John Williams Harris
Trader, whaler, farmer.
- Historic Poverty Bay and the East Coast, N.I., N.Z.
- List of Illustrations
- A Tame, But Interesting, Siege
- How Captain Harris Reached Poverty Bay
- Obscure Trader at Mahia
- Poverty Bay's Trade in 1830's
- Other Early Traders on Coast
- Harris's Homestead Site
- Northern Whalers Invade Mahia
- Tom Ralph: An Adventurer
- Poverty Bay's First European Census
- First Court Sitting in Poverty Bay
- Maori King's Flag Hoisted at Waiapu
- Rebels Attacked at Waerenga-a-Hika
- Escape to Mahia
- Pioneer Flockowners' Problems
- How Grave Menace of Scab Was Tackled
- Poverty Bay: “A Fruitgrowers' Paradise”
- Pioneer Hotelkeepers
- Historic Moa Bone, Sea Snakes and Perfect Sea Tree
- Kōtare 2008, Special Issue — Essays in New Zealand Literary Biography Series Two: ‘Early Male Prose Writers’
- Life in Early Poverty Bay
- Maori Deeds of Old Private Land Purchases in New Zealand, From the Year 1815 to 1840, with Pre-Emptive and Other Claims
- The Exploration of New Zealand
- The Moa-Hunters of New Zealand: Sportsman of the Stone Age
- The Old Whaling Days
- Through Ninety Years
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The following collections may have holdings relevant to "John Williams Harris":
- Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, which has entries for many prominent New Zealanders.
- Archives New Zealand, which has collections of maps, plans and posters; immigration passenger lists; and probate records.
- National Library of New Zealand, which has extensive collections of published material.
- Auckland War Memorial Museum, which has extensive holdings on the Auckland region and New Zealand military history.
- Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, which has strong holdings in Tāonga Māori, biological holotypes and New Zealand art.
- nzhistory.net.nz, from the History Group of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.