James William Thomson
- Nga Korero Paremete: 1896-1899
- Te Tumuaki
- Nga Kupu Mihi Ki A Te Kuini
- Komiti Mo Nga Mea Maori
- Pire Penihana Mo Nga Koroheke
- Nga Pire Me Nga Pitihana Kaore Ano I Oti Te Whakahaere
- Pire Whakatikatika I Te Ture Mo Horowhenua Poraka
- Pire Whakawhitiwhiti I Etahi Whenua Rahui I Etahi Whenua Karauna Me Etahi Whenua Maori
- Te Whai-Korero a Te Whare Ki Te Kawana
- Motini Turaki I Te Kawanatanga
- Hororata Poraka
- Pire Poari Whenua Maori Mo Te Tai Rawhiti
- Pire Whakatikatika I Nga Ture Mo Nga Whenua Maori
- Hone Heke, M.H.R
- Pire Penihana Mo Nga Kaumatua
- Nga Moni Mo Nga Mahi Hanga Reriwe Me Era Atu Mahi Nunui A Te Koroni
- Hikitanga O Te Whare Ki Te Tera Tau
- Members Of The House Of Representatives, Session 1898. — third session–thirteenth parliament
- Motini Turaki
- Weneri, te 19 o Hurae, 1899
- Pire Hei Tautoko 1 Nga Mahi Nunui A Hei Whakanohonoho Whenua Ki Te Tangata
- Te Ope Hoi A Mo Awherika Hei Whawhai I Te Poa
- Komiti Mo Nga Moni
- Hikitanga O Te Whare Ki Tera Tau
- The Cyclopedia of New Zealand [Wellington Provincial District]
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The following collections may have holdings relevant to "James William Thomson":
- 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.