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The Raid.  Appendix to "Te Teko 1840-1920" - Sir Peter Buck.  28/2:87.

RAILWAYS: Autobiography of D.O. Haskell.  40/2:63-78.

                      Building the Bay of Plenty Railway - Roy R. Dawber.  38/2:67-83.

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

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

                      Kawerau-Murupara Railway.  3:Newsletter 26.

                      Last Pie out of Frankton.  23/2:97.

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

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

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

                      Te Teko and the Railway - A. van der Wouden.  28/2:112-113.

                     These Days it's the "Express Loggers" - Cecil H.V. Steers.  21/1:28-31.

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

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

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

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

RAMSON, Nell - Our Trip From New Plymouth to Whakatane, Via Onehunga.  27/1:8-15.

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

RAND, H.G. - The Onepu Hot Springs in 1928.  28/2:119-121.

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

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

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

RANGITAIKI PLAINS:    The Deluge of 1892 - Walter Gibbons.  37/2:94-97. 

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

                                         Early Days on the Rangitaiki Plains, 1900-1915 - 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.

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

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

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

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

                                         Rangitaiki Plains - C.R. Coates.  2.

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

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

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

Rare Birds at Matata.  5.

RATAHI, MOERANGI:    Portrait of Mrs M. Ratahi [Museum Notes].  29/2:121.

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

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

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

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

Raumoa - J.B.W. Roberton.  19/2:137.

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

RECKNER, James R. - A Maori Welcome for the Fleet.  37/2:63-70.

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

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

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

Red Feather Money of Santa Cruz Islands - R.C. Burgess.  10/4:138-140.

REDPATH, John - Points of Interest Along the Road.  12/4:180-181, 187.

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

REINGA:  The Maori Spirit Land.  1.

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

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

RELIGION & MISSIONS:      The Acquisition of Maori Lands by the Whalers and Missionaries - I.S. McHarg.  2.

                                                Anglican Church - C.R. Coates.  6/2:46-53A.

                                                Being An Account of Marsden's First Church Service in New Zealand - B.C.

                                                Adam.  3.

                                                Bishop John Coleridge Patteson - Rev. N. Te Hau.  10/2:54-56.

                                                Building a Mission Station - C.R. Coates.  6/3:68-83.

                                                The Catholic Church in Whakatane - Rev. Fr. B.F. Arahill.  15/1:39-44.

                                                The C.M.S. Missionaries Came to Whakatane - C.R. Coates.  4.

                                                The Church Missionary Society in Whakatane and Eastern Bay of Plenty,
                                                            1828-1902 - C.R. Coates.  1.

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

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

                                                Extracts From MSS Journal of Rev. Charles Baker - H.D. London.  5.

                                                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.

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

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

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

                                                Henry Wiliams in Eastern Bay of Plenty in 1826 & 1828 - Lawrence M. Rogers.  15/1:28-30.

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

                                                Jean Baptiste François 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.

                                                John Alexander Wilson: First Resident Missionary in Opotiki-Whakatane

                                                1840-1851 - Jim Irwin.  15/2:160-166.

                                                Methodist Chruch - T.J. Hellyer.  6/2:54.

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

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

                                                An Outline History of the Establishment of Churches in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.  6/2:35-55.

                                                Pahou Church.  9/4:165.

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

                                                Presbyterian Church.  6/2:38-45.

                                                Rev. Henry Williams, C.M.S. Missionary at Whakatane, 1828
                                                             - Lawrence M. Rogers.  6/4:122-124.

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

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

                                                Roman Catholic Church - H.S. Moxham.  6/2:35-37.

                                                Roman Catholic Missionaries First Visit Bay of Plenty.  5.

                                                Salvation Army - Violet A. Rucroft.  6/2:55.

                                                Selwyn's First Visitation to the Bay of Plenty - C.R. Coates.  12/2:55-62.

                                                True of False? - Jinty Rorke.  33/2:122-125.

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

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

Reminiscences of a Drover - Toone Hekamu.  9/4:183-196.

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

The Reminiscences of Joseph Bailey Doidge (1853-1937).  29/2:81-96.

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

Reminiscences of the Tarawera Eruption, 1886.  20/2:74-98.

Reminiscences of Valentine (Taina) Savage, or Tine Savage.  8/1:21-25.

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

Report on Archaeological Investigations at Thornton, Whakatane, Bay of Plenty - F.W.  Shawcross.  13/3:186-192.

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

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

The Rev. Carl Sylvius Volkner - Rev. James H. Parkinson.  37/1:56-57.

Rev. Henry Williams, C.M.S. Missionary at Whakatane, 1828 - Lawrence M. Rogers.  6/4:122-124.

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

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

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

RICHARDSON, A.L. - Pack Trip Down the Whakatane River - Ruatahuna to Ruatoki North, 1962. 10/3:82.

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

A Ride Through the Motu Bush (c.1897) - P. Keegan.  32/2:128-130.

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

RIKIRANGI, TE KOOTI:  Refer TE KOOTI RIKIRANGI

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

River Courses and Shorelines at Whakatane - W.A. Pullar.  11/4:199-202.

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

                       Waioeka Gorge Road Opening - Duncan Shaw.  27/2:108-109.

ROBERTON, J.B.W.      - The Chronology of Maori History.  11/4:193-198.

                                       - The Chronology of Maori Tradition.  12/3:139-143.

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

                                       - Landmarks in Maori History.  19/1:56-65.

                                       - Mataatua Canoe.  14/3:127.

                                       - The Rangiaowhia "Affair" [Correspondence].  23/2:99-100.

                                       - Raumoa.  19/2:137.

                                       - Tauanui Pa, Taneatua [Correspondence].  11/4:214.

                                       - Te Rangi-Houhiri and Tamapahore.  14/1:40-41.

ROCHE, E.B. & PEDERSEN, E.O. - End of a Rabbit Infestation.  23/1:53-55.

ROGERS, Rev. Lawrence M.         - Henry Williams in Eastern Bay of Plenty in 1825 & 1828.  15/1:28-30.

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

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

                                                     - The Purpose of an Historical Society.  6/2:31-34.

                                                     - Rev. Henry Williams, C.M.S. Missionary at Whakatane, 1828. 6/4:122-124.

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

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

Roman Catholic Church - H.S. Moxham.  6/2:35-37.

Roman Catholic Missionaries First Visit Bay of Plenty.  5.

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

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

RORKE, Jinty            - A.H. Whitehouse - An Early Film Pioneer.  32/1:17-23.

                                    - The Carribean Connection.  38/2:84-91.

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

                                    - A Town Hall for Tauranga.  34/2:117-128.

                                    - True or False?  33/2:122-125.

ROSSER, M. - Christmas on White Island, 1927.  33/2:83-90.

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

                   Opening of the Rotoiti Steam Sawmill.  31/1:61-62.

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

ROTOMAHANA:    Painting the Pink and White Terraces - Experiences at Rotomahana - Charles  Blomfield.  18/1:38-40.

                               A Visit to the Pink and White Terraces, 1881.  37/1:58-61.

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

                        Ancient Eruptions, Taupo-Rotorua District.  1.

                        Another Account of a Trip From Rotorua to Te Teko.  5.

                        Auckland to Rotorua by Train and Coach, 1886.  23/2:75-80;  24/1:8-14.

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

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

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

                        Flour Mills of the Lakes District - Cecit Watt.  19/1:21-29.

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

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

                        Pukeroa Hill and the Hospital - Kate Shaw.  34/1:21-23.

                        Rotorua to Whakatane, 1907.  6/3:96.

                        Te Arawa: A Commentary on Don Stafford's History - J.P. Porter.  19/1:44-45.

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

                        We Played the Game - Kate Shaw.  34/2:91-94.

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

                        A Young Tourist in Rotorua in 1910 - P.W. Williamson.  32/2:63-72.

Round Cape Horn in 1876 - C.F. Sharp.  17/1:29-40;  17/2:106-117.

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

The Royal Quarter Guard, Government House, Wellington, 12-13 January 1954 - Martin G. Wilson.  24/1:21-27.

The Royal Society of London - W.A. Pullar.  28/1:53-54.

The Rua Expedition.  11/2:62-71. 

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

RUA KENANA:  Refer KENANA, RUA

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.

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

                                     Maori Wars.  8/2:37-63.

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

                                     Pack Trip Down the Whakatane River - Ruatahuna to Ruatoki North, 1962
                                                - A.L.Richardson.  10/3:82.

                                     Tatahoata Cemetery Reserve, Ruatahuna, Urewera Country, Now Kainaha Cemetery

                                     Historic Reserve - K.W. Moore & R.E. Worboys.  22/1:45-46.

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

                                    The Whitmore Expedition to Ruatahuna, 1869.  10/2:54-56;  10/3:64-78.

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

Ruataupare Meeting House, Kokohinau Marae - H.D. London.  14/1:43.

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

                        Pack Trip Down the Whakatane River - Ruatahuna to Ruatoki North - A.L. Richardson. 10/3:82.

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

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

RUCROFT, Violet A.       - Salvation Army.  6/2:55.

                                       - Some Notes Concerning Whakatane's First White Woman.  8/4:160-162.

                                       - The Story of Mails and Communications In and Around Whakatane
                                                During the Past Hundred Years. 6/4:125-130.

                                       - A Young Man's Adventures in a New Land.  7/4:98-106.

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

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

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

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