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

St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Wairaka, Whakatane - Dennis Horrigan.  35/2:112-116.

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

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

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

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

SARICH, Claude - The Worst Hell on Earth.  21/1:44-46.

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

Schoolboy - Cradle to College - C.T. Brown.  33/1:52-58.

SCHOOLS:  Refer EDUCATION

The Schooner John Dunscombe.  5.

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

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

SCOTT, Andrew S.     - Archaeology in Mexico and Central America.  14/4:150-153.

                                  - The Elusive Toroa of Mataatua Canoe.  17/1:67-69.

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

SECCOMBE, T. Thorne       - Additional Information Concerning Umuhika Mill.  7/2:46-48.

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

                                           - Farming at Rewarau, Opouriao District 1897-1906.  12/1:3-18.

                                           - Pioneering Days at Orete Point, Better Known as Waihau Bay, East Cape.
                                                                  11/1:3-19;  11/2:87-112.

                                           - Tarawera Sulphur Mine.  7/1:20.

                                           - The Waimana-Ruatoki-Galatea Track.  5.

SELWYN, BISHOP:  Bishop Selwyn at Whakatane, 1845.  21/2:123-124.

                                    Bishop Selwyn's Visit to Taupo, 1843.  Appendix to "Building a Mission Station".  6/3:79-80.

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

SENIOR, WILLIAM:  A Visit to the Bay of Plenty in 1878.  40/1:17-28.

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

The Settlement of Opouriao - H.D. London.  4.

The Settlements of Waimana and Nukuhou - R.A. Bell.  26.2:97-99.

SHARP, Constance Fleetwood - Round Cape Horn in 1876.  17/1:29-40; 17/2:106-117.

SHAW, Brenda - Memories of Brenda and Daniels Shaw.  25/1:43-47.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

SHEAT, A.J. - Whakatane's Freezing Works.  6/4:132-133.

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

SHEEHAN, J.R. – The Case of Mrs Ngoungou, nee Caroline Perrett.  14/1:28-38.

Sheep Farming in the New Zealand Bush - Philip Williamson.  33/2:106-117.

SHIPPING:     Account of a Return Trip - New Zealand to Denmark, 1884.  26/1:46-53;  27/1:21-41.

                        Captain Charles Baker, 1839-1883 - A. van der Wouden.  30/2:121-123.

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

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

                        The Coaster Tuhoe - A. van der Wouden.  34/2:101-116.

                        Coastwise Steamers.  22/2:126-128.

                        SS Daphne - The Occasional Caller - Cliff Furniss.  29/1:44-46.

                        Details of the Wreck of the SS Tasman.  9/1:19-20.

                        Diary of a Voyage From Greenock to Auckland per Oamaru to Port  Chalmers
                                        Thence per SS Wairarapa to Auckland 1882-1883.  21/1:3-17.

                        Dividing Ship's Shares as Between Owners - Cliff Furniss.  27/2:106.

                        The Early Ferries in the Whakatane District - A. van der Wouden.  31/1:43-56.

                        Explanation of Nautical Terms.  Appendix to "The Wrecking of HMS Buffalo in 1840"
                                        - Cliff Furniss.  26/2:68-71, 74.

                        Faulkner's Ferries - Max Avery.  36/1:16-29;  36/2:73-86.

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

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

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

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

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

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

                        The Ohiwa Ferry - A. van der Wouden.  34/1:11-20.

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

                        HMS Pandora in the Bay of Plenty, 1882 - A.H. Matheson.  18/2:62-79.

                        The Passing of an Era.  8/3:85-95.

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

                        The Schooner John Dunscombe.  5.

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

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

                        Ships of Other Days.  1.

                        The Taking of the Haweis, 1829.  5.

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

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

                        The Troubled SS Tasman - Cliff Furniss.  27/2:99-100.

                        The Unfloatable Opotiki Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. - Anton van der Wouden.  37/1:50-54.

                        Was Young Nick's Head the First Piece of Land Seen by Captain Cook and his Crew?  18/2:109-110.

                        Wharves on the Ohiwa Harbour - A. van der Wouden.  40/2:102-107.

                        The MV Whakatane - Tiena Jordan.  38/1:39-41.

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

A Short History of the Exploration and Survey of the Motu River - R.A. Cresswell & W.N. Bishop.  9/2:33-37.

A Short History of Opotiki to 1918.  15/2:127-139.

A Short History of Tikitere - C. Watt.  13/3:137-143.

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

SIMPSON, T.A. - Bush Shanties in the Days of Yore.  33/2:101-105.

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

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

Site Recording and Surveying in the Opotiki District - H.G.D. White.  19/2:133-134.

Site Recording in the Whakatane District - A.D. Mabon, W.A. Pullar & K.W. Moore.  12/2:72-75.

Sketch of a Canoe - D.B.D.  26/2:113-115.

Sketches of New Zealand, 1837 - A.H. Matheson.  30/2:68-109.

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

SLADDEN, Bernard    - Waimana Settlement - The Years Before.  10/3:95-98.

                                       - White Island or Whakaari.  1.

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

SMITH, Robert M.  - Fratricide at Owhakatoro.  11/1:23-27.

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

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

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

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

SMITH, Una Lynette - Life in a King Country Saw-Milling Village: Te Koura, 1929-1937.  25/1:51-53.

Social Life at Opepe - Now a Ghost Town.  5.

Soils of the Te Teko Locality - W.A. Pullar. 29/1:12-18.

Some Aspects of Activity of White Island Volcano, 1967-1975 - R.H. Clark.  27/1:2-7.

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

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

Some Eurpoean History of Lake Okareka District - John E.L. Evans.  28/1:17-27.

Some Facts Concerning Whakatane's First White Woman - Violet A. Rucroft.  8/4:160-162.

Some Historic Landmarks at Ahikereru, Now Called Te Whaiti.  11/3:167.

Some Local Proverbs.  10/1:7, 9.

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

Some Notes Concerning Fort Galatea.  5.

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

Some Notes on the Investigation of the Flour Mill at Umuhika - W.T. Parham.  7/1:21-22.

Some Notes of the Marae Mahaitae, Tahiti - H.D. Wilson.  11/3:165-166.

Some Recollections of the Poole Family - Wynnton H. Poole.  34/1:32-41.

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

Some Reminiscences of Early Whakatane - Mrs C.S. Armstrong.  5; 14/1:7-10.

South African War 1899-1902.  4.

SOUTHLAND:  The Discovery and Early Settlement of Otago and Southland - Bruce C. Adam.  5;   20/1:1-18, 55.

SPACE EXPLORATION:  The Eagle Has Landed - J.H. Duthie.  17/2:118-119.

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

                         - Tobacco Growing at Te Teko.  28/2:108-111.

                         - The Te Teko Cannery.  28/2:102-107.

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

Squabbles About Pohaturoa - The Rock.  29/2:115-120.

SS STAFFA:  A Visit to White Island.  33/2:118-120.

STAFFORD, D.M.  - A Brief Traditional History of Pakotore.  Appendix to "The Excavations at Paengaroa, 1959".  7/4:84-85.

                                 - Date of First Engagement Between Arawa and Tairawhiti Expedition, 1864 [Correspondence].  12/2:92.

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

                                 - The Tai Rawhiti Expedition.  15/1:75-86.

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

STARNES, Rev. H.J.  - Colenso and the Bay of Plenty.  9/4:154-166.

                                      - Elsdon Best.  7/3:51-58.

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

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

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

                                      - Te Whaiti Nui-a-Toi Maori Boy's School.  15/3:177-179.

STEERS, Cecil H.V. - These Days It's the "Express Loggers".  21/1:28-31.

STEWART, A.O.    - Pohaturoa, the Sacred Rock of Whakatane.  1.

                                - The Story of Te Tahi-o-te-Rangi.  A Legend.  1; 10/1:2-4.

STEWART, J.T. - A Trip in Northern New Zealand, July-August 1857.  32/1:48-58.

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

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

A Storepit Site (N77/574) at Kawerau - K.W. Moore.  29/2:71-79.

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

The Story of an Enterprise.  The History of the Whakatane Board Mills Ltd. - W.G. Clavis.  17/1:41-55.

A Story of the Good Old Days.  26/1:28.

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

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

The Story of Tamahae - John Waititi.  15/2:142-146.

The Story of Te Tahi-o-te-Rangi.  A Legend - A.O. Stewart.  1; 10/1:2-4.

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

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

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

[Street Names – Whakatane.]  14/1:2-6.

STUDT, F.E. - Are We Sitting on a Volcano?  8/3:132-136.

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

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

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

Sugar Sorghum - H.D. London.  23/1:56-57.

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

A Surveyor Takes a Holiday - Archibald H. Bogle.  24/1:15-17.

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

SYBIL, (Launch):  The Nichols Family Moves House - Pat MacDonald.  31/1:57-60.

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TAHAWAI, PERANIKO:  Relics of Fort Galatea.  22/1:47.

TAHITI:  Some Notes on the Marae Mahaitae, Tahiti - H.D. Wilson.  11/3:165-166.

TAIAPA, PINE:  [Maori Carver].  2:Newsletters 15, 17.

TAIRAWHITI:              Date of First Engagement Between Arawa and Tairawhiti Expedition,  1864

                                     D.M. Stafford [Correspondence].  12/2:92.

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

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

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

The Taking of the Haweis, 1829.  5.

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

Tales of a Drover - L.A.D.  26/2:95-96.

Tales of an Early Commercial Traveller - R. Thomas.  25/1:18-27.

TAMAHAE:  The Story of Tamahae - John Waititi.  15/2:142-146.

Tamatea-ki-Huatahi Dining Hall - C. Kingsley-Smith.  14/3:125.

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

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

TANEATUA:      Continuing on to Taneatua.  1.

                            Fossils at Taneatua and Ohope Beach.  5.

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

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

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

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

                            A Pioneer Remembers [Mr C. Garlick].  29/1: 39-43.

                            Records of Earlier Days - H.D. London.  25/1:31-36.

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

                            Taneatua - Guardian of the Gorge.  11/4:189-192.

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

                            Taneatua School Diamond Jubilee.  5:Newsletter 48.

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

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

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

The Tangata Whenua - K.W. Moore. 28/2:63-67.

TAPSELL, HANS:  Tapsell's Trip From Mokoia to Te Kupenga - K.W. Moore.  13/2:89.

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

TAPSELL, WAHA WAHA HORI PEREPE:  The Cyclist of Maketu  - Monica B. Holloway.  32/1:60-61.

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

Tapsell's Trip From Mokoia to Te Kupenga - K.W. Moore.  13/2:89.

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

TARAWERA:  Echo of Tarawera Eruption - June 10, 1886.  4:Newsletter 34.

                         Echoes of the Tarawera Eruption from Te Puke.  34/1:49-56.

                         Maori Rock Paintings at Lake Tarawera.  5.

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

                         The Tarawera Eruption.  13/2:77.

                         The Tarawera Eruption - Henry Tacy Clarke.  14/2:52-58.

                         The Tarawera Eruption, 1886 - Ernest E. Bush.  25/1:54-58.

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

                         The Tarawera Eruption as Observed From Opotiki.  18/1:54-56.

                         Tarawera Sulphur Mine - T. Thorne Seccombe.  5; 7/1:20.

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

SS TASMAN:    Details of the Wreck of the SS Tasman.  9/1:19-20.

The Troubled SS Tasman - Cliff Furniss.  27/2:99-100.

The Tasman Tree Nursery - W.A. Pullar.  28/2:114.

The Tasman Tree Nursery at Te Teko - Max Wickham.  28/2:115.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

                        Further Moa Discoveries at Taupo.  11/1:50.

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

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

                        Tia - The First Discoverer of Taupo.  Appendix to "Building a Mission Station".  6/3:83.

                        A Trip From Opotiki to Taupo in 1896.  5.

TAURANGA:   Arrival of the First Motor Car in Tauranga - A.C. Bellamy.  32/1:28-30.

                          Barbreck House - G. McKenzie.  33/1:50-51.

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

                          Early Low Coast Housing in Tauranga - A.C. Bellamy.  34/1:28-31.

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

                          The Eiffel Tower Brewery - A.C. Bellamy.  33/1:45-49.

                          Faulkner's Ferries - Max Avery.  36/1:16-29; 36/2:73-86.

                          Flying the Flag at School Not New in Tauranga - A.C. Bellamy.  34/1:45-48.

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

                         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].

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

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

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

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

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

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

                         Some Recollections of the Poole Family - Wynnton H. Poole.  34/1:32-41.

                         Tauranga Centennial History Award.  31/2:124.

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

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

                         A Wartime Visit to the Bay of Plenty - W.T. Parham.  37/2:71-75;  38/1:42-45.

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

                         Tauranga's Water Supply - A.C. Bellamy.  32/2:100-105.

TAYLOR, Alan - Maori Burial and Cremation in the Manukau Area.  14/4:154-156.

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

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

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

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

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

TE HAU, Rev. N. - Bishop John Coleridge Patteson.  10/2:54-56.

Te Houhi, the Land, The People and the School - A. van der Wouden.  28/1:2-17.

Te Hurinui Apanui - Elsdon Best.  6/2:56-57.

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

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

                        Te Kaha School in the Eighteen-Seventies and Eighties.  3.

TE KOOTI RIKIRANGI:   A Frenchman's Gallant Stand Against Te Kooti - H.D. London.  4.

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

                                          The Mill Farm Engagement - G. Mair.  1.

                                          Te Kooti Rikirangi.  5.

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

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

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

TE MAHOE:   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.

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

TE PAERATA, AHUMAI:  Whakapapa of Ahumai Te Paerata - Pei te Hurinui Jones.  12/2:79.

TE PAERATA, Hitiri - The Battle of Orakau, 1864.  21/2:100-107.

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

Te Porere Engagement, 1869.  3:Newsletter 26.

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

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

TE PUKE:  Echoes of the Tarawera Eruption From Te Puke.  34/1:49-56.

Te Puta-o-Paretauhinu, Mercury Bay - A.H. Phillips [Correspondence].  17/1:77-78.

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

TE TAHI-O-TE-RANGI:   The Story of Te Tahi-o-te-Rangi.  A Legend - A.O. Stewart.  1; 10/1:2-4.

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

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

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

                    Early Te Teko Land Sale.  5.

                    Exotic Forest Plantations in the Te Teko Area - E.G. Manktelow.  28/2:116-118.

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

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

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

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

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

                    Soils in the Te Teko Locality - W.A. Pullar.  29/1:12-18.

                    The Tangata Whenua - K.W. Moore.  28/2:63-67.

                    The Tasman Tree Nursery - W.A. Pullar.  28/2:114.

                    The Tasman Tree Nursery at Te Teko - Max Wickham.  28/2:115.

                    Te Teko.  1.

                    The Te Teko Cannery - A.R. Speirs.  28/2:102-107.

                    Te Teko Carnival, 1872.  Appendix to "Te Teko 1840-1920".  28/2:90.

                    Te Teko 1840-1920 - A. van der Wouden.  28/2:74-86.

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

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

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

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

                    Te Teko to Opepe in 1891 - Robert Price.  5.

                    The Te Teko Post Office - E.J. Westgate.  28/2:94-99.

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

                    The Te Teko River Crossing - A. van der Wouden.  28/2:91-93.

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

                    Te Teko's Troublesome Pigs.  Appendix to "Te Teko 1840-1920".  28/2:88-89.

                    Tobacco Growing at Te Teko - A.R. Speirs.  28/2:108-111.

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

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

Te Waho-o-te-Rangi.  14/1:42.

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

TE WHAITI:     Some Historic Landmarks at Ahikereru, Now Called Te Whaiti.  11/3:167.

                        Te Whaiti.  3:Newsletter 26.

                        Te Whaiti-Nui-a-Toi Maori Boys' School - J.H. Starnes.  15/3:177-179.

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

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

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

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

TEESDALE, Bill - St. John’s Methodist Church, King Street, Kopoepeo.  29/1:33-38.

Temperance, or Lack of it, at Opotiki, 1889-1891 - A. van der Wouden.  38/1:32-38.

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

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

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

THOMAS, R. - Tales of an Early Commercial Traveller. 25/1:18-27.

Thomas Black:  Early Trader and Settler in the Bay of Plenty - L.W. Melvin.  13/2:105-111.

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

THORNTON:   Brief History of Thornton School.  8/3:108.

                         Maori Carvings Recovered at Thornton - W.A. Pullar.  10/1:15.

                         The Possibilities of Early Polynesian Occupation at Thornton - W.A. Pullar.  9/3:129-130.

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

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

Tia - The First Discoverer of Taupo.  Appendix to "Building a Mission Station".  6/3:83.

TIFFEN, FREDERICK JOHN:  From Hawkes Bay to Whakatane, via Taupo, in 1857.  40/1:46-60.

TIKITERE:  A Short History of Tikitere - C. Watt.  13/3:137-143.

TIMBERMILLING:  The Bay of PlentyTimber Company Limited - William P. Palmer.  39/2:74-83.

                                Bush Shanties in the Days of Yore - T.A. Simpson.  33/2:101-105.

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

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

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

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

                                Working Around the North Island 1890-1920 - Patrick Keegan.  34/2:67-87.

TIPPING, H.N.J.:  Records of Earlier Days - H.D. London.  25/1:31-36.

TIRITIRI MATANGI ISLAND:  If Only - D. Walthew.  34/1:24-26.

TIROHANGA:  Opotiki History - Agnes J. McCallion.  16/1:49-51.

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

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

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

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

Tobacco Growing at Te Teko - A.R. Speirs.  28/2:108-111.

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

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

           Toi's Pa.  1:Newsletters 8 & 9; 2:Newsletter 14.

           A Tradition Concerning Toi.  4.

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

TOONE, H.P. ed. - The Establishment of the Country Women's Institute in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. 22/2:130-132.

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

TOROA:         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.

                       Toroa Pa.  1:Newsletters 8 & 9; 2:Newsletter 14.

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

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

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

A Traction Engine in the Bay of Plenty - A.C. Bellamy.  32/2:88-92.

Tramping in the Urewera (1932) - R. Andrew Fuller.  29/1:24-32.

Tramping Through Tuhoeland:  Reminiscences of a Journey in 1924 - Edgar Burton. 13/3:165-168, 192.

Tramping Through the Ureweras - C.R. Coates.  10/3:85-87.

TRANSPORT:        Arrival of the First Motor Car in Tauranga - A.C. Bellamy.  32/1:28-30.

                              Coaching Days in the Bay of Plenty - J. Diver.  6/3:97-98.

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

                               The Early Ferries in the Whakatane District - A. van der Wouden.  31/1:43-56.

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

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

                                A Traction Engine in the Bay of Plenty - A.C. Bellamy.  32/2:88-92.

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

TRAVEL:    Account of a Return Trip - New Zealand to Denmark, 1884.  26/1:46-53;  27/1:21-41.

                    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.

                    Colenso and the Bay of Plenty - Rev. J.H. Starnes.  9/4:154-166.

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

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

                    Diary of a Voyage From Greenock to Auckland Per Oamaru to Port Chalmers
                                 Thence Per SS Wairarapa to Auckland 1882-1883.  21/1:3-17;  21/2:108-112.      

                    An Excursion to White Island - 60 Years Ago.  5.

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

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

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

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

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

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

                    Opotiki Group Visit Whakatane, 1891.  18/1:44-46.

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

                    Overland From Auckland to Port Nicholson, 1843 - Errol Westgate.  38/1:16-20.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

                    A Surveyor Takes a Holiday - Archibald H. Bogle.  24/1:15-17.

                    Te Teko to Opepe in 1891 - Robert Price.  5.

                    Tramping Through Tuhoeland:  Reminiscences of a Journey in 1924 - Edgar Burton. 13/3:165-168, 192.

                    Tramping Through the Ureweras - C.R. Coates.  10/3:85-87.

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

                    A Trip in Northern New Zealand, July-August 1857 - J.T. Stewart.  32/1:48-58.

                    A Trip From Opotiki to Taupo in 1896.  5.

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

                    A Trip Through the North Island in 1904 by Dr Edward Wilson, Naturalist and Companion of  Capt.
                         Robert F. Scott.  17/1:8-28.

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

                    Two Travellers' Tales of Last Century.  26/1:25-27.

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

                    A Visit to the Bay of Plenty in 1878.  40/1:17-28.

                    A Visit to Opotiki in 1873.  38/2:114-116.

                    A Visit to Opotiki in 1887.  40/2:109-111.

                    A Visit to the Pink and White Terraces, 1881.  38/1:58-61.

                    A Visit to White Island.  33/2:118-120.

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

                    Was Young Nick's Head the First Piece of Land Seen by Captain Cook and His Crew? 18/2:109-110.

                    Whakatane, Opouriao and Waimana Visited 1880-1882.  23/1:3-13.

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

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

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

The Treaty of Waitangi in the Bay of Plenty - Errol J. Westgate.  39/1:44-58.

The Trial of C.O.B. Davis for Sedition - Clem Earp.  36/2:111-124.

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

A Trip From Opotiki to Taupo in 1896.  5.

A Trip in Northern New Zealand, July-August 1857 - J.T. Stewart.  32/1:48-58.

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

A Trip Through the North Island in 1904 by Dr Edward Wilson, Naturalist and Companion to Capt. Robert F. Scott.  17/1:8-28.

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

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

The Troubled SS Tasman - Cliff Furniss.  27/2:99-100.

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

Tuatara - The Classic Survivor - W.T. Parham.  30/1:62-63.

The Tuatara (Ngarara) Bearers for the Models.  14/3:124-125.

TUATI, Te Tawhero - Pohaturoa, the Sacred Rock of Whakatane.  1.

TUHOE, Ship:  The Coaster Tuhoe - A. van der Wouden.  34/2:101-116.

Tuhua (Mayor Island) - E.L. Evans.  19/1:30-34.

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

TUWHARE, Hone   - "Mauri".   10/4:141.

                               - "Not By Wind Ravaged".  10/3:94.

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

The Two James Lind, FRCP, Edinburgh - L.K. Gluckman.  18/1:51-52.

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

Two Prominent Figures in Early Whakatane History - W.T. Parham.  15/1:87-96.

Two Travellers' Tales of Last Century.  26/1:25-27.

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