The gift of tongues : interpreters named in the New Zealand gazette, : an index. Christchurch : E. Ellis, Selective indexes to certain books relating to early New Zealand. Index to Maori names. Wellington : Alexander Turnbull Library, Maori art. Facsim ed. Christchurch : Kiwi Pub, A name and word index to Nga Moteatea.
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Maori paintings : pictures from the Partridge Collection. Toi whakairo : the art of Maori carvings. Painted histories : early Maori figurative painting.
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Nga waka Maori. Conspiracy of Silence. Timothy Bottoms. A Savage Country. Australian Classics. Jane Gleeson-White. The Art of Time Travel. Tom Griffiths. Tasmanian Aborigines. Lyndall Ryan. The Victorian Bush: its 'original and natural' condition. Ron Hateley. Robert Manne. Cannibal Jack. Trevor Bentley. Ludwig Leichhardt. Hans Finger Wilhelm. Mount Buggery to Nowhere Else. Eamon Evans. Matthew Wright. Hellhole Of The Pacific.
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The Dead Do Not Die. Sven Lindqvist. Australia's Writers and Poets: The story of our rich literary heritage. John Miller. Telling Stories. Bain Attwood. The Aboriginal Story of Burke and Wills. Ian Clark. Yorkey's Knob. Pamela Robson. Alison Jones.
Words Between Us. The Cambridge Companion to Travel Writing. Peter Hulme. The Novels of Alex Miller.
Robert Dixon. It's True! Burke and Wills forgot the frying pan David Greagg. The Triumph of Human Empire. Rosalind Williams. Maori Music. Mervyn McLean.
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- Colonial Constructs: European Images of Maori, 1840–1914.
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Abroad : British Literary Traveling between the Wars. Paul Fussell. Richard Neville.
Iwi Katoa - Whakapapa Relating to Many Iwi
The Cambridge Introduction to Travel Writing. Tim Youngs. Outcasts of the Gods? Hazel Petrie. Logan Campbell's Auckland. Russell Stone. Behold the Moon. Peter Entwisle. Fletcher, J. An index drawn from standard printed works such as the Journal of the Polynesian Society, to personal, place, and iwi names. The coloured plates of rafter patterns have been copied and laminated: ask at the desk if you wish to make photocopies. Te Ao hurihuri. Portraits and biographies of many chiefs.
Part 2 - Te kauwae-raro things celestial with many whakapapa tables. Master directory of family trees and whakapapa currently being researched at the Southland Community College. Indexed by family name.
He explains the historical and cultural tradition of carving, its origin and development and tribal variations. A very useful whakapapa source when looking at one's carved tipuna in our whare tipuna. Maps to show meeting-house locations. Origin and development of waka, their spiritual significance, and techniques of navigation. Nga moteatea. Translated by Pei Te Hurunui Jones. Part 1, ; Part 2, ; Part 3 A history in ancient waiata from all tribal areas. Biography in New Zealand.
Especially see "Maori, biographies, and dictionaries" by Stephen O'Regan. Return giving the names etc. Hundreds of names of iwi and of individual people, some with relationships noted. Te Haurapa: an introduction to researching tribal histories and traditions.
Haere ki o koutou tipuna; He poroporoaki; obituaries to Southern people: a dictionary of Otago Southland biography.