The Maori Canoe
Appendix II — List of Authorities Quoted
List of Authorities Quoted
Anderson, G. W.Account of Cook's Voyages. London, 1781.
Angas, G. F. Author of The New Zealanders Illustrated (London, 1847); also of Savage Life and Scenes in Australia and New Zealand (London, 1847).
Anson. Voyage Round the World. London, 1817.
Arago, J. Author of A Narrative of a Voyage Round the World (Freycinet's voyage of 1817-20). London, 1823.
Banks, Sir Joseph. The Journal of this eminent observer gives much interesting information concerning Polynesia and New Zealand, as pertaining to Cook's first voyage. London, 1896.
Barstow, R. C. Author of "The Maori Canoe," a paper published in vol. 11 of the Transactions of the New Zealand Institute. Wellington, N.Z., 1878.
Bayly's Journal. A journal kept by William Bayly, astronomer on H.M.S. "Adventure" (Captain Furneaux) during Captain Cook's second voyage. Published in McNab'sHistorical Records of New Zealand, vol. 2. Wellington, N.Z., 1914.
Beattie, H. Author of papers on the natives of the South Island of New Zealand published in the Journal of the Polynesian Society.
Beauclerc, G. A. Author of a paper on Fijian canoes published in the Transactions of the Fijian Society, 1915.
Becket. The publisher of an anonymous account of Cook's first voyage, entitled Journal of a Voyage Round the World in the "Endeavour."Dublin, 1771.
Bidwill, J. C. Author of Rambles in New Zealand. London, 1841.
Bishop Museum publications. Memoirs, &c., of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Bonar, W. Note on Polynesian canoes published in vol. 10 of the Journal of the Polynesian Society, 1901.
Brees, S. C. Author of Pictorial Illustrations of New Zealand. London, 1848.
Broughton, Lieutenant W. R., of the "Chatham." His account of the discovery of the Chatham Isles on the 29th November, 1791, was published in the account of Vancouver's voyage. London, 1801.
Brown, William. Author of New Zealand and its Aborigines. London, 1845.page 437
Brunner, T. Author of "Journal of an Expedition to Explore the Middle Island of New Zealand," published in Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, vol. 20.
Buller, Rev. J. Author of Forty Years in New Zealand. London, 1878.
Burnett, F. Author of Through Polynesia and Papua. London, 1911.
Byron, Commodore. "An Account of a Voyage Round the World in the Years 1764, 1765, 1766," published in vol. 1 of Hawkes-worth's Voyages. London, 1773.
Carleton, H. Author of The Life of Henry Williams. 1874.
Carteret, Captain P. "An Account of a Voyage Round the World in the Years 1766, 1767, 1768, and 1769," published in Hawkes-worth's Voyages, vol. 1. London, 1773.
Chalmers, J. Missionary and writer of the New Guinea area.
Chatterton, E. K. Author of The Sailing-ship and its Story. London, 1923.
Christian, F. W. Author of The Caroline Islands. London, 1899.
Colenso, William. Author of an essay "On the Maori Races of New Zealand," published in vol. 1 of Transactions of the New Zealand Institute (1875); and of other papers on Maori subjects published in the same series, vols. 1 to 27.
Cook, Captain James. Cook's Voyages contain a great amount of valuable data concerning Polynesia and New Zealand, and the native peoples thereof.
Coote, W. Author of The Western Pacific. London, 1883.
Coppinger, D. R. W. Author of The Cruise of the "Alert," 1878-82. London. 1883.
Crawford, J. C. Author of Recollections of Travel in New Zealand and Australia. London, 1880.
Crooke, W. Author of Natives of Northern India. London, 1907.
Crozet. Author of A Voyage to Tasmania, New Zealand, &c., in 1771-72. English translation by H. Ling Roth. London, 1891.
Cruise of the "Alert." See Coppinger.
Cruise of the "Fawn." (By T. H. Hood.) Edinburgh, 1863.
Cruise of the "St. George." (By G. Fyfe.) Wellington, Salop, 1893.
Cruise, Captain R. A. Author of Journal of Ten Months' Residence in New Zealand. London, 1823.
Dampier, Captain.A New Voyage Round the World. By William Dampier. London, 1689.
Darwin, Charles. In his Naturalist's Voyage Round the World (London, 1860) Darwin devotes a few pages to New Zealand.
Davis, C. O. Author of The Life and Times of Patuone (Auckland, N.Z., 1876); also of Maori Mementos (Auckland, N.Z., 1855).page 438
Dieffenbach, Dr. E. Author of Travels in New Zealand. London, 1843.
Downes, T. W. Author of Old Whanganui (Hawera, N.Z., 1915); also of sundry papers published in Transactions of the New Zealand Institute and the Journal of Polynesian Society.
Du Clesmeur, Captain. Author of "An Account of a Voyage in the Austral and Pacific Seas." published in McNab's Historical Records of New Zealand, vol. 2. Wellington, N.Z., 1914. This is an account of the Marion du Fresne expedition. See Crozet.
D'urville, J. D. The Voyage of the "Astrolabe" contains much interesting matter pertaining to New Zealand. The first volume of the series appeared in 1830.
Earle, A. Author of A Narrative of a Nine Months' Residence in New Zealand in 1827. London, 1832.
Edge-partington, J., and Heape, C.An Album of the Weapons, &c., of the Natives of the Pacific Islands. Manchester, 1890.
Ellis, W. Author of Polynesian Researches. 2nd ed. London, 1832.
Emerson, Dr. N. B., of Honolulu. Collector of data concerning the Polynesian canoe.
Erskine, Captain. Author of Journal of a Cruise among the Islands of the Western Pacific (1849). London, 1853.
Featon, J. Author of The Waikato War. Auckland, 1879.
Fenton, F. W. Author of Suggestions for a History of the Origin and Migrations of the Maori people. Auckland, N.Z., 1885.
Fornander, A. Author of An Account of the Polynesian Race. London, 1878.
Forster, G. Author of A Voyage Round the World in His Britannic Majesty's Sloop "Resolution" (an account of Cook's second voyage). London, 1777.
Fox, Colonel A. Lane. Author of "Early Modes of Navigation," in Journal of Anthropological Institute, vol. 4, p. 399, 1874.
Furneaux, Captain. His narrative of the movements of the "Adventure" during the separation from Cook's vessel was published with Captain Cook's account of his second voyage. London, 1777.
Grey, Sir George. Author of Polynesian Mythology (London, 1855) and other works.
Gudgeon, Colonel W. C. Author of many papers on Maori subjects published in the Monthly Review and Journal of the Polynesian Society.page 439
Haddon, A. C. Author of Evolution in Art (London, 1895); "Migrations of Culture in British New Guinea" (published in Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute, vol. 50, 1920); also of The Out-rigger Canoes of Torres Straits and North Queensland (Cambridge University Press, 1913).
Hale, Prof. H. Author of a work on the ethnography and philology of the Pacific isles, being vol. 9 of U.S. Exploring Expedition series. 1845.
Hammond, Rev. T. G. Author of The Story of Aotea (Christchurch, N.Z., 1924); also of several papers in the Journal of the Polynesian Society.
Hardy and Elkington. Authors of The Savage South Seas. London, 1907.
Hay, J. Author of Reminiscences of Earliest Canterbury. Christchurch, N.Z., 1915.
Hedley, C. Author of "The Ethnology of Funafuti" in Memoirs of the Australian Museum, vol. 3, pt. 4, 1897.
Hiro Coppeurath. A half-caste Tahitian who provided some interesting data.
Hoani Nahe. Author of a paper on the words pakeha and kaipuke, published in Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 3, 1894.
Hochstetter, Dr. F. Von. Author of New Zealand, its Physical Geography, Geology, and Natural History. Stuttgart, 1867.
Hongi, Hare. Author of Maori-English Tutor (Wellington, N.Z., 1911); also of papers published in the Journal of the Polynesian Society, Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, &c.
Hornell, J, Author of a paper on canoes of New Guinea, published in vol. 32 of the Journal of the Polynesian Society (1923): also of The Outrigger Canoes of Indonesia (Madras, 1920).
Jameson, R. G. Author of New Zealand, South Australia, and New South Wales. London, 1841.
Johnstone, Captain J. C. See Maoria.
Journal of the Polynesian Society, vols. 1-30. Published at Wellington, N.Z., 1892 to 1900; subsequently at New Plymouth, N.Z.
Labillardiere, J. J. Author of A Voyage in Search of La Perouse. London, 1800.
La Perouse, J. F. G.Voyage Round the World. London, 1799.
Large, Major J. T. (formerly British Resident at Aitutaki, &c). Contributor of data concerning canoes of the Cook Group.
La Wry, Rev. Mr. Author of A Visit to the Friendly Islands. London, 1850.
Led Yard. Author of Journal of Cook's Last Voyage, London, 1781.page 440
Le Maire and Schouten. "Voyage Round the World," published in vol. 2 Burners Voyages. London, 1806.
L'horne, P. De. Author of a journal pertaining to de Surville's voyage. Extracts therefrom published in McNab's Historical Records of New Zealand, vol. 2, Wellington, 1914.
Lindt, J. W. Author of Picturesque New Guinea. London, 1887.
Ling Roth, H. Author of The Natives of Sarawak and British North Borneo. London, 1896.
Magellan (voyage of), in vol. 1 of Burney's Voyages. London 1803.
Malinowski, B. Author of Argonauts of the Western Pacific. London 1922.
Maning, F. E. Author of Old New Zealand. Auckland, N.Z., 1863.
Maoria. By Captain J. C.Johnstone. London, 1874.
Mariner, W. Communicator of data from which Martin's Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands was compiled. 2nd ed. London, 1818.
Marsden, Rev. S. The Journal of this pioneer missionary contains some interesting information concerning the natives.
Marshall, Dr. W. B. Author of A Narrative of Two Visits to New Zealand. London, 1836.
Matorohanga, Te. A learned native of the Wairarapa district.
Matthews, R. H. Author of "Reminiscences of Maori Life Fifty Years Ago," published in vol. 43 of the Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, 1911.
Meade, Lieutenant H. Author of A Ride through the Disturbed Districts of New Zealand. London, 1870.
Mendana. "Second Voyage of Alvaro de Mendana," published in vol. 2 of Burney's Voyages. London, 1806.
Mohi Turei. A learned native of the Waiapu district.
Monneron, P. Extracts from Monneron's Journal of de Surville's Voyage were published in vol. 2 of McNab's Historical Records of New Zealand. Wellington, 1914.
Morrell, Captain B. Author of A Narrative of Four Voyages to the South Seas. New York, 1832.
Moser, T. Author of Mahoe Leaves. Wellington, N.Z., 1863.
Moss, F. J. Author of Atolls and Islands of the Great South Seas. London, 1889.
Mundy, Colonel G. C. Author of Our Antipodes. London, 1852.
Newman, Dr. A. K. Author of Who are the Maoris? Christchurch, 1913.
Nicholas, J. L. Author of Narrative of a Voyage to New Zealand. London, 1817.page 441
Parkinson, S. Author of Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas. (Cook's first voyage.) London, 1773.
Polack, J. S. Author of New Zealand, a Narrative of Travels and Adventures (London, 1838); also of Manners and Customs of the New-Zealanders (London, 1840).
Porter, Captain D. Author of Cruise in the Pacific in the United States Frigate "Essex." 2 vols. New York, 1822.
Potts, T. H. Author of Out in the Open. Christchurch, N.Z., 1882.
Quiros. "Voyage of Pedro F. de Quiros," published in vol. 2 of Burney's Voyages. London, 1806.
Rangi-hiroa, Te (Dr. P. H. Buck). Author of "Notes on the Small Outrigger Canoes of Niu? fekai"; also of "The Maori Art of Weaving"; both published in Dominion Museum Bulletin No. 3. Wellington, N.Z., 1911.
Roggewein. "Voyage Round the World," published in vol. 4 of Burney's Voyages. London, 1816.
Roux, L. St. J. Author of "Journal of the Voyage made in the King's Ship 'Le Mascarin,'" published in vol. 2 of McNab's Historical Records of New Zealand. Wellington, 1914.
Samwell, Dr., kept a journal of the voyage of the "Discovery" (Cook's third voyage). Extracts therefrom published in the Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. 8, 1899.
Savage, Dr. J. Author of Some Account of New Zealand. London, 1807.
Selwyn, Bishop G. A. The Bishop's journals, published in missionary magazines, contain a certain amount of useful matter.
Shand, A. Author of "The Moriori People of the Chatham Islands," published by the Polynesian Society as vol. 2 of its Memoir series. New Plymouth, N.Z., 1911.
Shortland, Dr. E. Author of The Southern Districts of New Zealand (London. 1851); Traditions and Superstitions of the New-Zealanders (London, 1854); Maori Religion and Mythology (London, 1882).
Skinner, W. H. Author of several papers in the Journal of the Polynesian Society.
Smith, S. P. Author of Hawaiki (Wellington, 1910); also of History and Traditions of the Maoris of the West Coast (New Plymouth, N.Z., 1910); and of Maori Wars of the Nineteenth Century (Christchurch, 1910); also of many papers published in the Journal of the Polynesian Society and other publications.
Stair, Rev. J. B. Author of "Early Samoan Voyages," and other papers published in the Journal of the Polynesian Society.page 442
Sterndale, H. B. Author of a "Memorandum on the South Sea Islands" in Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1874. Wellington.
Stokes, J. F. G. Author of a paper entitled "The Mat Sails of the Pacific," published in vol. 1 of Occasional Papers of the Bishop Museum (1900); also of other papers.
Stowell, H. M. See Hongi, Hare.
Tarakawa. A native contributor of much data. Author of papers published in the Journal of the Polynesian Society.
Tasmar's Voyage. London, 1711.
Taylor, Rev. R. Author of Te Ika a Maui. London, 1855. 2nd ed., London, 1870.
Thomson, Dr. A. S. Author of The Story of New Zealand. London, 1859.
Thomson, W. J. Author of an Account of Easter Island published in the Report of the U.S. National Museum for 1889. Washington, 1891.
Tone, N. J. Contributor of a note on "Canoe-making in Olden Times."
Torres. His narrative appears in vol. 2 of Burney's Voyages. London, 1806.
Tunui-a-rangi. A native contributor.
Turner, Rev. G. Author of Nineteen Years in Polynesia. London, 1861.
Tutakangahau. A member of the Tuhoe Tribe who contributed much information as to native customs, &c.
Tuta Nihoniho. A member of the Ngati-Porou Tribe. One of the few natives who have shown a desire to permanently record their pre-European customs, &c.
Tyerman, L., and Bennet, G., &c. Authors of Journal of Voyages and Travels. London, 1831.
Tylor, Professor E. B. Author of Primitive Culture (London, 1871); also of Anthropology (London, 1881).
Vancouver, Captain G. Author of A voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean and Round the World. London, 1801.
Wade, Rev. W. R. Author of A Journey to the Northern Island of New Zealand. Hobart Town, 1842.
Wakefield, Colonel W. The despatches of Colonel Wakefield contain interesting data concerning the Wellington district. His first despatch was published in 1840.
Wakefield, E. J. Author of Adventure in New Zealand. London, 1845.page 443
Wall, Colman. Author of a paper on "Native Navigation in the Pacific," published in the Transactions of the Fijian Society. 1909.
Wallis, Captain S., of H.M.S. "Dolphin," "An Account of a Voyage Round the World in the Years 1766, 1767, 1768," published in Hawkesworth's Voyages, vol. 1. London, 1773.
Walpole, Lieutenant F. Author of Four Years in the Pacific. London, 1849.
Walsh, Archdeacon. Author of "The Cultivation and Treatment of the Kumara," published in vol. 35 of the Transactions of the New Zealand Institute (1903); also of other papers on Maori subjects published in the same journal.
"W.B." Author of Where the White Man Treads. Auckland, N.Z., 1905.
West, Rev. T. Author of Ten Years in South Central Polynesia. London, 1865.
Whatahoro, Te. An enthusiastic collector of the lore of his mother's race. Much of his manuscript matter has been preserved.
White, John. Author of The Ancient History of the Maori. 6 vols. Wellington, N.Z., 1887-90.
Wilkes, Commander. Author of Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition. Philadelphia, 1845.
Williams, H. W. Author of A Dictionary of the Maori Language 5th ed., Wellington, 1917.
Williams, J. Author of Missionary Enterprises. London, 1837.
Wilson, Captain H. Author of An Account of the Pelew Islands. London, 1788.
Wilson, J. A. Author of Sketches of Ancient Maori Life and History (Auckland, N.Z., 1894); also of The Story of Te Waharoa (Christchurch, N.Z., 1907).
Woodford, C. M. Author of A Naturalist among the Head-hunters. London, 1890.
Yate, Rev. W. Author of An Account of New Zealand. 2nd ed., London, 1835.
A considerable amount of data was obtained from accounts of the wreck of the "Glide, " and those of the voyages of Anson, Byron, Beechey, Cook, Crozet, Carteret, Dampier, D'Urville, Darwin, d'Entrecasteaux, Furneaux, Freycinet, Kotzbue, Le Maire and Schouten, La Perouse, Magellan, Mendana, Porter, Roggewein, Rogers, Quiros, Tasman, Tyerman and Bennet, Torres, Vancouver, United States Exploring Expedition, Wallis. As for contributors of Maori lore, their names are too numerous to include, save in a few special cases.