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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 48

Group—Educational Systems, Methods and Libraries. — Class 301

GroupEducational Systems, Methods and Libraries.

Class 301.

500—Buchanan, John, F.L.S., Geological Survey Office, Wellington—
  • Illustrations of Grasses and Alpine Plants of New Zealand, drawn on stone
501—Burton, Joseph R., Taxidermist to the Colonial Museum of New Zealand, Wellington—
  • Specimens of Taxidermist's art
502—Colonial Museum and Geological Survey Department or New Zealand
  • Director—James Hector, C.M.G., M.D., F.R.S.,
  • Collection illustrating the Geology and Natural History of New Zealand

[For Particulars See New Zealand Hand-Book and Appendix.]

(1-82) Palæozoic Fossils
(83-389) Lower Mesozoic Fossils
(390-654) Upper Mesozoic Fossils
(655-1211) Tertiary Fossils
(1212-1420) Recent Molluscs
(1421-1517) Tertiary Corals and Polyzoa
(1518-1535) Fossil Vertebrate
(1536-1737) Human Period
(1738-1941) Fossil Plants
(1942-2106) Rocks
(2107-2147) Gold Specimens
(2148-2391) Minerals
(2392-2405) Coals
(2406-2424) Crustacea
(2425-2476) Phormium Samples
(2477-2552) Timbers
(2553-2559) Publications, viz.page 29
Geological Reports, 1868-1879
Museum and Laboratory Reports, 1867-1879
On Phormium Tenax
Natural History of New Zealand
Meteorological Reports, 1868-1879
Transactions of the Now Zealand Institute. Vols. I. to IX.
The Grasses of New Zealand
One Hundred Photographic Views of New Zealand Scenery
(2560-2562) Models made by Dr. Hector
New Zealand Topographical
New Zealand Geological
Volcanic System of Ruapehu and Tongariro
(2563-2582) Sketches of New Zealand Scenery by W. M. Cooper
(2583) Casts of Moa Eggs and other objects
(2584) Maps Plans and Sections, illustrating the Geology and Physical features of New Zealand
(2585) Handbook of New Zealand, prepared for the Sydney International Exhibition, by Dr. Hector
503—Enys, J. D., Christchurch—
  • Three cases of Stuffed Birds
504—Gordon, Wm., Wanganui—
  • Three vegetable Caterpillars
505—Haast, Prof. Julius Von, Ph.D., F.R.S, Director of the Canterbury Museum
  • Collection illustrating the Ethnology of New Zealand, selected from the Canterbury Museum, Christchurch
  • Ethnology of Pre-historic Races beyond the Australian Colonies. (Stone Implements). Maps and Sections

[For Full Description of This Collection, See Appendix.]

I. Pretraditional Man in New Zealand—The Moa-hunters
A. Rakaia Encampment, Map A.
(1-53) Flakes and Implements of Flint—Obsidian and Chert
(54-68) Polished Implements of Chert and Melaphyre
Found in a Cache near Rakaia
B. Moa-Bone-Point Cave, Banks' Peninsula. Diagram B.
(a) Sand hills near the cave
(69-90) Stone Implements chipped from material on the spot
(91-94) Chipped Stone Tools manufactured from broken polished Stone Implements
(95-117) Chipped Stone Implements from material foreign to Banks' Peninsula
(118-121) Polished Stone Implements
(122-136) Implements chipped or in preparation for polishing, and Polishing Material
(b) Moa-Bone-Point Cavepage 30
(137-143) Stone Implements chipped from material on the spot
(144-149) Material chipped or in preparation for polishing
(150-168) Polished Stone Implements Shag Point Encampment
C. (169-200) Chipped Stone Implements
(201-205) Implements polished or in preparation
D. Maniototo Encampment
(206-230) Chipped Stone Implements of Chert and Obsidian
(231-512) Bones of Moas, &c., collected at the foregoing localities
E. Native Implements
Manufactory, Otakaia Encampment, Otago
(513-540) Stone Implements
(541-559) Remains from Kitchen Middens
F. (560-625) Polished Stone Implements and Ornaments of recent or uncertain date
G. Implements and Weapons of the Moriori or Chatham Islanders
(626-631) Chipped Implements of Stone
(632-651) Polished Stone Implements
(652-655) Stone Knives
H. Implements of the Solomon Islanders
(656-660) Adzes of Stone.
J. Implements of Fijians
(661-674) Adzes of Stone
II. Pre-historic Stone Implements of countries beyond Australasia
K. Palæolithic Types
(675-791) France
(792-808) Great Britain and Ireland
L. Neolithic Types
(809-818) Belgium
(819-828) France
(829-841) Denmark
(842-854) Sweden and Norway
(855-893) Swiss Lake Dwellings
(894-912) Italy
(913-1019) United States
(1020-1022) Mexico
(1023-1030) Egypt
M. Maps, Sections and Drawings, illustrating the Ethnology of New Zealand
1031 Banks' Peninsula District
1032 Sumner Cave
(1033-1034) Rock Paintings—Shelter Cave, Weka Pass
N. Photographs of Objects in Canterbury Museum, Christchurch
1035 Groups of Mammals
1036 Groups of Moa Skeletons
1037 Group of Birds
1038 Group of Mammals of the Rocky Mountains
1039 Group of Animals of the European Alps
1040 Prow of a Maori War Canoe
Skeletons of Moaspage 31
1041 Dinormis maximus
1042 Palapterix Elephantopus
1043 Meionornis Casuarinus
506—Jennings, E., Dunedin—
  • Three Stuffed Mammals (Indian Fox, Monkey and Persian Gazelle)
  • Six Stuffed Birds, viz.: New Zealand Falcon, Virginian Owl, New Zealand Ground Parrot, Swamp Hen, Albatross, Spotted Shag
  • Two specimens (Male and Female) of Trout (Salmo Fario), bred in the Shag River, Otago
507—Zouch, W. H., Ashburton, Canterbury—
  • Case of Stuffed Birds—Two Spoon-bill Ducks, one Mako-moko, one Tui