Title: Henry Lawson Among Maoris

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Henry Lawson Among Maoris


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Separate poems, stories, essays or letters already cited in the notes are not included unless of major importance to this study.

I Works by Henry Lawson

(a)Specifically discussed in detail:
  • 'A Daughter of Maoriland: A Sketch of Poor-Class Maoris', MS. not traced;

    The Antipodean, 3, 1897, ed. A. B. Paterson and G. Essex Evans. George Robertson, Melbourne, and Chatto and Windus, London, pp. 25-34.

    Over the Sliprails,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1901, pp. 81-93.

    The Country I Come From, Blackwood, Edinburgh and London, 1901, pp. 208-22.

    The Prose Works of Henry Lawson, 2 vols, Home Entertainment Library, Sydney, 1935, vol. i, pp. 342-50.

    Henry Lawson: Twenty Stories and Seven Poems, ed. Colin Roderick, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1947, pp. 246-57.

    The Prose Works of Henry Lawson,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1948, pp. 280-6.

    The Stories of Henry Lawson, ed. Cecil Mann, 3 vols. Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1964, vol. i, pp. 397-403.

    Henry Lawson's Best Stories, chosen by Cecil Mann. Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1966, pp. 72-80.

  • 'The Writer's Dream', MS. in Alexander Turnbull Library bound volume Australian Manuscripts, vol. ii, Q 091.

    Bulletin,21 May 1898, p. 32.

    Verses Popular and Humorous,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1900, pp. 113-20.

    Popular Verses,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1900, pp. 113-20.

    Emended proofs by D. McK. Wright, G. Robertson, and A. W. Jose, Henry Lawson: Verses-Emendations of Proofs, vol. iii, Mitchell Library A 1880.


'Fragment of an Autobiography', Mitchell Library MS. A 1887-8. 1913 Autobiography. Alexander Turnbull Library MSS. K2; typescript copies in Mitchell Library, 'From Mudgee Hills to London Town'.

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Australian Manuscripts, vol. ii. Alexander Turnbull Library Q 091.

Henry Lawson Section of the T. D. Mutch Papers, Uncatalogued MSS. Set 426, Items 21-29, Mitchell Library.

'A Letter from Leeton', MS. Folder 75/2, National Library of Australia.

Letters from or about Henry Lawson, MSS. A1 29/-2, A1 29/-3, Mitchell Library.

Letters to Lord Beauchamp, 19 January, 9 March 1900, A 3012, Mitchell Library.

MSS. of Henry Lawson, Alexander Turnbull Library K2.

Letter to Bland Holt, 1900. State Library of Victoria MS.

Miscellaneous MSS.-Prose, 3 vols, A 1860-2, Mitchell Library.

Miscellaneous, MSS.-Verse, 2 vols, A 1869-70, Mitchell Library.

Sydney Bulletin Writers: Manuscript and Portraits, vol. i, Alexander Turnbull Library Q 091.

Uncatalogued MSS. Set 184, Items 1-8, Mitchell Library.

Verse and Prose. Dixson Collection, Public Library of New South Wales, MS. Q 39.

(c)Some journals containing short pieces by Lawson:

Albany Observer (Albany, W.A.), 1890.

Antipodean (Melbourne and London), 1 (1893), 3 (1897).

Australian Star (Sydney), 1899.

Boomerang (Brisbane), 1890-1.

Brooks's Australian Christmas Annual (Sydney), 1898.

Bulletin (Sydney), 1887-1924.

Daily Telegraph (Sydney), 1902.

Freeman's Journal (Sydney), 1890.

Hummer (Wagga Wagga, N.S.W.), 1892.

Lone Hand (Sydney), 1907-21.

Mudgee Guardian (Mudgee, N.S.W.), 1908, 1922.

New Zealand Mail (Wellington), 1893, 1897.

New Zealand Times (Wellington), 1893, 1897.

Sydney Morning Herald,1921.

Truth (Sydney), 1893.

Western Mail (Perth), 1896.

Worker (Sydney), 1893-5.

World's News (Sydney), 1904.

(d)Published volumes:

Short Stories in Prose and Verse,L. Lawson,Sydney [1894].

While the Billy Boils,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1896.

In the Days when the World was Wide and Other Verses,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1896.

Verses Popular and Humorous,Angus and Robertson, Sydney; Australian Book Co., London, 1900. (Reissued later in 1900 in two separate parts, Popular Verses and Humorous Verses.)

The Country I Come From, Blackwood, Edinburgh and London, 1901.

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Joe Wilson and his Mates,Blackwood, Edinburgh and London, 1901.

(Issued by Angus and Robertson in 1902; and in two parts in 1904 as Joe Wilson and Joe Wilson's Mates.)

Children of the Bush, Methuen, London, 1902. (This collection was issued in two parts as Send Round the Hat and The Romance of the Swag, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1907.)

Mateship: a Discursive Yarn,Lothian Publishing Co., Melbourne, 1911. Not seen: references to this story are to its reprinting in Triangles of Life (below).

On the Track,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1900.

Over the Sliprails,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1900. (These two titles, with original title-pages and pagination, were bound as one volume and issued later in 1900 with the spine-title On the Track and Over the Sliprails.

When I was King and Other Verses,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1905. (This collection was issued by Angus and Robertson later in 1905 in two parts, When I was King and The Elder Son.)

The Rising of the Court and Other Sketches in Prose and Verse,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1910.

The Skyline Riders and Other Verses,Fergusson Ltd, Sydney and Dunedin, [1910].

For Australia and Other Poems,Standard Publishing Co., Melbourne, 1913

Triangles of Life and Other Stories,Lothian Book Publishing Co., Melbourne [1916], first published Standard Publishing Co., Melbourne, 1913.

My Army, O, My Army and Other Songs,Tyrrell's Ltd, Sydney, 1915. (These poems with one other were issued by G. G. Harrap of London in 1916 as Song of the Dardanelles and other Verses.)

Selected Poems, with a preface by David McKee Wright, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1918.

Winnowed Verse, with a preface by David McKee Wright, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1924; a selection.

Poetical Works of Henry Lawson, with preface and introduction by David McKee Wright, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 3rd ed., 1951; first published 1925; consists of the contents of Winnowed Verse and Verses Popular and Humorous.

A Selection from the Prose Works of Henry Lawson, edited by George Mackaness, Cornstalk Publishing Co., Sydney, 1928.

Henry Lawson: Twenty Stories and Seven Poems, edited by Colin Roderick, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1947.

The Men who Made Australia: Stories and Poems by Henry Lawson, edited by Marjorie Pizer, Australasian Book Society, Melbourne, 1957.

Henry Lawson: Fifteen Stories, edited by Colin Roderick, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1959.

The Stories of Henry Lawson, edited by Cecil Mann, 3 vols, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1964.

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II Unpublished Reference Material

(a)Angus and Robertson bound volumes:

While the Billy Boils, 2 vols, A 1867-8, Mitchell Library; printer's copy corrected from clippings of previously published versions of the stories.

The Polychrome: 'Selected Poems' of Henry Lawson, A 1871, Mitchell Library.

Proof Sheets of Selected Poems, 3 vols, A 1872-4, Mitchell Library; emendations of proofs of Selected Poems (1918) by Bertram Stevens, A. W. Jose, and David McKee Wright.

Correspondence re Selected Poems of Henry Lawson, 3 vols, A 1875-7, Mitchell Library; mainly a protracted exchange between Lawson and George Robertson on revisions of Lawson's verse for Selected Poems (1918).

Henry Lawson: Verses; Emendations by McKee Wright and Others, 6 vols, A 1878-83, Mitchell Library; emendations in three hands of poems from DWW, VPH, WIK, My Army, O, My Army, and The Rising of the Court.

Dissed Prose and Verse, A 1884, Mitchell Library.


Henry Lawson: Newspaper Clippings, 3 vols, Mitchell Library, Q A 821, L 425.1.

The Henry Lawson Scrapbook, 5 vols, A 1890-4, Mitchell Library. Holburn, Mrs M. (comp.), Index to Henry Lawson's Poems, A 6903, Mitchell Library.

Material for Scrapbook on Henry Lawson, Uncatalogued MSS. Set 530, Item 2, part 9, Mitchell Library.

Mrs Louisa Lawson Papers, A 1630, Mitchell Library.

O'Connor, Gertrude, Family History of the Lawsons, [31 May 1920], A 1898, Mitchell Library.

O'Connor, Gertrude, Louisa Lawson: Her Life and Work, A 1897, Mitchell Library.

O'Connor, Gertrude, Note in the Lawson Family Bible [24 June 1920], C 334, Mitchell Library.

O'Connor, Gertrude, Notes upon the Personal Life of Henry Lawson [begun 31 January 1923], A 1542, Mitchell Library.

Stephens, A. G., 'Louisa Lawson' on pp. 559-61, Autobiographies of Australian and New Zealand Authors and Artists,Mitchell Library QA920A.

T. D. Mutch papers, Uncatalogued MSS. Set 426, Items 21-29, Mitchell Library.

Titles Index to the Lawson Collection in Bound Volumes at the Store (Angus and Robertson), Uncatalogued MSS. Set 314, Item 31 and last, Mitchell Library.

Uncatalogued MSS. Set 184, Items 1-8, Mitchell Library.

III Published Criticism, Biography, Bibliography

Barton, Hilton, 'Lawson's Editors', Overland, 10, Spring 1957, pp. 29-31.

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Bertie, C. H., 'On the Trail of Henry Lawson', The Home,August 1929, pp. 44-5, 82, 91-2.

Bloomfield, Fred. J., Henry Lawson and his Critics,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1930.

Brereton, J. Le Gay,'Henry Lawson' on pp. 32-40, Knocking Round, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1930.

Browning, T. S., Henry Lawson: Memories, n.p;, The Worker Trustees, Sydney, 1931.

Coombes, A. J., 'Henry Lawson (1867-1922)' on pp. 59-76, Some Australian Poets, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1948.

Davidson, Fred, 'The Henry Lawson Myth', Australia,February 1924, pp. 25-7.

Douglas, Dennis, 'The Text of Henry Lawson's Prose', Australian Literary Studies II, 4, December 1966, pp. 254-65.

Douglas, Frederick and Lumsden, D., 'Still More Henry Lawson', Australia, May 1926, pp. 34-7.

Dutton, Geoffrey (ed.), The Literature of Australia, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, 1964.

Fraser, W. T., 'Henry Lawson, Australia's National Poet', LismoreDistrict Education Week,Lismore, N.S.W., 1923, pp. 86-9.

Garnett, Edward, 'Henry Lawson and the Democracy' [1902], Friday Nights, Jonathan Cape, London, 1929, pp. 139-46.

Gordon, Jim (Jim Grahame, pseud.) 'A Dark Night at Whitton', Bulletin, 15 July 1926, Red Page.

Gordon, Jim, 'Among My Own People', Bulletin,9 April 1925, Red Page.

Gordon, Jim, 'Back to the Bush', Bulletin,31 December 1925, Red Page, p. 3.

Gordon, Jim, 'Henry Lawson on the Track', Bulletin,19 February 1925, Red Page.

Green, Dorothy, 'Tent and Tree', Nation (Sydney), 4 September 1965, pp. 21-2.

Green, H. M., A History of Australian Literature, Pure and Applied, 2 vols, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1961, vol. i.

Green, H. M., A History of Australian Literature, Pure and Applied, An Outline of Australian Literature,Whitcombe and Tombs, Sydney and Melbourne, 1930.

Hadgraft, Cecil, Australian Literature, Heinemann, London, 1960.

Hardy, Frank, 'The Genius of Henry Lawson: Time, Place and Circumstances', Realist Writer (Sydney), 13-14, November 1963-March 1964, pp. 10-14, 8-13.

Heseltine, H. P., 'Saint Henry-Our Apostle of Mateship', Quadrant, V, 1, Summer 1960-1, pp. 5-11.

Jose, Arthur W., The Romantic Nineties,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1933.

Lawson, Bertha, My Henry Lawson, Frank Johnson, Sydney, 1943. Lawson, Sylvia, 'The Lawson Industry', Nation (Sydney), 24 August 1963, PP.21-2.

Lawson, Will, 'Henry Lawson and his Ghost', N.Z. Listener, 23 January 1953. P. 8.

Lindsay, Jack, 'While the Billy Boils', Tribune (London), 5 April 1946, p. 15.

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Lindsay, Norman, 'Henry Lawson', Bohemians of the Bulletin,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1965, pp. 55-62.

Mackaness, George, An Annotated Bibliography of Henry Lawson,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1951.

Marshall, James Vance, 'The Day Henry Lawson Talked to me about his Father', Australian Letters, IV, 3, March 1962, pp. 28-34.

Miller, E. Morris, Australian Literature, a Bibliography to 1938, extended to 1950 by Frederick T. Macartney. Angus and Robertson, Sydney, rev. ed., 1956.

Mills, Tom L., 'Henry Lawson, Australia's Poet and Story-Teller, his Connection with New Zealand', N.Z. Railways Magazine,2 April 1934, PP-37-8.

Mills, Tom L., 'Henry Lawson in Maoriland', Aussie,15 November 1922, pp.

22-3; reprinted in (var. authors:) Henry Lawson by his Mates (see below).

Murray-Smith, Stephen, Henry Lawson, Lansdowne Press, Melbourne [1962].

Mutch, T. D., 'The Early Life of Henry Lawson', Journals and Proceedings, Royal Australian Historical Society, XVIII, 6 (1932), pp. 273-317.

Moore, T. Inglis, 'The Meanings of Mateship, Meanjin, XXIV, I, March 1965, pp. 45-54.

Moore, T. Inglis,, 'The Rise and Fall of Henry Lawson', Meanjin, XVI, 4, December 1957, pp. 365-76.

Nesbitt, Bruce, 'Some Notes on Lawson's Contributions to the Bulletin1887-1900', Biblionews (Sydney), II, 1, January 1967, pp. 17-20.

Palmer, Charles Oscar, 'Henry Lawson, Australian Poet, Spent Five Happy Months near Kaikoura', The Star (Christchurch), 4 June 1927, p. 23.

Palmer, Charles Oscar, Answers to a questionnaire, on pp. 809-11, A. G. Stephens, Autobiographies of Australian and New Zealand Authors and Artists,Mitchell Library Q A920A.

Palmer, Vance, The Legend of the Nineties,Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1954.

Palmer, Vance, 'The Writer: Henry Lawson'National Portraits,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1941, pp. 176-84.

Pearson, W. H., 'Lawson Manuscripts in New Zealand and a Note on Lawson's Autobiographies', Biblionews (Sydney), II, 3-4; July-October 1967, pp. 6-14.

Phillips, Arthur A., 'Henry Lawson as Craftsman', Meanjin, VII, 2, Winter 1948, pp. 80-90.

Phillips, Arthur A., 'Henry Lawson Revisited', Meanjin, XXIV, 1, March 1965, pp. 5-17.

Prout, Denton, Henry Lawson, the Grey Dreamer, Rigby Ltd, Adelaide, 1963.

Roderick, Colin, 'Henry Lawson and New Zealand', Overland, 10, Spring 1957, pp. 23-7.

Roderick, Colin, Henry Lawson's Formative Years (1883-1893),Wentworth Press, Sydney, 1960.

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Roderick, Colin, The Later Life of Henry Lawson (1910-1918),Wentworth Press, Sydney, 1961.

Roderick, Colin, Henry Lawson: Poet and Short Story Writer,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1966.

Roderick, Colin, 'Was Lawson Born in a Tent?'North (Townsville), 5, 1966, pp. 14-31.

Roderick, Colin, 'Henry Lawson: The Middle Years 1893-1896', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society,. LIII, 2, June 1967, pp. 101-21.

Sargeson, Frank, 'Henry Lawson: Some Notes after Re-reading', Landfall, XX, 2, June 1966, pp. 156-62.

Stephens, A. G., 'Australian Humorists: II Henry Lawson', The Home,December 1921, pp. 26-7.

Stephens, A. G., 'Henry Lawson', Art in Australia,1 November 1922, n.p.

Stephens, A. G., 'Lawson and Literature', The Bookfellow, 2, 18 February 1899, pp. 21-4.

[Stevens, Bertram], 'The Genesis of the Bulletin', Lone Hand, 2 December 1907, pp. 139-42.

[Stevens, Bertram], 'A Contemporary Memoir' [1917], SHL, iii, pp. 475-87.

Stone, Walter W., A Chronological Checklist of Henry Lawson's Contributions to "The Bulletin" (1887-1924). Walter W. Stone, Cremorne, 1954.

Thomson, Ailsa G., 'The Early History of the Bulletin', Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand,May 1954, pp. 121-34.

Tierney, John, 'Lawson's Eurunderee', SHL, iii, pp. 513-27.

Todd, F. M., "Henry Lawson', Twentieth Century (Melbourne), IV, 3, March 1950, pp. 5-15.

Tyrrell, James R., Old Books, Old Friends, Old Sydney,Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1952.

Various authors, Henry Lawson by his Mates, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1931.

Waters, Edgar, 'Sydney or the Bush', Overland, 34, May 1966, pp. 41-2.

Wilkes, G. A., 'Henry Lawson Reconsidered', Southerly,1965, no. 4, pp. 264-75.

Wilson, Charles, 'Henry Lawson, An Australian Poet and his Work', Rambles in Bookland, Whitcombe and Tombs, Wellington, 1922, pp. 90-8. Refers to Lawson in New Zealand, but says little.

IV Books Relating to Australian History

Clark, C. M. H. (ed.), Select Documents in Australian History 1851-1900. Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1955.

Clark, C. M. H. (ed.), A Short History of Australia. Mentor Books, New York, 1963.

Ebbels, R. N., The Australian Labor Movement 1850-1907, edited with an introduction by L. C. Churchward, with a memoir by C. M. H. Clark. Noel Ebbels Memorial Committee in association with the Australian Book Society, Sydney, 1960.

Fitzpatrick, Brian, A Short History of the Australian Labor Movement,Rawson's Book Shop, Melbourne, 1940.

Gollan, Robin, Radical and Working Class Politics: A Study of Eastern Australia 1850-1910,Melbourne University Press, 1960.

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Jean Guiart, 'Nouvelles-Hébrides' in Hubert Deschamps and Jean Guiart, Tahiti, Nouvelle-Calédonie, Nouvelles-Hébrides, Editions Berger-Levrault, Paris, 1957.

Parnaby, O. W., Britain and the Labor Trade in the South-West Pacific,Duke University Press, Durham, N.C., 1964.

Shann, Edward, An Economic History of Australia,Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1938.

Spence, W. G., Australia's Awakening: Thirty Years in the Life of an Australian Agitator, The Worker Trustees, Sydney and Melbourne, 1909.

Sutcliffe, J. T., A History of Trade Unionism in Australia, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1921.

Ward, Russel, The Australian Legend,Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1958.

Willard, Myra, History of the White Australia Policy,Melbourne University Press, 1923.

V Work Published and Unpublished Relating to New Zealand History


Appendices to the Journal of the House of Representatives,1858-1904, 1924.

Appendices to the Journal of the Legislative Council,1888; 1897, Session I; 1898; 1900.

Census 1896; 1901,Govt Printer,Wellington.

Historical Records of Australia, Series I, vol. xvi (1831-2), Library Committee of Commonwealth Parliament, printed at Sydney, 1923.

Mangamaunu School file, Education Department, Newmarket.

N.Z. Prisons Department Files 83/438, 83/808, 86/483 (Judge's report of the trial of Ratima Jacob, commutation of sentence, and a letter from Mu Wahaaruhe to T. W. Lewis).

Raukokore School file, Education Department, Newmarket. Statistics of the Colony of New Zealand,1880-99.

The Statutes of the Dominion of New Zealand Passed in … 1944, Sir C. L. N. Newall, Governor General, Wellington, 1945.


Ball, D. G., 'Maori Education', I. L. G. Sutherland (ed.): The Maori People Today, Whitcombe and Tombs, Christchurch, 1940, pp. 267-306.

Beaglehole, T. H., Maori Schools 1816-1880, M.A. thesis, Victoria University College, Wellington, 1955.

Bird, Judith W., Government Administration of Maori Education, 1871-1930, M.A. thesis, University of New Zealand, 1951 (University of Auckland Library).

Bird, W. W., 'A Review of the Native Schools System', Te Wananga (Journal of the Board of Maori Ethnological Research), II, 1, March 1930, PP-1-17.

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Bird, W. W., 'The Education of the Maori', I. Davey (ed.); Fifty. Years of National Education in New Zealand 1878-1928,Whitcombe and Tombs, Auckland, 1928, pp. 61-72.

Buick, T. Lindsay,Old Marlborough, or the Story of a Province,Hart and Keeling, Palmerston North, 1900.

Butchers, A. G., Education in New Zealand, An historical survey of educational progress amongst the Europeans and the Maoris since 1878 … Coulis, Somerville, Wilkie, Dunedin, 1930.

Butchers, A. G., The Education System,National Printing Co., Auckland, 1932.

Elvy, W. J., Kaikoura Coast: The History, Traditions and Maori Place-names of Kaikoura,Hundalee Scenic Board, printed by Whitcombe and Tombs, Christchurch, 1948.

Elvy, W. J., Kei Puta te Wairau: a History of Marlborough in Maori Times,Whitcombe and Tombs, Christchurch, 1958.

Elvy, W. J., 'Maori History of Marlborough', A. D. McIntosh (ed.): Marlborough: a Provincial History, Marlborough Provincial Historical Committee, Blenheim, 1940, pp. 385-401.

Hill, H., 'The Maoris To-day and To-morrow' [1896], Transactions and Proceedings of the N.Z. Institute, XXIX, n.s. no. 12 (1897), pp. 150-62; XXXV, n.s. no. 18 (1903), pp. 169-86.

Ingram, G. W. N. and Wheatley, P. O., New Zealand Shipwrecks, 1795-1960, Reed, Wellington, 3rd ed., 1961.

Kohere, Reweti T., The Autobiography of a Maori,Reed, Wellington, 1951.

Mackay, Alexander, Compendium of Official Documents relative to Native Affairs in the South Island, 2 vols., Wellington, 1873.

Miller, John, Early Victorian New Zealand: A Study of Racial Tension and Social Attitudes 1839-1852,Oxford University Press,London, 1958.

Pope, James H., Health for the Maori: A Manual for Use in Native Schools,Samuel Costall, Govt Printer,Wellington, rev. ed. 1894; first published 1884.

Scholefield, G. H., A Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, 2 vols., Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington, 1940.

Scholefield, G. H., Newspapers in New Zealand,Reed, Wellington, 1958.

Shannon, R. T., 'The Fall of Reeves, 1893-6', R. Chapman and K. Sinclair (eds): Studies in a Small Democracy, Essays in Honour of Willis Airey, Paul, Auckland, for the University of Auckland, 1963, pp. 127-52.

Sherrard, J. M., Kaikoura: A History of the District,Kaikoura County Council, Kaikoura, 1966.

Shortland, Edward, The Southern Districts of New Zealand; A Journal…, Longman, London, 1851.

Sinclair, Keith, William Pember Reeves, New Zealand Fabian,Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1965.

Stack, J. W., Kaiapohia: the Story of a Siege, Whitcombe and Tombs, Christchurch, 1893.

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Stack, J. W., Newspaper Clippings,Alexander Turnbull Library, Q 920 P STA.

Stack, J. W., South Island Maoris: A Sketch of their History and Legendary Lore,Whitcombe and Tombs, Christchurch, 1898.

Stack, J. W., Stack Papers and Pictures,Alexander Turnbull Library f 091. Taylor, W. A., Lore and History of the South Island Maori, Bascands Ltd, Christchurch [1952].

Te Kahu, Taare Wetere. 'The Wars of Kai-Tahu (Ngai-Tahu) with Kati-Toa (Ngati-Toa)', transcribed by Taare Parata, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol. X (1901), pp. 94-100.

Thomson, A. S., The Story of New Zealand, 2 vols., John Murray, London, 1859.

Travers, W. T. L., Some Chapters in the Life and Times of Te Rauparaha, Chief of the Ngatitoa,James Hughes, Wellington, 1872; extract from Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, V (1873), pp. 19-93.

Turumeke, Ema, 'Narrative of the Battle of Omihi', tr. Mrs C. J. Harden, Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol., III, (1894), pp. 107-9.

Williams, John Adrian, Maori Society and Politics 1891-1909,University Microfilms Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan; doctoral thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1963.

Wilson, Mrs Robert, In the Land of the Tui: My Journal in New Zealand, Sampson, Low, Marston & Co., London, 1894.

VI Miscellaneous

Kingsley, Charles, Westward Ho!1855.

Maning, F. E., Old New Zealand, A Tale of the Good Old Times. By a Pakeha Maori,Robert J. Creighton and Alfred Scales, Auckland, 1863. Other editions, London, 1863, 1876; Christchurch, 1906, 1948.

Scott, Robert H., Ngamihi; or the Maori Chief's Daughter,A Tale of the War in New Zealand, E. A. Howard,Brisbane, 1895.

Stowe, Mrs Harriet Beecher, Uncle Tom's Cabin,1852.

Vogel, H. B., A Maori Maid,C. A. Pearson, London, 1898.

Vogel, H. B., The Tragedy of a Flirtation,Greening and Co., London, 1909.

Weston, Jessie, Ko Méri, or a Cycle of Cathay,Eden, Remington and Co., London, 1890.