New Zealand Wars (1845–1872)
The period from 1845 to 1872 saw Pakeha and Māori involved in conflict in various parts of New Zealand, including the Bay of Islands, the Waikato, Poverty Bay and Taranaki. These conflicts, some isolated and others related, are known collectively as the New Zealand Wars.
The texts in this collection include analyses and observations on the New Zealand Wars, and feature diary extracts and letters between some of the major figures. As these texts are typically historical, many originally being published during or soon after the events they describe, the opinions, observations and conclusions must also be regarded in an historical context.
- The Adventures of Kimble Bent
- England and the Maori Wars
- Extracts from a Diary during Heke's War in the North in 1845
- Hauhauism: An Episode in the Maori Wars 1863-1866
- The Maori King Movement in New Zealand
- New Zealand and the War.
- The New Zealand Native Rebellion
- The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period: Volume I (1845–64)
- The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period: Volume II: The Hauhau Wars, (1864–72)
- Notes on Early Life in New Zealand
- One of England's Little Wars
- The Second Year of One of England's Little Wars
- A Sequel to One of England's Little Wars
- A Sketch of the New Zealand War
- Soldiering in New Zealand, Being Reminiscences of a Veteran
- The Story Of Gate Pa, April 29th, 1864
- The Taranaki Question
- Bush Fighting. Illustrated by remarkable actions and incidents of the Maori war in New Zealand.
- Incidents of The Maori War
- The Old Frontier : Te Awamutu, the story of the Waipa Valley : the missionary, the soldier, the pioneer farmer, early colonization, the war in Waikato, life on the Maori border and later-day settlement
- The War in New Zealand.
- Reminiscences of The War in New Zealand