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Section 2 E-F

 

A-B   C-D   E-F   G-H   I-J   K-L   M-N   O-P   Q-R   S-T   U-V   W-Z

E

Early Aviation in the Bay of Plenty.  35:26.

Early Aviation in Great Britain - F.E.T. Hewlett [Talk on].  35:24-26.

Early Colonial.  3:9-11.

Early History - E.T. Jordan.  53:2-7.

The Early History of Electric Power Development in Tauranga - Lloyd Mandeno.  29:6-14.

Early History of Raglan - Philip L.B. Williams.  52:8-10.

Early History of Tauranga'a Library (1871-1897) - E.D. Graham.  22:3-7.

Early Life on Great Mercury Island (Often Called Ahuahu).  45:34-36;  46:38-41.

Early Maori History of the Tauranga District - J.P. Porter.  42:24-25.

The Early Missionary Period in Tauranga - C.W. Vennell [Talk on].  40:27-32.

Early Otumoetai and Judea - Kate Ainsworth.  43:17-19.

Early Otumoetai: Corrections - A.H. Matheson.  45:19.

Early Place Names [Mt. Maunganui] - "Spain".  28:15.

Early Racing Personalities and Horses - G.K. Prebble.  59:13-17.

Early Tauranga Schools - J.H. Sheath.  28:22.

Early Tauranga Visitors - A.H. Matheson.  51:21-30.

Early Te Puke - S.G. Taylor.  55:3-5.

The Early Timber Industry at Oropi - Arthur Gamman [Talk on].  41:36-37.

Early Visitors to Tauranga - C.W. Vennell.  27:2-6;  28:3-8;  29:2-6.

Early Whakamarama - V. Macmillan.  22:17-19.

EAST COAST:  Historic Pohutukawa Tree at Te Araroa, East Coast.  4:17-19.

                         Historical Notes on the North Island East Coast Main Trunk Railway.  30:14-20.

                         The Meaning of Maori Place Names of Railway Stations on the Thames-East Coast Line.  1:1;  2:1.

                         Small Grazing Run No. 92 - R.D. Cresswell [Talk on].  52:2-3.

Echoes of Gate Pa Centenary.  20:20, 38.

Echoes of the Long Ago.  36:21-23.

EDUCATION:  A Clear Case of Arson - H.W. Matthews.  29:21.

                     Early Tauranga Schools - J.H. Sheath.  28:22.

                     Education [Kati Kati].  53:51.

                     Education in Tauranga  - Earliest Times to 1946 - L.A. Lorrigan.  42:9-13.

                     First Post - K. Joan Mirrielees.  58:25-28.

                     "Hillsdene" Tradition ... Education - George B. Wilkinson.  63:5-10.

                     My Early Otumoetai School Days - Max Yerex.  62:22-24.

                     The Suburb Arataki.  28:23-24.

                     Tauranga Primary School - Anne Hyde.  62:24-25.

                     An Unidentified Mission School Report - D.H. Maxwell.  28:24-26;  29:20.

Edward Gibbon Wakefield's Sister-in-Law - F.A. Eustace.  46:32.

The Eel of Te Ranga.  54:5.

Efforts Towards a Tauranga Museum - Geoff Russell.  65:8.

Eighty Years On - W.E. Morris.  49:17-20.

The Elms Historic Family Home Preservation Trust Inc. - D.H. Maxwell.  18:5-9.

ENDEAVOUR:  H.M. Bark Endeavour:  A Ship Careened - B. Sladden & L.W. Melvin.  10:1-7.

ENEVOLDSEN, Betty - Tauranga Co-operative Dairy Company.  60:42-45.

The Engima of Captain Cook.  37:28-32.

The Eruption - Emily Way.  56:28-29.

HMS ESK:  The Story of Gate Pa.  45:5-7

European Exploration of the South Pacific Before Cook - J.P. Porter.  37:18-24.

EUSTACE, Major F.A.  - Edward Gibbon Wakefield's Sister-in-Law.  46:32.

                                    - The Restoration of the Japanese Emperor.  34:17-18.

                                    - The Story of Tupia, Cook's Polynesian Interpreter.  37:24-26.

                                    - Ur of the Chaldees [Talk on].  38:11-13.

Events Leading to Hongi Hika's Attack on Mokoia Island, April 1823.  44:34-37.

Extract From a Letter to Mrs R.C. Trail, Te Puna, From Mr Arthur Hill, Now of Island Bay, Wellington. 29:24;  32:43.

Eyewitness Account of the Action at the Gate Pah - Col. W. Clark.  19:22-25. 

F

"Fairlight" (One of Tauranga's Historic Homes) - Lynette Harpham.  59:8-12;  66:14-16.

The Family of John Lees Faulkner.  36:7-12.

Family Reminiscences of Te Papa in 1894 and of Heni Pore, the "Heroine of Gate Pa" - Violet Simons. 19:25-27.

Far-Off, Disastrous and Unattainable Things [Cook].  37:39-40.

FARMING:   Cobalt Deficiency in the Tauranga District - Winton H. Poole.  43:20-22.

                    Dairying [Kati Kati].  53:55-56.

                    The Homeward Trust - Helen Silson.  59:23-24.

                    Poultry Farming [Kati Kati].  53:59.

                    A Revolution in Farming - A.W. Hansen.  53:55.

Father John Baptist Becker and the Mill Hill Missionaries - W. McGrath.  46:33-36.

FAULKNER, A.E. - Growth of Communications and Transport, Tauranga.  20:25-27.

FAULKNER, CHRISTOPHER:  Christopher Faulkner (1852-1936).  16:12-14.

FAULKNER, C.R. - Tauranga Harbour Ferries [Talk on].  35:28-30.

FAULKNER, JOHN LEES:   The Family of John Lees Faulkner.  36:7-12.

                                           John Lees Faulkner (1811-1882) Trader and Pioneer - Ernest E. Bush. 16:9-12.

FAULKNER, Ron - Judea Saleyards.  65:4.

FAULKNER, Ross - An Old Matakana Island Resident - Mrs Annie Kuka (1840-1942).  25:22-23.

FAULKNER PARK:  Opening of Faulkner Park - Jenny Seddon.  65:3.

First Annual Chrysanthemum Show.  3:16.

First Post - K. Joan Mirrielees.  58:25-28.

First White Settlement of Omokoroa - Verna M. Dowrick.  26:6-8.

FIRTH, JOSIAH:  Josiah Firth of Matamata - Charles Haslock.  61:16-17.

FITZGERALD, Maurice - The Battle of Taumatawiwi, 1830.  10:8-16.

FLAXMILLING:  Early Flax Traders Around Tauranga - Kathleen Fletcher.  59:24-26.

                           The Versatility of Flax - Hinemanu Ohia.  60:12-13.

The Fleet Question - J.W. Steedman.  56:18-21.

FLETCHER, Kathleen  - The Continuing Story of the Moriori - The Tangata Whenua.  55:9.

                                   - Early Flax Traders Around Tauranga.  59:24-26.

                                   - Kauri and Ongare Points.  55:37.

FLETCHER, Norman - Tauranga Big Game Fishing Club (Inc.).  61:24-25.

FLOURMILLING:  Flour Mills on the Wanganui River - Donal Bell.  65:24-26.

                             Waimapu Flour Mill.  3:Back Cover.

"The Flute, Auckland Museum" - Kathleen Hawkins.  48:2-3.

FOLEY, JANE:  Family Reminiscences of Te Papa in 1864 and of Heni Pore, the "Heroine of Gate Pa"
                               - Violet Macmillan.  19:25-27.

                         Heni Pore Writes to the Newspaper.  19:28-29.

FORESTRY:    The Early Timber Industry at Oropi - Arthur Gamman [Talk on].  41:36-37.

                        Kati Kati State Forest.  48:20.

                        The Kauri Industry of Northland - L.A. Hawkins [Talk on].  41:35-36.

                        The Matakana Milling and Export Corporation - W.E. Morris.  39:32-34.

                        Timber [Kati Kati].  53:57-58.

Forts of the Imperial Troops.  1:7;  5:8A-D;  6:7;  66:5-8.

FOSTER, Michael - Bay of Plenty Headlines, 1967 [Talk on].  32:41-43.

The Foundations of the Royal New Zealand Navy - J. O'C. Ross.  37:8-10.

The Founding of the British Navy.  36:27-29.

From the Diary of M.L. Tollemache.  46:13.

From the Journal of Ensign Best - Sidelight on the Treaty of Waitangi - A.J. Page.  59:31-32.

From Mission Carpenter to Brewer - E.E. Bush.  54:13-14.

From the Newspapers.  55:29-30.

Full Circle:  A Selection of Writings Referring to Tauranga Over the Last 100 Years.  17:28-30.

Further Notes on Some Published Articles - R.D. Cresswell.  45:31-32.

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