I. Primary Sources
I. Primary Sources
A. Published Official Documents
Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives.
Appendices to the Journals of the Legislative Council.
New Zealand Parliamentary Debates.
Report of Royal Commission on University Education in New Zealand, Wellington, 1925.
Report of the Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, 1936-41.
B. Unpublished Official Documents
National Archives, Wellington
Department of Internal Affairs. IA1 series (General).
Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington
Andersen, Johannes C, Papers. MS Papers 148, Folder 22.
Buick, Thomas Lindsay, Papers. MS Papers 58. Folders 1-2, 8, 19, 22, 25-26, 40-42, 66-68, 94-99, 107-110, 112.
Buick, Thomas Lindsay, 'Captain James Cook, R.N., F.R.S.: A Lecture Delivered by T. Lindsay Buick, C. M. G., F. R. Hist. S. before the Members of the Yorkshire Society of New Zealand at Wellington 6th June 1934', qMS-0296.
Buick, Thomas Lindsay, Notes on William Swainson. MS Papers 2679.
Buick, Thomas Lindsay, Scrapbook on The Treaty of Waitangi. MS-0353.page 158
Buick, Thomas Lindsay, Letter to Francis Edwards Ltd, 15 August 1935, qMS-0298.
Campbell, R. M., Papers. MS Papers 1900. Folder 7.
Cowan, James, Papers. MS Papers 39. Folders 2-3, 6-7, 7C, 31-37, 41A-F, 42A-F, 43A-C, 50, 53A, C-D, 54A-D, 55A-B, 67.
Fildes, Horace, Papers. MS Papers 1503. Folder 1.
Fildes, Horace, Scrapbook on Porirua. MS Papers 1081.
Fildes, Horace, Scrapbook on Joseph Somes, 1931. Micro MS 489.
Fildes, Horace, 'Reminiscences of James John Taine, a Wellington and New Zealand Company Pioneer Settler of 1839, Compiled by H. E. M. Fildes, with Portraits and Illustrations.' Micro MS 218.
Hall, T. D. H., Papers. MS Papers 24. Folder 3.
Harrop, A. J., Papers. MS Papers 1271. Folders 1, 5.
Heenan, J. W., Papers. MS Papers 1132. Folders 16, 30, 42, 48, 60, 89-94, 116, 134, 152, 250, 267, 290, 293, 295-296.
Lawlor, P. A., Papers. MS Papers 4310.
Lawlor, P. A., Papers. MS Papers 450. Folder 11.
Moore, Frederick George, Papers. MS Papers 36. Folder 1.
McCormick, E. H., Papers. MS Papers 166. Folder 14.
Mulgan, Alan, Papers. MS Papers 224. Folders 1, 4-6, 10, 17-19, 31-32.
Ramsden, Eric, Papers. MS Papers 196. Folders 168-171, 173, 178, 183, 186-189, 191, 266.
Ramsden, Eric, Papers. MS Papers 188. Folders 91-92.
Scholefield, G. H., Papers. MS Papers 212. Folders 37-38, 43-45, 58, 67, C1, C3A, C9-C11.
Stevens, Joan, 'Notes Relating to Joseph Somes, James Robert Gown and the Horace Fildes Collection'. MS Papers 609.
Wellington Early Settlers' and Historical Association, Minute Book, 1912-1921. MSX-3559.
University of Auckland Library
Airey, Willis Thomas Godwin, Papers. MSS A-201. Folders 4-5, 12-15, 63-65, 25, 35-36, 18-22.
Rutherford, James, Papers, MSS A-42. Folders E23/1; E24/3-4; E25/1-2, 4; E26/8; F27/1-3; F28/1-5; F29/1-2, 4; F30/1-2; G33/1-4; G34/1, 3-4; I39/1-6; I40/1-2.Note. When I read the Rutherford papers in September 1996 they were sorted in two ways: by numbered boxes containing numbered folders, and by series. The series classification cuts across the box classification. At some stage errors have been made in recataloguing the boxes—there are, for instance, two boxes labelled 'box 20', each containing a number of folders. However, the collection's inventory assigns each folder a code based on the its place in the series and the collection as a whole. These codes are unique; there is no overlap as there is with the boxes. So the contents of the two box twenties have different series classifications: one has items F29/1-4, and the other has items F30/1-4. To avoid further confusion, I have cited the series classifications for each item, rather than the numbers of the boxes they are in. Boxes 28 and 29, however, are not given series codes, but from their place at the end of the collection and within the correspondence series, they would be I39 and I40. That is how they have been referenced in this thesis.
Victoria University of Wellington Library.
Beaglehole, J. C., MSS Papers. Boxes 1, 2, 4.
Beaglehole, J. C., Literary Papers. MSS B 365.
Fildes, Horace, MSS Papers. Boxes 1, 5, 8, 11a, 15-16, 34, 36-37, 39.
Fildes, Horace, Collection. Items 122, 429-30, 467, 1235a, 1522, 1801.
Lawlor, Pat, MSS L418 N. Folder 1.
'God's Judgment Manifestly Deliver'd and Evidently Made Known in Twelve Blasts Blown on a Brazen Trumpet, or An Essay on the History of New Zealand, Lately Set Down and Newly Revis'd and Enlarg'd by J. C. Beaglehole', MS (1936); dossier of page 160reviews of J. C. Beaglehole, New Zealand: A Short History; both in possession of Professor Tim Beaglehole, Wellington.
Journal of Public Administration, 1939-40 (incomplete).
Tomorrow, 1936-9 (incomplete).
National Opinion, 1933-4 (incomplete).
New Zealand Railways Magazine, 1933-6 (incomplete).
Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand, 1940-43.
Journal of the Early Settlers' and Historical Association of Wellington, 1922-3.
New Zealand Centennial News, 1938-41.
Report of the … Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science (formerly Report of the … Meeting of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science), 1921-39.Note. No newspapers are listed here because all newspaper items cited in this thesis, and items from periodicals not listed here, were found in archival collections.
E. BooksNote. Because this thesis is a study of non-fiction literature, a number of books, articles and theses which might otherwise be considered secondary sources are listed as primary. page 161
Auckland Provincial Centennial Council, Roll of Early Settlers and Descendants in the Auckland Province Prior to the End of 1852, Auckland, 1940.
Auckland University College, Lectures in Journalism: Digest of Extension Course, Auckland, 1934.
Bell, Kenneth, and W. P. Morrell, eds, Select Documents on British Colonial Policy 1830-1860, Oxford, 1928.
Bidwill, William Edward, and Airini Elizabeth Woodhouse, Bidwill of Pihautea: The Life of Charles Robert Bidwill, Christchurch, 1927.
Bledisloe, Charles Bathurst, Lord, Ideals of Nationhood: A Selection of Addresses Delivered in New Zealand by the Right Hon. Lord Bledisloe, P.C, G.C.M.G, K.B.E, F.S.A., M.A., F.C.S., M.R.A.C, during His Governor-Generalship of the Dominion, ed. T. Lindsay Buick, New Plymouth, 1935.
Bradshaw, Muriel, The Flight of Time in a Changing World: Reminiscences, Christchurch, 1993.
Buick, T. Lindsay, The Treaty of Waitangi: How New Zealand Became a British Colony, 1st edn, Wellington, 1914; 2nd edn, New Plymouth, 1933.
Buick, T. Lindsay, New Zealand's First War, or, The Rebellion of Hone Heke, Wellington, 1926.page 162
Cowan, James, The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period, 2 vols, Wellington, 1983 (first pub. 1922-23).
Cowan, James, Suwarrow Gold and Other Tales of the Great South Sea, London, 1936.
Cowan, James, Sir Donald Maclean: The Story of a New Zealand Statesman, Dunedin, 1940.page 163
Eccles, Alfred, Records of Early Days: Some Beginnings in Dunedin and Otago [Dunedin, 1929].
Elder, John Rawson, The History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand 1840-1940, Christchurch, 1940.
Elder, John Rawson, ed., The Letters and Journals of Samuel Marsden 1765-1838, Dunedin, 1932.
Fildes, H., Selective Indexes to Certain Books Relating to Early New Zealand, Compiled by H. E. M. Fildes, ca. 1920 to 1937, and Now Transcribed by the Victoria University of Wellington Library, Wellington, 1984.
Fulton, Robert Valpy, Medical Practice in Otago and Southland in the Early Days: A Description of the Manner of Life, Trials and Difficulties of Some of the Pioneer Doctors, of the Places in Which, and of the People among Whom They Laboured, Dunedin, 1922.
Glover, Denis, Short Reflection on the Present State of Literature in This Country, Christchurch, .page 164
Hall, T. D. H., Captain Joseph Nias and the Treaty of Waitangi: A Vindication, Wellington, 1938.
Hargreaves, Ray, and Peter Holland, eds., The Duel on the Creek and Other Tales of Victorian New Zealand, Dunedin, 1995.
Harrop, A. J., England and New Zealand from Tasman to the Taranaki War, London, 1926.
Hight, James, Canterbury College: Commemoration Day: Thursday, March 22, 1928, Christchurch, 1928.
Hocken, T. M., A Bibliography of the Literature Relating to New Zealand, Wellington, 1909.
Holcroft, M. H., The Deepening Stream: Cultural Influences in New Zealand, Christchurch, 1940.
Institute of Pacific Relations, New Zealand Affairs, Christchurch, 1929.
Lawlor, Pat, The Best New Zealand Books: A List for Libraries, Students and Collectors, Wellington, 1948.page 165
McKenzie, N. R., The Gael Fares Forth: The Romantic Story of Waipu and Her Sister Settlements, 2nd edn., Wellington, 1942.
McNab, Robert, The Old Whaling Days: A History of Southern New Zealand from 1830 to 1840, Christchurch, 1913.
Making New Zealand: Pictorial Surveys of a Century, 2 vols, Wellington, 1940 (published serially 1939-40).
Maning, F. E., Old New Zealand: A Tale of the Good Old Times, together with a History of the War in the North of New Zealand against Chief Heke in the Year 1845 as Told by an Old Chief of the Ngapuhi Tribe, also Maori Traditions, Christchurch, 1930 (first pub. 1862-3).
Martin, William, and Eric Skinner, eds, Short History of the Otago Early Settlers' Association 1898-1948 and Guide to the Museum [Dunedin, 1949].
Morrell, W. P., British Colonial Policy in the Age of Peel and Russell, London, 1966 (first pub. 1930).
Morrell, W. P., New Zealand, London, 1935.
Munn, Ralph, and John Barr, New Zealand Libraries: A Survey of Conditions and Suggestions for Their Improvement, Christchurch, 1934.
New Zealand University, Roll of Graduates, Christchurch, 1964.
Ngata, Apirana, The Treaty of Waitangi: An Explanation/Te Tiriti o Waitangi: He Whakamarama, trans. M. R. Jones, Christchurch, 1963.page 166
Pope, Quentin, ed., Kowhai Gold: An Anthology of Contemporary New Zealand Verse, London, 1930.
Porter, T. W., Legends of the Maori and Personal Reminiscence of the East Coast of New Zealand, Christchurch, 1925.
Powles, G. R., et al., eds, Contemporary New Zealand: A Survey of Domestic and Foreign Policy, Wellington, 1938.
Records of the Gore and Surrounding Districts' Early Settlers' Association, vol. 2, Gore, 1933.
Rutherford, J., ed., The Miscellaneous Papers of Captain Thomas Stockwell 1590-1611, 2 vols, Southampton, 1932-3.
Rutherford, J., and W. H. Skinner, eds, The Establishment of the New Plymouth Settlement in New Zealand 1841-1843, New Plymouth, 1940.
Scholefield, G. H., Who's Who in New Zealand and the Western Pacific, 1st edn (with E. Schwabe) Wellington, 1908; 2nd edn, Masterton, 1924; 3rd edn, Wellington, 1932; 4th edn, Wellington, 1941; 5th edn, Wellington, 1951.page 167
Stewart, William Downie, Portrait of a Judge: Sir Joshua Strange Williams, P.C., Wellington, 1945.
Woodhouse, A. E., George Rhodes of the Levels and His Brothers, Early Settlers of New Zealand: Particularly the Story of the Founding of the Levels, the First Sheep Station in South Canterbury, Auckland, 1937.
F. Articles and Sections of Books
Airey, W. T. G., 'Past, Present and Future: Memorandum on the Teaching of History', National Education, 10, 109 (1 December 1928), pp. 493-4.page 168
Airey, W. T. G., review of Leicester Webb, Government in New Zealand, in Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand, 2, 5 (April 1942), pp. 56-8.
Beaglehole, J. C., 'The Cinderella of the Syllabus: Some Observations on a History Project', National Education, 7, 68 (1 June 1925), pp. 165-7.
Beaglehole, J. C., review of Allen Curnow, Island and Time, Book: A Miscellany, 3 (August 1941), p. 17.
Elder, J. R., 'The Renaissance of History as a Human Interest and an Australasian Instance', in Report of the Twentieth Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, Brisbane, 1931.
James, G. F., review of Scholefield, A Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand, 1, 3 (April 1941), pp. 196-200.
Kowhai Ngutu Kaka [Thomas McDonnell], 'A Maori History of the Pakeha-Maori Wars in New Zealand', in T. W. Gudgeon, The Defenders of New Zealand, Auckland, 1887.
Lipson, Leslie, review of Leicester Webb, Government in New Zealand, Journal of Public Administration, 2, 2 (December 1939), pp. 62-5.page 169
Mills, Tom L., 'Katherine Mansfield: How Kathleen Beauchamp Came into Her Own', New Zealand Railways Magazine, 8, 5, September 1933, pp. 6-7.
Smith, Sylvia R., review of Helen M. Simpson, The Women of New Zealand, and James Cowan, Settlers and Pioneers, Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand, 1, 2 (October 1940), pp. 142-3.
Turner, Frederick Jackson, 'The Significance of the Frontier in American History', in Turner, The Frontier in American History, New York, 1920.
Williams, Trevor, 'James Stephen and British Intervention in New Zealand, 1838-40', Journal of Modern History, 13, 1 (March 1941), pp. 19-35.
Woods, N. S., 'A Survey of the Advent of Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration in New Zealand', in Report of the Twenty-second Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, Melbourne, 1935.
McCormick, E. H.'Literature in New Zealand: An Essay in Cultural Criticism', MLitt thesis, Cambridge University, 1935 (MSX-4250, ATL).
Turner, Rae, 'History Teaching in the New Zealand Secondary School System, 1877-1944', MA thesis, Victoria University College, 1944.