungapohatu - Terry Simpson.  35/2:106-111.

                                                The Very Rev. J.G. Laughton, C.M.G., J.P. - Lawrence M. Rogers. 13/3:159-164.

Launch of Mr William Kelly's New Cutter.  33/2:120-121.

The Laying of the Tapu.  5.

Learning From the Past - A.R. Speirs [Editorial].  27/2:61.

LENNARD, L.M.  - Maning's Farewell to his Friends.  34/2:88-90.

                              - The Trial of Rua Kenana.  11/2:55-61.

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

LEWIS, LEWIN:  The Reminiscences of Lewin Lewis - Ron Hilton Lewis.  27/2:74-78.

LEWIS, Ron Hilton - The Reminiscences of Lewin Lewis.  27/2:74-78.

Licensed to Graze.  The Street Cows of Tauranga - A.H. Matheson.  29/2:97-108.

The Life and Adventures of Kahuki - Robert M. Smith.  10/4:115-119.

Life in a King Country Sawmilling Village: Te Koura 1929-1937 - Una Lynette Smith.  25/1:51-53.

LIND, JAMES:  The Two James Lind, F.R.C.P., Edinburgh - L.K. Gluckman.  18/1:51-52.

LITCHFIELD, MARIA:  Some Notes Concerning Whakatane's First White Woman - Violet A. Rucroft.  8/4:160-162.

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

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

Living on a Volcano - W.T. Parham.  23/1:43-47.

LOCAL BODY GOVERNMENT:A Chapter Ends in Opotiki - G.W. Gray.  22/2:74-76.

                                               The Union of our Local Bodies - H.D. London.  24/2:91-93.

Local Maori Proverbs.  4.

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

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

                           - The Ceremony of "Planting" the Kumera.  17/2:121-122.

                           - Concerning a Model Canoe in the Society's Possession.  14/3:121-124.

                           - Concerning a Patiti in the Society's Possession.  14/3:119-120.

                           - A Dream Come True.  20/1:56-59.

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

                           - Elsdon Best in the Urewera Country.  2.

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

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

                           - Float-Plane Alights on Whakatane Estuary.  18/1:53-54.

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

                           - Gilbert Mair, N.Z.C., Soldier-Settler.  27/1:20.

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

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

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

                           - Historic Trail Re-Opened.  28/1:45-46.

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

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

                           - Kereopa's Utu.  23/1:37-42.

                           - Kohika Archaeological Site.  24/1:29-30.

                           - Magna Carta Comes to New Zealand.  27/1:18-19.

                           - The Maori Wars of the Eighteen Sixties.  1.

                           - Mount Edgeumbe County Park, Devon.  28/1:55.

                           - Mystacina tuberculatis in Captivity.  17/2:122-124.

                           - Ohiwa Pa Sites Presented to the Nation.  18/1:53.

                           - Ohiwa Township.  4.

                           - Opotiki - Disaster Area - March 1964.  12/2:77-78.

                           - The Opouriao Estate.  13/2:82-83.

                           - Otipa Flour Mill.  9/1:14-16.

                           - Patuone's Armour.  15/3:184-185.

                           - Pohaturoa Rock, Whakatane.  11/1:28-32.

                           - Priestly Flaxmill.  9/1:21.

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

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

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

                           - Relics of Fort Galatea.  22/1:47.

                           - The Re-Opening of Whakatane District Museum.  26/2:101-102.

                           - Ruataupere Meeting House, Kokohinau Marae.  14/1:43.

                           - The Settlement of Opouriao.  4.

                           - The Society - 1952-1977 - 25 Years [Editorial].  25/2:67.

                           - Some Comments on Buick's "Treaty of Waitangi".  14/2:79-80.

                           - A Sugar Industry for Opotiki, 1882.  22/2:81-109.

                           - Sugar Sorghum.  23/1:56-57.

                           - Umuhika Flour Mill.  7/1:19-20.

                           - The Union of our Local Bodies.  24/2:91-93.

                           - Vikings of the Sunrise.  2.

                           - The Wairaka Statue.  13/3:196-198.

                           - Whakatane Airport.  9/1:22-23.

                           - Whaling in the Bay of Plenty.  24/2:71-84.

                           - White Island.  4.

A Look at New Zealand in 1873.  40/2:112-116.

LUTTERWORTH:  On Board the Lutterworth - E.J. Westgate.  27/2:101-106.

LYALL, Alf C.    - Rangihouhiri.  13/3:194-195.

                           - The Story and Origins of Te Whakatohea.  19/1:35-43;  20/1:36-40, 60-67;  20/2:116-118.

                           - Te Teko and Kereopa [Correspondence].  29/2:122.

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