- A Life of J. C. Beaglehole: New Zealand Scholar
- Bush Fighting. Illustrated by remarkable actions and incidents of the Maori war in New Zealand.
- Geoffrey Alley, Librarian: His Life & Work
- Geological and other Reports
- Hero Stories of New Zealand
- He Ture whakatakoto tikanga hei kimi i nga Take ki etahi Whenua i te Takiwa o Turanganui (31 o Akuhata, 1874).
- Historic Poverty Bay and the East Coast, N.I., N.Z.
- History and traditions of the Maoris of the West Coast, North Island of New Zealand, prior to 1840
- Manual of the New Zealand Flora.
- Pioneering the Pumice
- Reminiscences of The War in New Zealand
- Report of the Native Affairs Committee, 1883.
- Report on causes of discontent among Māori in Taranaki.
- Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1885.
- Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1888.
- Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1889.
- Sir Donald Maclean
- State Authority, Indigenous Autonomy: Crown-Maori Relations in New Zealand/Aotearoa 1900-1950
- The Ancient History of the Maori, His Mythology and Traditions: Horo-Uta or Taki-Tumu Migration. [Vol. II]
- The Ancient History of the Maori, His Mythology and Traditions: Tai-Nui. [Vol. V]
- The Ancient History of the Maori, His Mythology and Traditions: Tai-Nui. [Vol. VI]
- The Ancient History of the Maori, His Mythology and Traditions. Nga-Puhi [Vol. X, English]
- The Ancient History of the Maori, His Mythology and Traditions. Te Arawa [Vol. VII, English]
- The Autobiography of a Maori
- The Endeavour Journal of Joseph Banks 1768–1771 [Volume One]
- The Life of Captain James Cook
- The Native Lands Settlement and Administration Bill, 1898 (letters received by the Premier from native chiefs and others relative to) : laid on the table of the House of Representatives by leave of the House.
- 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
- With the Lost Legion in New Zealand
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