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MABON, A.D. - An Outline of Local Possibilities for Field Archaeology.  6/1:2-6.

MABON, A.D. & PULLAR, W.A.     - Kapu-te-Rangi (Toi's Pa).  9/3:117-128.

                                                            - Tauanui Pa, Taneatua.  11/3:157-161.

MABON, A.D., PULLAR, W.A. & MOORE, K.W. - Site Recording in the Whakatane District. 12/2:72-75.

McCALLION, Agnes J. - Opotiki History.  16/1:46-51.

McDONALD, DONALD:             Maori War Medal: The Award of Private Donald McDonald - J.C.M. Cresswell.  21/1:47-49.

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

MacDONALD, Pat - The Nichols Family Moves House.  31/1:57-60.

McFADGEN, B.G. & WALTON, A.J. - Rescue Excavation on a Pa Site Near Opotiki in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. 
                      31/2:113-119.

McGLONE, M.S. & PULLAR, W.A. - More About the Kohika Site, Bay of Plenty. 
                    Soil Stratigraphy and Pollen Analysis.  24/2:110-113.

McHARG, I.S.   - The Acquisition of Maori Lands by the Whalers and Missionaries.  2.

                           - A Brief Historical Survey of Formal Secular Education of Maori Children.  4.

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

                           - Historical Background to the Treaty of Waitangi.  2.

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

                           - Maori Land Tenures.  2.

McKENZIE, Mrs G. - Barbreck House.  33/1:50-51.

McLAREN FALLS PARK:  Birth of the B.O.P. Treee Society - W.J. Kennedy.  39/2:84-86.

McLEAN, Andrew - Pioneering Days of the Waioeka.  12/4:174-180.

McLERNON, C.R. - Raukumara, 1979.  31/2:65-93;  32/2:106-117;  33/1:32-43.

McMAHON, TIMOTHY:  A Trip Through New Zealand in 1914.  39/1:22-43.

MacMILLAN, CHARLES EDWARD:  The Carribean Connection - Jinty Rorke.  38/2:84-91

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

MAIR, GILBERT:  Gilbert Mair, N.Z.C., Soldier-Settler - H.D. London.  27/1:20.

MAIR, Captain Gilbert      - The Mill Farm Engagement.  1.

                                            - The Murmur of the Shell.  A Legend.  1; 10/1:6-7.

                                            - A Trap for a Lover.  10/3:99-100.

Maize - Whakatane's Main Export Until 1900.  4.

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

MAKETU:  Boy Scout Camps at Maketu, 1914-1940 - Alister Matheson.  40/1:34-37.

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

                   Describing a Trip from Maketu to Opotiki in the Early 1870s.  5.

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

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

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

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

                   Maketu.  12/1:i-iii.

                   Maketu - The Wharf that Wasn't Built - Alister Matheson.  40/1:38-39.

                   Tapsell's Big Guns - Alister Matheson.  37/1:1-11.

                   A Wartime Visit to Bay of Plenty - W.T. Parham.  37/2:71-75.

Man Against the Mountain.  The Story of White Island Products Limited - W.T. Parham.  17/1:56-66.

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

MANAPOURI:  Account of a Return Trip - New Zealand to Denmark, 1884.  26/1:46-53.

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

MANIOPOTO, REWI:  Rewi Maniopoto Comes to Whakatane - W.T. Parham.  29/2:109-114.

MANKTELOW, E.G. - The Tasman Tree Nursery at Te Teko.  28/2:115-118.

MANUKAU:  Maori Burial and Cremation in the Manukau District - Alan Taylor.  14/4:154-156.

MAORI:   Ancient Maori Law of Tapu - Mary Blair.  1.

                Astronomers in Piupius - C. Kingsley-Smith.  16/1:37-42.

                Being an Account of the Ceremony of Hair Cutting - B.C. Adam.  3.

                The Classic Maori: Prehistoric or Protohistoric by L.M. Groube - W.A. Pullar.  13/2:96-97.

                A Haka.  3.

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

                How Wairaka Statue Became Part of the Whakatane Scene - "Ranana"  24/2:95-101.

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

                The Laying of the Tapu.  5.

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

                Maori Burial and Cremation in the Manukau District - Alan Taylor.  14/4:154-156.

                The Maori Calendar.  2.

                Maori Impact Upon the Forests of New Zealand - R.J. Cameron.  9/3:131-141.

                The Maori as a Military Engineer - J.W.F. Welch.  16/2:86-91.

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

                The Maori People of New Zealand - John H. Grace.  5.

                Maori Ship Owners and Pakeha Ship Builders in the Bay of Plenty 1840-1860 - A. van der Wouden.  33/2:91-100.

                The Maori Spirit Land (Reinga).  1.

                The Maori Supreme God, Io [Correspondence].  17/1:83-85; 17/2:135.

                Maori War Medal:  The Award of Private Donald McDonald - J.C.M. Cresswell.  21/1:47-49.

                Maori War Soldiers' Memorial Headstones, Orangikawa, Near Ruatahuna.  4.

                The Maori Wars of the Eighteen Sixties - H.D. London.  1.

                A Maori Welcome for The Fleet - James R. Reckner.  37/2:63-70.

                Maoris and Highlanders - G.M. Fowlds.  5.

                The Maoris' Knowledge of Colours.  3.

                Native Law at Whakatane.  13/1:28-30.

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

                Raumahora the Beautiful - W.B. Baker.  9/2:39-41.

                Some Local Proverbs.  10/1:7,9.

                Vikings of the Sunrise - H.D. London.  2,

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

MAORI AGRICULTURE:     The Ceremony of "Planting" the Kumera - H.D. London.  17/2:121-122.

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

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

MAORI ART:         Maori Art - V.E. Harper.  3.                    

                              Maori Carving.  2:Newsletters 15 & 17.

                              Maori Carvings.  4.

                              Maori Carvings Recovered at Thornton - H.D. London.  10/1:15.

                              Maori Rock Paintings at Lake Tarawera - D.R. Gregg.  5.

                              Murupara Carvings - Dr J.C. Wadmore.  2:Newsletters 11 & 17.

                              The Murupara Rock Carvings, Kaingaroa Forest [Correspondence].  19/2:147-150.

                              Pataka Kuwaha From Whakatane.  2:Newsletter 17.

                              Petroglyphs in the Kaingaroa Block - F.W. Davis.  6/1:17-29.

                              Ranginui Academy for Arts and Crafts.  3:Newsletter 28.

                              The Rua Hoata Rock Art Shelter - Michael Trotter.  34/2:95-100.

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

MAORI ARTEFACTS:   Being an Account of the Acquisition From a Maori Chief of a Carved Hair Comb  - B.C. Adam.  3.

                                     Cannibal Oven.  1.

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

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

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

                                     Greenstone.  1.

                                     Red Feather Treasure.  1.

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

                                     A Study of the Whakatane Museum Adze Collection - P.R. Moore.  25/1:1-11.

                                     Whakarewa Hoanga - Formerly at Matata - Robert Fulton.  3.

MAORI CANOES:  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.

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

                              The Kai-te-Iri-Iria Canoe.  1.

                              Last Resting Place of Mataatua Canoe.  2:Newsletter 18.

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

                              Maori Double Canoe off Whale Island, 1769 - K.W. Moore.  13/2:103-104.

                              Mataatua Canoe.  1.

                              Mataatua Canoe - Elsdon Craig.  14/2:81.

                              Mataatua Canoe - J.B.W. Roberton.  14/3:127.

                              "Mataatua" Sails into the 70s: Piopio at the Prow - Elsdon W.G. Craig  21/2:93-95.

                              Wakas (Canoes).  2.

MAORI EDUCATION:Ancient Schools of Learning:  2.

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

MAORI GENEALOGIES:      The Chronology of Maori History - J.B.W. Roberton.  11/4:193-198.

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

                                             The Chronology of Maori Tradition - J.B.W. Roberton.  12/3:139-143.

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

                                            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.

                                            Genealogies as a Means of Dating Maori Prehistory - R.W. Halbert.  10/4:104-114.

                                            The Karihi Potae - Nelly Collier.  6/3:xv-xvi.

                                            The Mataatua Migration - R.W. Halbert.  13/1:15-26.

                                            Notes on the Tipunas - Dr T. Wi Repa.  6/1:9-16.

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

                                            Rangihouhiri - Alf C. Lyall.  13/3:194-195.

                                            Some Notes on Bay of Plenty Tradition Relating to Archaic People - Don Stafford.  8/1:3-20.

                                            Te Rangi-Houhiri and Tamapahore - J.B.W. Roberton.  14/1:40-41.

                                            Te Waha-o-Rerekohu - N.R. Akuhata-Brown.  11/1:20-22.

                                            Te Waho-o-te-Rangi.  14/1:42.

                                            The 30-Year Generation Span - Martin G. Wilson [Correspondence]. 11/1:45-46.

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

MAORI HISTORY:          The Chronology of Maori History - J.B.W. Roberton.  11/4:193-198.

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

                                       The Chronology of Maori Tradition - J.B.W. Roberton.  12/3:  139-143.

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

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

MAORI LAND:   The Acquisition of Maori Land by the Whalers and Missionaries - I.S. McHarg.  2.

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

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

                           The History of the East Coast Trust - A.D. Ward.  6/4:107-15.

                           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.

MAORI LANGUAGE:   Origin of Maori Spelling - A. Morris Jones.  4.

                                    A Possible Key to the Mystery of Maori Dialects.  13/2:98-99.

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

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

                                The Last Moa.  4; 5.

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

                                Local Maori Proverbs.  4.

                                The Murmur of the Shell.  A Legend - Capt. Gilbert Mair.  1;  10/1:6-7.

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

                                The Romance of Torere.  A Legend.  10/2:51-53.

                                Some Local Proverbs.  10/1:7,9.

                                The Story of Tai-Aroa and Tai-Atea.  A Maori Legend - N.R. Akuhata-Brown. 10/2:58.

                                The Story of Te Tahi-o-te-Rangi.  A Legend - A.O. Stewart.  1; 10/1:4.

                                The Sunken Island in Lake Rotoma - K.W. Moore.  11/4:203-204.

                                Te Manu Nui a Rua-Kapana (The Great Bird of Rua-kapanga) - Martin G. Wilson.  14/2:69-73.

                                Te Tahi-o-te-Rangi Legend.  5.

                                Te Tai-o-Ruawano: A Whale.  Legend of Tahu - Peta Wairua.  1; 10/1:5.

                                Te Toka-a-Houmea.  The Rock of Houmea (Shag) - J.C. Wadmore.  1;10/1:4-5.

                                Te Whatu Kura-a-Tangaroa.  A Legend of Omaio - J.S.W. Neilson.  10/1:10.

                                A Tradition Concerning Toi.  4.

                                A Trap for a Lover - Gilbert Mair.  10/3:99-100.

                                Whakaari-Awakeri Hot Springs.  4.

                                The Whatu Kura a Tangaroa (A Legend of Omaio).  4.

MAORI MEDICINE:   Comments Upon Some Forms of Medical Treatment Prescribed by the Maori - Nelly Collier.  7/3:79-80.

                                    Maori Herbalism.  19/1:67.

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

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

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

                                                       Mata-a-tua Meeting House.  1:Newsletter 9.

                                                       The Mataatua Meeting House, 1875.  6/1:7-8;  6/2:58-65.

                                                       Opening of the Judea Meeting House, Tauranga.  3:Newsletter 28;   4:Newsletter 37.

                                                       Ranginui Academy for Arts and Crafts.  3:Newsletter 38.

                                                      Te Whai a te Motu Meeting House, Ruatahuna - Allan North. 13/1:33; 13/2:98.

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

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

                                                     Where was Mataatua Built? - A. van der Wouden.  40/2:99-101.

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

                                  The Mission Field - Elsdon Best.  34/1:57-66.

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

                                  Old Mission House Burnt - C.R. Coates.  5.

                                  Reminiscences of a Mission Nurse - Ada J. North.  14/1:18-21.

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

                                  The Te Teko Maori Mission 1926-1980 - F.T. Rakuraku.  28/2:  123-124.

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

                                  Te Whare Mihana i Ruatoki (The Ruatoki Mission House) - Tamati Kruger.  25/1:59-63.

MAORI MISSION: refer also RELIGION & MISSIONS.

MAORI PA SITES:       Ancient Pa Sites Along the Hills.  1.

                                    A Brief Traditional History of Pakotore.  Appendix to "The Excavations at

                                    Paengaroa, 1959" - D.M. Stafford.  7/4:84-85.

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

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

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

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

                                    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.

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

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

                                    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.

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

                                    Paparoa Pa, Ohiwa Harbour - W.A. Pullar.  10/4:150.

                                    Puketapu Look-Out - Symbol of Peace.  13/1:12-14.

                                    Puketapu Pa, Whakatane, and Wharau-Rangi Pa.  1.

                                    Recent Investigations at Whakatane - W.A. Pullar.  10/4:147-149.

                                    The Siege of Toka-a-Kuku Pa - Peta Wairua.  10/1:11-12.

                                    Tamurenui Site, Onepu - K.W. Moore & W.A. Pullar.  11/4:203-204.

                                    Tauanui Pa, Taneatua - A.D. Mabon & W.A. Pullar.  11/3:157-161.

                                    Tauanui Pa, Taneatua - J.B.W. Roberton [Correspondence].  11/4:214

                                    Te Koutu Pa - N76/66 - Lake Okataina - Kenneth W. Moore.  26/22:104-112.

                                    Te Paripari - A Gunfighters Pa, Ohope - C. Kingsley-Smith.  19/2:135-136.

                                    Toi's Pa and Toroa Pa.  1:Newsletter 9; 2:Newsletter 14.

                                    Toroa Pa and Toi's Pa.  1:Newsletter 9; 2:Newsletter 14.

                                    Towards 3000 Recorded Sites - K.W. Moore.  27/1:57-59.

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

                                    Wharau-Rangi Pa.  1.

MAORI RELIGION:   How the Tuhoes Turned Back to Christianity.  4.

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

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

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

                                 Nga-Puhi Invasions of the Bay of Plenty in the Early Nineteenth Century
                                 - Lawrence M. Rogers.  7/4:96-97A.

                                 Ngaiterangi Chronology - J.P. Porter.  19/2:143-146.

                                 Raumona - J.B.W. Roberton.  19/2:137.

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

                               "Te Arawa": A Commentary on Don Stafford's History - J.P. Porter.  19/1:44-55.

MAORI WARS:  refer NEW ZEALAND LAND WARS

 

MARSDEN, REV. SAMUEL:      Being an Account of Marsden's First Church Service in New Zealand - B.C. Adam.  3.

                                                       Reverend Samuel Marsden - A Reply - Ernest E. Bush.  12/4:188-191.

                                                       Marsden 150th Anniversary Celebrations Christmas Day, 1964. 13/1:3-9.

MARSHALL, THORNTON:  An Early Victorian New Zealand Diary.  16/1:22-37;  16/2:109-124.

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

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

MATAATUA:     The Mataatua Migration - R.W. Halbert.  13/1:15-26.

                           The Mataatua Question in Relation to Muriwai - Manu Apanui.  19/1:66-67

MATAATUA CANOE:     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.

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

                                       How Wairaka Statue Became Part of the Whakatan Scene – “Ranana”.   24/2:94-101.

                                       Last Resting Place of Mataatua Canoe.  2:Newsletter 18.

                                       Mataatua  Canoe.  1.

                                       Mataatua Canoe - Elsdon Craig.  14/2:81.

                                       "Mataatua" Sails Into the 70s: Piopio at the Prow - Elsdon W.G. Craig.  21/2:93-95.

MATAATUA MEETING HOUSE:

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

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

                                         Mata-a-tua Meeting House.  1:Newsletter 9.

                                         The Mataatua Meeting House.  6/1:7-8;  6/2:58-65.

                                         Where was Mataatua Built? - A. van der Wouden.  40/2:99-101.

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

MATAHINA:    Buried Stumps in situ - Te Mahoe Dam Site, Rangitaiki River - W.A. Pullar.  11/4:211.

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

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

                         Matahina Tramway Was a Pioneering Railway Venture - R.H. Stott.  21/1:18-28.

MATATA:   Additional InformationConcerning Umuhika Mill.  7/2:46-48.

                   The Battle of Kaokaoroa, Matata - Nicholas Boyack.  35/1:16-24.

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

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

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

                   Matata - F.A. Burt.  8/3:109-112.

                   Matata and District - An Historical Review - H.R. Burt.  5.

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

                   Matata Post Office.  18/2:113-114.

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

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

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

                   Rare Birds at Matata.  5.

                   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.

                   Whakarewa Hoanga - Formerly at Matata - Robert Fulton.  3.

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

MATCHITT, MRS KATERURI:  An Old Lady Passes.  22/2:123-125.

MATHESON, Alister H.        - A Botanist At White Island in 1826.  Alan Cunningham's Diary.  22/1:40-43.

                                                - Boy Scout Camps at Maketu, 1914-40.  40/1:34-37.

                                                - Captain Fred Norris and the Bay of Plenty Coastal Trade, 1907-1924.  39/1:1-21.

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

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

                                                - J.I. Montefiore: Early New Zealand Trader.  Appendix to "Sketches of New Zealand, 1837". 
                                                                              30/2:106-109.

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

                                                - Maketu - The Wharf that Wasn't Built.  40/1:38-39.

                                                - Motiti Island.  19/1:1-20;  19/2:76-122.

                                                - HMS Pandora in the Bay of Plenty, 1852.  18/1:1-14;  18/2:62-79.

                                                - Tapsell's Big Guns.  37/1:1-11.

MAUNGAPOHATU:     Avifauna of Maungapohatu [Correspondence].  11/3:175-176.

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

                                       Maungapohatu: Its History - E.S. Dollimore.  10/3:83-84.

                                       Maungapohatu - A Short History - Peter J. Webster.  21/2:84-92.

                                       The Maungapohatu Track, 1942 - Sister Hilda Shears.  28/1:49-50.

                                       Memories of Maungapohatu - Rena Thompson.  28/1:35-40.

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

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

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

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

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

                                       Te Aka Puahou (The Summit of Maungapohatu) - R.M. Smith.  11/2:80-84.

                                       Te Manu nui a Rau-Kapana (The Great Bird of Rua-Kapanga) - Martin G. Wilson. 14/2:69-73.

                                       To Maungapohatu by Bicycle - R. Andrew Fuller.  28/1:44-45.

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

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

MAUNSELL, REV. ROBERT:  On Robert Maunsell, and "Te Manihera" - Clem Earp.  40/1:11-16.

Mauri - Hone Tuwhare.  10/4:141.

MAYOR ISLAND: Tuhua (Mayor Island) - E.L. Adams.  19/1:30-34.

MEDICINE:  Our First Doctors - L.K. Gluckman.  14/4:157-163.

MELVIN, L.W.            - Albert John Nicholas, Early N.Z. Settler and Trader [Correspondence].  15/2:152-153.

                                    - The Strange Case of William Webster.  16/1:14-21.

                                    - Thomas Black: Early Trader and Settler in the Bay of Plenty.  12/3:105-111.

Memoirs of Herb Duff - A.T. Stratton.  12/3:95-104.

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

Memories of Another Pioneer - A.J. Black.  14/1:25.

Memories of Brenda and Daniel Shaw - Brenda Shaw.  25/1:43-47.

Memories of an Early Carrier - Allan Abbott.  14/1:22-24.

Memories of Early Coastal Vessels - C. Aleck Natusch [Correspondence].  11/3:173-174.

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

Memories of Maungapohatu - Rena Thompson.  28/1:35-40.

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

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

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

METHODIST CHURCH:              Methodist Church - T.J. Hellyar.  6/2:54.

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

                                                       Waimana/Nukuhou Methodist Church.  12/3:xxxii-xxxiii.

MEXICO:  Archaeology in Mexico and Central America - A.S. Scott.  14/4:150-153.

Military Activities in the Opotiki District in 1870 - H.G.D. White.  20/1:41-45.

The Military Landing at Opotiki, 1865 - W.T. Parham [Correspondence].  15/3:190.

Military Settlement at Opotiki.  5.

The Mill Farm Engagement - G. Mair.  1.

MILLER, Christine M.     - Governor Fitzroy to Henry Clarke.  21/2:124-125.

                                          - Henry Tacy Clarke, 1825-1902.  10/4:129-131.

MILLER, H.H. - Bush Pioneering Days.  7/3:59-70.

Minginui - Ted Mulcock.  35/1:25-29.

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

                        Tarawera Sulphur Mine - Toone Hekamu.  5.

                        Tarawera Sulphur Mine - T. Thorne Seccombe.  7/1:20.

Miss Alice [Parkinson] - A Memoir - J.C.M. Cresswell.  9/4:180-182.

Miss Marion Watson Stewart, M.B.E., J.P. - Wynnton Poole.  35/1:38-41.

The Mission Field - Elsdon Best.  34/1:57-66.

Mr James Preece, C.M.S. Missionary - Rev. J.H. Starnes.  15/1:31-39.

Mrs Katherine McAlister Bell, M.B.E., J.P. - Wynnton Poole.  35/2:79-84.

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

MONTEFIORE, J.I.:  J.I. Montefiore: Early New Zealand Trader.  Appendix to "Sketches of New Zealand, 1837"
                                                          - A.H. Matheson.  30/2:106-109.

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

MOORE, Kenneth W.   - Archaeological Survey - Ohope, Whakatane.  24/1:34-44.

                                       - Archaeology at Whakatane, N.Z.  21/2:113-122;  22/1:50-63.

                                       - Kaka-Tarahae Pa Site - Owhakatoro Valley.  14/1:38-39.

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

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

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

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

                                      - Maori Double Canoe off Whale Island, 1769.  13/2:103-104.

                                      - Onepu Hot Springs. Appendix to "The Onepu Hot Springs in 1928".  28/2:122.

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

                                      - Pits, Terraces at King's Farm, Onepu.  13/2:90-95.

                                      - Place Names in the Te Teko District.  28/2:68-73.

                                      - Rakei Hopukia (N77/4) Te Teko, Bay of Plenty.  24/2:103-109.

                                      - Salvage Excavation at Port Ohope (N69/87), Whakatane, New Zealand. 20/1:46-49.

                                      - Subsequent Archaeological Investigations at Kawerau. 
                                                              Appendix to "A Storepit Site (N77/574) at Kawerau".  29/2:79-80.

                                      - The Sunken Island in Lake Rotoma.  11/4:203-204.

                                      - Suspect Food Pits - King's Farm, Onepu.  14/1:43.

                                      - The Tangata Whenua.  28/2:63-67.

                                      - Tapsell's Trip From Mokoia to Te Kupenga. 
                                              Appendix to "Kawerau:  Its History and Background".  13/2:89.

                                      - Te Koutu Pa - N76/66 - Lake Okataina.  26/2:104-112.

                                      - Towards 3000 Recorded Sites.  27/1:57-59.

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

                                      - Travelling Through the Ureweras.  10/3:88-93.

MOORE, K.W., MABON, A.D. & PULLAR, W.A. - Site recording in the Whakatane District.12/2:72-75.

MOORE, K.W. & PULLAR, W.A. - Tamurenui Site, Onepu.  11/4:205-207.

MOORE, K.W., PULLAR, W.A. & SCOTT, A.R. - Field Archaeology in the Bay of Plenty. 15/1:105-114.

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

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

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

                                    - The Prehistoric Stone Quarries and Workshops of Tahanga, Coromandel Peninsula. 30/1:32-42.

                                    - A Study of the Whakatane Museum Adze Collection.  25/1:1-11.

MOORE, P.R. & REID, Margot L. - The Wrecking of HMS Buffalo in 1840: An Account From the Ship's Log.  26/2:58-67.

More About the Kohika Site, Bay of Plenty.  Soil Stratigraphy and Pollen Analysis
             - M.S. McGlone & W.A. Pullar.  24/2:110-113.

MORGAN, Margaret & BERGHAN, Penelope - New Zealand's Earliest Botanical Explorers  17/1:95-99.

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

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

Motiti Island - A.H. Matheson.  19/1:1-20;  19/2:76-122.

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

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

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

                        The Motu Tragedy - A. van der Wouden.  39/1:59-60.

                        A Ride Through the Motu Bush (c1897) - P. Keegan.  32/2:128-130.

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

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

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

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

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

MULCOCK, Ted - Minginui.  35/1:25-29.

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

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

                        Muriwai Cave: Cobbles and Shoreline - W.A. Pullar.  10/1:14.

The Murmur of the Shell.  A Legend - Capt. Gilbert Mair.  1; 10/1:6-7.

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

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

                                    Kawerau-Murupara Railway.  3:Newsletter 26.

                                    Murupara Carvings - Dr J.C. Wadmore.  2:Newsletter 11.

                                    Murupara Rock Carvings.  2:Newsletter 17.

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

MUSEUM NOTES:   Mrs H.R. Erwin Bequest.  29/1:56.

                                    Portrait of Mrs M. Ratahi.  29/2:121.

                                    Steam Engine.  29/1:57.

MUSEUM, WHAKATANE:          A Dream Come True - H.D. London.  20/1:56-59.

                                                        The Re-opening of the Whakatane  District Museum - H.D. London.  26/2:101-102.

                                                        The Whakatane District Museum -  A. van der Wouden.  28/1:51-53.

The Museum Movement - W.H. Way.  8/4:139-141.

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

Mutiny at Fort Galatea - W.T. Parham.  4; 27/2:97-98.

My Days in the Rangitaiki District - Henry T. Pettit.  14/4:133-138.

My Life and Adventures in New Zealand - E.M.F. Dawber.  39/2:114-119.

My Life Among the Maoris - Mrs Ngoungou.  14/1:30-37.

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

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

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

Narrative of Mr Charles James Ward of Rarotonga, Cook Islands.  16/1:3-14.

NASH, Sir Walter - Our Debt to the Pioneers.  13/3:179-185.

Native Law at Whakatane.  13/1:28-30.

NATUSCH, C. Aleck - Memories of Early Coastal Vessels [Correspondence].  11/3:173-174.

NAYLOR, Ralph - Whakarewarewa State Forest Park, Rotorua.  24/2:57-70.

NEILSON, J.S.W. - Te Whatu Kura-a-Tangaroa.  A Legend of Omaio.  10/1:10.

NELSON:  The D'Urville Island-Nelson Metasomatised Rocks and their Significance in New Zealand Prehistory
                                - I.W. Keyes.  23/1:1-17.

NEW PLYMOUTH:  Our Trip from New Plymouth to Whakatane, via Onehunga - Nell Ramson.  27/1:8-15.

NEW ZEALAND ARMED CONSTABULARY:  Refer to NEW ZEALAND LAND WARS

NEW ZEALAND CROSS:  Cross of Contention - W.T. Parham.  40/1:8-10.

NEW ZEALAND LAND WARS:

                                                The Battle of Kaokaoroa, Matata - Nicholas Boyack.  35/1:16-24.

                                                The Battle of Orakau, as Told by Hitiri Te Paerata.  21/2:100-107.

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

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

                                                Copy of a Letter from Lieut. G.H. Stoate, R.N.  20/2:111-113.

                                                Cross of Contention - W.T. Parham.  40/1:8-10.

                                                Date of the First Engagement Between Arawa and Tai Rawhiti Expedition, 1864
                                                                  - D.M. Stafford [Correspondence].  12/2:92.

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

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

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

                                                Fortresses of God - G.M. Fowlds.  5.

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

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

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

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

                                                Maori War Medal: The Award of Private Donald McDonald - J.C.M. Cresswell.  21/1:47-49.
                                                                   [The Maori Wars in the Bay of Plenty].  8/2:37-81.

                                                The Maori Wars of the Eighteen-Sixties - H.D. London.  1.

                                                Military Activities in the Opotiki District in 1870 - H.G.D. White.  20/1:41-45.

                                                The Military Landing at Opotiki, 1865 - W.T. Parham [Correspondence]. 15/3:190.

                                                Military Settlement at Opotiki.  5.

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

                                                Mutiny at Fort Galatea.  4.

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

                                                New Zealand Armed Constabulary.  4.

                                                An Old Lady Passes.  22/2:123-125.

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

                                                The Opepe Engagement, 1869.  5.

                                                Opotiki.  13/1:27-28.

                                                Opotiki Expeditionary Force, 1865 - W.T. Parham.  17/1:78-79.

                                                Preece's Road - James Cowan.  10/3:79-81.

                                                The Rangiaowhia "Affair" - J.B.W. Roberton [Correspondence].  23/2:99-100.

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

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

                                                Rev. C.S. Volkner and the Tai Rawhiti Expedition, 1864.  7/2:24-36.

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

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

                                                St. Stephen the Martyr Church, Opotiki.  22/2:115-117, 120-121.

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

                                                Skindivers Find Barge in Lake Waikaremoana - Nancye Jones.  21/2:95-97.

                                                The Tai Rawhiti Edpedition - D.M. Stafford.  15/1:75-86.

                                                Tapsell's Big Guns - Alister Matheson.  37/1:1-11.

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

                                                Te Porere Engagement, 1869.  3:Newsletter 26.

                                                The Te Teko Engagement - D.M. Stafford.  13/3:128-136.

                                                Turbulent Waters - Events of Bay of Islands in 1845 - H.G.D. White. 21/2:66-83.

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

                                                Whakatane Threatened in 1868.  1; 4; 5.

                                                The Whitmore Expedition to Ruatahuna, 1869.  10/3:64-78.

                                                The Whitmore Expedition to Ruatahuna, 1869 - Henry Tacy Clarke. 10/4:132-137.

New Zealand - The Shaky Isles - W.T. Parham [Editorial].  26/1:1.

New Zealand Armed Constabulary.  4.

New Zealand Manure and Chemical Co. Ltd., Sulphur Point, Tauranga, 1877-1900 - A.C. Bellamy.  33/1:16-24.

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

A New Zealander Looks Back - Ewen W. Alison.  13/2:80-81.

New Zealand's Earliest Botanical Explorers - Margaret Morgan & Penelope Berghan.  17/2:95-99.

New Zealand's First National Flag.  3.

NEWBORN, JOSHUA:  Joshua Newborn - A Tattooed Pakeha.  29/1:54-55.

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

Ngaiterangi Chronology - J.P. Porter.  19/2:143-146.

NGAKAHIKATEA, MRS WHIRIHANA:  The Funeral of Granny Nga.  23/2:96.

Nga-Puhi Invasions of the Bay of Plenty in the Early Nineteenth Century - Lawrence M. Rogers. 7/4:96-97A.

The Ngararas of the Rurimas.  30/1:54-61.

NGOUNGOU, CAROLINE:  The Case of Mrs Ngoungou, Nee Caroline Perrett - J.R.  Sheehan.  14/1:28-29.

NGOUNGOU, Caroline - My Life Among the Maoris.  14/1:30-37.

NICHOLAS, ALBERT JOHN: Albert John Nicholas, Early N.Z. Settler and Trader
                                              - L.W. Melvin [Correspondence].  15/2:152-153.

                                                   Albert John Nicholas, Early N.Z. Settler and Trader - Richard L.H. Waugh 15/1:60-73.

                                                   Albert John Nicholas, Early N.Z. Trader - Richard L.H. Waugh 
                                                         [Correspondence].  12/3:153-154.

                                                   Nicholas, Trader.  Appendix to "The History of Goldmining on the River

                                                   Thames" - A.M. Isdale.  9/4:176.

The Nichols Family Moves House - Pat MacDonald.  31/1:57-60.

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

The 1968 Storm and its Effect on the Bay of Plenty Coastline - W.A. Pullar.  26/2:72-75.

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

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

Nonagenarian Has Adventurous Life: War and Rebellion.  4:Newsletter 41.

NORRIS, CAPTAIN FRED:  Captain Fred Norris and the Bay of Plenty Coastal Trade, 1907-1924
              - Alister Matheson.  39/1:1-21.

Not By Wind Ravaged - Hone Tuwhare.  10/3:94.

Notes on the Diary  of Alfred Parkinson - J.C.M. Cresswell.  20/2:114-115.

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

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

Notes From a Surveyor's Field Book.  11/4:185-188.

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

Notes on the Tipunas - Dr T. Wi Repa.  6/1:9-16.

NORTH, Ada J. - Reminiscences of a Mission Nurse.  14/1:18-21.

NORTH, Allan - Te Whai a Te Motu Meeting House, Ruatahuna.  13/1:33;  13/2:98.

NUKUHOU:    Memories of Another Pioneer - A.J. Black.  14/1:25.

                        The Settlement of Waimana and Nukuhou - R.A. Bell.  26/2:97-99.

                        Waimana/Nukuhou Methodist Church.  12/3:xxxii-xxxiii.

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