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Art. LXIII.—Hand-list of certain Papers relating more or less directly to the Maori Race, and published in various Publications.

[Read before the Otago Institute, 9th October, 1900.]

This collection of titles of papers and publications of one kind and another makes no pretence to be a bibliography of the subject. A proper and complete bibliography would be an undertaking far beyond the scope of this list. So far as I have been able during the preparation of “Maori Art,” I have noted down for reference the various articles which bear more or less directly on the subject, and at the close of the work it occurred to me that subsequent workers in the same field might deein it an advantage to have a reference list of those authors who have contributed items of information, very often of considerable value, but which, perchance, lie buried in the dusty depths of the local “Eatanswill Gazette.” Some of these I have dug up and recorded in their place, and I have, as far as possible, gathered together the titles of the ethnological papers in the “Transactions of the New Zealand Institute” and in other serial publications. It is in these Proceedings and Transactions of learned societies that we have to look for the work of many of the best workers in the field of ethnology. As a typical instance, we may take the case of the late Rev. W. Colenso, F.R.S., who, although he was a most voluminous writer on many subjects, never published any book on the Maori lore with which his mind was stored, all his Maori writings being scattered up and down in the pages of various Transactions and newspapers.

At some future date it would be a convenience to research to have a subject-index compiled from these papers, but at present it is out of my power to attempt such a task. As a rule I have excluded anything that might be called a “book,” as these are to be found in various library catalogues and bibliographies. I have included, however, some small local and private publications which might come under this heading, for various reasons which seemed to me sufficient. There are, besides the items listed, many interesting “Notes and Queries,” with their replies, in the volumes of the “Polynesian Journal,” and a number of articles in home magazines such as the Leisure Hour, All the Year Round, &c., which I have not read, but of which I have a list extracted from the volumes of Poole's Index. There are also

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numerous letters and notices in colonial newspapers, parliamentary papers, &c. I now offer my list to the Institute as a small contribution towards the furthering of the study of the Maori race.

[Note.—In the following list “Trans.” means the Transactions of the N.Z. Institute.]

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Author. Title. Volume.
Adams, J. Polynesia Trans. ix. 44.
Agate, A. T. In the Narrative of the U.S. Exp. Exp. ii. 279, 1845.
Allen, F. A. The Original Range of the Papuan and Negrito Races Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. viii. 38, 1879.
Alexander, General Sir J. E. Incidents of the Maori War, 1860–61 1863.
Bush Fighting in the Maori War from 1863–66 1873.
Angas, G. F. Savage Life and Scenes in Australia and New Zealand 2 vols. 1st ed. Lond.; 2nd ed. Lond. 1847
Anonymous Reviewer The Mythology of Polynesia Quart. Rev. April, 1862.
Atkinson, A. S. What is a Tangata Maori? Jrnl. Pol. Soc. i. 133.
The Aryo-Semitic Maori Trans. xix. 552.
Criticism on Mr. E. Tregear's Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary, Parts I., II., and III. (Titles only) " xxv. 567.
Appendix to Notes on above (Title only); also Resolution as to " xxvii. 692.
Aro, Te Te Patunga o Mokonui (the Slaying of Mokonui): Transl. by Elsdon Best Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 170.
B (Exeter) New Zealand Topographical Nomenclature N.Z. Jrnl. i. 133.
Haker, W. B. On Maori Popular Poetry Trans. Ethn. Soc. Lond. n.s. i. 44.
Bennett, G. Uber eine bituminose Substanz, welche von N.Z. Mimiha gennant, und von ihnen als ein Kaumittl gebraucht wird (Transl.) Froriep: Notizen, xxxi. 260, 1831.
Hest, Elsdon Stockades and Earthworks in New Zealand American Antiquarian, xvii. No. 3.
Waikare Moana, the Sea of Rippling Waters… with a Tramp through Tuhoe-land (Wellington, New Zealand) Govt. publication, 1897.
The Tree-fort of the Muaupoko Tribe of Maoris at Whakahoro Jrnl. Pol. Soc. ii. 86.
Notes on Maori Mythology " viii. 93.
Te Rehu o Tainui " vi. 41.
The Maori and the Moa " v. 121.
Omens and Superstitious Beliefs of the Maori, Part I. " vii. 137.
Ditto, Part II. " vi. 233.
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Author. Title. Volume.
Best, Elsdon The Kiore Maori, or Native Rat Jrnl. Pol. Soc. vii.47.
Tuhoe-land: Notes on the Origin, History, Customs, and Traditions of the Tuhoe or Urewera Tribe Trans. xxx. 33.
The Art of the Whare Pora: Notes on the Clothing of the Ancient Maori, &c. "xxxi. 625.
Maori Origins " xxxii. 294.
Sketches from Tuhoe-land: “How we Fought the Pakeha at Orakau,” and many other sketches Otago Witness, 18/2/1897.
A series of valuable papers full of valuable information on forest lore, &c. Canterbury Times, 1898–1900.
Broughton, W. G. Visit to New Zealand, with an Account of the Church Mission 1840.
Beecham, Rev. J. On the Association for colonising New Zealand 1838.
Bourke, Sir R. Despatch to Lord Glenelg on the affairs of New Zealand 1838.
Barstow, R. C. Stray Thoughts on Mahori Migrations Trans. ix. 229.
Our Earliest Settlers " xv. 421.
The Maori Canoe " xi. 71.
Brown, Rev. G. Papuans and Polynesians Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. xvi. 311.
Brown, W. New Zealand and its Aborigines (See Turton), 1845
Bruce, R. C. On a Maori Waiata Trans. xxv. 426, 533.
Brulfert, M. Sur l'Origin et la Disparition de la Race Polynésinne Le Chirurgie, Paris, 1872.
Blyth, W. H. On the Whence of the Maori Trans. xix. 515.
Buckland, F. T. New Zealand Warrior Chiefs Curiosities of Natural History, 2nd ed. 57
Buller, Sir W. The Decrease of the Maori Race N.Z. Jrnl. Sci. ii. 55.
The Story of Papaitonga, or a Page of Maori History Trans. xxvi. 572.
Note on a Remarkable Maori Implement in the Hunterian Museum at Glasgow " xxvi. 570.
Presidential Address, Feb., 1884 " xvii. 443.
Note on a curious Maori Flute n the Collection of the late Dr. Shortland " xxvi. 570.
Eels, from a Maori Point of View (see discussion on a paper on eels by E. O'H. Canavan) " xxv. 525.
Notes on Mus maorium, Hutton " xxv. 49.
Notes on a Kapu, or Carved Funnel, and a Kaea, or Maori War-trumpet " xxv. 527.
On the New Zealand Rat " iii. 1.
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Buller, Sir W. Sir Walter Buller at the Bar of the House, and the History of the Horowhenua Block Wellington, 1895.
Bunbury, Major Report on the Middle Island of New Zealand and other Parts of New Zealand (28th June) N.Z. Jrnl. i. 233, 1841.
Chamerozow, L. A. The New Zealand Question and the Rights of Aborigines, with Appendix London, 1848.
Cameron, A.M. On the Rock-paintings in the Weka Pass Trans. xi. 154.
Campbell, R. E. M. Cremation among the Maoris Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 134.
The Captive's Escape: Told by Takurua to Tangiharuru " iii. 140.
Chapman, F. R. On the Working of Greenstone, or Nephrite, by the Maoris Trans. xxiv. 479.
Further Notes on Greenstone " xxv. 560.
Remarks on Te Puohu's Raid " (Proc.) xxxii. 439.
Koruru, the Maori Game of Knuckle-bone Jrnl. Pol. Soc. vii. 114.
Governor King's Visit to New Zealand, 1793 " vii. 42.
Chaffers, E. M. Chart of Port Nicholson, New Zealand, 1839 Publ. by J. Wyld, Charing Cross, 1840.
Cheeseman, T. F. Description of a Collection of Maori Articles bequeathed to the Museum by the late Mr. C. O. Davis Trans. (Proc.) xx. 458.
Description of the Carved House at Maketu (now in the Auckland Museum) " xxvii. 674.
Clarke, F. E. Triangular Teeth amongst Maoris Jrnl. Pol. Soc. No. 2, ix. 121, 1890.
Colenso, W. On the Maori Races of New Zealand (New Zealand Exhibition Essay, 1865) Trans. i. n.e. 339.
On the Day when Captain Cook took Formal Possession of New Zealand " x. 99.
On the Ignorance of the Ancient New-Zealanders of the Use of Projectile Weapons (see also remarks by F. C. W. Sturm, “Proceedings,” p. 570) " xi. 106.
Contributions to a Better Knowledge of the Maori Race. Part I.: Legends; Myths and Fables; The Ideality of the Ancient New-Zealander " xi. 77.
Contributions towards a Better Knowledge of the Maori Race. Part II.: On the Ideality of the Ancient New-Zealander; Proverbs and Proverbial Sayings " xii. 108.
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Colenso, W. A Few Remarks on a Cavern near Cook's Well, at Tolaga Bay, and on a Tree (Sapota costata) found there Trans. xii. 147.
On the Vegetable Food of the Ancient New-Zealander before Cook's Visit (see “Proceedings,” p. 456) " xiii. 3.
Contributions towards a Better Knowledge of the Maori Race. Part III.: On their Poetic Genius " xiii. 57.
Historical Incidents and Traditions of the Olden Times, &c., Part I. " xiii. 38.
Ditto, Part II. (see p. 565: bone spade) " xiv. 3.
Contributions towards a Better Knowledge of the Maori Race. Part IV.: On their Myths; re Kumara Plant " xiv. 33.
On the Fine Perception of Colours possessed by the Ancient Maori " xiv. 49.
Addendum to the above (see “Proceedings,” p. 566) " xiv. 477.
Colenso, Rev. W. Address on the various Legends and Stories current among the Maoris relating to the Sea and Sea-monsters " xviii. 434.
Ancient Tide-lore and Tales of the Sea from the Two Ends of the World. (Also published, with additions, under same title at Napier.) " xx. 418.
Vestigia, Reminiscences, Memorabilia of Works, Deeds, and Sayings of the Ancient Maoris " xxiv. 445.
Observations on Mr. T. White's Paper “On the Native Dog of New Zealand” " xxv. 495.
Remarks on the Anniversary of Cook's Arrival at Hawke's Bay " xxvi. 683.
Notes and Reminiscences of Early Crossings of Lake Waikaremoana, &c., 1841 and 1843 " xxvii. 359.
The Modern History of a Block of Greenstone " xxvii. 598.
Fiat Justitia, being a few Thoughts respecting the Maori Prisoner Kereopa Privately published, Napier, 1871.
Fifty Years Ago in New Zealand, &c. Ditto, 1888.
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Colenso, Rev. W. “In Memoriam,” being Two Papers on various Crossings of the Ruahine Mountains in 1845 and 1847 Published by subscription at Napier, 1884.
The Authentic and Genuine History of the Signing of the Treaty of Waitangi Government publication, Wellington, 1890.
Three Literary Papers: I. and II., Nomenclature, III., On “Macaulay's New-Zealander” Privately printed, Napier, 1883.
Memorabilia of certain Animal Prodigies Trans. xxviii. 87.
Collingridge, G. Supposed Early Mention of New Zealand Jrnl. Pol. Soc. v. 123.
Collinson Plan of Ruapekapeka United Service Magazine, 1846.
Plan of Ruapekapeka, by a Native The New-Zealander, Dec. 27, 1845.
Crawford, J. C. On Maori Ancestry Trans. xx. 414.
The Maori Language, with Remarks on the Reform of English Spelling " xviii. 46.
Notes on the Miramar Peninsula, Wellington. (Maori History of the Peninsula, by Manihera.) " v. 396.
On the Orthography of the Maori Language (Abstract) " i. 444.
Crawford, J. On Cannibalism in Relation to Ethnology Trans. Ethn. Soc. n.s. iv. 105.
On an Ancient Hindu Sacrificial Bell with Inscription, found in the North Island of New Zealand Ditto, v. 150.
The Malayan and Polynesian Languages and Race Jrnl. Ethn. Soc. Lond. i. 330, 1848.
Curl, Dr. Australian Cave-paintings (W.P.S., Feb., 1885) N.Z. Jrnl. Soi. ii. 399.
Dalrymple, A. A Scheme of a Voyage for the Conveyance of Domestic Animals, Corn, Iron, &c., to the Cannibals of New Zealand, with Dr. Benjamin Franklin's Sentiments on the Subject 1771.
Darnell, B. H. Note on the Remains of a Stone Epoch at the Cape of Good Hope (to point out the Similarity of the Chert Flakes, found in New Zealand with Moa-bones) Trans. iv. 157.
Davis, Rev. R. Thirty-nine Years a Missionary in New Zealand, 1823–63 1865.
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Dieffenbach, Dr. Extract from a Report by, to the New Zealand Company respecting the Physical Condition and Natural History of Queen Charlotte Sound, Cloudy Bay, Tory Channel, Port Nicholson, &c. (Sec., The Aborigines) N. Z. Jrnl. i. 6, May 5, 1840.
Eccles, A. On the Discovery of New Zealand (Abstract) Trans. (Proc.) iii. 65.
Enys, J. D. An Account of the Maori Manner of preserving the Skin of the Huia " viii. 204.
D'Estrey, Meyners Étude Ethnographique sur le Lézard chez les Peuples Malais et Polynésiens L'Anthropologie, No. 6, iii.
Fairburn, E. On the Analogy of the Maori and Indo-European Languages (Abstract) Trans. iii. 313.
Fenton, F. D. On the Necessity for a Good Maori Lexicon " xxvi. 667.
Important Judgments delivered in the Compensation Court and Native Land Court, 1866–1879 Published by direction of the Chief Judge, Native Land Court, Auckland, 1879.
The Native Race of New Zealand Jrnl. Statis. Soc. xxiii. 508, 1860.
Field, H. C. On the Shifting of Sand-dunes Trans. xxiv. 561.
Discoveries of Moa-bones " xxiv. 561.
The Date of the Extinction of the Moa " xxvi. 560
On some Ancient Aboriginal Caches near Wanganui " ix. 220.
Fitzroy, Governor Correspondence: Heke's Attack on Kororareka, with Plans English Parl. Papers, 15th July, 1845.
Fitzroy, Admiral Outline Sketch of the Principal Varieties and Early Migrations of the Human Race Trans. Ethn. Soc. Lond. i. 1.
Forbes, H. O. Note on the Disappearance of the Moa Trans. xxiii. 373.
Fox, Colonel A. L. On Early Modes of Navigation Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. iv. 399
Notes on the Use of the New Zealand Mere Jrnl. Ethn. Soc. Lond. n.s. ii. 106.
Fox, W. Speeches of, before the Native Land Court at Otaki 1868.
Rangitikei-Manawatu Purchase Wellington, 1868.
Fraser, Rev. J. The Malayo-Polynesian Theory, Part I. Jrnl. Pol. Soc.
Ditto, Part II. Ditto, v. 72.
" Part III. " vii. 1.
Giglioli, Professor E.H. Appunti intorno ad una Collezione Etnografica fatta durante il terzo viaggio di Cook, Part I. Archiv. per l'Antrop. e. l'Etnol. Firenze, xxiii. 173, 1893.
Ditto, Part II. Ditto, xxv. 1895.
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Giglioli, Professor E. H. Le Età della pietra, nell' Australasia e specialmente alla Nuova Zelanda Archiv. per l'Antrop. e l'Etnol. Firenze, xxiv. 99, 1894.
Ossa umane portate come ricordi o per ornamento e usate come utensili od armi Ditto, xviii. 1888.
Di un singolare tiki Maori fatti con un frammento di cranio umani " xxvii. 381, 1897.
La Lucertola… della Polinesia " xxi. 1891.
Gli Heitiki dei Maori della Nuova Zealand " xxii. 191, 1892.
Su due nuovi Hei-tiki litici della New Zealand " xxiii. 1893.
Gibb, Sir G. D. On a patoo-patoo from New Zealand (Abstract) Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. iii. 266.
Goodall, J. On the Discovery of the Cut Stump of a Tree, giving Evidence of the Existence of Man in New Zealand at or before the Volcanic Era Trans. vii. 144.
Grey, Sir G. On the Social Life of the Ancient Inhabitants of New Zealand, and on the National Character it was likely to form Jrnl. Ethn. Soc. Lond. n.s. i. 332, 1869.
The Loves of Takarangi and Rau-mahora Auckland Weekly Herald, Dec. 1896.
Gudgeon, W. E. (Judge) The Maori Tribes of the East Coast of New Zealand, Part I. Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 208.
Ditto, Part II. " iv. 17.
" Part III. " iv. 177.
" Part IV. " v. 1.
" Part V. " vi. 177.
Maori Traditions as to the Kumara " ii. 99.
Notes on the Paper by Timi Wata Rimini “On the Fall of Pukehina” and other Pas " ii. 209.
A Maori Generation " ii. 113.
Paoa " i. 76.
Maori Deities (see Note 33, vol. ii., p. 127) " i. 30.
A Sketch of the History of the Ngati-tama Tribe " ii. 157.
The Tangata Whenua, or Aboriginal People of the Central Districts of the North Island of New Zealand " ii. 203.
Maori Migrations to New Zealand, No. 1 " i. 213.
Ditto, No. 2 " iii. 46.
Nga Tangata Maori: Mana Monthly Review, No: 14, i.
Te Umu [ unclear: ] ti, or Fire-walking Ceremony Jrnl. Pol. Soc. viii. 58.
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Guppy, H. B. The Polynesians and their Plant Names Proc. of Vic. Inst. xxviii. 1896.
Grosse, E. Die Anfange der Kunst Leipsig, 1894.
Gisborne, W. The Colony of New Zealand, its History, &c. 1888.
Gorst, Sir J. The Maori King, or the Story of our Quarrels with the Natives of New Zealand 1864.
Grey, Earl The Colonial Policy of Lord John Russell's Administration (a Chapter on the New Zealand War of 1845) 2 vols. 1853.
Gudgeon, Lieut. T. W. Reminiscences of the War in New Zealand 1879.
The History and Doings of the Maoris from 1820 to the Signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, 1840, Auckland 1885.
Hall, E. S. On the Mythology of the New-Zealanders Tasmanian Journal, i. 109, 1842.
H. A. (Hamilton, A.) The Maori-Polynesian Dictionary (Notice of) N.Z. Jrnl. Sci. i. n.s. 103.
Hamilton, A. Notes from Murihiku Trans. xxix. 169.
On an Account of a Massacre at the Entrance of Dunedin Harbour in the Year 1817 " xxviii. 141.
On Two Neck Ornaments or Pendants (Title only) " xxiii. 630.
On Two Neck Ornaments or Pendants " xxv. 489.
Notes on Maori Necklaces " xxv. 491.
Notes on some Old Flax Mats found in Otago " xxv. 486.
Notes on some Bone Combs " xxv. 483.
On the Modes of Burial formerly observed amongst the Inhabitants of New Zealand (Title only) " xxvi. 677.
Rock Pictographs in South Canterbury " xxx. 24.
Maori Art (Abstract) Jrnl. Proc. Aust. Ass. Adv. Sci. i. 477.
On a Kiwi-feather Mat (Title only) Trans. xxxi. 738.
The Art of War as practised in Old New Zealand (Title only) " xxxi. 743.
On a Maori Chert Quarry (Title only) " xxxi. 743.
On a Curious Pendant Ornament (Title only) " xxxii. 439.
On Maori Fishhooks (Title only) " xxxii. 439.
Haast, J. von On the Occurrence of Lamna cornubica (Porbeagle Shark), the Mako of the Maoris, in New Zealand " vii. 237.
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Haast, J. von Moas and Moa-hunters Trans. (Proc.) iv. 66, 400.
Observations on Capt. Hutton's Paper on the Maori Cooking-places at the Mouth of the Shag River (Trans. N. Z. Inst., viii., p. 103) " pt. ii. ix. 670.
Address (Weka Pass Paintings) " x. 37.
See also App. No. 2, Stack: Description of Drawings at Parihaka, near the Gorge of the Opihi, South Canterbury " x. 55.
Weka Pass Rock-paintings N.Z. Jrnl. Sci. i. 165, 270.
A few Remarks on the Carved Stone Bird named Korotangi by the Maoris Trans. xiv. 104.
Notes on the Moa-hunters' Encampment at Shag Point, Otago " vii. 91.
Notes on an Ancient Maori Burial-place near the Moa-bone Point, Sumner. " vii. 86.
Researches and Excavations carried on in and near the Moa-bone Point Cave in 1872 Trans. vii. 54, and as sep. publication, Christ-church, 1874.
Notes on an Ancient Manufactory of Stone Implements at the Mouth of the Otakai Creek, Brighton, Otago. Trans. xii. 150.
On certain Prehistoric Remains discovered in New Zealand, and on the Nature of the Deposit in which they occurred Jrnl. Ethn. Soc. Lond. n.s. ii. 110.
On the Stone Weapons of the Moriori and the Maori Trans. xviii. 24.
Hadfield, O. (Bishop of Wellington) One of England's Little Wars: a Letter, Otaki, May 29, 1860 1860.
Notes on the Maoris of New Zealand and some Melanesians of the South-west Pacific Jrnl. Ethn. Soc. Lond. n.s. i. 364, 1869.
Hawtrey, Rev. M. An Earnest Address to the New Zealand Colonists with reference to their Intercourse with the Native Inhabitants, London, 1840 (Review of) N.Z. Jrnl. i. 231, 281.
M.A., Trin. Coll. Camb. (Hawtrey) Exceptional Laws in favour of the Natives of New Zealand " i. 26.
Hazard, H. D. Notes on some Relics of Cannibalism Trans. xxii. 104.
Harding, J. On the Neighbourhood of Te Aoroa, Northern Wairoa " xxi. 336.
Hammond, Rev. T. G. The Taro (Colocasia): Information from Men of the Ngarauru and Ngatiranui Tribes Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 105.
The Kumara, Perei, and Taewa " iii. 237.
Atua Maori " viii. 89.
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Harrison, P. J. On the Artificial Enlargement of the Ear-lobe Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. ii. 190.
Heaphy, Major C. On the New Zealand Flax Trans. ii. 116.
Notes on Port Nicholson and the Natives in 1839 " xii. 32.
Heke, Hone The Future of the Maori Race Christchurch. Weekly Press, May 12, 1897.
Hooker, Sir J. D. On Child-bearing in Australasia and New Zealand Jrnl. Ethn. Soc. Lond. n.s. i. 68.
Hill, H. The Maoris To-day and Tomorrow Trans. xxix. 150.
Hector, Sir J. Presidential Address " vi. 368.
Native Weapons and Carvings taken to England by Captain Cook, in British Museum (in Address, 1876) " pt. ii. ix. 616.
On the Remains of a Dog found by Captain Rowan near White Cliffs, Taranaki " ix. 243.
Notice of a New Species of Pomaderris (P. tainui) " xi. 428.
Remarks on the Preservation of Ancient Maori Records " xxix. 612.
Hongi, Hare Notes on T. Tarakawa's Paper, “The Coming of Te Arawa and Tainui Canoes” Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 37.
Tama-ahua " v. 233.
He Waiata Whangai Ariki: a Chant at the Offering of First-fruits " ii. 119.
The Contest between Fire and Water " iii. 155.
Concerning Whare-kura: its Philosophies and Teachings " vii. 35.
The Lament of Rangi Mauai for Tonga-Awhikau " v. 113.
Hocken, Dr. T. M. On Relics of the Old Native Population on the Upper Molyneux Trans. xxxi. 738.
On Rare Maori Weapons and Implements (Title only) " xxxi. 738.
Abel Tasman and his Journal " xxviii. 117, 140.
Hood, T. H. C. Notes upon the Probable Changes that have taken place in the Physical Geography of New Zealand since the Arrival of the Maoris " vii. 112.
Hutton, Capt. F. W. Notes on the Maori Cooking-places at the Mouth of the Shag River " viii. 103.
Weka Pass Rock-paintings N.Z. Jrnl. Sci. i. 245.
Note on the Supposed Fire Drill found in the Cave at Moa-bone Point, Summer Trans. xxvi. 516.
On Maori Stone Implements " xxx. 130.
A Trephined Maori Skull " xxxii. 433.
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Huddleston, F. Drawings of Rock-paintings at Silverstream and Albury (exhibited at Wellington) Trans. xxvi. 638.
Jackson, Col. J. R. Des Arts et Inventions de la Vie Sauvage 287.
Johnson, Hon. G. R. Remarks on the Maori Rat Trans. xvi. 553.
Kararehe, Te Kahui The Kurahaupo Canoe Jrnl. Pol. Soc. ii. 187.
Te Tatau o te Po (and transl. by S. P. Smith) " viii. 59.
Keane, A. H. On the Relations of the Indo-Chinese and Inter-oceanic Languages Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. ix. 255; Nature, xxiii. 199, 1880.
Kirk, T. W. Description of Maori Comb and Arrow-heads Trans. xiii. 436.
On some Maori Implements of Uncommon Design " xxii. 539.
Kingsley, R. I. Discovery of Maori Implements at Takaka, Nelson " xxv. 494.
Kuyper Habitants d'iles de l'Ocean-Pacifique, dessines par J. Kuyper.
Lang, Rev. Dr. J. D. On the Origin and Migrations of the Polynesian Nation Jrnl. Proc. Roy. Soc. N.S.W. x. 43, 1876.
New Zealand in 1839: Four Letters to the Earl of Durham on the Colonisation of the Island, the Condition of the Natives, &c. 1839.
Locke, S. Historical Traditions of the Taupo and East Coast Tribes, Part I. Trans. xv. 433.
Lusohan, Von Notes on a Maori War-canoe belonging to Sir Walter Buller Ethnol. Notizbl. of the Royal Ethn. Mus. Berlin, 1895.
Uber zwei alte Canoe-schnitz werke am New Zealand Ethn. Notiz. ii. 1.
Liversidge, A. Notes on some Australasian and other Stone Implements Jrnl. Royal Soc. N.S.W. xxviii. 1894.
McKillop, Lieut. H. F. Reminiscences of Twelve Months' Service in New Zealand (Heke's War and Taking of Ruapekapeka) 1849.
M.M. A Military Native Force in New Zealand N.Z. Jrnl. May 5, 1840, i.
Mackay, A. A Compendium of Official Documents relative to Native Affairs in the South Island Wellington, Dec. 1876.
Maning (Judge) A Translation of the Myth of Maui, from the best Maori Sources N.Z. Jrnl. of Sci. i. 46.
Notice of a Paper with above Title being read at a Meeting of the Auckland Institute Trans. xiv. 555.
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Mantell, W. B. D. Incidental Notice in Presidential Address of Ngatimamoe Paintings in the Takiroa Caves, Waitaki Trans. i. n.e. 6.
Notes from the South.
Marjoribanks, A. Travels in New Zealand (with Accounts of Morioris' Massacre in 1772 of the Crew of the “Boyd,” 1809, &c.) 1846.
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Montefiore Evidence before a Select Committee of the House of Commons, 1838, re Rauparaha and Tamahara-nui Anc. Hist. of the Maori, vi. 133.
Mite, S. An Outline of a System of Legislation for securing Protection to the Aboriginal Inhabitants of all Countries colonised by Great Britain.
Nahe, Hoani Maori—Tangata Maori Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 27.
Te Takenga mai o enei kupu a Pakeha a Kaipuke (the origin of the words “Pakeha” and “Kaipuke”) " iii. 233.
Newman, Dr. A. K. A Study of the Causes leading to the Extinction of the Maori Trans. xiv. 459, 539.
On Diseases of the Maoris (in Presidential Address, February, 1880) " xii. 433.
Ngata, A. T. Notes on the Rev. T. Williams's Paper on “The Maori Whare” Jrnl. Pol. Soc. vi. 85.
Nichols, K. J. The Origin, Physical Characteristics, and Manners and Customs of the Maori Race Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. xv. 187.
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Partington, J. E. Extracts from the Diary of Dr. Samwell Jrnl. Pol. Soc. viii. 250.
Pennefather, F. W. On the Natives of New Zealand Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. Lond. xvi. 211.
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Phillips, C. On a Peculiar Method of Arrow-propulsion as observed amongst the Maoris Trans. x. 97.
On the Ignorance of the Ancient New-Zealander of the Use of Projectile Weapons " xii. 50.
Civilisation of the Pacific " ix. 59.
Peal, S. E. The Malayo-Polynesian Theory: Comments on Dr. Fraser's Paper Jrnl. Pol. Soc. v. 101.
The Ancestors of the Maori " vi. 174.
Pine, T. A Local Tradition of Raukawa (Hawke's Bay): a Legend of Maungatahi Trans. xxi. 416.
Pond, J. A. The Foods of the Ancient Maori (Abstract only) " xxiii. 616.
Polack Review of Polack's Book Eclectic Magazine, ixx. 31, and xc. 414.
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Purchas, Rev. A. On the Preparation of Native Flax (Abstract) Trans. i. n.e. 472.
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Ranapiri, Tamati Nga retenga kopu manu a te Maori o Mua (Ancient Methods of Bird-snaring): Translated by S. Percy Smith Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iv. 132.
Ranken, W. H. L. Mahori Migrations N.Z. Mag. No. 3, i. 221, 1876.
Papuan Migrations N.Z. Mag. No. 6, ii. 134, 1877.
Report of the Select Committee to consider Measures to be adopted with respect to the Native Inhabitants of the British Settlements and Neighbouring Tribes, with Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, &c.; Evidence by Tate, Marshall, Coates, and Others August 5, 1836.
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Rowbotham Paper on the Development of Music Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. x. 380.
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Rimini, Timi Wata The Fall of Pukehina, Oreiwhata, and Poutina Pas, Bay of Plenty Jrnl. Pol. Soc. ii. 43.
The Fall of Maunga-a-Kahia Pa " i. 147.
Ropiha, Paora Mahu raua ko taewa: Mahu and Taewa-a-Rangi (Translated by S. P. Smith) " viii. 122.
Rutland, J. Our Summer Migrants to New Zealand Jrnl. Pol. Soc. i. 131.
Did the Maori know the Moa? " ii. 156.
Traces of Ancient Human Occupation in the Pelorus District, Middle Island " iii. 221.
Did the Maori discover the Greenstone? Trans. xxx. 29.
On some Ancient Stone Implements, Pelorus Sound Jrnl. Pol. Soc. v. 109.
On the Ancient Pit Dwellings of the Pelorus District " vi. 77.
The Big Ears " vi. 213
Traces of Civilisation: An Inquiry into the History of the Pacific Trans. xxix. 1, 610.
Rusden, H. K. Aureretanga: Groans of the Maoris 1888.
Tragedies in New Zealand in 1868 and 1881, discussed in [the High Court of Justice] England in 1886 and 1887. Privately printed; not published. 1888.
Scott, J. H. (Professor) Contribution to the Osteology of the Aborigines of New Zealand and the Chatham Islands Trans. xxvi. 1.
Remarks on Presidential Address, November, 1885 " xviii. 429.
Shand, R. Description of Moriori Canoes " iv. 354.
The Moriori People of the Chatham Islands: their Traditions and History—I. Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 76.
Ditto, II. " iii. 121.
" III. " iii. 188.
" IV. " iv. 33.
" V. " iv. 89.
" VI. " iv. 161.
" VII. " iv. 209.
" VIII. " v. 13.
" VIIIA " v. 73.
" IX " v. 131.
" X. " v. 195.
" XI. " vi. 11.
" XII. " vi. 145.
" XIII. " vi. 161.
" XIV. " vii. 73.
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Shortland, E. A Short Sketch of the Maori Races: Dunedin Exhibition Essay Trans. i. n.e. 329, 1865.
Skinner, W. H. The Capture of the Rewarewa Pa Jrnl. Pol. Soc. ii. 179.
The Legend of Para-hia " vi. 156.
St. John, Lieut.-Colonel The Tradition respecting the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Whakatane Trans. xxiv. 478.
Sewell, Hon. H. The New Zealand Rebellion: A letter to Lord Lyttelton (King Movement and the War of 1860) 1864.
Schurtz, Dr. H. Kunstile der Naturvolke Zeitsch. fur Bauweissen, xiv. 483, 1895.
Smith, S. P. The Peopling of the North: First Section Jrnl. Pol. Soc. Suppl. v. 1; vi. 23, 47, 79.
The History of Otakarimi Pa Trans. xxviii. 41, 47.
An Interesting Point in Polynesian Ethnology N.Z. Jrnl. Sci. i. n.s. 223.
The Polynesian Sojourn in Fiji Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 145.
Genealogy of Te Mamaru Family of Moeraki, North Otago " ii. 9.
Hawaiki: the Whence of the Maori, with a Sketch of Polynesian History Jrnl. Pol. Soc. and separate publication, 128.
Tongarewa, or Penrhyn, Island and its People Trans. xxii. 85.
Notes of a Traditional Change in the Coast-line at Manukau Heads " xi. 514.
The Tohunga Maori—a Sketch " xxxii. 253.
Wars of the Northern against the Southern Tribes of New Zealand Jrnl. Pol. Soc. viii. 141, 201; ix. 1, 85, 145.
Smith, T.H.(Judge) Maori Implements and Weapons Trans. xxvi. 423.
Maori Nomenclature " xxv. 395.
On Maori Proverbs " xxii. 111, 118
Smith, W. W. Incidental mention of rock-paintings on the Brothers Range, between the Tengawai and Opihi Rivers, in paper on Moa-bones at Albury N.Z. Jrnl. Sci. i. n.s. 195.
Spurious Stone Implements Jrnl. Pol. Soc. vii. 244.
Spencer, H. Illustrations of the Principles of Sociology (valuable digest of information on the Maori race) No. 3, Part I.A, 1864.
Stack, Rev. J. W. Notes on the Colour Sense of the Maori Trans. xii. 153.
Some Observations on the Annual Address of the President of the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury " iv. 107.
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Stack, Rev. J. W. Notes on the Weka Pass Paintings N.Z. Jrnl. Sci. i. 245.
Notes on Maori Literature Rep. Proc. Aust. Assoc. Adv. Sc. iii. 367, 1891.
Remarks on Mr. Mackenzie Cameron's Theory respecting the Kahui tipua Trans. xii. 159.
Sketch of the Traditional History of the South Island Maoris " x. 57.
An Account of the Maori House attached to the Canterbury Museum " viii. 172.
Notes on the Word “Moa” in the Poetry of the New-Zealanders " vii. appendix, 28.
Stokes, R. Report to Surveyor-General of the Expedition which proceeded to Taranaki by Land N.Z. Jrnl. i. 121, 133, 253, 256, 1841.
Squier The Primæval Monuments of Peru compared with those in other Parts of the World Academy, June 1, 1871.
Stolpe Utvecklingsforeteelser i Naturfolkens: Ornamentik Ymer, 1890.
Swainson, W. Table of the Population of the Provinces of North and South Durham, and of the Islands of Kapiti and Mana, Cook Strait N.Z. Jrnl. i. 183, 1841.
New Zealand and the War 1862.
Tamati, Tuta Maori Incantations Jrnl. Pol. Soc. ii. 103.
A Reply to Mr. A. S. Atkinson's Paper, “What is a Tangata Maori?” " ii. 60.
Tarakawa, Takaanui Explanation of some Matters referred to in the Paper “On the Coming of the Te Arawa and Tainui Canoes,” Part I. (Transl. by S. Percy Smith) " iii. 168.
Ditto, Part II. " 199.
Ko te rerenga mai o Mata-atua, me Kurahaupo me era atu waka i Hawaiki (the Coming of the Mataatua, Kurahaupo, and other Canoes from Hawaiki to New Zealand) " iii. 59.
Ko te hoenga mai o te Arawa, raua ko Tainui i Hawaiki (the Coming of Te Arawa and Tainui Canoes from Hawaiki to New Zealand): Transl. by S. Percy Smith " ii. 220.
Nga mahi a Te Wera, me Nga Puhi, ki te Tai Rawhiti " viii. 179.
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Tarakawa Takaanui The Doings of Te Wera-Hauraki and Nga Puhi on the East Coast, New Zealand (Transl. by S. Percy Smith) Jrnl. Pol. Soc. viii. 183, 235; ix. 47, 54, 65, 74.
Taylor, Rev. R. On New Zealand Lake Pas Trans. v. 101.
Tareha Description of the Maori House at the Colonial Museum " i. n.e. 445.
Thomas, Professor Cyrus Maya and Malay Jrnl. Pol. Soc. viii. 89.
Thompson, Dr. A. S. Observations on the Stature, Weight, & c., of the New Zealanders Jrnl. Ethn. Soc. Lond. iii. 123, 1854.
The Native Race of New Zealand Jrnl. Statist. Soc. xvii. 27, 1854.
Thomson, J. T. Ethnographical Considerations of the Whence of the Maori Trans. iv. 23.
On Barata Numerals " v. 131.
Philological Considerations on the Whence of the Maori " vi. appendix, xxv. lxv.
Barat or Barata Fossil Words " xi. 157.
Pronouns and other Barat Fossil Words compared with Primæval and Non-Aryan Languages of Hindustan and Borders " xii. 223.
Moriori Connection " xii. 237.
Presidential Address, 5th July, 1880 " xiii. 458.
Thorne, G., jun Notes on the Discovery of Moa and Moa-hunters' Remains at Pataua River, near Whangarei " viii. 83.
Tregear, E. The Maori in Asia " xviii. 3.
On the Track of a Word " xix. 482.
Polynesian Folk-lore: Part I., Hina's Voyage to the Sacred Isle " xix. 486.
Ancient Alphabets in Polynesia " xx. 353.
Polynesian Folk-lore: Part II., the Origin of Fire " xx. 369.
The Aryo-Semitic Maori—a Reply " xx. 400.
The Knowledge of Cattle amongst the Ancient Polynesians " xxi. 447, 503.
Curious Polynesian Words " xxiii. 531.
The Moriori " xxii. 75.
The Extinction of the Moa " xxv. 413, 530.
Old Maori Civilisation " xxvi. 533, 543, 657.
Myths of Observation " xxvii. 579.
Ceremonial Language " xxvii. 593
Polynesian Causatives Jrnl. Pol. Soc. i. 53.
The Polynesian Bow " i. 56.
" Smithsonian Report, 199, 1892.
Physical Endurance. Jrnl. Pol. Soc. ii. 71.
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Tregear, E. Old Stories of Polynesia (Abstract) Proc. Aust. Assoc. Adv. Sci. iii. 351, 1891.
Maori and Hawaiian Kindred Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iv. 203.
The Maoris of New Zealand Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. xix. 97.
Asiatic Gods in the Pacific Jrnl. Pol. Soc. ii. 129.
Thoughts on Comparative Mythology Trans. xxx. 50.
Mention of Word “kumi” Proc. Wgn. Phil. Soc. Trans. xxxi. 720.
Maori Spirals and Sun-worship Trans. xxxii. 284.
A Name for a Spider " xxxii. 298.
Notes on Maya and Malay Jrnl. Pol. Soc. viii. 101.
Kiwa the Navigator (collected by — from Wi Pere) " viii. 111.
Travers, W. T. L. Notes upon the Historical Value of the Traditions of the New-Zealanders, as collected by Sir George Grey Trans. iv. 51.
On the Traditions, Manners. and Customs of the Morioris " ix. 15; pt. ii. 621.
On the Destruction of the Abo rigines of Chatham Islands Trans. Ethn. Soc. Lond. n.s. iv. 352.
On the Life and Times of T. Rauparaha Trans. v. 19.
Notes on the Extinction of the Moa, with a Review of the Discussions on the Subject " viii. 58.
Turumeke, Ema Narrative of the Battle of Omihi (Transl. by C. J. Harden) Jrnl. Pol. Soc. iii. 107.
Turton, Rev. H. Three letters to Bishop Selwyn on the native question In N.Z. and its Aborigines, W. Brown, q.v. 1845.
Tylor, E. B. Remarks on the Geographical Distribution of Games Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. ix. 23.
Notes on the Asiatic Relations of Polynesian Culture Ditto, xi. 401.
Vaux, W. S. W. On the Probable Origin of the Maoris, or Native Inhabitants of New Zealand " v. 1875, 451.
On the Probable Origin of the Maori Races Trans. viii. 3.
Wade, Rev. W. R. A Journey in the Northern Island of New Zealand, with Information about the Country and People 1842.
Wake, S. C. The Papuans and the Polynesians Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. xii. 197.
Walton, J. Twelve Months' Residence in New Zealand, containing a Correct Description of the Customs, Manners, &c., of the Natives of that Island,… by J. W., who resided in the Island during the Review of, in N.Z. Jrnl. i. 171.
Years 1837–38 (Glasgow) 1839.
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Wakefield, E. J. Accounts of the New-Zealanders Aborigines Protection Soc. (Third Rep.). 1846.
Walsh, Rev. Maori Preserved Heads Trans. xxvii. 610.
White, J. A Chapter from Maori Mythology Proc. Aust. Assoc. Adv. Sci. iii. 359, 1891.
Whitmer, S. J. Mr. Wallace on the Ethnology of Polynesia Contemp. Review, 1873.
The Ethnology of Polynesia Jrnl. Anthrop. Inst. viii. 261.
Tama-rau and Tu-taka-Ngahau Ko Hape-tu-ma-ki-te-rangi: the Story of Hape the Wanderer (Translated by Elsdon Best) Jrnl. Pol. Soc. viii. 49, 1899.
Tutaka-Ngahau He kupu mio runga i ta T. Tarakawa korero nei “Te Haerenga mai o Mata-atua i Hawaiki” Jrnl. Pol. Soc. vii. 30.
Translation by Elsdon Best " vii. 32.
Tu Whawhakia Te korero mo Whaki-tipua; mo Tu-taia-roa Hoki: the Story of Whaki-tipua and Tu-taia-roa " v. 163.
Translated by S. Percy Smith " v. 155.
Te Whetu Te patunga o Ngarara-Huarau: How Ngarara Huarau was killed " ii. 211.
Te haerenga mai o Kupe i Hawaiki: the Coming of Kupe from Hawaiki to New Zealand " ii. 147.
Te Whetu, Kaupa Ko te patunga o te Kaiwhaka-ruaki: the Slaying of Kai-whakaruaki (Translated by Elsdon Best) " iii. 16.
Kama-Tara and his Ogre Wife " vi. 97.
White, T. On the Relics of Captain Cook's Last Voyage Trans. xxi. 397.
On the Wild Dog of New Zealand " xxii. 327, 552.
On the Native Dog of New Zealand " xxiv. 540.
On the Maori Dog and the Dog Philological " xxv. 564.
Te Kuri Maori (the Dog of New Zealand): a Reply to the Rev. W. Colenso " xxvi. 585.
A Maori Pa at Lake Te Anau " xxvi. 513.
Extract from a Paper on the Rahui Jrnl. Pol. Soc. i. 275.
The Fleeing Maru-Iwi walk over the Glenshea Cliff at Night (Title only) Trans. xxx. 586; xxxii. 363.
The Ceremony of Rahui, Part I. Trans. xxviii. 54.
Ditto, Part II. " xxxii. 352.
A Maori Earthwork Fortification " xxxi. 750; xxxii. 398.
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White, T. A Maori Stronghold Trans. xxxi. 750; xxxii. 397.
Are they Old Kumara-pits? " xxxi. 750; xxxii. 396.
Moa and Toa—the Bird and the Tree " xxxii. 344.
About the Native Names for Places " xxxii. 347.
Te Reinga Jrnl. Pol. Soc. vii. 178.
Williams, T. C. A Letter to the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone; being an Appeal on behalf of the Ngati-raukawa Tribe 1873.
A Page from the History of a Record Reign (Wellington) 1899.
Williams, Rev. H. W. Notes on the Construction of a Maori House Jrnl. Pol. Soc. V. 145.
Williams, Archdeacon W. L. On the Visit of Captain Cook to Poverty Bay and Tolaga Bay Trans. xxi. 389.
The Story of John Rutherford " xxiii. 453, 618.
Notes on a Paper by Mr. A. S. Atkinson, “What is a Tangata Maori ?” Jrnl. Pol. Soc. ii. 63.
Names of Kumara (Ipoméa batatas) cultivated in New Zealand before the Arrival of Europeans " iii. 144.
Williams, Bishop W. Christianity among the New-Zealanders Account of Marsden and Heke's War, &c., 1867.
Wilson, J. A. Sketches of Ancient Maori Life and History Reprinted from Auckland Star, 1894.
Wilson, Major On the Korotangi, or Stone Bird Trans. xxii. 499, 522.
Wohlers, Rev. J. F. H. On the Mythology and Traditions of the Maori in New Zealand (Title only, Trans. N.Z. Inst. vi. 440) " vii. 1; viii. 108.
Maori Traditions in the Native Language (Title only) " vi. 446.
On the Conversion and Civilisation of the Maoris in the South of New Zealand " xiv. 123.
Myth of the Creation in New Zealand Unitarian Review, vii. 557, 1876.
Winkelmann, H. Notice of the Discovery of an Old Maori Wood Comb on the Great Barrier Island Trans. xxii. 541.
Church Missionary Inte [ unclear: ] ligencer, i. and ii. 1850–51.
Reports on New Zealand Missions at various Stations, with a number of illustrations.
Church Missionary Atlas, 1873.
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Statistics of the New Zealand Mission-from 1810 to 1873.
Letters and Journals of Bishop Selwyn, 1842–48, including Account of the Kororareka Disturbance in 1845, Nos. 4, 7, 8, 12, 20 Church in the Colonies, the S.P.G. publication, 1846, et seq.
Missionary Register, 1836.
Many Details about the various Missions, but little of Ethnological Value.