Maori Related Mission books.
|Call No:||Author:||Title:||Publisher:||Year||Physical Description:||Notes:|
|266.96||Report of the second conference of the Te Aute College Students' Association, December, 1897.||Te Aute College Students' Association||1898||Bound with "New Hebrides Mission".|
|266.96||Papers and Addresses read before the second conference of the Te Aute Students' Association, December, 1897||Te Aute Students' Association||1898||Bound with "New Hebrides Mission".|
|266.96||Papers and Addresses read before the first conference of the Te Aute Students' Association, February, 1897||Te Aute Students' Association||1897||Bound with "New Hebrides Mission".|
|266.93||WILLIAMS, Frederic Wanklyn||Through ninety years. 1826 - 1916.
Life and work among the Maoris in New Zealand.
|Whitcombe & Tombs||n.d.||360p. B&W photos, index.||Notes of the lives of William, and William Leonard Williams, first and third bishops of Waiapu.
"To Rev R G McKenzie. With best wishes.
|266.93||OWENS, J M R||Prophets in the wilderness. The Wesleyan Mission in New Zealand 1819-27.||Auckland University Press/OUP||1974||192p. B&W ill. Map. Notes. List of sources.||An account of the origins of the Wesleyan Mission at Whangaroa. 15:37:38 It investigates the attack on the Mission station.|
|266.93||LAURENSON, George I||Te Hahi Weteriana.
Three half centuries of the Methodist Maori Missions 1822 - 1972
|Wesley Historical Society||1972||267p. B&W ill. Index.||Published as Vol. 27 No. 1 & 2 of the proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society of New Zealand to mark the 150th anniversary of New Zealand Methodism.|
|BUD (266.93) NZ||BUDD, George||The story of Maori Missions.||Presbyterian Women's Missionary Union||1939||32p.||Five studies by the Very Rev George Budd.|
|GEN266.93||SMITH, J N||"Upon Them Hath The Light Shined".||1952||52p.||A brief history of the Presbyterian Maori Mission.|
|FLE (266.93) NZ||FLETCHER, H J||The story of Maori Missions.||Maori Missions Committee||1924||16p. B&W photos.||A history of Maori Missions with special reference to the work of the Presbyterian Church.|
|FLE (266.93) NZ||FLETCHER, H J||Maori Missions.||n.d.||8p. B&W photos.||A very brief history of missions to the Maori by Rev H J Fletcher, the eminent Maori missionary in the Presbyterian Church.|
|GEN 266.93||IRWIN, James and Alice||Christian work among the Maoris.||Presbyterian Bookroom||1963||20p. B&W photos. Map.||Published for the New Zealand Presbyterian Bible Class Movement.|
|GEN 266.93||LAUGHTON, J G||From Forest Trail to City Street.||Presbyterian Bookroom||1961||100p.||The story of the Presbyterian Church among the Maori people. Published for the Maori Synod. Includes names and dates of personnel who served in the field.|
|BUD (266.93) NZ||BUDD, George||How shall they hear? - Me pehea ratou e ronga ai.||Missions Committee, Presbyterian Church of New Zealand||c.1940||24p. B&W photos.|
|IRW (266.93) NZ||IRWIN, J and A||Christian work among the Maoris.||Presbyterian Bookroom/ NZ Presbyterian Bible Class Movement||1963||20p.||A series of 3 studies about work in the Maori field.|
|LIF (266.93) NZ||LIFT up your eyes.||Missionary Campaign Committee/Presbyterian Bookroom||1927||68p.||Addresses delivered during the United Missionary Campaign, May 1 - August 7, 1927, by Rev Geo H McNeur, Rev J L Gray, Rev George Budd,
Sister Jessie and Rev H H Barton.
|TAG (266.93)||TAGO, M A||Te Ahiwera. A man of faith. The life of Benjamin Y Ashwell, missionary to the Waikato.||Anglican Historical Society||2003||80p. Maps.||Also includes "Recollections of a Waikato Missionary" by Benjamin Y Ashwell, 1878.|
|ROB (323)||ROBERTS, John H||Alternative vision - he moemoea ano : from fiscal envelope to constitutional change : the significance of the Hirangi hui.||Joint Public Questions Committee of the Methodist Church of NZ and Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand||1996||37p. B&W ill.||Series: Joint Methodist Presbyterian Questions Committee occasional paper.|
|ROB (346)||ROBERTS, John Haig||Politics not justice : the government's Treaty settlement policy.||Joint Methodist Presbyterian Public Questions Committee||1999||24p. Bibliography.||This publication briefly surveys the material relating to Treaty settlements....but foucuses primarily on developments since the formation of the present coalition government in 1996.|
|WHO (266.93) NZ||WHO'S where in our Maori mission field.||Maori Synod, Presbyterian Church of New Zealand||1961||B&W photos. Map.||Photos and brief biographies of workers in the field.|
|PRE (266.93) NZ||PRESBYTERIAN Church of New Zealand
Maori Synod News Sheet. August 1965.
|1965||4p.||News sheet of Maori Synod.|
|993||BEATTIE, Herries||The Maoris and Fiordland.||1949||104p. B&W photos.||Maori myths, fascinating fables, legendary lore, typical traditions and native nomenclature.|
|993||HAMMOND, T G||The story of Aotea.||The Lyttleton Times Coy.||1924||242p.||The story of the Aotea Canoe.|
|993||MANING, Frederick Edward||Old New Zealand, also War in the North, and Maori traditions.||Whitcombe and Tombs||1922||386p. B&W ill.||A tale of the good old times and also a history of the war in the North against the chief Heke, in the year 1845, told by an old chief of the Ngapuhi tribe. Also Maori traditions.
Introduction by Dr Hocken.
|993||BEST, Elsdon||The Maori. Vol. 1.||Board of Maori Ethnological Research||1924||527p. B&W photos and ill. Map.||A sketch of Maori life and its activities in pre-European times.|
|993||TRAVERS, W T L||The stirring times of Te Rauparaha (Chief of the Ngatitoa).
Also The Sacking of Kaiapohia by STACK, J W
|Whitcombe & Tombs||246p. B&W photo and ill.|
|266||PYBUS, T A||Maori and missionary.||A H & A W Reed||1954||187p. B&W photos.||An account of the impact of Christianity on the Maori people of the South Island. Information is from the journals of pioneer missionaries Revs. James Watkins and Charles Creed.|
|285 NZ||ROBB, Loren (editor)||Te Hinota Maori,
The Maori Synod. Maori spirituality and ministry.
|Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand||c.1992||29p. B&W, Colour photos.||Series: Gift toward partnership. Bk. 1.|
|725||Diane Gilliam-Knight, Loren Robb (editors)||Te Maungarongo: the ancestral house of the Maori Synod.||Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand||c.1992||37p. ill. (some col), maps, photos.||Series: Gift toward partnership. Bk. 2.|
|725||ROBB, Loren (editor)||Te Kakano o te Aroha: the church marae of the Wellington Maori Pastorate.||Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand.||c.1992||37p. ill. (some col.), maps, plans, photos.||Series: Gift toward partnership. Bk. 3.|
|390||ROBB, Loren (editor)||Kawa Marae. A detailed guide to marae visits.||Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand.||c.1992||41p. B&W photos & ill.||Series: Gift toward partnership. Bk. 4.|
|306||ROBB, Loren (editor)||Mahi tahi: resources for bicultural partnership.||Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand.||c.1992||53p. ill. facsim.||Series: Gift toward partnership. Bk. 5.|
|993.1||WEBSTER, Peter||Rua and the Maori millennium||Price Milburn for Victoria University Press||1979||328p. B&W photos. Maps.|
|285 NZ||The STORY of the beginnings of Maori missions.||1948||3 pages of typescript together with map and chart of Maori mission stations of PCNZ.|
|993.1||COLLINS, Judith A||Maoribank and the old Brown Owl. A local history.||Upper Hutt City Council||1982||60p. B&W photos, ill.||A local history. Booklet stored with Parish Histories, Wellington Presbytery.|
|305 NZ||A MAORI view of the Hunn Report,||Presbyterian Bookroom for the Maori Synod of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand.||1961||44p.|
|370||New ways for new days. Nga Ahuatanga Hou Ho Nga Ra Hou.||Maori Section of National Council of Churches, NZ||20p.||A statement of the Maori section of the National Council of Churches in New Zealand representing the Anglican, Presbyterian and Methodist churches in New Zealand.|
|285 NZ||Moeraki 150th anniversary Church Service.||c.1986|
|285 NZ||Moeraki 125th Anniversary, 1836 - 1961||1961||B&W photos.|
|285 NZ||"Spring Up, O Well!" The jubilee record of the Maori Hill Presbyterian Church, 1905 - 1955.||1955||31p. B&W photos.|
|572||BIGGS, Bruce||Maori marriage. An essay in reconstruction.||The Polynesian Society Incorporated.||1960||108p. B&W ill.|
|016||LINEHAM, P J & GRIGG, A R||Religious history of New Zealand. A bibliography.||1984||164p.|
|993||SHARP, Andrew & McHUGH, Paul (editors)||Histories, power and loss. Uses of the past - a New Zealand commentary.||Bridget Williams Books||2001||250p. B&W photos.|
|92 HAM||RYBURN, H J||Te Hemara. James Hamlin, 1803 - 1865, friend of the Maoris.||H J Ryburn||1979||150p. B&W photos.|
|305||MIRAMS, Alison||Murihiku 1970.||Alison Mirams||1970||51p.|
|GEN 325||The Treaty of Waitangi and immigration policy.||Joint Methodist Presbyterian Public Questions Committee||1997||11p.|
|GEN 323||Tino Rangatiratanga||Joint Methodist Presbyterian Public Questions Committee||1992||12p.||An update of a paper prepared in 1990.|
|GEN 323||Tino Rangatiratanga (Revised July 1993)||Joint Methodist Presbyterian Public Questions Committee||1993|
|GEN 323||Te Wero! Foundation documents challenging government policies.||Joint Methodist Presbyterian Public Questions Committee.||1994||32p.|
|GEN 365||Towards a Maori criminal justice system.||Joint Methodist Presbyterian Public Questions Committee||1994||9p.|
|GEN 323||Frustration and loss of patience behind Maori land protests.||Joint Methodist Presbyterian Public Questions Committee||1995|
|TH 266||HOWAT, Bruce||Presbyterian Church of New Zealand : Home and Maori Mission 1930 - 1961.||24p.||Dissertation in Church History submitted to Faculty of Theology, University of Otago, for examination for Bachelor of Theology.
Church History, Stage Three.
|GEN 306||RAINEY, Patricia||Orongomai. The birth of a marae.||Upper Valley Marae Community Centre Committee||1976||56p. B&W photos.|
|GEN 261||Pakeha women and racism. A study resource for 1990 in the Decade of Churches in Solidarity with Women 1988 - 1998, Aotearoa New Zealand.||Conference of Churches in Aotearoa New Zealand||1990||18p.|
|266||MATTHEWS, P H||Our missions far and near.||NZ Young Women's Presbyterian Bible Class Union||1925||48p. Maps|
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