England and the Maori Wars
Best, E.The Maori. 1924. The Maori as He Was. 1925.
Bodelsen, C. A.Studies in Mid-Victorian Imperialism. 1924.
Cowan, J.The New Zealand Wars and the Pioneering Period. 1922–3.
De Kiewiet, C. W.British Colonial Policy and the South African Republics. 1929. The Imperial Factor in South Africa. 1937.
Egerton, H. G.Historical Geography of the British Dominions: Canada. 1908. British Colonial Policy. 1920.
Firth, R.Primitive Economics of the New Zealand Maori. 1929.
Folsom, A.The Royal Empire Society: Formative Years. 1933.
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Gorst, Sir J. E.New Zealand Revisited. 1908.
Hall, H. L.Australia and England. 1934.
Hall, H. L.The Colonial Office: A History. 1937. This book covers the period 1830–1885, and is of great value for students of Imperial history.
Harrop, A. J.England and New Zealand (From Tasman to the Taranaki War). 1926.
Keesing, F. M.The Changing Maori. 1928.
Keith, A. B.Imperial Unity and the Dominions. 1916. Responsible Government in the Dominions. 1912.
Knaplund, Paul.Gladstone and Britain's Imperial Policy. 1927.
Mcdonald, R. A.Te Hekenga. 1931.
Morrell, W. P.The Provincial System in New Zealand. 1932. British Colonial Policy in the Age of Peel and Russell. 1930. New Zealand. 1935.
Stacey, C. P.Canada and the British Army, 1846–71. 1936.
Sutherland, I. L. G.The Maori Situation. 1935.
Wilson, J. G.Early Rangitikei. 1914.
Woon, J. G.Wanganui Old Settlers. 1902.
The Story of Gate Pa, contemporary accounts edited by W. H, Gifford, was reviewed in The New Zealand Herald, August 21 1937. A biography of Charles Brown, the friend of Keats, by the late H. E. M. Fildes, will contain contemporary accounts of the Taranaki War.