England and the Maori Wars
Other Secondary Authorities
Other Secondary Authorities
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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.