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WADMORE, J.C.   - Murupara Carvings.  2:Newsletter 11.

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

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

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

WAIHI:  Working Around the North Island, 1890-1920 - Patrick Keegan.  38/1:46-61.

The Waikare River, Urewera - W.A. Pullar.  11/3:163.

WAIKAREMOANA, LAKE:  Skin Divers Find Barges in Lake Waikaremoana - Nancy Jones.  21/2:95-97.

WAIKATO:     The Diary of Francis Jorton Foster.  36/2:63-72.

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

WAIMANA:     How Waimana Got its Name - Rangi Rakuraku.  27/2:107-108.

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

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

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

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

                        Waimana Settlement - the Years Before - Bernard Sladden.  10/3:95-98.

                        Waimana Valley, 25 Years of Settlement.  39/2:87-94.

                        Waimana's Early Days.  31/2:120-123.

                        Waimana's Golden Jubilee.  5.

                        Whakatane, Opouriao and Waimana Visited 1880-1882.  22/1:3-13.

Waimapu Flour Mill - A.C. Bellamy.  38/1:62-66.

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

                        Opotiki History - Agnes J. McCallion.  16/1:46-49.

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

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

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

WAIOHAU:    Further Memories of Waiohau.  22/1:38-39, 43.

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

WAIOTAHI:    Early Days in the Waiotahi Valley - Dorothy Du Pontet.  12/2:63-71.

                        Historical Background of Waiotahi Exchange.  22/2:129.

                        Opotiki History.  18/1:41-43.

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

                        The Valley of the Waiotahi.  36/2:125-126.

WAIOTAPU:  Visit to Waiotapu Prison Camp.  36/1:57-62.

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

                        St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Wairaka, Whakatane - Dennis Horrigan.  35/2:112-126.

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

                        The Wairaka Statue - H.D. London.  13/3:196-198.

SS WAIRARAPA:  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.

WAIRERE WATERFALL (Whakatane):   Flax, Flour and the Wairere Waterfall - A. van der Wouden. 35/2:73-78.
                                             (Tauranga):     Wairere Waterfall.  2:Newsletter 14.

WAIRUA, PETA   - The Siege of Koka-a-Kuku Pa.  10/1:11-12.

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

WAITANGI, TREATY OF:     Historical Background to the Treaty of Waitangi - I.S. McHarg.  2.

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

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

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

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

Wakas (Canoes).  2.

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

A Walk to the Whakatane Heads.  1.

WALKER, JAMES & MARIA:  James and Maria Walker.  12/4:162-164.

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

WALTHEW, D. - If Only.  34/1:24-26.

WALTON, A. - A Storepit Site (N77/574) at Kawerau.  29/2:71-79.

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

WARD, A.D. - The History of the East Coast Trust.  6/4:107-115.

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

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

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

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

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

WATT, Cecil   - Flour Mills in the Lakes District.  19/1:21-29.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

WELLINGTON:  An Early Victorian New Zealand Diary - Thornton Marshall.  16/1:22-37;  16/2:109-124.

WESTGATE, Errol J.  - American Soldiers Visit Whakatane, 1943.  40/2:117-118.

                                       - The Cost of Recording History [Editorial].  25/1:iii.

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

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

                                       - The Te Teko Post Office 1879-1980.  28/2:94-99.

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

                                       - Whakatane Agricultural & Pastoral Association 75th Anniversary.  32/1:42-47.

                                       - Whakatane Museum - A New Era.  39/2:102-113.

                                                 - Your Museum and the Antiquities Bill, 1975 [Editorial].  23/1:i.

WESTON, ERNEST:  A Young Man's Adventures in a New Land - V.A. Rucroft.  7/4:98-106.

Whakaari-Awakeri Hot Springs.  4.

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

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

WHAKAREWAREWA:   Geology of Whakarewarewa State Forest Park - Philip Andrews.  31/2:106-110.

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

WHAKATANE:          Age of Buried Trees in Whakatane Borough - W.A. Pullar.  11/3:164;  11/4:211.

                                    American Soldiers Visit Whakatane, 1943 - Errol Westgate.  40/2:117-118.

                                    Ancient Pa Sites Along the Hills.  1.

                                    Ana-o-Muriwai  (Princess Muriwai Cave) - W.A. Pullar.  9/4:192-194.

                                    Archaeology at Whakatane - K.W. Moore.  21/2:113-122;  22/1:50-63.

                                    As I Remember Whakatane - Mrs Maggie Pearson.  14/1:11-14.

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

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

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

                                    The Church Missionary Society in Whakatane and Eastern Bay of Plenty District 1828-1903 - C.R. Coates.  1.

                                    Commerce Street Reminiscences.  14/1:15-16.

                                    The Diary of W. Franklin-Brown.  22/1:17-29.

                                    Early Attempts to Demolish Pohaturoa Rock.  5.

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

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

                                    Fifty Years of the Beacon - Anton van der Wouden.  37/1:55.

                                    Flax, Flour and the Wairere Waterfall - A. van der Wouden.  35/2:73-78.

                                    Float-Plane Lights on Whakatane Estuary - H.D. London.  18/1:53-54.

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

                                    Geological History of the Whakatane District - J. Healy.  15/1:9-27.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

                                    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.  15/3:160-166.

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

                                    A Maori Sand Burial Ground [Opihi].  5.

                                    Memorial Shelter at Pohaturoa Rock.  1.

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

                                    [Memories of Mr R.S. Tulley].  14/4:xxv.

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

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

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

                                    Notes on Whakatane.

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

                                    An Old Relic (Mill Stone).  1.

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

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

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

                                    Pataka Kuwaha From Whakatane.  2:Newsletter 17.

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

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

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

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

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

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

                                    St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Wairaka, Whakatane - Dennis Horrigan.  35/2:112-126.

                                    Ships of Other Days.  1.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

                                    A Tradition Concerning Toi.  4.

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

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

                                    The Wairaka Statue - H.D. London.  13/3:196-198.

                                    Wairere Waterfall.  2:Newsletter 14.

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

                                    A Walk to Whakatane Heads.  1. 

                                    Whakatane Agricultural & Pastoral Association 75th Anniversary - E.J. Westgate. 32/1:42-47.

                                    Whakatane Airport - H.D. London.  9/1:22-23.

                                    Whakatane to Awakeri Springs.  1.

                                    Whakatane Chronicles.  25/1:27-30.

                                    The Whakatane Crete Veterans Association - Walter Gibbons.  40/1:29-33.

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

                                    Whakatane Flooding, 1965.  13/1:34.

                                    Whakatane Golf Club.  12/3:xxxii.

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

                                    Whakatane Museum - A New Era - Errol J. Westgate.  39/2:102-113.

                                    Whakatane Museum Note.  35/1:59.

                                    Whakatane to Ohope.  1.

                                    Whakatane, Opouriao and Waimana Visited 1880-1882.  22/1:3-13.

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

                                    Whakatane Rowing Club.  4.

                                    Whakatane Threatened in 1868.  1; 4; 5.

                                    Whakatane's Early Newspapers. 4.

                                    Whakatane's First Bridge - A. van der Wouden.  32/2:125-127.

                                    Whakatane's First Hospital - C.R. Coates.  4.

                                    Whakatane's First Post Office.  3:Newsletter 30.

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

                                    Whakatane's New Wharf - Ohiwa Harbour.  5.

                                    Working Around the North Island, 1890-1920 - Patrick Keegan.  38/1:46-61.

WHAKATANE, M.V.:  The MV Whakatane - Tiena Jordan.  38/1:39-41.                            

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

WHALE ISLAND:   End of a Rabbit Infestation - E.O. Pedersen & E.B. Roche.  23/1:53-55.

                                 The Height of Whale Island.  5.

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

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

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

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

                                 Whale Island.  22/1:46.

                                 Whale Island, or Motuhora - H.D. London.  4.

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

WHANGAPARAOA:  Outline History of the Whangaparaoa District, Cape Runaway.  14/4:139-143.

Wharau-Rangi Pa.  1.

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

WHATMAN, A.C.W. - Following Seccombe.  10/1:14-15.

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

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

Where Every Prospect Pleases - C.W.I.  13/3:177-178.

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

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

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

WHITE FAMILY:  George and Bennett White - Douglas Chitty.  11/4:178-184.

                              George and Bennett White [Correspondence].  12/2:93.

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

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

WHITE, H.G.D.          - The Diary of Alfred Parkinson.  20/1:28-35.

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

                                    - Military Activities in the Opotiki District in 1870.  20/1:41-45.

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

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

WHITE ISLAND:  Analysis of White Island.  5.

                          A Botanist  at White Island in 1826.  Alan Cunningham's Diary - A.H. Matheson.  22/1:40-43.

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

                          Crown Ownership of White Island.  5.

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

                          The Gannets of White Island - W.T. Parham.  18/2:104-108, 110.

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

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

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

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

                          Post Office on White Island.  4.

                          Some Aspects of Activity of White Island Volcano, 1967-1978 - R.H. Clark.   27/1:2-7.

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

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

                          Volcanic Activity on White Island.  27/2:112.    

                          Volcano Divers - Wade Doak.  23/1:48-52.

                          Whakaari-Awakeri Hot Springs.  4.

                          White Island.  3:Newsletter 23.

                          White Island - H.D. London.  4.

                          White Island Activity.  26/1:54.

                          White Island Proclaimed a Private Scenic Reserve.  5.

                          The White Island Trench.  5.

                          White Island Visited in 1894.  21/1:39-43.

                          White Island, or Whakaari - Bernard Sladden.  1.

                          Will White Island Explode? - W.T. Parham.  22/1:48-49.

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

White Pine Bush, Whakatane West - Violet A. Rucroft & C.A. Huygens.  8/3:115.

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

WHITMORE, MAJOR GENERAL SIR GEORGE:  Maori Wars.  8/2:37-57, 64-65.

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

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

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

WI REPA, DR T. - Notes on the Tipunas.  6/1:9-16.

WICKHAM, Max P.J.  - The Tasman Tree Nursery at Te Teko.  28/2:115.

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

Will White Island Explode? - W.T. Parham.  22/1:48-49.

WILLIAMS, HENRY:    Henry Williams in Eastern Bay of Plenty - Lawrence M. Rogers.  15/1:28-30.

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

                                      "Te Wiremu" by Rev. Lawrence M. Rogers - E.E. Bush [Book Review].  21/2:132-135.

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

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

WILSON, DR EDWARD:     Dr Edward Wilson's Diary, 1904 [Correspondence].  17/2:135.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

                                  - Tuwhare House.  9/1:11-12.

WITHERS, PAKI:  Paki Withers Still Going Strong.  12/4:172-173.

WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION:  Bringing Temperance to the Bay, 1914  - Florence Harsant.  30/2:110-120.

WOODBERRY, Mrs May Sen. - Early Otakiri Farming - From a Woman's Point of View.  25/2:91-93.

WOODHOUSE, Alice - William Colenso [Correspondence].  10/1:17.

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

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

The Working Life of a Field Scientist - W.A. Pullar.  31/1:35-42.

World Climatic Conditions - B.C. Adam.  2.

WORLD WAR II:  Coastwatching in the Auckland Islands, 1941-1942 - Bruce Evetts.  40/2:79-91.

                              The Whakatane Crete Veterans Association - Walter Gibbons.  40/1:29-33.

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

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

                                               - The Coaster Tuhoe.  34/2:101-116.

                                               - The Early Ferries in the Whakatane District.  31/1:43-56.

                                               - Earthquakes in the Bay of Plenty.  29/1:51-53.

                                               - Fifty Years of the Beacon.  37/1:55.

                                               - Flax, Flour and the Wairere Waterfall.  35/2:73-78.

                                               - Flourmilling in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.  32/2:73-87.

                                               - The Freezing Industry in the Bay of Plenty.  33/1:1-15.

                                               - Glass Artefacts.  27/2:110-112.

                                                - Hallett's Flaxmill.  25/2:68-77.

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

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

                                                - The Motu Tragedy.  39/1:59-60.

                                                - Noah Jonassen - The Aerial King.  40/1:1-7.

                                                - The Ohiwa Ferry.  34/1:11-20.

                                                - "Tauranga 1882-1982" ed. by A.C. Bellamy [Book Review].  30/1:64.

                                                - Te Houhi, the Land, the People and the School.  28/1:2-17.

                                                - Te Teko 1840-1920.  28/2:74-86.

                                                - The Te Teko Hotel.  28/2:100-101.

                                                - Te Teko and the Railway.  28/2:112-113.

                                                - The Te Teko River Crossing.  28/2:91-93.

                                                - Temperance, or the Lack of it, at Opotiki, 1889-1891.  38/1:32-38.

                                                - The Unfloatable Opotiki Steam Shipping Co. Ltd.  37/1:50-54.

                                                - The Whakatane District Museum.  28/1:51-53.

                                                - Whakatane's First Bridge.  32/2:125-127.

                                                - Wharves on the Ohiwa Harbour.  40/2:102-107.

                                                - Where was Mataatua Built?  40/2:99-101.

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

WRIGG, HARRY CHARLES WILLIAM:  A Contested New Zealand Cross - W.T. Parham.  34/1:42-44.
 

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