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 1. Armour, W. A. The First Century of St Paul's Presbyterian Church Napier New
           Zealand 1858-1958. Napier: The Parish, [1958].


 2. Edmunds, W. M. Waiapu Cathedral: Birth, Death and Resurrection. Napier:
           Cathedral Publicity Committee, 1900a.


 3. Grant, S. W. The Resurrection and the Life: A Centennial History of the
           Cathedrals of St. John the Evangelist 1886-1986 Diocese of Waiapu,
           Napier, New Zealand. Napier: Cathedral Centennial Committee, 1986.


 4. Laws, Charles H. Methodism in Napier: The Story of the First Decade. W.H.S.
           (N.Z.) Proceedings, 2 no. 3. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.),
           [1943].


 5. Mooney, Kay. The Work Is Great: Napier Catholic Parish 1859-1960. Napier:
           Napier Catholic Centenary Committee, 1960.


 6. Moonney, Kay. "Meeanee Parish - Hawke's Bay." n.d.


 7. Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions. 125th Jubilee 1865-1990 Napier. Napier:
           The Sisters, 1990.


 8. Wilson, John. "Hukarere's Hidden Treasure: The Chapel of a Napier Girls'
           School, Hukarere, Is a Masterpiece of Maori Art." New Zealand
           Historic Places, no. 45 (1993): 44-46.


Nazarene Church



 1. Bartle, Neville Robert. "The Growth of the Church of Nazarene in New
           Zealand." Fuller Theological Seminary M.A. Thesis, 1988.
NCC



 1. Anon. "Campaign for Christian Order and The Churches Answer Back." N.Z.
           Listener 7, no. 167 (4 September) (1942): 4.


 2. Brown, Colin. "The Council, the Churches and Controversy: The History of the
           National Council of Churches in New Zealand." Religious Studies in
           the Pacific, Editors John Hinchcliff, Jack Lewis, and Kapil Tiwari,
           191-200. Proceedings of 1977 Auckland Religious Studies Colloquium.
           Auckland: Colloquium Publishers, 1978.


 3. Brown, Colin G. Forty Years On: A History of the National Council of Churches
           in New Zealand, 1940-1981. Christchurch: National Council of
           Churches, 1981.


 4. National Council of Churches. They Met at Christchurch: Full Report of the
           Conference on Christian Order in New Zealand, Christ's College,
           Christchurch, August 28 to September 4, 1945. Christchurch & Dunedin:
           Presbyterian Bookroom for National Council of Churches, [1946].


 5. O'Grady, Alison. Alan Brash Voice for Unity. Auckland: Pace Publishing, 1991.


 6. Peterson, Mary. "Responsibility for State School Religious Education: the
           Churches Education Commission 1973-1992." Godly Schools? Some
           Approaches to Christian Education in New Zealand, Editor Bryan
           Gilling, 81-100. Waikato Studies in Religion, 4. Hamilton: University of
           Waikato & Colcom Press, 1993.


 7. Simpson, Jane M. R. "Liberal Christianity and the Changing Role of Women in
           New Zealand Society: A Study of the National Council of Churches and
           the League of Mothers 1939 to 1959." University of Otago Ph. D. Thesis
           in History, 1992.


 8. Tooley, Dale. Salting the Press . Wellington: The Author, 1983.
              Index.


Neligan



 1. Cameron, John S. G. "The Episcopate of Moore Richard Neligan, Bishop of
              Auckland, 1903-1910." Church of the Province of New Zealand S.Th.
              Thesis, 1973.


Nelson City



 1. Ault, H. F. The Centennial History of All Saints' Parish Nelson 1862-1962.
              Nelson: All Saints Vestry, [1962].


 2. ———. "Nelson's First Three Clergymen." Nelson Historical Society 1, no. 3
              (1958): 10.


 3. Dakin, J. C. "The Elementary Schools of Early Nelson 1842-1856: A Case of
              Community Development." Nelson & Marlborough Historical Society
              Journal 1, no. 2 (1982): 11-25.


 4. ———. "The Nelson Community and Its Elementary Schools." New Zealand
              Journal of Educational Studies 17, no. 2 (1982): 146-54.


 5. Durning, Francis. "Education in Nelson 1850-1880: From the Standpoint of the
              Garin Schools." Victoria University College M.A. Thesis, 1941.


 6. Gowing, E. A. Centenary of Christ Church Nelson 1851-1951. Nelson: The
              Cathedral Parish, [1951].


 7. Harris, Anthony. The Beauty of Your House - the Nelson Catholic Parish
              1844-1994. Nelson: St. Mary's Parish, 1994.


 8. Jordan, Charles B. History of Methodism in Stoke (Nelson New Zealand).
              Proceedings Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 7 no 3. Nelson: A.G.
            Betts & Son Ltd, 1949.


 9. Kershaw, Charles. A Short History of the Nelson Baptist Church 1851 to 1951.
            Editor William Teeboon. Auckland: Institute Printing & Publishing
            Society, 1951.


10. " Sacred Heart College - St. Joseph's School, 1871-1971, Editor Carol
            Peter-Slinn 72 pp . Nelson: Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions, 1971.


11. Pratt, Major Albert Rugby. Nelson Methodist Centenary Souvenir 1842-1942.
            Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.) Proceedings, 2 no. 1. Nelson: R.W.
            Stiles, 1942.


12. Stringer, Marion J. St John's Agnlican Church Wakefield New Zealand 150th
            Anniversary History Covering 150 Years of Christian Worship, October
            1846-October 1996. Wakefield: St John's Church 150th Anniversary
            Committee, 1996.


13. Tunnicliff, Shirley. "Taranaki Comes to Nelson." Anglican History Society
            Newsletter , no. 21 (2002): 2-10.


14. Venner, Rosemary. St. John's Methodist Church 1890-1990: A History of the
            Buildings on Town Acre 431 Hardy Street, Nelson. Nelson: St. John's
            Church, 1990.


Nelson Province



 1. Ault, H. F. The Nelson Narrative: The Story of the Church of England in the
            Diocese of Nelson New Zealand 1858-1958. Nelson: Diocesan Standing
            Committee, 1958.


 2. Bamford, Thomas. The Story of the Planting and Growth of the Restoration
            Movement in Nelson District, New Zealand, and Spring Grove From
            1843 to 1948. Nelson: Printed by R. Lucas & Son, 1948.
 3. Burnett, R. I. M. "St. John's Anglican Church, Wakefield." Record of N.Z.
            Historic Places Trust 1, no. 1 (1976): 7-12.


 4. Centenary Committee. Waimea West Catholic Church Centenary 1855-1955.
            Nelson: R.W. Stiles & Co for the Parish, 1955.


 5. Clarke, T. P. "Bishop Hobhouse; The Nelson Episcopate (1859-1865) of the Rt.
            Rev. Edmund Hobhouse, First Bishop of Nelson New Zealand." Victoria
            University of Wellington M.A. Thesis in History, 1977.


 6. Cole, Keith. Sincerity My Guide: A Biography of the Right Reverend R. W.
            Stephenson (1888-1962). Melbourne: Church Missionary Historical
            Publications Trust, 1970.


 7. Jordan, C. B. Some Yesterdays of Motueka Methodism. Proceedings Wesley
            Historical Society (N.Z.), 10 no. 2. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society
            (N.Z.), 1952.


 8. Loveridge, Barry E. Together in Faith: A History of the Spring Grove Parochial
            District. Blenheim: Express Printing Works, 1973.


 9. Miller, Robert S. Blue Banner: The Life of the Rev. Thomas Dickson Nicholson,
            First Presbyterian Minister of Nelson and Marlborough. Christchurch &
            Dunedin: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1960.


10. Rigg, E. M. "History of the Anglican Church in Nelson From the Coming of the
            White Man to the Establishment of the West Coast Gold Fields."
            Canterbury University College M.A. Thesis, 1944.


11. Smith, Dawn. "Cow Herding in the Moutere." Journal of the Nelson and
            Marlborough History Societies 2, no. 2 (1988): 39-40.


12. Tunnicliff, Shirley, Editor. The Selected Letters of Mary Hobhouse. Wellington:
            Daphne Brasell Associates Press, 1992.
13. West, Janet. Innings of Grace: A Life of Bishop W. G. Hilliard. Rozelle: Trinity
            Grammar School, 1987.


Nevill



 1. Nevill, E. R. Samuel Tarratt Nevill, First Bishop of Dunedin 1871-1919: With a
            Short History of St Paul's Cathedral Church. Dunedin: Otago Daily
            Times, 1922.


 2. Robson, N. A. "The Episcopate of Samuel Tarratt Nevill 1871-1919." University
            of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1950.
            Author's married name is Wallis.


New Age Movement



 1. Clifton, Jane. "Age of Unreason." New Zealand Listener (1999): 16-19.


 2. Ellwood, Robert S. "Esoteric Religions." Religions of New Zealanders, Editor
            Peter Donovan, 142-56. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1990.


 3. Scadden, Tracey L. "The New Age in New Zealand." Victoria University of
            Wellington M.A. Thesis in World Religions, 1992.


New Life Centres



 1. Henderson, Mary. From Glory to Glory: A History of the Timaru New Life
            Centre 1960-1980. Timaru: Dove Print, 1980.


 2. Knowles, Brett. "For the Sake of the Name: A History of the "New Life
            Churches" From 1942 to 1965." University of Otago B. Theol. Hons.
            Dissertation, 1988.


 3. ———. The History of a New Zealand Pentecostal Movement: The New Life
            Churches of New Zealand From 1946 to 1979. Studies in Religion and
            Society, 45. Lewistown: Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.


 4. ———. "Some Aspects of the History of the New Life Churches of New
            Zealand." University of Otago Ph.D. Thesis in Church History, 1994.


 5. ———. "Vision of the Disinherited? The Growth of the Pentecostal Movement
            in the 1960s, With Particular Reference to the New Life Churches of
            New Zealand." 'Be Ye Separate': Fundamentalism and the New Zealand
            Experience, Editor Bryan Gilling, 107-41. Waikato Studies in Religion,
            III. Hamilton: University of Waikato & Colcom Press, 1992.


 6. Logan, Neville. 'Excuse Me, I Have to Shoot the Guitarist': The Amazing
            Adventures of a Kiwi Cartoonist. Christchurch: Kotuku Foundation,
            1997.


New Plymouth



 1. Alington, Margaret H. Goodly Stones and Timbers: A History of St. Mary's
            Church, New Plymouth. New Plymouth: St. Mary's Church, 1988.


 2. Carey, H. E., [attributed]. A Poem in Stone: A Brief History of St. Mary's Church
            & Parish New Plymouth During Its First 100 Years of Service and
            After 1843-1952. Revisers G. A. Butt, and G. J. Ginevear. 8 ed. New
            Plymouth: St Mary's Pro-Cathedral, 1943.


 3. Cooper, Robert Lawrence. A Goodly Heritage With a Great Responsibility;
            Retrospect and Prospect, Being a Brief Survey of the Beginning and
            Growth of Sunday School and Youth Work in New Plymouth Among the
            People Called Methodists. Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.)
            Proceedings, 9 no. 4. New Plymouth: McLeod & Slade Ltd., printers,
            [1951].


 4. Probyn, Hazel, and Katie Monaghan, Main authors. For the Glory of God in
            New Plymouth: Centenary Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions New
            Plymouth-Taranaki-New Zealand. New Plymouth: The Sisters, [1984].


 5. Troup, Mary. "Stones of Contention." Archifacts, no. 4 (1983): 13-14.


New Thought



 1. Stace, Hilary. "'Faith and Persistance Win Through': The School of Radiant
            Living in New Zealand, and Its Appeal, Particularly to Women."
            Victoria University of Wellington WISC 489 Research Essay, 1998.


Ngakuku



 1. Stanley, John. "William Marsh (Ngakuku) a Christian Convert and Teacher."
            New Zealand Federation of Historical Societies Journal 2, no. 5 (1987):
            55-57.


Ngata



 1. Walker, Ranganui. He Tipua: The Life and Times of Sir Apirana Ngata.
            Auckland: Viking, 2001.


Nichol



 1. Veitch, James, Editor. In Search of Truth! Frank Nichol: Church
            TheologianEndeavour Press, [1994].


Nicholson



 1. Miller, Robert S. Blue Banner: The Life of the Rev. Thomas Dickson Nicholson,
            First Presbyterian Minister of Nelson and Marlborough. Christchurch &
           Dunedin: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1960.


Niueans



 1. Cuthbertson, Philip, Editor. Counselling Issues & South Pacific Communities.
           Auckland: Accent Publications (Snedden & Cervin), 1997.


Norrie



 1. Dixon, William Gray. In Memoriam. The Rev. Thomas Norrie. Auckland:
           Wilson & Horton, 1905.


North



 1. Batts, E. W., and A. H. Macleod. J. J. North: The Story of a Great New
           Zealander. Auckland: N.Z. Baptist Historical Society, nd.


 2. Edgar, Stanley Loraine. Alfred North, 1846-1924. [Auckland]: New Zealand
           Baptist Historical Society, 1955.


 3. MacLeod, Angus. J. J. North Preacher & Teacher. Shapers of Baptist Life, 1.
           [Auckland]: Baptist Historical Society, [1991].


 4. North, L. A. L. A. North: The Man and His Memoirs. Editor G. T. Beilby.
           Auckland: N.Z. Baptist Historical Society, 1983.


North Canterbury



 1. Bull, Frederick A. Malvern Presbyterian Church 1878-1978. Christchurch: The
           Parish, [1978].


 2. Evans, John. St. Bartholomew's Church: A Century of Work and Witness in
           Kaiapoi and District. A History of the Church, 1853-1953. Christchurch:
           Simpson & Williams, printers, [1953].


 3. Fields, Ronald Ernest. Waimakariri Methodism. Oxford: 1971.


 4. Lane, F. A. Light in the Clearing: A Historical Survey of Methodism in
           Rangiora. Rangiora: Trustees, Methodist Church, 1965.


 5. McRae, W. D., and others. A Centennial History of the Amuri Presbyterian
           Church. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1964.


 6. Riseley, B. H. Kaiapoi Methodist Church Centennial 1856-1956: Brief Record
           and Historical Survey of 100 Years of Work, Witness and Worship.
           Kaiapoi: The Church, 1956.


North German Missionary Biographies



 1. Greenwood, William. Riemenschneider of Warea. Wellington: A.H. and A.W.
           Reed, 1967.
           Indexed, Appendices of documents.


 2. Honore, Christopher. "Abraham Honore North German Mission Society
           Missionary to the Maori 1848-1894." Massey University M.A. Hons.
           Research Exercise in History, 1999.


 3. ———. I Have Kept the Faith: A Biographical Introduction to the Life of
           Abraham Honore, 1821-1894. Red Beach, Orewa: Colcom Press, 1998.


 4. Kirk, M. E. "Life Work of the Rev. J. F. H. Wohlers." University of Otago M.A.
           Thesis in History, 1933.


 5. Kupke, Carol F. "Called to Serve the Maoris." Concordia Historical Institute
           Quarterly 59, no. 3 (1986): 98-106.
 6. Natusch, Sheila. Brother Wohlers: A Biography of J. F. H. Wohlers of Ruapake.
            Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1969.
            There is a revised edition, Wellington, 1993.


 7. ———. "Chapter 24: Wohlers of Ruapuke." The German Connexion: New
            Zealanders and German Speaking Europe, Editor James N. Bade,
            226-34. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1993.


 8. ———. "Pastor Wohlers of Ruapuke." New Zealand Heritage 2, no. 17: 459.


 9. ———. "Wohlers of Ruapake: A Tohunga by Adoption." Te Ao Hou, no. 57
            (1966): 6-8.


10. Sutherland, Margaret. "Chapter 25: Anna Dierks." The German Connexion: New
            Zealanders and German Speaking Europe, Editor James N. Bade,
            235-41. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1993.


11. Tiesmeyer, Ludwig. Eine Deutsche Missionsarbeit Auf Neu Seeland
            Lebensgeschichte De Missions J. Fr. Riemenschneider. Bremen: 1875.


12. Wohlers, Johann F. H. Memoirs of the Life of J. F. H. Wohlers, Missionary of
            Ruapake, New Zealand: An Autobiography. Translator John Houghton.
            Dunedin: Otago Daily Times print, 1895.


North German Missionary Society



 1. Natusch, Sheila. Hell and High Water: A German Occupation of the Chatham
            Islands, 1843-1910. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1977.


 2. Oettli, P. H. "Chapter 23: The German Mission to the New Zealand Maori." The
            German Connexion: New Zealanders and German Speaking Europe,
            Editor James N. Bade, 212-25. Auckland: Oxford University Press,
            1993.
 3. Smith, Dawn. "Cow Herding in the Moutere." Journal of the Nelson and
            Marlborough History Societies 2, no. 2 (1988): 39-40.


 4. Weiss, Bruno. More Than Fifty Years on Chatham Island: Cultural and
            Biographical Descriptions in Edoted Comments and Extracts From the
            Letters of a German Citizen. Dunedin: K. J. Dennison, 1991.
            Edited from a German edition of 1901.


North Otago



 1. Catholic Church, Diocese of Dunedin. Pioneering Days of the Church in North
            Otago 1840-1900. Dunedin: N.Z. Tablet Co, 1971.


 2. Ciaran, Fiona. "A Unique Window." New Zealand Historic Places, no. 50
            (1994): 29.


 3. Higgins, Pamela J. "The Prohibition Movement in Oamaru 1893-1905."
            University of Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1978.


 4. Kerr, Lloyd. A Coastal Parish Celebrates 100 Years: Sidelights on the
            Waikouaiti Presbyterian Church 1863-1963. North Otago: The Parish,
            1963.


 5. McDonald, K. C. The Way We Came: A Centennial History of St. Paul's
            Presbyterian Church Oamaru. Oamaru: The Parish, 1963.
            Indexed.


 6. Naylor, W. R. F. Anglican Centenary: A Narrative Covering 100 Years of the
            Church of England in North Otago. Oamaru: The Parish of North Otago,
            1962.


Northland
 1. Abercrombie, K. The Changeful Years Unresting: Whangarei Methodist Circuit
            Centennial Celebrations. Whangarei: Methodist Circuit, 1966.


 2. Allan, Ann. Go Ye Out. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, [1943].


 3. Anon. "The Methodist Mission House From Hokianga." Auckland & Waikato
            Historical Journal, no. 19 (1971): 2-3.


 4. Bawden, Patricia. The Years Before Waitangi: A Story of Early Maori/Pakeha
            Contact in New Zealand. Auckland: Benton Ross (distributors), 1987.
            Index.


 5. Bawden, Patricia M. "Christian Beginnings in New Zealand; The Historical
            Significance of the Ohi, Rangihoua, Te Puna Area." Joint Board of
            Theological Studies S. Th. Thesis, 1976.


 6. Burton, O. "Historic Northland Chapel." Northland: A Regional Magazine 11,
            no. 1 (1968): 33-35.


 7. Chambers, Wesley. "Quiet Reminder at Mangungu." New Zealand Historic
            Places, no. 29 (1990): 10-14.


 8. Clunie, Susan. "Historic Character of Pompallier Garden." New Zealand
            Historic Places, no. 32 (1991): 14-19.


 9. Eagles, J. "Churches in North Are Living History." Weekly News, no. 5276
            (1964): 14-15.


10. George, Thomas. Brief History of Catholic Parish of Whangarei NZ 1836 to
            1986. Northland: Private Publication, 1986.


11. ———. The Catholic Mission of Tangitoria 1836 to 1985. Northland: Private
            Publication, 1985.


12. Haltaway, F. G. "History of Missionary Labours in the Bay of Islands,
            Whangaroa, and Hokianga Districts, and the Influence of Missionary
            Work." Auckland University College M.A. Thesis in History, 1931.


13. Hames, E. W. Port Albert Methodist Church: Historical Survey and Witness
            1862-1967. Wellsford: The Parish, [1967].


14. Irvine, F. M. J. "Okura Marae, Hokianga: The Significance of the Kotahitanga
            Movement in Understanding Maori Religion." New Zealand Federation
            of Historical Societies Journal, no. 2 (1972): 33-37.


15. Keene, Florence. Legends in Kauri: Old Homes and Churches of the North.
            New ed. Whangarei: F. Keene, 1994.
            Not seen.


16. Laws, Charles H. The Methodist Mission in New Zealand: Toil and Adversity at
            Whangaroa. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 3 nos. 1-2. Auckland: Wesley
            Historical Society (N.Z.), 1944.


17. Malcolm, Jill. "Northern Worship." Pacific Way, no. 58 (1993): 48-55.


18. Matthews, H. S. The Story of the Church in Kaitaia. Kaitaia: Parochial Vestry,
            [1934].


19. Metge, S. "Church on the Hill." Northland: A Regional Magazine, no. 19
            (1962): 35-39.


20. Ojala, O. J. In the Footsteps of Marsden: A New Zealand Saga. Feilding: Printed
            by Fisher Printing & Stationery Ltd, 1993.


21. Owens, John M. R. Prophets in the Wilderness: The Wesleyan Mission to New
            Zealand 1819-1827. Auckland: Auckland University Press & Oxford
            University Press, 1974.


22. Parker, Thora. And Not to Yield: The Story of a New Zealand Family,
            1840-1940. Auckland: Bateman, 1987.
23. Ramsden, Eric. Marsden and the Missions: Prelude to Waitangi. Sydney: Angus
            & Roberston, 1936.
            Bibliography.


24. Ross, R. M. A Guide to Pompallier House. Wellington: New Zealand Historic
            Places Trust, 1970.


25. Schwimmer, Erik G. "A Sense of Belonging." Education 15, no. 1 (1966): 3-19.


26. Smith, D. "St. Patrick's Church, Makara." Stockade 2, no. 1 (1974): 2-5.


27. Stevenson, John. Diary 1 January - 6 April 1905. [No place]: Private
            Publication, [1996].


28. Watson, Grahame S. "The Oruaiti Chapel." Journal '90 Wesley Historical
            Society (N.Z.) 56 (1990): 74-77.


29. Woods, Sybil. Marianne Williams: A Study of Life in the Bay of Islands, New
            Zealand 1823-1879. 3rd ed. Christchurch: PPP Printers, 1994.
            Notes indicate 1 edn, published by Terence Hodgson in 1977, 2 edn in
            1989 by Caxton Press. They are really impressions.


O'Brien



 1. O'Brien, Fergus Blair. Fergus: A Memoir of Fergus Blair O'Brien by His
            Friends. Dunedin: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1943.


Oamaru



 1. Lee, Jan-Maree, Editor. The Oamaru Union Parish History 1993. Oamaru:
            Oamaru Mail Ltd, 1993.


 2. Ross, Beverley. "A Classical Masterpiece." New Zealand Historic Places , no.
            58 (May) (1996): 15-16.
Ogilvie



 1. Ogilvie, Gordon. Little Feet in a Big Room: Frances Ogilvie of China.
             Christchurch: Shoal Bay Press, 1994.


Orange



 1. Carson, R. A. "Some Reflections on the Life of W. A. Orange." Latimer, no. 111
             (1992): 19-22.


 2. Clark, Jeremy. "The Evangelical Ministry of William A. Orange 1930-1945."
             Auckland Consortium of Theological Education B. Th. Research Essay
             in Church History, Melbourne College of Divinity, 1995.


 3. Rathgen, David G. S. "The Church in New Zealand 1890-1920, With Special
             Reference to W. A. Orange." Joint Board of Theological Studies
             Licentiate of Theology Thesis, 1969.


Orange Order



 1. Brosnahan, Sean. "The 'Battle of the Borough' and the 'Saige O Timaru':
             Sectarian Riot in Colonial Canterbury." New Zealand Journal of History
             28, no. 1 (1994): 41-59.


 2. Carnahan, Joseph. Orangeism in Australia and New Zealand: Life and Times of
             William the Third and History of Orangeism. Auckland: H Brett, 1890.


Orphanages



 1. Cattanach, D. M. God's Plenty: A Romance of Vision and Service. The Story of
             Daniel Vickery Bryant and the Bryant Trusts. Hamilton: Bryant Trust
             Board, 1980.
 2. Mathew, H. C. The Institutional Care of Dependent Children in New Zealand.
           Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research, 1942.
           index.


 3. Meyer, Daphne. "A History of the Brethren Assembly; A History of the Feltham
           Children's Home." Otaki Historical Society Historical Journal 2
           (1979): 55-57; 57-59.


 4. Pratt, M. A. Rugby. The Story of the South Island Methodist Orphanage and
           Children's Home, Christchurch. Christchurch: Bascands, printers, 1934.


Otago



 1. Asher, J. A., and M. Asher. The Asher Family 1832-1982: New Zealand
           Narratives. Auckland: Woolmore Printing, 1983.


 2. Barber, Lawrence H. "The Church Defence Society of Otago and Southland,
           1897." Massey University M.A. Thesis in History, 1970.


 3. Bischoff, H. C. Centennial History 1864-1964. Dunedin: Bible Society of Otago
           and Southland, [1964].


 4. Booth, Ken, and others. The Farthest Jerusalem: Four Lectures on the Origins
           of Christianity in Otago. Dunedin: University of Otago, Hocken Library
           & Faculty of Theology, 1993.


 5. Bunce, R. J. "The Trust Funds for Religious and Educational Uses at Otago
           1842-1866." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1981.


 6. Cadogan, Bernard Francis. "'Lace Curtain Catholics': The Catholic Bourgeoisie
           of the Diocese of Dunedin, 1900-1920." University of Otago B.A. Hons.
           Dissertation in History, 1984.


 7. Chisholm, James. Fifty Years Syne: A Jubilee History of the Presbyterian
            Church of Otago 1848-1898. Dunedin: J. Wilkie, 1898.


 8. Clarke, A. "A Godly Rhythm: Keeping the Sabbath in Otago, 1870-1890."
            University of Otago Research Essay, 2000?


 9. Collie, John. The Story of the Otago Free Church Settlement, 1848-1948: A
            Century's Growth by a Southern Sea. Christchurch: Presbyterian
            Bookroom, 1947.


10. Duhig, J. F. "Roman Catholic Educational Activity in the Province of Otago."
            University of New Zealand M.A. Thesis, 1934.


11. Evans, John H. "Bishop Jenner and the Diocese of Dunedin." Journal of
            Religious History 4, no. 4 (1967): 317-47.


12. ———. Southern See: The Anglican Diocese of Dunedin New Zealand.
            Dunedin: Dunedin Diocese Standing Committee, 1968.


13. Fairclough, Paul Wynyard. The Early History of Missions in Otago. Dunedin:
            New Zealand Bible & Tract Society, 1902.


14. Galer, Lois. "Celebrating Churches." New Zealand Historic Places, no. 49
            (1994): 36.


15. Garrett, M. C. "The Anglican Church in Otago and Southland to 1871."
            University of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1933.


16. Gunn, Lewis F. F. "The Contribution to Education Made by the Presbyterian
            Church in Otago and Southland." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in
            History, 1935.


17. Hickman, D. J. D. The Methodist Church of New Zealand Before 1848 and
            After. A Brief Survey of Methodism in Otago. W.H.S. (N.Z.)
            Proceedings, 6 no. 1. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.),
            [1948].
18. Kavanagh, J. P., Afterword writer. Centennial Souvenir Dunedin Diocese.
           Dunedin: Catholic Diocese of Dunedin, [1971].


19. Keen, David Stuart. "Feeding the Lambs: the Influence of Sunday Schools on
           the Socialization of Children in Otago and Southland, 1848-1901."
           University of Otago Ph.D. thesis in History, 1999.


20. Knight, Hardwicke. Church Building in Otago. Dunedin: Hardwicke Knight,
           1994.


21. Lawry, Walter. "Wesleydale": A Modern Miracle [A Tribute to Its Pioneers and
           Workers]. Dunedin . Mission Press: 1993.


22. MacGibbon, John. Going Abroad. [Wellington]: Ngaio Press, 1997.
           Cover subtitle: 'The MacGibbon family and other early Scottish
           emigrants to Otago and Southland, New Zealand'.


23. McClean, R. R. "Class, Family and Church: A Case Study of Interpretation,
           Otago 1848-1852." University of Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in
           History, 1980.


24. McHardy, Emmet C. The Church in a Special Colony: A History of the
           Presbyterian Synod of Otago & Southland 1866-1991. Dunedin: Synod
           of Otago & Southland, Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand,
           1994.


25. McKean, John. The Road to Secularisation in Presbyterian Dunedin: The First
           Fifty Years of the Otago Settlement. Annual Lecture, 1991. [Dunedin]:
           Presbyterian Historical Society of New Zealand, 1993.


26. Meiklejohn, J. B. "The Anglican Diocese of Dunedin." University of Otago
           M.A. Thesis in History, 1964.


27. Page, Dorothy. "Early Otago Settlement." Genealogical Research in New
           Zealand Journal (1989): 13-22.
28. Povey, Dannis M., Editor. Parish Based Community Mission in Otago: A Survey
            2001. Dunedin: Presbyterian Support, 2001.


29. Pybus, T. A. Otakou and the First Christian Mission: A Brief Statement.
            Centenary Commemoration South Island. Dunedin: O.D.T. Print, 1940.


30. Riddle, Janet I., Editor. 'Violet': Marian Campbell Riddle 1852-1922.
            Whitiagna: The Author, 1990.


31. Robson, N. A. "The Episcopate of Samuel Tarratt Nevill 1871-1919." University
            of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1950.
            Author's married name is Wallis.


32. Ross, Angus. "Scots in the South." New Zealand Heritage 2, no. 19: 522.


33. Ross, Charles Stuart. The Story of the Otago Church and Settlement. Dunedin:
            Wise, Caffin, 1887.


34. Sinclair, W. D. "Methodism in Otago to 1863." University of Otago M.A. Thesis
            in History, 1930.


35. Swinton, David E. "The Presbyterian Church and Education in Otago."
            University of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1935.


36. Tapp, E. J. "John McGlashan and the Otago Lay Association." Otago University
            M.A. Thesis in History, 1936.


37. Tither, M. C. "The Roman Catholic Church in Otago." University of Otago
            M.A. Thesis, 1938.


38. Turner, E. F. "Foundation of the Otago Settlement." University of Otago M.A.
            Thesis, 1926.


39. White, Stephen. "Models of Ministry: A Theological Perspective of Anglican
            Models of Ministry in Otago and Southland." University of Otago
            Dissertation in Systematic Theology, 1990.


Otaki



 1. Bergin, Paul. "Hoani Papita to Paora: the Marist Missions of Hiruharama and
            Otaki 1883 to 1914." University of Auckland M.A. Research Essay in
            History, 1986.
            The missions in the Wanganui River area as well as Otaki. A fine
            analysis.


 2. Faith, Leah, Editor. Otaki Parish and Convent School Jubilee. Otaki: The
            Catholic Parish, 1974.


 3. Kinsella, Paddy, Irene Mackle, and Brendan Molloy. Pukekaraka: Celebrating
            the History of St. Mary's Parish Otaki 1844-1994 St Peter Chanel School
            Otaki 1894-1994. Otaki: Schoool and Parish, 1994.


 4. Lancaster, E. M. "Octavius Hadfield and the Kapiti Mission." Auckland
            University College M.A. Thesis, 1935.


 5. Starke, June. "The Baptism of Te Puni." Turnbull Library Record n.s. 3, no. 3
            (1970): 137-42.


 6. Swabey, Barbara. "The Methodist Church - the First 80 Years." Otaki Historical
            Society Historical Journal 9 (1986): 87-89.


 7. ———. "The Methodist Church - the First 80 Years." Otaki Historical Society
            Historical Journal 10 (1987): 58-67.


 8. Swabey, Barbara V. "The Parish of Otaki." Otaki Historical Society Historical
            Journal 11 (1988): 6-21.


 9. Swabey, Barbara, and Hemi Nikora. "Rangiatea Church Renovations and
            Celebrations."Otaki Historical Society. Historical Journal 13 (1990):
           66-70.


Other Denominations: Congregational Histories



 1. Anon. "Where the Gay Pray." Metro 8, no. 85 (1988): 50.


 2. United Evangelical Church, Palmerston North. United Evangelical Church
           Princess Street Palmerston North Golden Jubilee 1923-1973. Palmerston
           North: The Church, 1973.


Overseas Aid and Development



 1. Bryant, George. Pathways of Hope: The Story of World Vision New Zealand.
           Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1996.


 2. Cameron, Caitriona. Go Anywhere Do Anything: New Zealanders in the Friends
           Ambulance Unit in China 1945-1951. Wellington: Beechtree Press,
           1999.


 3. Dalzell, Matthew. New Zealanders in Republican China 1912-1949. Resource
           Papers, 4. Auckland: University of Auckland New Zealand Asia Institute
           Resource Papers, 1995.


 4. Graham, Alan. A Matter of Conscience (A Pacifist Through Six Wars).
           Auckland: Private Publication, 1994.


 5. Lovell-Smith, Margaret. No Turning Back: A History of Inter-Church Aid Work
           of the National Council of Churches in New Zealand 1945-1983.
           Christchurch: National Council of Churches, 1986.
           Indexed.


 6. O'Grady, Ron. The Old Believers: A New Zealand Refugee Programme.
           Christchurch: National Council of Churches, 1972.
 7. Sider, Martin. "Politics of a Good Cause." Massey University Diploma in Social
           Sciences Extended Essay, 1989.


 8. Thompson, R. Thurlow. New Zealand in Relief: The Story of C.O.R.S.O.'s
           Twenty-One Years of Relief Service Overseas. Wellington: N.Z. Council
           of Organisations for Relief Services Overseas, 1965.


Overseas Missions



 1. Anderson, Gerald H., Editor. Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions.
           New York: Macmillan Reference, 1998.


 2. Brash, Alan A., Editor. How Did the Church Get There? A Study of the
           Missionary Activity of the Churches and Missionary Societies Belonging
           to the National Missionary Council of New Zealand. Christchurch &
           Dunedin: Presbyterian Bookroom, [1948].


 3. Dalzell, Matthew. "New Zealanders in Republican China, 1912-1949."
           University of Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1994.


 4. Davidson, Allan K. "The New Zealand Overseas Missionary Contribution: The
           Need for Further Research." With All Humility and Gentleness, Editors
           Allan Davidson, and Godfrey Nicholson, 41-50. Auckland: St John's
           College, 1991.


 5. Hiney, Tom. On the Missionary Trail: A Journey Through Polynesia, Asia, and
           Africa With the London Missionary Society1. New York: Atlantic
           Monthly Press, 2000.


 6. Kaye, Mrs A. 'Out of Every Nation': A Brief Account of the World's Missionary
           Conference, Held in Edinburgh in 1910. Compiled From the Official
           Reports and Personal Notes. Christchurch: Smith & Anthony Ltd for
           Presbyterian Women's Missionary Union, [1910].
 7. Laughton, J. G., and Percy R. Thomas. New Zealand and the World's Book.
            Wellington and London: British and Foreign Bible Society, 1964.


 8. Lineham, Peter. "Missions in the Consciousness of the New Zealand Churches."
            Stimulus 7, no. 2 (1999): 33-39.


 9. Periodicals, Missionary. " N.Z. Missionary Record, Dunedin (1882-); N.Z.
            Church Missionary Association, Annual Report (1894-) Then N.Z. CMS
            News; Anglican Board of Missions: Church Overseas; Methodist: Open
            Doors (1922-).


Overseas Missions, Interdenominational



 1. Archives, Sudan United Mission. 64 Cook Street, Baulkam Hills, NSW Australia
            2153.


 2. Allan, George. Reminiscences: Being Incidents From Missionary Service.
            London: Bolivian Indian Mission, 1938.


 3. Dalzell, Matthew. New Zealanders in Republican China 1912-1949. Resource
            Papers, 4. Auckland: University of Auckland New Zealand Asia Institute
            Resource Papers, 1995.


 4. Davidson, Arthur. High Adventure With God. Manila: Living Books for All,
            1974.


 5. Edwards, Rowland C. J. H. Todd: An Appreciation. Australia: Privately
            published, 1947.


 6. Evangelical Missionary Alliance. Directory of Missions, Including a Statistical
            Survey, New Zealand Missionary Alliance, Auckland, 1974.


 7. Funnell, K. L. In the Sanctuary: Some Devotional Writings of the Rev. H.W.
            Funnell. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom for Author, 1963.
 8. Hinton, Linnet. Never Say Can't . Singapore: Overseas Missionary Fellowship,
           1987.


 9. Hudspith, Margarita Allan. Ripening Fruit: A History of the Bolivian Indian
           Mission. New Jersey: Harrington Press, 1958.
           See also Allan's Reminiscences.


10. Kirk, Margaret. Gumboots and a Sarong: The Asian Adventures of a
           Ready-for-Anything Kiwi Cowhand. Orewa: Colcom Press, 1997.


11. ———. Let Justice Flow . Birkenhead: Private Publication, 2000.


12. Lineham, Peter. "Missions in the Consciousness of the New Zealand Churches."
           Stimulus 7, no. 2 (1999): 33-39.


13. Loane, Marcus L. The Story of the China Inland Mission in Australia and New
           Zealand 1890-1964. Sydney: Overseas Missionary Fellowship, 1965.


14. MacDiarmid, D. N. By River, Road and Rail Through North East Africa.
           Melbourne: Brown, Prior & Co, n.d.


15. ———. Life and Work in the Nuba Mountains. Melbourne: Ruskin Press, 1925.


16. ———. Ship Ahoy and Hallelujah! or From Fo'c'Sle to Pulpit. Kerikeri: The
           Author, 1968.


17. ———. Tales of the Sudan. Melbourne: Sudan United Mission, 1934.
           About NZ missionaries working for the Sudan United Mission. The
           author served with the mission 1902-1930, and then became a
           Presbyterian minister.


18. Moreau, A. Scott, Editor. Evangelical Dictionary of World Missions. Grand
           Rapids: Baker Bookhouse, 2000.


19. Roberts, R. L. "The Growth of Inter-Denominational Mission Societies in New
            Zealand." University of Auckland M.A. Dissertation in History, 1977.


20. Roberts, Ron and Gwen. To Fight Better: A Portrait of J. Oswald Sanders
            Missionary Statesman and Bible Teacher . Crowborough, East Sussex:
            Highland Books, 1989.


21. Spartalis, P. J. To the Nile and Beyond: The Birth and Growth of the Sudanese
            Church of Christ, Being the Work of the A.N.Z. Branch of the Sundan
            United Mission. Homebush West: ANZEA Publishers, 1981.


22. Stewart, Ruby. "News From Rumasha." 'After Many Days' S.U.M. Annual
            Report and Review 1912, Editor W. J. W. Roome. Marshall Brothers,
            London, 1912.


23. Tait, S. "Contexts of Some Lives: Aspects of the Australian and New Zealand
            Branch of the Sudan United Mission 1911-1940." La Trobe University
            B.A. Hons. Thesis, 1978.


24. Turnbull, David. "A Study of Australian Protestant Missionaries to Nigeria
            Between 1960 and 1990." Victoria University of Wellington M.A.
            Thesis in World Religions, 1992.


25. Wycliffe Bible Translators. "Celebrating 25 Years of Wycliffe Bible Translators
            in New Zealand 1963-1988." Living Words (1988).


Owen



 1. Jessel, Penelope. Owen of Uppingham Primate of New Zealand. London:
            Mowbrays, 1965.


Pacific Islands Congregational Church



 1. Challis, Robert L. "Pacific Islanders in New Zealand." Maori and Pakeha:
            Studies in Christian ResponsibilityWomen's Committee of National
            Council of Churches, 46-49. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom,
            1964.


 2. Iketoellagi, Donald Ikimahina. "P.I.C. - Pacific Island Presbyterians in Aotearoa
            New Zealand 1968-1994." University of Otago M Th. thesis, 1994.


 3. Ioka, D. "Origin and Beginning of the Congregational Christian Church of
            Samoa in Aotearoa, New Zealand." Ph.D. thesis in Church History,
            1998.


 4. Nokise, Uili Feleterika. "A History of the Pacific Islanders' Congregational
            Church in New Zealand 1943-1969." University of Otago M. Th. Thesis,
            1978.


 5. Taule'ale'ausumai, Feiloaiga. "New Religions, New Identities: The Changing
            Contours of Religious Commitment." Tangata o Te Moana Nui. The
            Evolving Identities of Pacific Peoples in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Editors
            Cluny Macpherson, Paul Spoonley, and Melani Anae, 181-95.
            Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 2001.


 6. ———. Pacific Treasures - Pacific Island Women in Ordained Ministry in the
            Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Wellington: Presbyterian Church,
            2000.


Pacific Peoples in NZ



 1. Tapu, Fetaomi. "Singing the Lord's Song in a Strange Land: The Theological
            Quest of Young Pacifican Exiles."2001.
            Cited in Susan Thompson thesis.


 2. Taule'ale'ausumai, Feiloaiga. "New Religions, New Identities: The Changing
            Contours of Religious Commitment." Tangata o Te Moana Nui. The
            Evolving Identities of Pacific Peoples in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Editors
            Cluny Macpherson, Paul Spoonley, and Melani Anae, 181-95.
            Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 2001.


 3. ———. Pacific Treasures - Pacific Island Women in Ordained Ministry in the
            Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Wellington: Presbyterian Church,
            2000.


Pacifism, post-1945



 1. Stead, Kenneth G. "Involvement of Members of the Auckland Diocese of the
            Anglican Church in the Peace Movement Since 1945." M.A. thesis in
            Religious Studies, 1999.


Pacifism, World War I



 1. Baker, Paul. King and Country Call: New Zealanders, Conscription and the
            Great War. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1988.


 2. Barber, Lawrence H. The Very Rev. James Gibb: Patriot into Pacifist. P.H.S.
            Annual Lecture. Dunedin: Presbyterian Historical Society of New
            Zealand, 1973.


 3. Baxter, Archibald. We Will Not Cease. London: Gollancz, 1939.
            New edition, Caxton Press, 1968 and Penguin, 1987.


 4. Laracy, Hugh M. "Priests, People and Patriotism: New Zealand Catholics and
            War, 1914-1918." Australasian Catholic Record 70, no. 1 (1993): 14-26.


 5. Larsen, Freda. "The Peace Movement in New Zealand, 1909-39." Massey
            University B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1982.


 6. O'Connor, Peter S. "The Awkward Ones - Dealing With Conscience,
            1916-1918." New Zealand Journal of History 8, no. 2 (1974): 118-36.
 7. ———. "Protestants, Catholics, and the New Zealand Government, 1916-1918."
            W. P. Morrell: A Tribute: Essays in Modern and Early Modern History
            Presented to William Parker Morrell Professor Emeritus, University of
            Otago, Editors G. A. Wood, and P. S. O'Connor, 185-202. Dunedin:
            University of Otago Press, 1973.


 8. ———. "Sectarian Conflict in New Zealand, 1911-20." Political Science 19, no.
            1 (1967).


 9. ———. "Storm Over the Clergy - New Zealand 1917." Journal of Religious
            History 4, no. 2 (1966): 129-48.


10. Periodicals, Pacifist. " Christian Pacifist Society of N.Z. Newsletter (1942-52);
            N.Z. Christian Pacifist (1945-); N.Z. Christian Pacifist Bulletin (1940?);
            Reconciliation.


11. Weitzel, R. L. "Pacifists and Anti-Militarists in New Zealand, 1909-1914." New
            Zealand Journal of History 7, no. 2 (1973): 128-47.


Pacifism, World War II



 1. Barrington, A. C. "Conscientious Objectors in New Zealand in World War II." 7
            pp N.Z. Foundation for Peace Studies, n.d.


 2. ———. "Trials of a Pacifist." 20 pp . [no place]: Christian Pacifist Society,
            [1970].


 3. Bertram, J. "This Quarter: The Church More or Less Militant." Landfall 5
            (1951): 53-54.


 4. Borgfeldt, Tracey Helen. "Preaching the Social Gospel: Methodist Pacifism
            1935-1945." University of Canterbury M.A. Research Essay in History,
            1988.
 5. Burton, Ormond E. A Testament of Peace. [n. pl.]: N.Z. Christian Pacifist
            Society, n.d.


 6. Cookson, John E. "Illiberal New Zealand: The Formation of Government Policy
            on Conscientious Objection, 1940-1." New Zealand Journal of History
            17, no. 2 (1983): 120-143.


 7. Crane, Ernest. I Can Do No Other: A Biography of the Reverend Ormond
            Burton. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1986.


 8. Efford, Lincoln Arthur Winstone. Penalties on Conscience: An Examination of
            the Defaulters' Detention System in New Zealand. [Christchurch]:
            Private publication, 1945.


 9. Foote, W. J. Bread and Water: the Escape and Ordeal of Two New Zealand
            World War II Conscientious Objectors. Wellington: Philip Garside,
            2000.


10. Graham, Alan. A Matter of Conscience (A Pacifist Through Six Wars).
            Auckland: Private Publication, 1994.


11. Grant, David. Out in the Cold: Pacifists and Conscientious Objectors in New
            Zealand During World War II. Auckland: Reed Methuen, 1986.


12. ———. "To Turn the Other Cheek: A History of Pacifism and Anti-Militarism
            in New Zealand Before and During World War II." University of
            Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1983.


13. Lawry, Walter. "Personal Impressions of a Pacifist." Editor W. J. Morrison.
            Journal 1991-92, Wesley Historical Society (NZ) (1992): 69-79.


14. ———. We Said No! to War. Additional Contributors Allan Handyside, and
            Rogers Jack. Dunedin: Wordspinners Unlimited for Walter Lawry, 1994.


15. McCready, J. R. "A Study of Social Deviations (With Special Reference to N.Z.
             Conscientious Objectors and Military Defaulters of World War Two)."
             University of New Zealand M.A. Thesis in Philosophy, 1948.


16. Oestreicher, Paul. "They Would Not Fight: Being a Survey of the Position of
             Conscientious Objectors and Military Defaulters in N.Z. During World
             War II." Victoria University College M.A. Thesis, 1955.


17. Openshaw, Roger. "Patriotism and the New Zealand Primary School: The
             Decisive Years of the Twenties." University of Waikato D. Phil. Thesis
             in Education, 1978.


18. Payne, Deborah, and Suzanne Beer. In Defence of Our Conscience: A History of
             Conscientious Objection Among the N.Z. Ecclesias. Torrens Park, S.A.:
             Christadelphian Study Service, 1988.


19. Petersen, Mary. To the Glory of the Lord Who Called Then to Serve: A History
             of the Richmond Mission, Christchurch, 1911-1984. Christchurch: North
             Avon Baptist Church, 1995.


20. Rain, Lynn. Community: The Story of Riverside, 1941-1991. Lower Moutere:
             Riverside Community, 1991.


21. Richards, A. M. "Churches and Peace." Here & Now 1, no. 6 (1951): 31-2.


22. ———. "Churches and Peace." Here & Now 1, no. 7 (1951): 19-20.


23. Scott, Thomas Henry. "Everglade: A Study of a Segregated Group." Canterbury
             University College M.A. Thesis in Philosophy, 1949.


Pai Marire



 1. Adas, Michael. Prophets of Rebellion: Millenarian Protest Movements Against
             the European Colonial Order. North Carolina: University of North
             Carolina Press, 1979.
 2. Babbage, S. Barton. Hauhauism: An Episode in the Maori Wars. Dunedin: A.H.
            & A.W. Reed, 1937.


 3. ———. "Hauhauism or the Religion of Pai Marire." Auckland University
            College M.A. Thesis in History, 1936.


 4. Barsanti, Octavius. I Protestanti Tra i Salvaggi Della Nuova Zelanda: Ossia,
            Storia De Pai Marire (The Protestantism of the Savages of New
            Zealand. History and Stories of Pai Marire). Torino: Pietro D.G.
            Marietti, 1868.


 5. Bathurst, K. O. "The Hauhau Movement - A Study in Social, Religious and
            Abnormal Psychology." Canterbury University College M.A. Thesis in
            Philosophy, 1940.


 6. Clark, Paul. Hau Hau: The Pai Marire Search for Maori Identity. Auckland:
            Auckland University Press & Oxford University Press, 1975.


 7. Clark, Paul J. A. "Prophet of Peace: Te Ua and Pai Marire, 1862-66." University
            of Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1974.


 8. Elsmore, Bronwyn. Mana From Heaven: A Century of Maori Prophets in New
            Zealand. Tauranga: Moana Press, 1989.
            Bibliography & index.


 9. Gilling, Bryan, editor. Stimulus. Vol. 6. Masterton: Stimulus Trust, 1998.


10. Gluckman, L. "Kereopa: The Psychodynamics of a Nineteenth Century
            Murder." N.Z. Medical Journal 63 (1964): 486-91.


11. Hamilton, Lila. "The Followers of the Prophet." New Zealand Heritage 3, no.
            32: 869.


12. Head, Lindsay. "The Gospel of Te Ua Haumene." Journal of the Polynesian
            Society 101, no. 1 (1992): 7-44.
13. ———. "Te Ua and the Hau Hau Faith in the Light of the Ua Rongapai
            Notebook." University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis, 1983.


14. Head, Lyndsay. "Seeing God and Teaching Peace: Dreams of Matiu Te Huia, a
            Taranaki Visionary." History Now 6, no. 2 (2000): 33-35.


15. Kirk, Athol. "Niu Poles." Whanganui Historical Society Historical Record 10,
            no. 1 (1979): 3-5.


16. Lyons, Daniel P. "An Analysis of Three Maori Prophet Movements." Conflict
            and Compromise: Essays on the Maori Since Colonisation, Editor I. H.
            Kawharu, 55-79. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1975.


17. ———. "An Analysis of Three Maori Prophetic Movements." University of
            Auckland M.A. Thesis in Anthropology, 1970.


18. Martelletti, Nora. "Kuranui's Historic Pole." New Zealand Historic Places , no.
            59 (1996): 5-7.


19. Martin, Tony. "Two Independent Maori Religious Movements: Pai Marire and
            Ratana." Selected Essays, 13-24. Palmerston North: Massey University
            Department of History, 1990.


20. Nelson, T. B. "The Religion of Pai Marire and Its Later Developments."
            University of New Zealand M.A. Thesis, 1931.


21. Peters, Karel. "Conservation of a Niu Pole at Kuranui."Timber and Tin:
            Proceedings of First I.C.M.O.S. Conference on the Conservation of
            Vernacular Structures, Editor David Reynolds, 116-24Auckland:
            I.C.M.O.S. New Zealand, 1992.


22. Ross, W. H. "Pai Marire: The Religion Called Hauhauism." New Zealand
            Federation of Historical Societies Journal, no. 2 (1972): 10-13.


23. Stokes, Evelyn. "Pai Marire and Raupatu at Tauranga 1864-1867." New Zealand
            Journal of History 31, no. 1 (1997): 58-84.


24. ———. Pai Marire and the Niu at Kuranui. Occasional Papers University of
            Waikato Centre for Maori Studies, 6. Hamilton: Centre for Maori Studies
            and Research, University of Waikato, 1980.


25. Taylor, Steve J. "Pai Marire: Mission and Cultures in Technicolour." New
            Zealand Journal of Baptist Research 2 (1997): 25-46.


26. Winks, Robin W. "The Doctrine of Hauhauism." Journal of the Polynesian
            Society 62 (1953): 199-236.


Palmerston North



 1. All Saints Anglican Church, Palmerston North. Jubilee 1914-1964 All Saints'
            Church Palmerston North. Being a Brief Account of the Circumstances
            Which Led to the Building of the Present Church. Palmerston North:
            Stylex print [for the Church], [1964].


 2. Baber, Florence M. Towards Wholeness: A History of the Manawatu Methodist
            Social Service Centre 1963-1983. Palmerston North: The Centre, 1983.


 3. Beilby, G. T. Centennial History of the Palmerston North Central Baptist
            Church 1894-1994 Praise for the Past ... Faith for the Future.
            Palmerston North: The Church, 1994.


 4. Christensen, Dorte. "'O Lord, Guide My Feet'. The Danish Church in New
            Zealand." Danish Emigration to New Zealand, Editors Henning Bender,
            and Birgit Larsen, Translator Karen Veien, 33-45. Aalborg, Denmark:
            Danes Worldwide Archives, 1990.


 5. Dent, George William, Editor. A Short History of the Parochial District of All
            Saints, Palmerston North, New Zealand. London, Toronto: J.M. Dent &
            Sons, 1928.
 6. King, Betty. A Thing of Beauty. Illustrator E. Revere Wright. Palmerston North:
            [All Saint's Parish], 1975.


 7. Petersen, G. C. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Palmerston North,
            1878-1960. Palmerston North: The Parish, 1960.


 8. Pratt, M. A. Rugby. A Jubilee Record of Progress, 1925. St. Paul's Methodist
            Church, Broad Street, Palmerston North, N.Z. Issued on the Occasion of
            the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Opening of the First Church in
            Palmerston North. Palmerston North: Manawatu Times Print, [1925].


 9. Simmons, Nicholas. 100 Years of Catholic Education in Palmerston North.
            Wanganui: Catholic Centennial Committee, 1985.


10. Simmons, Nicholas A. "Nineteenth Century Catholicism in Palmerston North."
            Massey University B.A. Hons. Research Exercise in History, 1979.
            Title page says incorrectly "M.A. thesis".


11. Stewart, James Evan. Some Notes on the Beginnings of the Presbyterian Church
            in Palmerston North, 1871-1874. Wellington: 1970.


12. United Evangelical Church, Palmerston North. United Evangelical Church
            Princess Street Palmerston North Golden Jubilee 1923-1973. Palmerston
            North: The Church, 1973.


13. Wigglesworth, Roger P. Never Ending; Still Beginning. The Centennial History
            of All Saints' Church, Palmerston North 1875-1975. Palmerston North:
            Simon Printing Co., [1975].


Papahurihia



 1. Binney, Judith. "Papahurihia: Some Thoughts on Interpretation." Journal of the
            Polynesian Society 75 (1966): 321-31.
 2. Lyons, Daniel P. "An Analysis of Three Maori Prophet Movements." Conflict
            and Compromise: Essays on the Maori Since Colonisation, Editor I. H.
            Kawharu, 55-79. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1975.


 3. ———. "An Analysis of Three Maori Prophetic Movements." University of
            Auckland M.A. Thesis in Anthropology, 1970.


 4. Phillips, W. J. "Cult of Nakahi." Journal of the Polynesian Society 75 (1966):
            107.


 5. Wilson, Ormond. "Papahurihia, First Maori Prophet." Journal of the Polynesian
            Society 74 (1965): 473-83.


Paris



 1. Burton, Ormond. Percy Paris. Wellington: Friends of Percy Paris, 1963.


Parry



 1. Parry, Gordon. "Growing Up in a Baptist Manse." Baptist Historical Society
            Newsletter (1992): 5-10.


Patteson



 1. Gutch, J. Martyr of the Islands: The Life and Death of John Coleridge Patteson.
            London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1971.


 2. Pyatt, W. A. "John Coleridge Patteson." Auckland University College M.A.
            Thesis in History, 1938.


Pentecostal Biography
 1. Garrett, Dale. The Profile of a Pioneer: Mentors to a Future Generation.
            Auckland: Earthmovers, 1993.


 2. Graham, Cecilie. Fresh Beginnings: The Remarkable Story of Cecilie Graham.
            Auckland: Fresh Beginnings Outreach Ministries, 1989.


 3. Houston, Hazel. Being Frank: The Frank Houston Story. London: Marshall
            Pickering, 1989.


 4. Knowles, Brett. "New Zealand Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements." New
            International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements. 2
            ed., Editor Stanley M. BurgessHolmes, PA.: Zondervan, 2001.
            Also a further 21 short biographical articles in the above Dictionary.


 5. Logan, Neville. 'Excuse Me, I Have to Shoot the Guitarist': The Amazing
            Adventures of a Kiwi Cartoonist. Christchurch: Kotuku Foundation,
            1997.


 6. Matthews, Philip. "True Believers." Listener (2000): 17-22.


 7. O'Connor, Kevin. "The Future of the World According to Barry Smith."
            Dominion Sunday Times, 15 September 1991, p. 2.


 8. Rangi, Thomas. Child of Destiny . Blenheim: Blenheim Print, 1990.


 9. Rudman, Brian. "For God and National." N.Z. Listener 115, no. 2457 (28
            March) (1987): 28-29.


10. Worsfold, James E. The Reverend Gilbert and Mrs Alice White. New Zealand
            Apostolic Pioneer Breviate Series, 2. Wellington: Julian Literature Trust,
            1995.


11. ———. The Reverend & Mrs Edward and Eily Weston. New Zealand Apostolic
            Pioneer Breviate Series, 1. Wellington: Julian Literature Trust, 1994.
Pentecostal Churches, various



 1. Brown, Colin. "Pentecostalism, Neo-Pentecostalism and Naturalistic
           Explanation." The Religious Dimension: A Selection of Essays Presented
           at a Colloquium on Religious Studies Held at the University of Auckland,
           New Zealand in August 1975, Editor J. Hinchcliff, 55-57. Auckland: Rep
           Prep Ltd, 1976.


 2. Francis, Vic. On the Cutting Edge: The Bill Subritsky Story. Tonbridge, UK:
           Sovereign World, 1992.


 3. Fraser, Romilly. God Squad: A Study of the Full Gospel Mission of Waipara,
           New Zealand. Auckland: Family Unity and Freedom of Worship Group,
           1978.


 4. Knowles, Brett. The History of a New Zealand Pentecostal Movement: The New
           Life Churches of New Zealand From 1946 to 1979. Studies in Religion
           and Society, 45. Lewistown: Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.


 5. Periodicals, Pentecostal. " Apostolic Church: Treasures of Grace (1956-68)
           Then Apostolic Life (1969-). Assemblies of God: N.Z. Evangel (1968-).
           Other periodicals: Healing Messenger (1956-) then Bible Faith
           Messenger; Bible Advocate (1956-1965); Church Bells; Fore-runner;
           Contact; Bible Deliverancer (1959-66).


 6. Worsfold, James E. A History of the Charismatic Movements in New Zealand.
           Bradford: Julian Literature Trust, 1974.


Pentecostal Congregational Histories



 1. Dasler, Y. "Then They Came to Elim." N.Z. Listener 100, no. 2204 (24 April)
           (1982): 18-21.
 2. Harper, J. "The Church That's Taking Over Auckland." Metro, no. 29 (1983):
           122-35.


 3. Tauranga Christian Fellowship. Tauranga Christian Fellowship: Jubilee
           Reunion 1939-1989. Tauranga: Mimeographed, 1989.


Pentecostal Views and Values



 1. Coates, Ken. "Hallelujahs Absent, but Faith Healer Claims Few of the Afflicted
           Leave Disappointed." The Press, 18 May 1988, p. 21.


 2. Jamieson, A. K. "A Churchless Faith: Faith Outside the Evangelical
           Pentecostal/Charismatic Church of New Zealand." University of
           Canterbury, 1998.


 3. Jamieson, Alan. A Churchless Faith: Faith Journeys Beyond Evangelical,
           Pentecostal & Charismatic Churches. Wellington: Philip Garside
           Publishing, 2000.


 4. Logan, Neville. 'Excuse Me, I Have to Shoot the Guitarist': The Amazing
           Adventures of a Kiwi Cartoonist. Christchurch: Kotuku Foundation,
           1997.


 5. Low Ruth E. "The United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms
           of Discrimination Against Women (UNCEDAW) Debate: A Clash of
           Ideologies." Massey University MA dissertation, 1994.


 6. Matthews, Philip. "True Believers." Listener (2000): 17-22.


 7. Miller, Mandi M. ""The Emotional Effects of Music on Religious Experience: A
           Study of the Pentecostal-Charismatic Style of Music and Worship"."
           University of Canterbury MA thesis in Psychology, 2000.


 8. Openshaw, Roger. "Upholding Basic Values: A Case Study of a Conservative
            Pressure Group." Political Issues in New Zealand Education. Editors
            John Codd, Richard Harker, and Roy Nash, 231-47. Palmerston North:
            Dunmore Press, 1985.


 9. Rayner, Anne. "Social Characteristics of Pentecostalism: A Sociological Study
            of the Christchurch Apostolic Church." University of Canterbury M.A.
            Thesis in Sociology, 1980.


10. Rudman, Brian. "For God and National." N.Z. Listener 115, no. 2457 (28
            March) (1987): 28-29.


11. Sloper, G. N. "Religion and Fertility: A Case Study Among Pentecostal
            Christians in New Zealand." University of Otago B.A. Hons.
            Dissertation, 1978.


12. Stuart, Janita Rose. Catalogue of Cassette Autiotapes and Videotapes of the
            South Pacific Bible College. Palmerston North: The Author, 1993.


13. Tooley, Dale. Salting the Press. Wellington: The Author, 1983.
            Index.


14. Vodanavich, Ivanica. "Religion and Legitimation in New Zealand: Redefining
            the Relationship Between Church and State." British Review of N.Z.
            Studies 3 (1990): 52-64.


15. Wallace, Stuart M. "An Investigation of the Political Attitudes of Members of
            the Plymouth Brethren and Pentecostal Churches in Christchurch."
            University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis in Political Science, 1977.


Pentecostal Women



 1. Worsfold, James E. Women in Pentecostal Ministry, a New Zealand Perspective.
            Auckland: Impetus Publications (Bible College of New Zealand), 1995.
Pentecostalism



 1. Carr, Bridget. "No Grey Areas: A Rural Fundamentalist Christian Perspective."
              University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis in Religious Studies, 1992.


 2. Ireton, Douglas B. "A Time to Heal: The Appeal of Smith Wigglesworth in New
              Zealand 1922-24." Massey University B.A. Hons. Dissertation in
              History, 1984.


 3. Knowles, Brett. "New Zealand Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements." New
              International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements. 2
              ed., Editor Stanley M. BurgessHolmes, PA.: Zondervan, 2001.
              Also a further 21 short biographical articles in the above Dictionary.


 4. Leigh, J. "Getting Religion." N.Z. Woman's Weekly (1985): 59-62.


 5. Roberts, H. V. New Zealand's Greatest Revival Under Smith Wigglesworth.
              Wellington: Privately printed, 1951.


Periodicals



 1. Periodicals, Anglican, Diocesan Journals: Auckland: N.Z. Church Almanac
              (1845-69), then Church Gazette; Christchurch: Church Quarterly Paper
              then N.Z. Church News (1870-1911), then Christchurch News; Dunedin:
              N.Z. Guardian (1899-1913) then Church Envoy; Nelson: Church
              Messenger (1870-90), then Church Recorder, then Nelson Diocesan
              Gazette (1935-) then Witness; Waiapu: Waiapu Church Gazette,
              [1910-45]; Waikato: Waikato Diocesan Magazine (1927-46);
              Wellington: Church Chronicle (1876-1941), Church & People (142-45);
              Dialog (1986-). " Other publications include Churchman, Latimer
              (-1992), Together, Outward Bound, Young Churchman, Affirm
              (1993-1999) .
2. Periodicals, Architecture, See regular entries in the New Zealand Institute of
           Architects Journal Home and Building, and the publications of the New
           Zealand Historic Places Trust. ".


3. Periodicals, Baptist, Canterbury Baptist (1880-1883), then New Zealand Baptist
           (1883-). Official Reports: Baptist Union of New Zealand Yearbook,
           1904-. " Other periodicals include: Contact, Youth Builder .


4. Periodicals, Brethren, N.Z. Treasury then Treasury, (1899-). No official reports.
           Other periodicals include: N.Z. Ambassador then Gospel Ambassador
           (1901-); Missionary Educator (1944-) then Workers Together; Radiant
           Youth (1933-45); Wellington Assembly Research Fellowship then
           Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal (1961-92); Bible
           Expositor (1945-51); Here a Little (ca 1920-); Assembly News (1947-);
           Choice Gleanings & Wholesome Words (-1918-); Evangelist & Faithful
           Words (1892); Every Boys/Girls Rally Magazine; Fanfare; Joybells;
           Joyful Tidings (1912-); Te Mahi Maori (1948-); Rally Standard; Tupu
           Whakarangi; Wholesome Words; Young Believers' Paper (1924-48).
           Spearhead. Message of Life (1869-82). ".


5. Periodicals, Catholic, N.Z. Tablet, (1873-); Month (1918-1934) then Zealandia
           (1934-88) then New Zealandia (1989-). " Official Reports: Official
           Directory of Catholic Church in Australia & New Zealand (Sydney,
           1886-); Marist Fathers N.Z. and Australian Yearbook (1927-9); The
           Australasian Catholic Record (the official organ of the Apostolic
           delegate to Australasia) (1924-). Other periodicals include: Marist
           Messenger (1931-); Catholic Citizen; Catholic Magazine; Catholic
           Missions; Catholic Review; Catholic Social Teaching; N.Z. Catholic
           Schools Journal (also Primary and Secondary magazines with expanded
           titles); Quarterly Bulletin, Society of St Vincent de Paul; Franciscan; De
           Schakel; Dialectic (1969-71), New Zealandia Catholic Review (Nov
           1989-) .


6. Periodicals, Christian Education, Christian Education (Methodist Church,
            1944-56); Teachers Christian Fellowship: Link; N.Z. Bible in Schools
            League, Annual Report; N.Z. Christian Movement in Schools, Members
            Magazine. ".


 7. N.Z. Christian (1920-). Official Reports: Dominion Conference Proceedings,
            (1921-). Church of Christ Life and Advent: Bible Standard (1881-).
            Churches of Christ Associated Periodicals.


 8. Periodicals, Congregational. ".
            Congregational Magazine (1872); The Outlook (1901 - shared with
            Presbyterians) then N.Z. Congregationalist (1914-1949) then Courier
            (1950-).


 9. Periodicals, Ecumenical & Interdenominational. " Church and (the) Community,
            (1944-86). Official Publications: National Council of Churches, Annual
            Report, 1948-.


10. Periodicals, Evangelical. " [The] Challenge, (1947-). Bible Training
            Institute/Bible College of N.Z.: The Reaper (1923-). British and Foreign
            Bible Society: Bible Society in New Zealand Annual Report; Bible
            Society of Otago & Southland Annual Report 1866-. Evangelical
            Alliance: N.Z. Evangelist (1848-50). Crusader Movement/Scripture
            Union: Standfast Then On Special Service Then Scripture Union News;
            International Council of Christian Churches: Contender. Others
            Include: Evangelical Messenger, Evangelical Presbyterian, Latimer,
            Christian Codex, Reachout, Biblical Recorder (1908-1935); The
            Evangelist (1869-); Stimulus (1993-).


11. Periodicals, Freethought & Secularist. " Echo (1880-83), Freethought Review
            (1883-5); Rationalist (1885-6). Tribune (1894-5) Then Truthseeker Then
            Examiner (1907-17) Then N.Z. Rationalist.


12. Periodicals, Jewish. " N.Z. Judean Bulletin (1940-48) Then Jewish Review. N.Z.
            Jewish Chronicle Harshofar.
13. Periodicals, Lutheran. " New Zealand Lutheran (1956-).


14. Periodicals, Maori. " Te Manahiri Tuaranga & Maori Intelligencer Then Maori
            Messenger (1849-61) Then Te Karere Maori. He Maramtaka Mo Te Tau
            [Anglican] (1840-). He Marama Takarere [Wesleyan] (1844-54). Maori
            Messenger [United Maori Mission] (Ca 1940-). Tupu Whakarangi
            [Maori Postal Sunday School].


15. Periodicals, Methodist. " Christian Observer (1870) Then N.Z. Wesleyan
            (1871-84) Then N.Z. Methodist (1884-94) Then The Advocate
            (1894-1901) Then The Outlook [Shared With Presbyterians] (1901-10)
            Then N.Z. Methodist Times (1910-66) Then N.Z. Methodist (1966-74)
            Then New Citizen, 1974-85 Then Crosslink (1987-) [Shared With
            Presbyterians].
            Official Reports: Methodist Church (Various names), Minutes of Annual
            Conference.


16. Periodicals, Missionary. " N.Z. Missionary Record, Dunedin (1882-); N.Z.
            Church Missionary Association, Annual Report (1894-) Then N.Z. CMS
            News; Anglican Board of Missions: Church Overseas; Methodist: Open
            Doors (1922-).


17. Periodicals, Mormon. " Te Karere (1907-60); Beehive, (1950s-); Church
            College of N.Z. College Catalogue, (1958-); Ko E Tuhulu; O Le
            Liahona.
            Reorganised Latterday Saints: Tenakoe.


18. Periodicals, Pacifist. " Christian Pacifist Society of N.Z. Newsletter (1942-52);
            N.Z. Christian Pacifist (1945-); N.Z. Christian Pacifist Bulletin (1940?);
            Reconciliation.


19. Periodicals, Pentecostal. " Apostolic Church: Treasures of Grace (1956-68)
            Then Apostolic Life (1969-). Assemblies of God: N.Z. Evangel (1968-).
            Other periodicals: Healing Messenger (1956-) then Bible Faith
            Messenger; Bible Advocate (1956-1965); Church Bells; Fore-runner;
            Contact; Bible Deliverancer (1959-66).


20. Periodicals, Presbyterian. " Major Periodicals: N.Z. Presbyterian (1866-7); N.Z.
            Presbyterian Magazine (1872); Canterbury Presbyterian (1873-4); N.Z.
            Presbyterian Church News (1873-); The Evangelist (1869-78); Christian
            Record (1877-8); N.Z. Missionary Record (1882-5) Then N.Z.
            Presbyterian (1879-86-93) Then Christian Outlook (1894-8) Then
            Outlook (1898-1987). Crosslink (Shared With Methodists) (1987-).
            Offical: Proceedings of the General Assembly, (1862-); Proceedings of
            Otago & Southland Synod (1866-1907); Yearbook (1962-).


21. Periodicals, Quaker. " N.Z. Young Friend (1960-); N.Z. Friends Newsletter
            (1967-).


22. Periodicals, Ratana. " Te Whetu Marama ( (-1955-)).


23. Periodicals, Right Wing. " God's Own Country (1931-2); Protestant Ensign
            (1887-); Protestant Political Association: Nation (1907-).


24. Periodicals, Salvation Army. " War Cry (1883-).


25. Periodicals, Seventh Day Adventist. " Bible Echo & Signs of the Times
            (Melbourne, 1887-); Australasian Record (Melbourne, 1908-); Te
            Karere o Te Pono (1908-15).
            Offical publication: Union Conference Record (Australasia, 1894-).


26. Periodicals, Social Issues. " Christian Labourer (1877).


27. Periodicals, Temperance. " N.Z. WCTU Handbook (1885-); Leader (1885-);
            N.Z. Temperance Times (1876-8); N.Z. Alliance, Annual Report (1886-);
            Prohibitionist (1890-1906) Then Vanguard (1907-54, 1959-);
            Temperance Herald (1878-91); Temperance Standard (1893); N.Z.
            White Ribbon Digest (WCTU 1895-1945) Then White Ribbon
            (1945-1965).
28. Periodicals, Theological. ".


29. Periodicals, Theosophy. " Hestia (1890-s), N.Z. Theosophical Magazine Then
            Theosophy in N.Z. (1900-); HPB Lodge Newsletter (1965-); N.Z. Section
            Newsletter (1965-).


30. Periodicals, Unitarian. " Motive (1958-1969).


31. Periodicals, Youth. " Young Men's Magazine: A Journal Devoted to the Interests
            of Christian Work Among Young Men (1899).


32. Provincial Archives Committee. Parish Archives Handbook. Auckland:
            Anglican Church of New Zealand, [1988?].


33. Ramsay, G. M., V. C. Mossong, and C. Y. Campbell. "Three Perspectives on
            Mormon Microfilming." Archifacts, no. 24 (1982): 672-9.


Pluralism



 1. Geering, Lloyd G. "Pluralism and the Future of Religion in New Zealand."
            Religion in New Zealand Society, Editors Brian Colless, and Peter
            Donovan, 214-27. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, l985.
            Also appears in first edition, (1980).


 2. Hill, Michael. "The Social Context of New Zealand Religion: 'Straight' or
            'Narrow'?" Religion & New Zealand's Future: Proceedings of the
            Seventh Auckland Religious Studies Colloquium 1981, Editor Kevin J.
            Sharpe, 23-46. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1982.


Political Commitment



 1. Drury, Peter A. "The Religious Role and Beliefs of Anglican Clergy and Their
            Socio-Political Correlation (Including Voting Patterns)." University of
            Canterbury M.A. Thesis in Political Science, 1983.


 2. Glynn, R. M. "Political Attitudes and Religious Commitment in New Zealand:
            Two Case Studies." Political Science 35 (1983): 282-300.


 3. Gustafson, Barry. "Intervention in the Public Square: Baptists and Politics in
            New Zealand 1916-1919." Bulletin of the New Zealand Baptist
            Historical Society , no. 8 (1980).


 4. Higgins, Christopher S. "An Investigation into the Voting Behaviour of Roman
            Catholics in the Woolston and Lyttleton Parishes in the 1975 General
            Election." University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis in Political Science,
            1977.


 5. New Zealandia's Parliamentary Correspondent. "Parting on Principle: Jim
            Anderson's Gamble." New Zealandia, no. 2 (1989): 24-27.


 6. Reid, Tony. "Man With a Mission." Listener and TV Times, no. 15 April (1991):
            22-27.


 7. Sinclair, Keith. Walter Nash. Auckland: Auckland University Press and Oxford
            University Press, 1976.
            Index.


 8. Sutherland, Martin P. "Pulpit or Podium: J. K. Archer and the Dilemma of
            Christian Politcs in New Zealand." New Zealand Journal of Baptist
            Research 1 (1996): 26-46.


 9. van der Krogt, Christopher. "A Catholic-Labour Alliance? The Catholic Press
            and the New Zealand Labour Party 1916-1939." Australasian Catholic
            Record 78, no. 1 (2001): 16-29.


10. Wallace, Stuart M. "An Investigation of the Political Attitudes of Members of
            the Plymouth Brethren and Pentecostal Churches in Christchurch."
            University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis in Political Science, 1977.
11. Whitcher, G. F. "The 'New Liberals' of 1905." Historical News1970.


Politics and Religion



 1. Ahdar, Rex J. "Religious Parliamentarians and Euthanasia: A Window into
            Church and State in New Zealand." Journal of Church and State 38, no.
            3 (1996): 569-93.


 2. Anderson, C. "Church Militant." Comment: A New Zealand Quarterly Review
            14 (1981): 3.


 3. Anon. "Church and Politics: Two Archbishops Provoke a Lively Controversy."
            N.Z. Listener 8, no. 183 (24 December) (1942): 4.


 4. Barber, Lawrence H. "Rutherford Waddell: A Preaching Politician and a
            Political Parson." Forum 23, no. 3 (1970): 12-15.


 5. Brown, Colin. "Church, Culture and Identity: The New Zealand Experience."
            Culture and Identity in New Zealand, Editors David Novitz, and Bill
            Willmott, 237-59. Wellington: GP Books, 1989.


 6. Bryant, George. The Church on Trial. Whangarei: Whau Publications, 1986.
            Indexed.


 7. Campbell, Gordon. "Apocalypse Now?" Listener & T.V. Times, no. 20 April
            (1992): 14-21.


 8. Edwards, Les. Scrim: Radio Rebel in Retrospect. Auckland: Hodder &
            Stoughton, 1971.


 9. Gordon, A. B. "The Political Parson: Aspects of the Career of Octavius
            Hadfield." Victoria University of Wellington M.A. Thesis in History,
            1966.
10. Gustafson, Barry. Labour's Path to Political Independence. Auckland: Auckland
            University Press & Oxford University Press, 1980.


11. Howell, T. A. "The Church and Politics." N.Z. Student Christian Movement
            Charisma, no. 24 (1973): 1-13.


12. King, Michael. "Labour and Ratana: A Marriage on the Rocks?" N.Z. Listener
            94, no. 2088 (19 January) (1980): 12-15.


13. Lee, Graeme. Faith Politics & Servant Leadership. Auckland: Castle
            Publishing, 2002.


14. Low Ruth E. "The United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms
            of Discrimination Against Women (UNCEDAW) Debate: A Clash of
            Ideologies." Massey University MA dissertation, 1994.


15. Olssen, E. A. "Political Theory and Holistic Myths." Landfall 16 (1962):
            233-51.


16. Periodicals, Right Wing. " God's Own Country (1931-2); Protestant Ensign
            (1887-); Protestant Political Association: Nation (1907-).


17. Reynolds, Paul L. "Religion and Politics in Auckland; A Study of the
            Socio-Economic Campaigns Voting ... in a Sample of Auckland
            Non-Conformist Churches." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in Political
            Science, 1970.


18. ———. "Religion and Voting in Auckland." Political Science 24, no. 1 (1972):
            38-48.


19. Robie, D. "Frame-Up?" New Outlook, no. 11 (July/August) (1984): 17-19.


20. Rowe, Keith. "Clergy for Rowling - The Almost Politicians." Dialogue on
            Religion. New Zealand Viewpoints 1977, Editors Peter Davis, and John
            Hinchcliff, 31-34. Auckland: [University of Auckland Chaplaincy],
            1977.


21. Rudman, Brian. "For God and National." N.Z. Listener 115, no. 2457 (28
            March) (1987): 28-29.


22. Salmond, J. A. "New Zealand and the New Hebrides." The Feel of Truth: Essays
            in New Zealand and Pacific History, Editor Peter Munz, 113-35.
            Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed for Victoria University of Wellington,
            1969.


23. Turner, Philip. "Going Pikopiko: The French Catholic Mission and Maori
            Politics 1838-1868." Proceedings of George Rude Conference, Editor P.
            McPhee, 268-82Victoria University of Wellington, 1986.


24. van der Krogt, Christopher. "A Catholic-Labour Alliance? The Catholic Press
            and the New Zealand Labour Party 1916-1939." Australasian Catholic
            Record 78, no. 1 (2001): 16-29.


25. van Genderen, Arjo. "Religio-Moralism and the Politics of Cultural Defence:
            The Christian Heritage Party of New Zealand." University of Otago B.A.
            Hons. thesis in History, 1991.


26. Waayer, Marcel. "'Breathe the Spirit of the Age' - The Major Churches in New
            Zealand and Their Influence on the Labour Government From
            1935-1940." Massey University B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History,
            1987.


27. Wood, N. R. "John Kendrick Archer: Baptist Minister - Christian Socialist,
            1865-1949." Bulletin of the New Zealand Baptist Historical Society, no.
            7 (1970).


Polynesians and Pacific Islanders



 1. Challis, Robert L. "Pacific Islanders in New Zealand." Maori and Pakeha:
            Studies in Christian ResponsibilityWomen's Committee of National
            Council of Churches, 46-49. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom,
            1964.


 2. Clifton, Louise. "Migrants Swell Ranks of Tongan Church." New Zealand
            Herald, 13 February 1989, sec. 1, p. 17.


 3. Duncan, Betty K. "Christianity: Pacific Island Traditions." Religions of New
            Zealanders, Editor Peter Donovan, 128-41. Palmerston North: Dunmore
            Press, 1990.


 4. Ernst, Manfred. "Winds of Change: Rapidly Growing Religious Groups in the
            Pacific Islands." 357 pp A4. Suva, Fiji: Pacific Conference of Churches,
            1994.


 5. Hingano, Sifa. "Religious Movements Among Tongans in New Zealand." Joint
            Board of Theological Studies Scholar of Theology Thesis, 1983.


 6. Hinton, Vaughan, editor. Tides of Change: Pacific Christians Review Their
            Problems and Hopes. Melbourne: Commission for World Mission of
            Uniting Church of Australia & JBCE, 1981.


 7. Iketoellagi, Donald Ikimahina. "P.I.C. - Pacific Island Presbyterians in Aotearoa
            New Zealand 1968-1994." University of Otago M Th. thesis, 1994.


 8. Maliko, Tavita T. "The Hierarchy Od Voice: The Context of the Congregational
            Church Church of Samoa (CCCS) in New Zealand." University of
            Auckland M.Th. thesis (Moral & Practical), 2000.


 9. Moynihan, Carolyn. "Tongan Catholics." New Zealandia, no. 22 (March)
            (1991): 14-18.


10. Murray, James S. "The Church Today." Pacific Islands Monthly 59, no. 1
            (1988): 16-18.
11. Nokise, Uili Feleterika. "A History of the Pacific Islanders' Congregational
             Church in New Zealand 1943-1969." University of Otago M. Th. Thesis,
             1978.


12. Palenapa, L. F. "A Study of the Place of Samoan Culture (Fa'ASamoa) in Two
             New Zealand Churches." University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis in
             Religious Studies, 1993.
             Not paginated.


13. Tepou, L. J. "Apostolic Preaching and the Preaching Ministry in the Pacific
             Islanders' Churches in New Zealand Today." University of Otago B.D.
             Thesis, n.d.


14. Tiatia, Jemaima. Caught Between Cultures: A New Zealand-Born Pacific Island
             Perspective. Auckland: Christian Research Association, 1998.
             'Adapted from an MA thesis presented to the University of Auckland:
             'Church: Friend or Foe for our Pacific Island Youth'.


15. Welch, Ruby. "Ethnicity Among Auckland Mormons." University of Auckland
             M.A. Thesis in Anthropology, 1989.


Pomare



 1. Valentine, Gilbert M. "Maui Pomare and the Adventist Connection." In and Out
             of the World: Seventh-Day Adventists in New Zealand, Editor Peter H.
             Ballis, 82-108. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1985.


Pompallier



 1. Clunie, Susan. "Historic Character of Pompallier Garden." New Zealand
             Historic Places, no. 32 (1991): 14-19.


 2. Cole, J. R. Pompallier: The House and Mission of Bishop Pompallier in Early
            New Zealand. Wellington: Government Printer, 1957.


 3. Keys, Lillian G. The Life and Times of Bishop Pompallier. Christchurch:
            Pegasus Press, 1957.


 4. Laracy, Hugh. "Pompallier - Priest of God." New Zealand Heritage 2: 326.


 5. Low, Peter. "French Bishop, Maori Chiefs, British Treaty." The French and the
            Maori, Editor John Dunmore, 97-106. Waikanae: The Heritage Press for
            Federation des Alliances Francaises, 1992.


 6. ———. "Pompallier and the Treaty." New Zealand Journal of History 24, no.
            2 (1990): 190-200.


 7. McKeefry, Peter, [attrib.]. Fishers of Men. Wellington: [Catholic Church],
            [1938].


 8. Murphy, E. "The Missionary Work of Bishop Pompallier." Auckland University
            College M.A. Thesis, 1932.


 9. Pemberton, P. M. S. "Bishop Pompallier and the Treaty of Waitangi." Auckland
            University College M.A. Thesis in History, 1946.


10. Pompallier, Jean. The Pompallier Papers. Editor E. R. Simmons. The
            Pompallier Papers, Simmons, E. R. Auckland: Catholic Publications,
            1978.


11. Pompallier, Jean Baptiste Francois. Early History of the Catholic Church in
            Oceania. Auckland: H. Brett, Printer.


12. Simmons, Ernest R. Pompallier Prince of Bishops. Auckland: C.P.C.
            Publishing, 1984.


13. Simmons, Ernie. "A Living Link With Pompallier." New Zealandia, no. 15
            (1990): 68-69.
14. Turner, Philip. "The Politics of Neutrality: the Catholic Mission and the Maori
            1838-1870." University of Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1986.


Porteous



 1. Brodie, R., and P. McCallum-Smith. Punjab Pioneers: Incidents From the Lives
            of Dr. & Mrs. W. J. Porteous. Christchurch?: Private Publication, 1966.


Poverty



 1. Bryant, George W. The Widening Gap: Poverty in New Zealand. Auckland:
            Cassell N.Z., 1979.


 2. Munro, Gail. "Advocacy Story."Proceedings of the Theological Symposium on
            Hope, Editor Mary Eastham, 80-85Wellington: Caritas Aotearoa New
            Zealand, 1999.


 3. Olds, Bronwen, Researcher. Food for Thought: A Report: Research on
            Foodbanks Associated With Te Haahi Weteriana o Aotearoa (The
            Methodist Church of New Zealand). Editorial Team Chris Wood, Peter
            Glensor, and Robyn Pope. Christchurch: Methodist Mission Aotearoa,
            1991.


Preaching



 1. Cohen, David. "Crying in the Chapel." North and South, no. May (1995):
            114-24.


 2. Tepou, L. J. "Apostolic Preaching and the Preaching Ministry in the Pacific
            Islanders' Churches in New Zealand Today." University of Otago B.D.
            Thesis, n.d.


Preece
 1. Kenderdine, Charles. "James Preece, Pioneer Missionary 1802-70." Auckland &
           Waikato Historical Journal, no. 33 (1978): 6-8.


 2. Starnes, J. H. "Mr James Preece, C.M.S. Missionary." Whakatane Historical
           Society Historical Review 15, no. 1 (1967): 31-39.


Presbyterian Biography



 1. A Friend. Life of Duncan Macpherson: A Faithful Standard-Bearer: The Story
           of the Interesting Life and Work of Duncan Macpherson, City
           Missionary, Auckland New Zealand. Auckland: Clark & Matheson,
           printers, 1914.


 2. Allan, Ann. Go Ye Out. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, [1943].


 3. Asher, J. A., and M. Asher. The Asher Family 1832-1982: New Zealand
           Narratives. Auckland: Woolmore Printing, 1983.


 4. Barber, Lawrence H. "Rutherford Waddell: A Preaching Politician and a
           Political Parson." Forum 23, no. 3 (1970): 12-15.


 5. ———. "The Social Crusader: James Gibb at the Australasian Pastoral Frontier
           1882-1935." Massey University Ph.D. Thesis in History, 1975.


 6. Belmer, F. Roy. Hewn From the Rock: A Memoir of the Very Reverend J. D.
           Salmond O.B.E. M.A. Ph.D. of Queenstown and Dunedin. Dunedin:
           Otago Church Bookstore, n.d.


 7. Bennett, F. O. The Road From Saddle Hill: Being the Biography of a New
           Zealander Thomas Cuddle Brash. Auckland: Private publication, 1982.


 8. Bound, D. G. The Ministry of Rev. John Strachan Moir, 1809-1895, First
           Moderator of the Wellington Presbytery. P.H.S. Annual Lecture.
            Dunedin: Presbyterian Historical Society, 1976.


 9. Breward, Ian. "Rutherford Waddell - A Christian in the World." New Zealand
            Heritage 4, no. 54: 1491-95.


10. Chisholm, John. Rev. James Chisholm; for Forty Years a Minister of the Gospel
            in the Presbyterian Church in Otago. Dunedin: J. Wilkie & Co. Ltd.,
            1917.


11. Collie, John. Rutherford Waddell, M.A., D.D., Minister of St. Andrew's Church,
            Dunedin, 1879-1991. Memoir and Addresses. Dunedin & Wellington:
            A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1932.


12. Davidson, Allan K. "A Protesting Presbyterian: the Reverend P. B. Fraser, and
            New Zealand Presbyterianism 1892-1940." Journal of Religious History
            14, no. 2 (1986): 193-217.


13. Dixon, William Gray. In Memoriam. The Rev. Thomas Norrie. Auckland:
            Wilson & Horton, 1905.


14. Elmslie, J. G. John Elmslie 1831-1907: He Came From Bennachie.
            Christchurch: Caxton Press, 1963.


15. Falloon, Mary, Lilian Falloon, and Richard Falloon. The Day Thou Gavest,
            Lord: An Account of the Life of George David Falloon OBE, MC, BA
            1911-1988. 2 ed. Christchurch: The authors, 1991.


16. Fletcher, Henry James. Fletcher of Taupo - Pioneer Missionary. Wanganui:
            Wanganui Newspapers, 1975.


17. Fraser, Ian W. Register of Ministers 1840 to 1989. Wellington: Presbyterian
            Church of New Zealand, 1990.


18. Gray, Marie. About Time: The Biography of a Prison Chaplain. Wellington:
            Moana Press, 1991.
19. Hewitson, William. Andrew Cameron As I Knew Him: Three Memorial Tributes
            to the Rev. Andrew Cameron, B.A. L.L.D. Dunedin: Private publication,
            [1925].


20. Keyzer, R. "A Christian Revolutionary." N.Z. Listener 71, no. 1723 (13
            November) (1972): 10-11.


21. MacDiarmid, D. N. Ship Ahoy and Hallelujah! or From Fo'c'Sle to Pulpit.
            Kerikeri: The Author, 1968.


22. Matheson, Peter. "Transforming Creed." Scottish Christianity in the Modern
            World. Stewart J. Brown, and George NewlandsEdinburgh: T. & T.
            Clark, 2001.


23. Miller, John Graham, R. S. Miller, and T. F. Miller. The Rev. Thomas Miller
            M.A. A Family Tribute by His Sons. Christchurch: Presbyterian
            Bookroom, 1949.


24. Miller, Robert S. Blue Banner: The Life of the Rev. Thomas Dickson Nicholson,
            First Presbyterian Minister of Nelson and Marlborough. Christchurch &
            Dunedin: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1960.


25. Millward, Steve. John Balchin: A Biography. Papakura: The Author, 1994.


26. Monro, Agnes, [attributed]. In Memoriam, Rev G.B. Monro Forty Years
            Minister of St Luke's Church, Remuera, Auckland, N.Z. Auckland: Clark
            & Matheson, 1922.
            Intended for private circulation.


27. Moore, A. C., Editor. Letters to J. M. Bates: A Tribute From Friends and Fellow
            Workers. Dunedin: Religious Studies Dept, University of Otago, 1978.


28. Moore, Albert C., and Maurice E. Andrew, Editors. A Book of Helmut Rex.
            Dunedin: University of Otago, 1980.
29. Morgan, Margaret. "The Right Man for His Time: A Biography on Donald
            McNaughton Stuart D.D." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in History,
            1992.


30. O'Brien, Fergus Blair. Fergus: A Memoir of Fergus Blair O'Brien by His
            Friends. Dunedin: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1943.


31. O'Grady, Alison. Alan Brash Voice for Unity. Auckland: Pace Publishing, 1991.


32. Rennie, J. F. "Dr. Burns and His Times." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in
            History, 1926.


33. Robinson, Neil Campbell. Lion of Scotland: An Account of Norman McLeod's
            Forty Years' Search for a Land Where He and His Followers Could Live
            As They Wished, of the Voyage in 1817 From the Western Highlands to
            Nova Scotia; to Australia in the 1850s; and Finally to New Zealand; and
            How They Built a Community for Themselves. London: Hodder &
            Stoughton, 1952.
            A new edition was published Auckland, 1974.


34. Rogers, L. M. "The Very Reverend J. G. Laughton, C.M.G., J.P." Whakatane
            Historical Society Historical Review 13, no. 3 ([1966]): 159-64.


35. Ross, C. Stuart. Life and Times of D. M. Stuart D.D., A Unique Colonial
            Pastorate. Dunedin: J. Wilkie, 1894.
            See also M. Morgan (1992).


36. Somerville, J. S. "Albert Moore - A Personal Tribute." Religious Studies in
            Dialogue: Essays in Honour of Albert C. Moore, Editors M. Andrew, P.
            Matheson, and S. Rae, xv-xviii. Dunedin: Faculty of Theology
            University of Otago, 1991.


37. Sommerville, John Spenser. Jack in the Pulpit: An Autobiography. Dunedin:
            John McIndoe, 1987.
38. Steedman, David M. "The Life and Influence on the Presbyterian Church of
            New Zealand of the Very Rev. Dr. Andrew Cameron." University of
            Otago M.A. Thesis, 1941.


39. Stevens, Ewing C. One Man's Journey. Auckland: Radio Pacific Publishing,
            2000.


40. Sullivan, C. M. Margaret, a Daughter of the Manse February 1929 - April,
            1948. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, [1949].


41. Tapp, E. J. "John McGlashan and the Otago Lay Association." Otago University
            M.A. Thesis in History, 1936.


42. Taule'ale'ausumai, Feiloaiga. Pacific Treasures - Pacific Island Women in
            Ordained Ministry in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand.
            Wellington: Presbyterian Church, 2000.


43. Thew, R. J. "Rutherford Waddell and Unitarianism." University of Otago B.D.
            Thesis, 1977.


44. Turner, Harold. The Laughter of Providence: Stories From a Life on the
            Margins. Auckland: DeepSight Trust, 2001.


45. Waddell, Rutherford. "My Pathway to Christ." in Seekers, 3-15. Dunedin:
            University of Otago Student Christian Movement, 1929.


46. Wilson, Malcolm W. Three Good Men: Biographical Sketches of Three
            Ministers of the Presbyterian Church of N.Z. Christchurch & Dunedin:
            Presbyterian Bookroom, [1945].


Presbyterian Church 19th century



 1. Annabell, Jesse. "'Caledonia, Stern and Wild': Scottish Identity in Wanganui and
            Rangitikei 1880-1918." Massey University M.A. Thesis in History,
            1995.


 2. Balfour, R. Gordon. Presbyterianism in the Colonies. With Special Reference to
            the Principles and Influence of the Free Church of Scotland. Edinburgh:
            Macniven & Wallace, 1900.
            Chaps. vi-vii.


 3. Barber, Lawrence H. "Building Colonial New Zealand to Presbyterian
            Specifications." Religion in New Zealand, Editors Chris Nichol, and
            James Veitch, 138-59. 2 ed. Wellington: Tertiary Christian Studies
            Programme, 1983.
            In the second edition only.


 4. Booth, Ken, and others. The Farthest Jerusalem: Four Lectures on the Origins
            of Christianity in Otago. Dunedin: University of Otago, Hocken Library
            & Faculty of Theology, 1993.


 5. Chisholm, James. Fifty Years Syne: A Jubilee History of the Presbyterian
            Church of Otago 1848-1898. Dunedin: J. Wilkie, 1898.


 6. Comrie, W. J. The Presbytery of Auckland: Early Days and Progress.
            Wellington & Dunedin: Reed, [1939].


 7. Dickson, John. History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Dunedin: J.
            Wilkie, 1899.


 8. Dixon, William Grey. The Romance of the Catholic Presbyterian Church.
            Dunedin: Presbyterian Church of N.Z., 1918.


 9. Elder, John Rawson. The History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand,
            1840-1940. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1940.


10. First Church, Invercargill. First Church, Invercargill: Jubilee, 1860-1910; A
            Short History of the First Presbyterian Church of Southland From 1860
            to 1910 As Well As a Short History of the Beginning of Christian
            Influence Amongst the Natives of New Zealand and of the Presbyterian
            Church of N.Z. in Both Islands. Invercargill: W. Smith, 1911.


11. McEldowney, Dennis, Editor. Presbyterians in Aotearoa 1840-1990.
            Wellington: Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1990.


12. Perry, L. W. G. "A History of the Presbyterian Church in the Province of
            Auckland 1843-1914." Auckland University College M.A. Thesis, 1930.


Presbyterian Church 20th century



 1. Breward, ian. "A Robinsonian Reformation in New Zealand." Theological
            Review 6 (1965): 12-19.
            The student journal of Theological Hall, Knox College, Dunedin.


 2. Elder, John Rawson. The History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand,
            1840-1940. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1940.


 3. Hill, Michael, and Richard Bowman. "Churches in a Changing
            World."International Religious Studies Conference: Religions and
            Change, 235-72Wellington: Centre for Continuing Education, 1983.
            Also published in "Religion's Response to Change" ed. J. Ker & K.
            Sharpe, 1985.


 4. McEldowney, Dennis, Editor. Presbyterians in Aotearoa 1840-1990.
            Wellington: Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1990.


 5. Murray, J. Stan. One Small Finger: Overseas Mission in a Changing World,
            1949-69. Wellington: Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1988.


 6. O'Grady, R. M. "World Around Us: New Zealand." Christian Century 87
            (1970): 1520-21.


 7. Strickland, D. R. "Church Growth Analysis: The Fastest Growing and Declining
           Presbyterian Churches in New Zealand." 24 pp . Titirangi: Private
           typescript, 1985.


 8. Veitch, James. A Church in Mid-Life Crisis: The Debate of 1966-1970.
           Presbyterian Historical Society Annual Lecture, 1983. Dunedin:
           Presbyterian Historical Society, 1984.
           About the Geering affair.


 9. Young, Andrew. Hitherto Hath the Lord Helped Us. A Record of the Early
           Years (1974-84) of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Christchurch
           New Zealand. Christchurch: Private publication, 1984.


Presbyterian Church Otago Synod



 1. Booth, Ken, and others. The Farthest Jerusalem: Four Lectures on the Origins
           of Christianity in Otago. Dunedin: University of Otago, Hocken Library
           & Faculty of Theology, 1993.


 2. Bunce, R. J. "The Trust Funds for Religious and Educational Uses at Otago
           1842-1866." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1981.


 3. Chisholm, John. Rev. James Chisholm; for Forty Years a Minister of the Gospel
           in the Presbyterian Church in Otago. Dunedin: J. Wilkie & Co. Ltd.,
           1917.


 4. Collie, John. The Story of the Otago Free Church Settlement, 1848-1948: A
           Century's Growth by a Southern Sea. Christchurch: Presbyterian
           Bookroom, 1947.


 5. Don, Alexander. Memories of the Golden Road: A History of the Presbyterian
           Church of Central Otago. Dunedin: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1936.


 6. Gunn, Lewis F. F. "The Contribution to Education Made by the Presbyterian
           Church in Otago and Southland." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in
            History, 1935.


 7. McKean, John. The Road to Secularisation in Presbyterian Dunedin: The First
            Fifty Years of the Otago Settlement . Annual Lecture, 1991. [Dunedin]:
            Presbyterian Historical Society of New Zealand, 1993.


 8. Ng, James. Windows on a Chinese Past. Dunedin: Otago Heritage Books, 1993.
            vol. 1 (1993), vol. 2 (anticipated for 1994-5) vol. 3 (anticipated for
            1994-5), vol. 4 (1993).


 9. Rae, Simon. From Relief to Social Service: A History of the Presbyterian Social
            Service Association Otago 1906-1981. Dunedin: Presbyterian Social
            Service Association (Otago), 1981.
            References, Index.


10. Stewart, P. J. Challenge and Response: The History of the Otago Presbyterian
            Social Services Association. Dunedin: P.S.S.A., 1958.


Presbyterian Clergy



 1. Women of the Burning Bush: The Report of a Survey of Women Ministers in the
            Presbyterian Church of New Zealand After 25 Years of Ordination,
            Vivienne Adair. Resource Centre, Presbyterian Church of New Zealand,
            Wellington, 1991.


 2. Cleland, G. M. "Attitudes Towards Retirement and Retirement Planning in the
            Presbyterian Ministry." Massey University M.A. Thesis in Social
            Psychology, 1978.


 3. Letham, Jenny. "An End and a Beginning: A History of New Ministries Since
            the Termination of the Deaconess Service, 1975." University of Otago
            Dissertation in the History of Christian Thought, 1986.


 4. McKay, Lyndsey. "The Church Through Ordained Women's Eyes: The Struggle
           by Ordained Women Within the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New
           Zealand." Oxford University M.Th. Thesis in Applied Theology, [1996].
           Excerpts in article in Re:Search, (Christian Research Assocation)
           Bulletin No 16, Autumn 1997, pp. 1-3 under title 'Ordained Women
           Ministers: Particular Experiences and Insights?'.


 5. Robinson, Graham H. "The Role of the Parish Minister in the Presbyterian
           Church of New Zealand in Relation to His Church School." Columbia
           University Teachers College Ed.D. Thesis, 1967.


 6. Stenhouse, John. "The Rev. Dr James Copland and the Mind of New Zealand
           'Fundamentalism'." Journal of Religious History 17, no. 4 (1993):
           475-97.


 7. Wilson, M. W. "Presbyterian Church of New Zealand: Solicit Recruits for the
           Pulpit." Christian Century 73 (1956): 54.


Presbyterian Deaconesses



 1. Burgess, Nancy. Except a Grain of Wheat...: The Ensuing History of the Order
           of Deaconesses in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand 1961-1975.
           Wellington: Ministry Committee, Presbyterian Church of New Zealand,
           1979.


 2. Presbyterian Church of New Zealand Deaconess College Committee. Deaconess
           College Jubilee, 1903-1953. Dunedin: Otago Daily Times Print, 1953.


 3. Presbyterian Women's Training Institute. Presbyterian Women's Training
           Institute 1903-1924. Dunedin: Otago Daily Times print, [1924?].


 4. Salmond, J. D. By Love Serve: The Story of the Order of Deaconesses of the
           Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Christchurch: Presbyterian
           Bookroom, 1962.
 5. Tennant, Margaret. "Sister Mabel's Private Diary 1907-1910: Sisterhood, Love
           and Religious Doubt." Women's Studies Journal 14, no. 1 (1998): 43-59.


 6. Walch, H. "Women in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand." University of
           Otago B.D. Thesis, nd.


Presbyterian Denominational Organisations



 1. Crawford, Horace John. A Noble Record; One Hundred Years of Presbyterian
           Church Government in Auckland 1856-1956. Auckland: Presbytery of
           Auckland, 1956.


 2. Garing, Maureen. "Four Square for Christ: The Presbyterian Bible Class
           Movement 1902-1972: Its Background, Its Rise, Its Influence and Its
           Decline." Victoria University of Wellington M.A. Thesis in Religious
           Studies, 1986.


 3. Gosling, Les. To Keep the Faith: The Westminster Fellowship's Forty Years.
           Auckland: Westminster Fellowship, 1990.


 4. Marquand, I. G. "The New Zealand Presbyterian New Life Movement: A Case
           Study in Church Growth." University of Otago Master of Theology
           Thesis, 1977.


 5. McHardy, Emmet C. The Church in a Special Colony: A History of the
           Presbyterian Synod of Otago & Southland 1866-1991. Dunedin: Synod
           of Otago & Southland, Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand,
           1994.


 6. Rogers, Owen. "The New Zealand Presbyterian New Life Movement."
           University of Otago B.D. Dissertation, 1990.


 7. Sage, Clive. "Jubilee History of the Young Men's Presbyterian Bible Class
           Union of New Zealand."[1952]. Knox College.
Presbyterian Home Missions



 1. Gray, Marie. About Time: The Biography of a Prison Chaplain. Wellington:
            Moana Press, 1991.


 2. Howat, Bruce. "Presbyterian Church of New Zealand: Home and Maori
            Mission, 1930-1961." University of Otago B. Th. Dissertation in Church
            History, 1989.


 3. Ng, James. The Presbyterian Church of New Zealand and the Chinese.
            Presbyterian Historical Society Annual Lecture, 1987. Christchurch:
            Presbyterian Historical Society, 1987.


 4. ———. "Rev. Alexander Don: His "Good Harvest" Being Reaped at Last."
            Otago Daily Times, 24 September 1983, p. 23.


 5. Ong, Pik Tjwan. "The Development of the Chinese Presbyterian Church in New
            Zealand." Joint Board of Theological Studies Scholar of Theology
            Thesis, n.d.


 6. Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. " Mission to the Chinese 1904: Views and
            Notes. Dunedin: Bible, Tract & Book Society, 1905.


 7. Scott, Harold. A Pioneering Ministry: Presbyterian Home Missionaries in New
            Zealand 1862-1964. Wellington: Presbyterian Church, 1983.


Presbyterian Maori Members and Organisations



 1. Dow, R. J. "The Contribution of the Presbyterian Church Towards Maori
            Education." Auckland University College M.A. Thesis in Education,
            1951.


 2. First Church, Invercargill. First Church, Invercargill: Jubilee, 1860-1910; A
           Short History of the First Presbyterian Church of Southland From 1860
           to 1910 As Well As a Short History of the Beginning of Christian
           Influence Amongst the Natives of New Zealand and of the Presbyterian
           Church of N.Z. in Both Islands. Invercargill: W. Smith, 1911.


 3. Garthwaite, Justine. "The Anglican and Methodist Reaction to the Ratana
           Movement 1919-1929." University of Otago B.A. Hons. Thesis in
           Political Studies and History, 1991.


 4. Irwin, James. From Dependency to Autonomy. Whakatane: Presbyterian
           Historical Society Annual Lecture, 1984.


 5. ———. Maori Section of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand.
           [Christchurch]: Presbyterian Church of New Zealand Young Men and
           Young Women's Bible Class Unions, 1956.


 6. Laughton, J. G., Hemi Potatau, D. N. Perry, D. N. Duncan, and J. Irwin. Maori
           and Pakeha in Church and Community: A Symposium. Editor J. D.
           Salmond. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom for Maori Synod of
           Presbyterian Church, 1960.


 7. Matheson, Peter. From Scotland With Aroha: Exploring Our Presbyterian
           Heritage. Addresses to the 1987 General Assembly. Wellington:
           Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1988.


 8. Robb, Loren, Editor. Te Hinota Maori: The Maori Synod and Maori Spirituality
           and Ministry. Wellington: Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New
           Zealand, 1992.


 9. Smith, J. N. 'Upon Them Hath the Light Shined': A Brief History of the
           Presbyterian Maori Mission. Wellington: Presbyterian Maori Mission,
           1985.


10. Starnes, J. H. "Te Whaiti-Nui-a-Toi Maori Boys School." Whakatane Historical
           Society Historical Review 15, no. 3 (1967): 177-9.
Presbyterian Maori Missions



 1. Fletcher, Henry James. Fletcher of Taupo - Pioneer Missionary. Wanganui:
            Wanganui Newspapers, 1975.


 2. ———. The Story of Maori Missions. With Special Reference to the Work of the
            Presbyterian Church. Dunedin: O.D.T. for Maori Mission Commission
            of the Presbyterian Church, 1924.


 3. Gibson, W. W. "Duncan Biography."not dated. Turnbull Library.


 4. ———. The Rev. James Duncan, First Presbyterian Missionary to the Maori.
            Annual Lecture. Christchurch: Presbyterian Historical Society of New
            Zealand Annual Lecture, 1975.


 5. Honore, Christopher. I Have Kept the Faith: A Biographical Introduction to the
            Life of Abraham Honore, 1821-1894. Red Beach, Orewa: Colcom Press,
            1998.


 6. Howat, Bruce. "Presbyterian Church of New Zealand: Home and Maori
            Mission, 1930-1961." University of Otago B. Th. Dissertation in Church
            History, 1989.


 7. Irwin, James. "The Rise and Fall of a Vision: Maori in the Midst of Pakeha in
            the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand." Victoria University of
            Wellington PhD thesis, 1994.


 8. Kearns, A. E, H. M. Fletcher, and A. F. Beaney. Taupo Memories: The Story of
            the Early Days of the First Presbyterian Maori Mission, the Rev. Henry
            James Fletcher, and the First Lady of the House, Ada Fletcher.
            Monograph, 15. Whakatane: Whakatane Historical Society, 1985.


 9. Laughton, J. G. From Forest Trail to City Street: The Story of the Presbyterian
            Church Among the Maori People. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom,
            1961.


10. Rakuraku, F. T. "The Te Teko Maori Mission." Whakatane Historical Society
            Historical Review 28, no. 2 (1980): 123-4.


11. Robertson, Yvonne. "Presbyterian Women's Missionary Union: The Maori and
            the Maori Mission." University of Otago B.A. Hons. Research Essay,
            1990.


12. Starnes, J. H. "Sister Annie Henry M.B.E. J.P." Whakatane and District
            Historical Society Historical Review 19 (1971): 140-141.


Presbyterian Overseas Missions



 1. Barton, Henry H. George Hunter McNeur: A Pioneer Missionary in South
            China. Christchurch and Dunedin: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1955.


 2. Bennett, F. O. The Road From Saddle Hill: Being the Biography of a New
            Zealander Thomas Cuddle Brash. Auckland: Private publication, 1982.


 3. Brodie, R., and P. McCallum-Smith. Punjab Pioneers: Incidents From the Lives
            of Dr. & Mrs. W. J. Porteous. Christchurch?: Private Publication, 1966.


 4. Dalzell, Matthew. New Zealanders in Republican China 1912-1949. Resource
            Papers, 4. Auckland: University of Auckland New Zealand Asia Institute
            Resource Papers, 1995.


 5. Davies, Herbert. The Canton Villages Mission of the Presbyterian Church of
            New Zealand. Dunedin: Foreign Missions Committee [of the PCNZ],
            1916.


 6. Don, Alexander. Light in Dark Isles: A Jubilee Record and Study of the New
            Hebrides Mission of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Dunedin:
            Foreign Missions Committee, Presbyterian Church of New Zealand,
            1918.


 7. ———. Peter Milne 1831-1924; Missionary to Nguna, New Hebrides 1870 to
            1924. Dunedin: Presbyterian Church of N.Z. Foreign Missions
            Committee, 1927.


 8. Gray, Marie. Tamu: A New Zealand Family in Java. Tauranga: Moana Press,
            1988.


 9. Henderson, Alice. Women's Work for Missions: The Story of the Beginnings and
            Growth of the Presbyterian Women's Missionary Union of New Zealand
            1905-1939. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom for P.W.M.U., 1939.


10. Henderson, Alice C. My Yesterdays in Sunshine and Shadow. Christchurch:
            Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1947.


11. Jansen, E. G. " Jade Engraved: New Zealand Missionaries and Their Chinese
            Colleagues in Japan's China Incident . Christchurch & Dunedin:
            Presbyterian Bookroom, 1947.


12. Johnston, E. "'Cannibals Won for Christ': Oscar Michelsen Presbyterian
            Missionary in the New Hebrides 1878-1932." University of Auckland
            MA Thesis in History, 1995.


13. McNeur, George H. The Missionary in Changing China. Dunedin: Presbyterian
            Church of N.Z. Foreign Missions Committee, 1935.


14. ———. New Zealand and China; Addresses Delivered at the General Assembly
            of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, Wellington, November 9-17,
            1926, by the Moderator. Dunedin: General Assembly, [1926].


15. Moore, Evan. "Flora Wilson: Chinese Experience 1937-1941." University of
            Otago B.D. Dissertation in Church History, 1991.


16. Murray, J. Stan. A Century of Growth: Presbyterian Overseas Mission Work,
            1869-1969. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1969.


17. ———. One Small Finger: Overseas Mission in a Changing World, 1949-69.
            Wellington: Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1988.


18. Notage, Basil. Break of Day Islands. Wellington: Presbyterian Church of New
            Zealand, 1988.


19. Ogilvie, Gordon. Little Feet in a Big Room: Frances Ogilvie of China.
            Christchurch: Shoal Bay Press, 1994.


20. Rae, Simon. Mission and Oecumene: The New Zealand Presbyterian Experience
            1969-1988. Hamilton: Presbyterian Historical Society of New Zealand,
            1988.


21. Rixon, D. "New Zealand Mission and Nationalism in the Punjab: the
            Missionaries of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand in the Punjab
            and Their Encounter With Indian Nationalism Between 1910 and 1932."
            BA Hons Research Essay in History, 1997.


22. Robertson, Yvonne M. 'Girdle Round the Earth': New Zealand Presbyterian
            Women's Ideal of Universal Sisterhood, 1878-1918. Annual Lecture,
            Auckland 1993. [Dunedin]: Presbyterian Historical Society of New
            Zealand, [1994].


23. Ryburn, W. M. Increase and Decrease: A Study of the Work of the Presbyterian
            Church of New Zealand in the Punjab, India. Christchurch: Presbyterian
            Bookroom for Overseas Mission Committee, 1900a.


24. ———. Through Shadow and Sunshine: The History of the Punjab Mission of
            the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1909-59. Christchurch:
            Presbyterian Bookroom, 1961.


25. Salmond, J. A. "New Zealand and the New Hebrides." The Feel of Truth: Essays
            in New Zealand and Pacific History, Editor Peter Munz, 113-35.
            Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed for Victoria University of Wellington,
            1969.


26. Smith J. D., and J. S. Murray. For All or For None: Six Studies in the Christian
            World Mission With Particular Reference to the Overseas Missions of
            the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Christchurch: Presbyterian
            Bookroom for Overseas Missions Committee of PCNZ, 1959.


27. Townrow, Sister Alice. New Hebrides Centenary 1848-1948: The Journal of a
            Visit. Christchurch and Dunedin: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1949.


28. Whitelaw, Brooke. "A Message From the Missahibs: New Zealand Presbyterian
            Women Missionaries Serving in the Punjab, 1910-1940." University of
            Otago BA Hons thesis, 2001.


Presbyterian Parish Histories



 1. Anderson, Ross. They Grew in Faith: Knox Church Dunedin 1860-1985.
            Dunedin: Knox Parish, [1985].


 2. Anderson's Bay Presbyterian Church. 1863-1913. Jubilee Souvenir of
            Anderson's Bay Presbyterian Church, From the Settlement of the First
            Minister, July 9th, 1863, to July 9th, 1913. Dunedin: J. Wilkie & Co.,
            1914.


 3. Armour, W. A. The First Century of St Paul's Presbyterian Church Napier New
            Zealand 1858-1958. Napier: The Parish, [1958].


 4. Ballard, J. E. "History of Knox Church, Dunedin, Otago." University of Otago
            M.A. Thesis, 1935.


 5. Biel, R. H. "The History of the Presbyterian Church of Papatoetoe." University
            of Auckland M.A. Research Essay in History, 1975.
 6. Bull, Frederick A. Malvern Presbyterian Church 1878-1978. Christchurch: The
            Parish, [1978].


 7. Cameron, Nena C., [attributed]. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Parish Marton,
            Marton Junction & Tutaenui: Centennial Celebrations 1962. [Marton]:
            [1962].


 8. Caversham Presbyterian Church, Dunedin. Jubilee Souvenir, 1924; A Brief
            History of the Church and an Account of Its Organisations and Its
            Jubilee Scheme. [Dunedin]: Mills, Dick & Co., printers, [1924].


 9. Chisholm, John. Anecdotes Are the Gleaming Toys of History: Some Stories of
            Life in a Bush Country Parish Over Half a Century Ago. Dunedin:
            Evening Star Co print, nd.


10. Collie, John. After Eighty Years. East Tairei Presbyterian Church, 1854-1934.
            Dunedin & Wellington: Reed for the Church, [1934].


11. ———. A Commemorative Narrative of 75 Years of Life and Work in the Parish
            of Tapanui, Otago, N.Z. Also 50 Years of Worship in the Church of
            Waikoikoi, Otago, N.Z. Tapanui: Tapanui Courier Print, [1939].


12. Comber, William Charles. Island Bay Presbyterian Church Jubilee Souvenir
            and Programme, October 3rd to 10th, 1948. [Wellington]: Reynolds,
            Lewis, Henderson Ltd., printers, [1948].


13. Cowley, Russell Euston. First Church of Southland, Invercargill, New Zealand,
            a Descriptive Guide. Invercargill: Southland Ptg & Publg Co., 1957.


14. Cross, Alexandrina Wilhelmina. South Clutha - Full Circle; The History of the
            Presbyterian Church in That Area . Balclutha: 1967.


15. Deaker, Arthur Joseph. Centenary of First Church: The Story of First
            Presbyterian Church, Invercargill, New Zealand. Invercargill: Southland
            Ptg & Publg Co., 1960.
16. Deans, Jane. A Sketch of the Early History of St. Andrew's Church,
            Christchurch, N.Z., 1856-1906. Christchurch: St Andrew's Deacons'
            Court, [1906].


17. Devonport Presbyterian Church. History of the Devonport Presbyterian Church.
            Jubilee Souvenir 1866-1916. [Auckland]: Clark & Matheson, [1916].


18. Dipton and Fernhills Presbyterian Church. Historical Record. Jubilee, Dipton
            and Fernhills Presbyterian Church, 1892-1942. [Invercargill]: Southland
            News Co. printers, [1942].


19. Ennor, Graham. Faithful Witness. Auckland: St James Presbyterian Church,
            1990.


20. Evans, M. E. From Quiet Homes and First Beginnings, 1879-1979. A History of
            the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches in Upper Hutt. Upper Hutt:
            Co-operating Parish, 1979.


21. Eyles, Robert J. Rutherford Waddell: Man and Parish. Presbyterian Historical
            Society Annual Lecture Palmerston NorthPresbyterian Historical
            Society, 1986.


22. Eyles, Robert James. "Outreach: St. Andrews Presbyterian Parish, Dunedin,
            1880-1905." University of Otago Bachelor of Divinity dissertation, 1984.


23. First Presbyterian Church, Dunedin. The First Church of Otago; Centennial
            Souvenir, 1848-1948. Dunedin: Deacons' Court, 1948.


24. Fitzgerald, Margaret S., Editors. St Andrew's Presbyterian Church: A Brief
            History of the First Sixty Years and an Illustrated History of the Years
            1923-1963. Dunedin: The Parish, 1963.
            Early chapters written by Janet Angus.


25. Fleming, Alan Forsyth. The Awatere Presbyterian Church. Blenheim:
            Marlborough Express Newspaper Co., [1951].
26. Fraser, Archibald James Thomas. History of St. John's Church, Milton,
            1858-1941 ... Compiled on the Occasion of the Dedication of the 75th
            Anniversary of the Dedication of St. John's Church, Milton. [Milton]:
            Bruce Herald, [1941].


27. Grocott, Henry Dryden. Centenary Souvenir of St. Andrew's Presbyterian
            Church, Containing a Brief History of the Church From Its Inception in
            1840 to the Present Time. Wellington: Commercial Printing Co, 1939.


28. Haigh, Bernard. Matters of Interest Concerning the History of St Giles'
            Presbyterian Church Kilbirnie, Wellington New Zealand. Wellington:
            The Parish, 1976.


29. Hardie, T. G. History of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Featherston
            1900-1960. Featherston: The Church, 1960.


30. Hastings, F. W., C. R. H. Crwaford, and M. R. Bilby, [History Sub-Committee].
            The Story of Saint Columba Presbyterian Church Naenae 1942 1944
            1947 1978. Wellington: The Church, 1978.


31. Hay, Thomas Mouat Cameron. 1900-1950; A Country Parish Record; Being
            Some Account of the Work of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand in
            the Districts of Crookston, Dunrobin, Edievale and Moa Flat, Otago,
            N.Z. Dunrobin: [1950].


32. Hill, Barbara. "Saved by Re-Siting and Renewal." Historic Places , no. 22
            (1988): 23-25.


33. Hislop, John. History of Knox Church, Dunedin. Dunedin: John Wilkie & Co.
            for the Office Bearers, 1892.


34. Houston, Margery, Editor. St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Ashburton, New
            Zealand Centennial Souvenir Booklet 1874-1974. Ashburton: The
            Parish, 1974.
35. Hyland, B. R. Centennial History of the Presbyterian Church in Pukekohe
            1868-1968. Pukekohe: Alpine Printers, 1968.


36. Jacobsen, Pat, Chairperson, History Committee. St Philip's Union Parish Beach
            Haven - Birkdale History 80 Years Approx. Auckland: The Parish, 1985.


37. Jardine, D. G., and J. S. Jardine. " Mountain Parish 1867-1990 234 pp .
            Queenstown: Franktown A.P.W., 1990.


38. Johnson, Robert, Attributed. Fifty Years Ago and Today; 1886-1936. Jubilee
            Souvenir, Kent Terrace Presbyterian Church, Wellington, N.Z.
            Wellington: Stewart, Lawrence & Co, printers, 1936.


39. Judge, John. Working Together With God: A Short History of St. Kentigern's
            Presbyterian Church, North New Brighton, Christchurch, 1951-1996.
            Christchurch: St. Kentigern's, 1996.
            not seen.


40. Kerr, Lloyd. A Coastal Parish Celebrates 100 Years: Sidelights on the
            Waikouaiti Presbyterian Church 1863-1963 . North Otago: The Parish,
            1963.


41. Kirk, Athol. "History of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church." Whanganui Historical
            Society Historical Record 14, no. 2 (1983): 4-7.


42. McDonald, D. A., and J. Collie. Tapanui Parish 1864-1964: A Centennial
            History of the Presbyterian Church in Tapanui, Waikoikoi, Conical Hill
            and Crookston, West Otago, New Zealand. Tapanui: Centennial
            Committee, 1964.


43. McDonald, K. C. The Way We Came: A Centennial History of St. Paul's
            Presbyterian Church Oamaru. Oamaru: The Parish, 1963.
            Indexed.


44. McKenzie, Norman Roderick. The Gael Fares Forth: The Romantic Story of
           Waipu and Sister Settlements. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1942.


45. McKenzie, R. G. Through 100 Years. Dunedin: 1971.
           See Simon Rae. Towards a New Century' for a later history.


46. McRae, W. D., and others. A Centennial History of the Amuri Presbyterian
           Church. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1964.


47. Miller, Graham Monteith. Centennial History of St Andrew's Presbyterian
           Church, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1856-1956, First Presbyterian
           Church in Canterbury. Christchurch: J.W. Baty Ltd, printers, [1956].


48. Milmine, M. G., Barbara Elmslie, Mrs Marsden Scott, and D. K. Chamberlain,
           Attributed. Waverley District and Parish: Historical Survey of the First
           Seventy Years of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. [Waverley]: [The
           Church], [1947].
           A supplement of 4 pp was issued covering the period to 1957 in that
           year.


49. Moir, L. Marching On: The Story of Greyfriars Presbyterian Church, Mount
           Eden, Auckland, 1915 to 1965. Auckland: Session, 1965.


50. Murray, Fergus. Knox Church 1881-1980. Christchurch: Centennial Committee
           of Knox Church, 1980.


51. Newlands, John. Winton Presbyterian Church Historical Review: A Brief Survey
           of the Life and Work of the Church 1870-1939. Invercargill: for the
           Parish, 1939.


52. Petersen, G. C. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Palmerston North,
           1878-1960. Palmerston North: The Parish, 1960.


53. Rae, Simon. Towards a New Century: St Stephen's Leith Valley 1971-1996.
           Dunedin: St Stephen's Presbyterian Church, 1996.
           See R G McKenzie, 'Through 100 Years' (1971) for centennial history.
54. Reed, A. W. Kelburn Presbyterian Church, 1909-1959. Wellington: Wright &
            Carman, 1959.
            Reed and others contributed to this work.


55. Robinson, Alison. Eltham Methodist-Presbyterian: 100 Years of Witness.
            Eltham: The Church, [1990].


56. Roslyn Presbyterian Church. After 75 Years: A Brief Sketch of the Roslyn
            Presbyterian Church Highgate, Dunedin . Dunedin: The Parish, 1976.


57. Ross, Angus. They Built in Faith: A Short History of Knox Church (1860-1976).
            Dunedin: Crown Print, 1976.
            See also Hislop and Anderson.


58. Ross, Beverley. "A Classical Masterpiece." New Zealand Historic Places , no.
            58 (May) (1996): 15-16.


59. Rutherford, Alma Margaret Mrs. Kaitangata Presbyterian Church, 1860-1960,
            Centennial Booklet. Balclutha: Clutha Leader print, 1960.
            See also 'Kaitngata Presbyterian Church, Diamond Jubilee, 1877-1937;
            Souvenir Booklet', Balclutha, Clutha Leader, 1937, 31 pp.


60. Salmond, Arthur L. First Church of Otago and How It Got There. Dunedin:
            Otago Heritage Books, 1983.


61. Salmond, J. D. Unto the Hills: The Story of a Parish in the Mountains. Dunedin:
            Otago Daily Times, 1967.


62. Scanlan, Thelma. 1888-1988 The Balmoral Presbyterian Church: A Centennial
            Survey. Auckland: The Church, 1988.


63. Scott, George, and W. J. Couling. St. Andrew's Wanganui 1904-1954.
            Wanganui: St Andrew's Parish, [1954].


64. Sparks, Warren. A Venture Forward: A Chronicle of Waverley Presbyterian
            Church Invercargill From Its Beginning to 1991. Invercargill: Waverley
            Presbyterian Church, 1991.
            Index.


65. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Dunedin. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church,
            Walker Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. An Illustrated Sketch of the
            Origin and History of the Church (1861-1913). Dunedin: [Coulls,
            Culling & Co.], 1914.


66. Stewart, James Evan. Some Notes on the Beginnings of the Presbyterian Church
            in Palmerston North, 1871-1874. Wellington: 1970.


67. Sutherland, Helen, and Thelma Efford. Greymouth Uniting Church 1911-1996;
            Formerly St John's Presbyterian Church, Now the Home of the
            Greymouth Uniting District Parish, Presbyterian, Methodist &
            Associated Churches of Christ Members. Greymouth: Uniting Church,
            1996.


68. Taylor, Betty, Compiler. Andersons Bay Presbyterian Church Looks Back Over
            125 Years. Dunedin: Church Jubilee Committee, 1988.


69. Wallace, Isobella R. "History of the First Presbyterian Church of Otago,
            Dunedin." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1930.


70. Watson, Alexander. These Sixty-One Years: The History of Warepa
            Presbyterian Church From 1854 to 1915 and Reports of Jubilee
            Celebrations Held on October 26, 1915. Balclutha: Clutha Leader print,
            [1915].


71. Watters, William Fitzgerald, attributed. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church,
            Ashburton, N.Z. Jubilee Souvenir Booklet, 1874-1924. [Dunedin: C.S.W.
            printers, 1924].


72. Wilson, Helen. The Church on the Hill: The Story of St James Presbyterian
            Church Newtown. Wellington: St James Presbyterian Church, 1982.
73. Wilson, Malcolm W. Turakina: The Story of a Country Parish. Christchurch:
            Presbyterian Bookroom, [1952].


Presbyterian Regional Histories



 1. Collie, John. The Jubilee of the Southland Presbytery, 1865-1915. Invercargill:
            Southland Presbytery, [1915].


 2. Dickson, John. A Retrospect of Canterbury Presbyterianism in N.Z. A Diamond
            Jubilee Memento, With a List of Charges and Ministers for 60 Years.
            [Christchurch]: Turner Print, 1925.


 3. Fowler, E. R., Editor. The Presbytery of Wanganui: 'In Hunc Effectum' (By
            Special Appointment) 1884-1984. Wanganui: The Presbytery, 1984.
            Cover page: "Centennial 1884 1984 Wanganui Presbytery".


 4. Hodder, John E. " One Hundred Years Young: The Story of Hawke's Bay
            Presbytery 28 pp . Napier: Centennial Committee of Hawke's Bay
            Presbytery, 1965.
            Cover adds "1865-1965".


 5. Maddock, R. A. G. "History of the Presbyterian Church in the Poverty Bay
            District of the North Island of New Zealand, 1872-1910." University of
            New Zealand M.A. Thesis, 1935.


 6. Madill, Crawford W. R. Part of a Miracle: Profile of a Presbytery, Southland
            1956-1990. Invercargill: Atlas Print, 1990.


 7. McDonald, Georgina Brace. The Flame Unquenched; Being the History of the
            Presbyterian Church in Southland in the Years 1856-1956. Christchurch:
            Presbyterian Bookroom, 1956.


 8. Moxman, H. S., and others. "Outline History of the Establishment of the Church
            in the Eastern Bay of Plenty." Whakatane & District Historical Society
            Historical Review 6 (1958): 35-55.


 9. Rogers, Laurence M. Then and Now; Seventy Six Years of the Presbyterian
            Church in Canterbury. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1934.


10. Ryburn, Enid E. "History of Presbyterians and the Presbyterian Church in
            Canterbury." Canterbury University College M.A. Thesis in History,
            1924.
            Author's married name was Gray.


11. Sinclair, John G., and Alexa W. Cross. A Continuing Challenge: The Clutha
            Presbytery 1865-1990 Over the One Hundred and Twenty Five Years of
            Its Existence: Years 1865-1965. [Balclutha]: [The Presbytery], 1990.


Presbyterian Schools and Educational Emphases



 1. Belcher, Margaret. A History of Rangi-Ruru School. Christchurch: Rangi-ruru
            Presbyterian Girls School, 1964.


 2. Britten, Rosemary. "Rangi-Ruru and Te Koreha: Two Houses, One School."
            Historic Places, no. 20 (1988): 15-17.


 3. ———. Rangi Ruru: Rangi Ruru Girls' School, Christchurch, New Zealand,
            1889-1989. Christchurch: Te Waihora Press for Board of Governors,
            1988.


 4. Dow, R. J. "The Contribution of the Presbyterian Church Towards Maori
            Education." Auckland University College M.A. Thesis in Education,
            1951.


 5. Gunn, Lewis F. F. "The Contribution to Education Made by the Presbyterian
            Church in Otago and Southland." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in
            History, 1935.
 6. Hunter, Thomas Alexander. The Presbyterian Chairs at Otago University.
            Wellington: Wright & Carman, 1951.


 7. MacLeod, Duncan. "J. D. Salmond's Contribution to Religious Education in
            New Zealand." University of Otago Dissertation in Church History,
            1991.


 8. Ogilvie, Gordon. High Flies the Cross: The 75th Jubilee History of St Andrew's
            College 1917-1992. Christchurch: St Andrews College Board of
            Governors, 1992.


 9. Patterson, W. G. "The Contribution of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand
            to Education." Victoria University College M.A. Thesis in History, 1936.


10. Starnes, J. H. "Te Whaiti-Nui-a-Toi Maori Boys School." Whakatane Historical
            Society Historical Review 15, no. 3 (1967): 177-9.


11. Swinton, David E. "The Presbyterian Church and Education in Otago."
            University of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1935.


Presbyterian Social Work



 1. A Friend. Life of Duncan Macpherson: A Faithful Standard-Bearer: The Story
            of the Interesting Life and Work of Duncan Macpherson, City
            Missionary, Auckland New Zealand. Auckland: Clark & Matheson,
            printers, 1914.


 2. Alexander, Jean. Jam on My Bread. Melbourne: Joint Board of Christian
            Education, 1985.


 3. Farrell, Jill M. "Outreach to the Oppressed: The Beginnings of the Presbyterian
            Social Service Association in Dunedin, 1900-1915." Otago University
            B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1979.
 4. Fraser, A. J. T. "The Social Work of the Presbyterian Church in N.Z. Up Till
            1930." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in History, 1933.


 5. Fraser, Ian W. Elderly Refugees in New Zealand: The Story of Nansen Home.
            Lower Hutt: Nansen Home, 1985.


 6. Garing, Maureen Nora. "Against the Tide: Social, Moral and Political Questions
            in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1840-1970." Victoria
            University of Wellington Ph.D. Thesis in Religious Studies, 1989.


 7. Humberstone, Brian. A Century of Service 1884-1984: Presbyterian Social
            Services in Auckland Province. Auckland: Presbyterian Support
            Services, [1984].


 8. Macfie, R. "The Presbyterian and Anglican Churches in Dunedin 1936-39:
            Some Aspects of Their Concerns, Activities and Influence." University
            of Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1982.


 9. Muller, Peter. For Young and Old: The Story of the First 75 Years of
            Presbyterian Support Services Southland 1919-1994. Invercargill:
            Presbyterian Support Services Southland, 1994.


10. Povey, Dannis M., Editor. Parish Based Community Mission in Otago: A Survey
            2001. Dunedin: Presbyterian Support, 2001.


11. Rae, Simon. Changing Patterns of Presbyterian Social Service. Presbyterian
            Historical Society Annual Lecture. Dunedin: Presbyterian Historical
            Society, 1983.


12. ———. From Relief to Social Service: A History of the Presbyterian Social
            Service Association Otago 1906-1981. Dunedin: Presbyterian Social
            Service Association (Otago), 1981.
            References, Index.


13. Robinson, O. S. "Some Aspects of the Attitudes of the Anglican and
            Presbyterian Churches to Social Questions 1853-1938." Auckland
            University College M.A. Thesis, 1950.


14. Stewart, P. J. Challenge and Response: The History of the Otago Presbyterian
            Social Services Association. Dunedin: P.S.S.A., 1958.


15. Tuck, J. M. A. "The Devil's Half-Acre, 1900-1910: The Work of the Dunedin
            City Council and St Andrew's Presbyterian Church in the Slum Area
            Known As the Devil's Half Acre." University of Otago M.A. Research
            Essay in History, 1983.


16. Veitch, James A. Orphans to Elderly: 75 Years of Presbyterian Service to the
            Community. Wellington: Presbyterian Support Services, 1984.


17. West, D. "The Church in the Midst: The Presbyterian Church's Response to
            State Housing, 1937-1958." University of Otago Research Essay in
            History, 1997.
            NZJH, 31/2, October 1997, p. 201.


18. Wilson, Dugald. Who Cares? A History of the Christchurch Presbyterian Social
            Services Association 1908-1980. Christchurch: [Presbyterian Social
            Services Association], [1980].


Presbyterian Theological Institutions



 1. Bates, J. M. Presbyterian Theology in New Zealand From 1930-1980: A
            Personal Retrospect. Dunedin: Knox Theological Hall, 1995.


 2. Breward, Ian. Grace and Truth: A History of the Theological Hall, Knox
            College, Dunedin 1876-1975. Dunedin: Presbyterian Church, 1975.
            Index.


 3. ———. "Helmut Rex, 1913-1967." Theological Review 8 (1967): 3-6.
 4. King, Geoff. ""Organising Christian Truth": An Investigation of the Life and
            Work of John Dickie." University of Otago PhD thesis, 1998.


 5. Knight, G. A. F. What Next? The Exciting Route Travelled. Edinburgh: St
            Andrews Press, 1980.


 6. Matheson, Peter. "Transforming Creed." Scottish Christianity in the Modern
            World. Stewart J. Brown, and George NewlandsEdinburgh: T. & T.
            Clark, 2001.


 7. Mitchell, Sarah. "Inhabiting the Landscape: Community Based Ministry
            Training in Aotearoa New Zealand 1991-1999." Mapping the
            Landscape: Essays in Australian and New Zealand Christianity.
            Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ian Breward, editor Susan & William
            W. Emilsen, 273-87. American University Studies, series IX vol 193.
            New York: Peter Lang, 2000.


 8. Pearson, Clive, Editor. Ian Breward: Letters and Tributes. North Parematta,
            NSW: UTC Publications, 2000.


 9. Pearson, Clive R. The Theological Case of J. M. Bates. Presbyterian Historical
            Society Annual LecturePresbyterian Historical Society, [1995].
            Annual Lecture for 1994 given in Wellington.


10. Robinson, Graham H. "The Role of the Parish Minister in the Presbyterian
            Church of New Zealand in Relation to His Church School." Columbia
            University Teachers College Ed.D. Thesis, 1967.


11. Roxborogh, W. John. "The Christology of Principal John Dickie." University of
            Otago B.D. Dissertation in Church History, 1974.


12. Veitch, James, Editor. In Search of Truth! Frank Nichol: Church
            TheologianEndeavour Press, [1994].


13. Veitch, James A. "Nothing Will Ever Be The Same Again. New Zealand
            Presbyterians in Conflict September 1965 - November 1967." Australian
            College of Theology, 1999.


Presbyterian Views and Values



 1. Anon. "Communion Tokens in New Zealand." Coin Magazine, no. 7 (1969):
            10-11.


 2. Arnold, Rollo. "A Shepherded Sheep: A Harrowed Toad: An Experience of
            Presbyterian Lay Protest, 1966-1970." Stimulus 5, no. 2 (1997): 19-26.


 3. Barber, Lawrence H. "Building Colonial New Zealand to Presbyterian
            Specifications." Religion in New Zealand, Editors Chris Nichol, and
            James Veitch, 138-59. 2 ed. Wellington: Tertiary Christian Studies
            Programme, 1983.
            In the second edition only.


 4. Barclay, Peter. " The Word and Work of Christ in New Zealand: Sermons
            Preached in St. Paul's Church, Napier, With Two Addresses on
            Church-Work in That Colony. Edinburgh: John MacLaren, 1871.


 5. Barkley, A. "Calvinism in New Zealand." Vox Reformata (1981): 11-16.


 6. Bates, J. M. Presbyterian Theology in New Zealand From 1930-1980: A
            Personal Retrospect. Dunedin: Knox Theological Hall, 1995.


 7. Birchall, A. "Onward Christian Soldiers: Moral and Social Issues in the
            Presbyterian Church of Otago and Southland, 1894-1901." University of
            Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1981.


 8. Bolitho, Elaine E. "Events and Issues Influencing the Attitudes of the Methodist
            and Presbyterian Churches of New Zealand to South Africa From 1947
            to 1987." Victoria University of Wellington B.A. Hons. Research Essay,
            1988.
 9. Breward, Ian. "Lloyd Geering and James MacGregor: Two New Zealand
            Apologists." Faith in an Age of Turmoil: Essays in Honour of Lloyd
            Geering, Editor James Veitch, 190-202. London: Oriental University
            Press, 1990.


10. Breward, ian. "A Robinsonian Reformation in New Zealand." Theological
            Review 6 (1965): 12-19.
            The student journal of Theological Hall, Knox College, Dunedin.


11. Brown, M. "Packing Down the Scrum: An Historical Analysis of the 1981
            Springbok Tour and the Homosexuality Issue in the Presbyterian Church
            of Aotearoa New Zealand." University of Otago Research Dissertation in
            History, 1997.
            NZJH 31/2, October 1997, p. 200.


12. Davidson, Allan K. Pioneers, Protestors and Pluralism: Exploring Presbyterian
            Identity. Wellington: Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1989.


13. Davidson, Allan K. Pious Energy: Presbyterian Personalities and Perspectives.
            [Wellington]: Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1989.


14. Garing, Maureen Nora. "Against the Tide: Social, Moral and Political Questions
            in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1840-1970." Victoria
            University of Wellington Ph.D. Thesis in Religious Studies, 1989.


15. Gee, Maurice. Plumb. Wellington and London: Faber, 1979.


16. Hill, Michael, and Richard Bowman. "Religious Adherence and Religious
            Practice in Contemporary New Zealand: Census and Survey Evidence."
            Archives Des Sciences Sociales Des Religions 59, no. 1 (1985): 91-112.


17. Johnstone, B. "The Presbyterian Church and the Second World War
            1939-1941." Otago University B.D. Thesis in Church History, 1988.


18. Liffiton, F. H. "N.Z. Presbyterianism and the Liquor Question." University of
            Otago M.A. Thesis, 1951.


19. Matheson, J. G. "New Zealand Since the War: Where There Is No Vision."
            Landfall 15 (1961): 58-67.


20. Matheson, Peter. "150 Years After: Aspects of the Influence of the Scottish
            Disruption of 1843 on New Zealand Presbyterianism." British Review of
            New Zealand Studies (1994).


21. ———. The Finger of God in the Disruption: Scottish Principles and New
            Zealand Realities. Dunedin: Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa-New
            Zealand Synod of Otago and Southland, 1993.


22. ———. From Scotland With Aroha: Exploring Our Presbyterian Heritage.
            Addresses to the 1987 General Assembly. Wellington: Presbyterian
            Church of New Zealand, 1988.


23. Mitchell, Sarah Anne Phyllis. "'Standing at the Burning Bush': A Feminist
            Consideration of Liturgical Language in the Presbyterian Church of
            Aotearoa New Zealand." University of Otago Ph. D. Thesis, 1992.


24. Molloy, Maureen. "No Inclination to Mix With Strangers: Married Patterns
            Among Highland Immigrants to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and Waipu,
            New Zealand." Journal of Family History 11 (1986): 221-43.


25. ———. Those Who Speak to the Heart: The Nova Scotian Scots at Waipu
            1854-1920. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1991.


26. Paterson, John. "An Historical Study of Issues Within the Presbyterian Church
            1945-1985." University of Otago Master of Theology Thesis in Church
            History, 1985.


27. Pearson, Clive. "Christ and Context Down Under: Mapping TransTasman
            Christologies." Mapping the Landscape: Essays in Australian and New
            Zealand Christianity. Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ian Breward,
            editor Susan & William W. Emilsen, 296-317. American University
            Studies, series IX vol 193. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.


28. ———. "The Rev. J. M. Bates." University of Otago B. Theol. Long Essay,
            1983.


29. Periodicals, Presbyterian. " Major Periodicals: N.Z. Presbyterian (1866-7); N.Z.
            Presbyterian Magazine (1872); Canterbury Presbyterian (1873-4); N.Z.
            Presbyterian Church News (1873-); The Evangelist (1869-78); Christian
            Record (1877-8); N.Z. Missionary Record (1882-5) Then N.Z.
            Presbyterian (1879-86-93) Then Christian Outlook (1894-8) Then
            Outlook (1898-1987). Crosslink (Shared With Methodists) (1987-).
            Offical: Proceedings of the General Assembly, (1862-); Proceedings of
            Otago & Southland Synod (1866-1907); Yearbook (1962-).


30. Pollard, T. E. "Theological Table Talk." Theological Review 8 (1967): 7-10.
            Journal of students of Theological Hall, Knox College.


31. Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. A Trial for Heresy. Christchurch:
            Presbyterian Bookroom, 1968.


32. Riddle, Janet I., Editor. 'Violet': Marian Campbell Riddle 1852-1922.
            Whitiagna: The Author, 1990.


33. Robb, Loren, Editor. Mahi Tahi: Resources for Bi-Cultural Partnership.
            Wellington: Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand, 1992.


34. Robinson, O. S. "Some Aspects of the Attitudes of the Anglican and
            Presbyterian Churches to Social Questions 1853-1938." Auckland
            University College M.A. Thesis, 1950.


35. Shepheard, Nicola. "Dissent's Disciples." Metro (2002): 52-59.


36. ———. "Dissent's Disciples." Metro (2002): 52-59.
37. Somerville, P. J. "The Relinquishment of the Presbyterian Church Chairs at
            Otago University." University of Otago B.A. Hons Dissertation in
            History, 1977.


38. Stringer, Linaire. "'No Joy': Presbyterianism and Early Dunedin." University of
            Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1988.


39. Swain-Ingham, Storm Kirsten. "Hero or Heretic? William Salmond and "The
            Reign of Grace"." University of Otago B. Theol. Thesis, 1992.
            See also Barber (1975), and Wood, Simon (1992).


40. Veitch, James. The Great 'Sin' of John Smith: The Story of the 1908 Heresy
            Trial in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Dunedin: Presbyterian
            Historical Society, [1990].


41. Veitch, James A. "Mapping Theological Contours: A Study of a New Zealand
            Church." Forum 37, no. 9 (1984): 3-9.


42. Ward, Richard. "The 'Greening' of the Church: The Development of an
            Awareness of and Response to Environmental Issues by the Presbyterian
            Church of New Zealand 1840-1990." University of Otago B.D.
            Dissertation in Church History, 1991.


43. West, D. "The Church in the Midst: The Presbyterian Church's Response to
            State Housing, 1937-1958." University of Otago Research Essay in
            History, 1997.
            NZJH, 31/2, October 1997, p. 201.


Presbyterian Women and their Organisations



 1. Women of the Burning Bush: The Report of a Survey of Women Ministers in the
            Presbyterian Church of New Zealand After 25 Years of Ordination,
            Vivienne Adair. Resource Centre, Presbyterian Church of New Zealand,
            Wellington, 1991.
 2. Alexander, Jean. Jam on My Bread. Melbourne: Joint Board of Christian
            Education, 1985.


 3. Allan, Ann. Life Upon Life: A History of the Presbyterian Young Women's Bible
            Class Union. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, 1954.


 4. Henderson, Alice. Women's Work for Missions: The Story of the Beginnings and
            Growth of the Presbyterian Women's Missionary Union of New Zealand
            1905-1939. Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom for P.W.M.U., 1939.


 5. Letham, Jenny. "An End and a Beginning: A History of New Ministries Since
            the Termination of the Deaconess Service, 1975." University of Otago
            Dissertation in the History of Christian Thought, 1986.


 6. McKay, Lyndsey. "The Church Through Ordained Women's Eyes: The Struggle
            by Ordained Women Within the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New
            Zealand." Oxford University M.Th. Thesis in Applied Theology, [1996].
            Excerpts in article in Re:Search, (Christian Research Assocation)
            Bulletin No 16, Autumn 1997, pp. 1-3 under title 'Ordained Women
            Ministers: Particular Experiences and Insights?'.


 7. New Zealand Young Women's Presbyterian Bible Class Union. Souvenir
            Booklet 1904-1925: 'The Utmost for the Highest'. Dunedin: Otago Daily
            Times and Witness Newspapers, for the N.Z.Y.W.P.C.C.U., 1925.


 8. Riddle, Janet I., Editor. 'Violet': Marian Campbell Riddle 1852-1922.
            Whitiagna: The Author, 1990.


 9. Robertson, Yvonne. "Presbyterian Women's Missionary Union: The Maori and
            the Maori Mission." University of Otago B.A. Hons. Research Essay,
            1990.


10. Robertson, Yvonne M. 'Girdle Round the Earth': New Zealand Presbyterian
            Women's Ideal of Universal Sisterhood, 1878-1918. Annual Lecture,
            Auckland 1993. [Dunedin]: Presbyterian Historical Society of New
            Zealand, [1994].


11. Taule'ale'ausumai, Feiloaiga. Pacific Treasures - Pacific Island Women in
            Ordained Ministry in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand.
            Wellington: Presbyterian Church, 2000.


12. Walch, H. "Women in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand." University of
            Otago B.D. Thesis, nd.


13. Whitelaw, Brooke. "A Message From the Missahibs: New Zealand Presbyterian
            Women Missionaries Serving in the Punjab, 1910-1940." University of
            Otago BA Hons thesis, 2001.


Primitive Methodist Church



 1. Barber, B. Aquila. A Methodist Pageant: A Souvenir of the Primitive Methodist
            Church. London: Holborn Publishing House, 1932.


 2. Blight, W. T. Primitive Methodist Church in New Zealand 1893-1912.
            Christchurch: Methodist Archives, 1993.


 3. Burton, John Wear, and James Guy, Editors. Whom God Hath Joined. a
            Souvenir of the Union of the Methodist Church of New Zealand and the
            Primitive Methodist Church in New Zealand. [Wellington]: Methodist
            Conference, 1913.


 4. Court, Lewis H. Ready, Aye Ready: The Story of a Romantic Career. London:
            Epworth Press, 1935.


 5. Drake, Edward. Primitive Methodism in New Zealand: A Souvenir of the
            Centenary of the Arrival of the Rev. Robert Ward September 1844.
            Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.) Proceedings, 3 no. 3. Auckland:
            Committee of the Primitive Methodist Celebrations, 1944.
 6. Greenwood, William. Woodlands Street: The Story of a Timaru Church.
            Timaru: Woodlands Street Methodist Church, 1984.


 7. Guy, James, and William S. Potter, [Attributed]. Jubilee Memorial Volume, or
            Fifty Years of Primitive Methodism in New Zealand. A Series of
            Historical and Biographical Sketches, From the Establishment of
            Primitive Methodism in This Colony to Its Jubilee Year, 1893-4.
            Wellington: P.M. Book Depot, 1893.


 8. Harris, Walter. Journal of the Experiences of Rev. Walter Harris Primitive
            Methodist Minister. Editor Frank F. Glen. n. pl.: Private publication,
            1966.


 9. Laurenson, George I. Waterview - the Story of a Little Church 1875-1975, Vol.
            29. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 29 no. 5. Auckland: Wesley Historical
            Society (N.Z.), 1975.


10. Mossong, Verna. "'Remember the Primitive Methodists'; 'Four Biographies'."
            Journal 1996Wesley Historical Society New Zealand, 40-63; 66-69.
            Proceedings, Wesley Historical Society NZ, 63. Auckland: Wesley
            Historical Society NZ, 1996.
            Annual Address to WHS.


11. Olphert, John. Primitive Methodism in Auckland 1849-1913: A Centenary
            Survey. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 7 no. 1. Auckland: Wesley
            Historical Society (N.Z.), 1949.


12. Phillipps, Donald. "From Mow Cop to Airedale Street." Journal 1996Wesley
            Historical Society New Zealand, 9-39. Proceedings, Wesley Historical
            Society NZ, 63. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society NZ, 1996.


13. Ward, Robert. Autobiography & N.Z. Voyage. Transcription of Robert Ward's
            Diaries, 1. [New Plymouth]: [The Descendents], 1994.
            No bibliographical details.
14. ———. Journal of Voyage to England Dec. 1870 1871, Vol. 2 vols.
           Transcription of Robert Ward's Diaries. New Plymouth: The
           Descendants, 1994.
           No publication details included at all. Cover says: 'Transcribed from
           copies of Diaries held in Hocken Library Dunedin for the
           Sesquicentennial of his arrival in New Zealand, October 1994.


15. Whyle, I. J. "Primitive Methodism in New Zealand: Sesquicentenary." Journal
           1996 Wesley Historical Society New Zealand, 5-8. Proceedings, Wesley
           Historical Society NZ, 63. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society NZ,
           1996.
           First brief article by Whyle. See also Mossong, Phillipps.


Prison Chaplaincies



 1. Consedine, Jim. A Poison in the Bloodstream. Whatamongo Bay, Queen
           Charlotte Sound: Cape Catley Ltd (Kahu book), 1990.


 2. Coup, Dorothy. "Bringing God's Love Behind Bars." New Zealandia 4, no. May
           (1989): 31-34.


 3. Gray, Marie. About Time: The Biography of a Prison Chaplain. Wellington:
           Moana Press, 1991.


 4. " A Parson in PrisonMelville Harcourt. Auckland: Whitcombe and Tombs for
           the Author, 1942.


 5. Petersen, Mary. To the Glory of the Lord Who Called Then to Serve: A History
           of the Richmond Mission, Christchurch, 1911-1984. Christchurch: North
           Avon Baptist Church, 1995.


 6. Roberts, J. H. "Parsons in Prison: An Examination of Prison Chaplaincy in New
           Zealand." Dialogue on Religion. New Zealand Viewpoints 1977, Editors
           Peter Davis, and John Hinchcliff, 18-21. Auckland: [University of
              Auckland Chaplaincy], 1977.


 7. ———. "Prison Chaplaincy in New Zealand." University of Auckland Dip.
              Criminology Hons. Dissertation, 1975.


Prohibition



 1. Ashenden, A. H., R. H. Brookes, and A. D. Robinson. "Attitudes Towards
              Liquor Among New Zealand Voters." Political Science 18, no. 1 (1966).


 2. Ballis, Peter H. "Seventh-Day Adventists and New Zealand Politics,
              1886-1918." In and Out of the World: Seventh-Day Adventists in New
              Zealand, Editor Peter H. Ballis, 52-81. Palmerston North: Dunmore
              Press, 1985.


 3. Billicliff, C. F. "The Life of Thomas Edward Taylor M.P., 1863-1911."
              Canterbury University College M.A. Thesis, 1948.


 4. Bollinger, C. "The Rise and Fall of Prohibition." New Zealand Heritage 4, no.
              52: 1429.


 5. Bunkle, Phillida. "The Origins of the Women's Movement in New Zealand: The
              Women's Christian Temperance Union 1885-1895." Women in New
              Zealand Society, Editors Phillida Bunkle, and Beryl Hughes. Auckland:
              Allen & Unwin, 1980.


 6. Burtt, A. K. "Aspects of Prohibition and Drunkenness in Wanganui,
              1880-1920." Massey University M.A. Thesis, 1973.


 7. Cocker, J., and Murray J. Malton, Editors. Temperance and Prohibition in New
              Zealand. London and Wellington: Epworth Press and N.Z. Alliance,
              1930.


 8. Grigg, Anthony R. "The Attack on the Citadels of Liquordom." University of
            Otago Ph.D. Thesis in History, 1978.


 9. ———. "Prohibition and Women: The Preservation of an Ideal and a Myth."
            New Zealand Journal of History 17, no. 2 (1983): 144-65.


10. ———. "Prohibition, the Church and Labour: A Programme for Social Reform
            1890-1914." New Zealand Journal of History 15, no. 2 (1981): 135-54.


11. ———. "Viable Option or Vote Splitter?" Comment, no. 14 (1981).


12. Harsant, Florence. "Bringing Temperance to the Bay, 1914." Whakatane
            Historical Society Historical Review 30, no. 2 (1982): 110-120.


13. Hercus, A. "Doing Away With the Demon Drink: Prohibition in Invercargill c
            1893-1905." University of Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History,
            1982.


14. Higgins, Pamela J. "The Prohibition Movement in Oamaru 1893-1905."
            University of Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1978.


15. Jenkin, O. T. Change Direction: A Critical Examination of the Church's
            Approach to the Liquor Question. Christchurch: 1962.


16. Liffiton, F. H. "N.Z. Presbyterianism and the Liquor Question." University of
            Otago M.A. Thesis, 1951.


17. Macleod, Nellie F. H. The Fighting Man. A Study of the Life and Times of T. E.
            Taylor. Christchurch: Dunbar & Summers, 1964.


18. Malthus, K. H. "The Liquor Problem in New Zealand." Canterbury University
            College M.A. Thesis in History, 1948.


19. Manson, Kenneth J. When the Wine Is Red. Wellington: New Zealand
            Temperance Alliance, 1986.
20. McKimmey, P. F. "The Temperance Movement in New Zealand, 1835-1894."
            University of Auckland M.A. Thesis, 1968.


21. McNeish, James H. P. Tavern in the Town. Wellington: Reed, 1957.


22. Mollison, Janette L. "The Thirty-Eight Year Drought: Prohibition in Invercargill
            1906-1943." University of Otago Postgraduate Diploma Dissertation in
            History, 1988.


23. Newman, R. K. "New Zealand's Vote for Prohibition in 1911." New Zealand
            Journal of History 9, no. 1 (1975).


24. Periodicals, Temperance. " N.Z. WCTU Handbook (1885-); Leader (1885-);
            N.Z. Temperance Times (1876-8); N.Z. Alliance, Annual Report (1886-);
            Prohibitionist (1890-1906) Then Vanguard (1907-54, 1959-);
            Temperance Herald (1878-91); Temperance Standard (1893); N.Z.
            White Ribbon Digest (WCTU 1895-1945) Then White Ribbon
            (1945-1965).


25. Pike, Alistair J. "Prohibition in New Zealand: A Preliminary Survey - Sydenham
            1891-3." University of Canterbury M.A. Dissertation in History, 1975.


26. Rawson, Nola. "The Temperance Movement in Kaikoura." Nelson and
            Marlborough Historical Society Journal 1, no. 5 (1985): 42-45.


27. Routledge, M. L. "The Temperance Movement in New Zealand." University of
            Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1973.


28. Skerman, P. J. L. "The Dry Era - a History of Prohibition in the King Country."
            University of Auckland M.A. Thesis, 1972.


29. Taylor, J. "The Temperance and Prohibition Movement in Wellington: The
            Campaign for Sobriety, 1893-1894." Victoria University of Wellington
            Research Essay in History, 1984.
30. Thornton, E. M. "A History of the Prohibition Movement in New Zealand."
            Canterbury University College M.A. Thesis, 1936.


31. Thornton, Guy D. The Wowser: A Tale of the New Zealand Bush. London: H.R.
            Allenson, [1916].


32. Turney, Craig. "The New Zealand Alliance in Auckland 1905-1920." University
            of Auckland M. A. Thesis, 1996.


33. Wheeler, R. H. "The City and Ten O'Clock Closing." Comment 9, no. 2 (1968).


Protestant Political Association



 1. Barber, Lawrence H. "The Twenties; New Zealand's Xenophobic Years." N.Z.
            Law Journal (1976): 95-96.


 2. Moores, Harold S. "The Rise of the Protestant Political Association:
            Sectarianism in New Zealand During World War I." University of
            Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1966.


 3. O'Connor, Peter S. "Mr Massey and the P.P.A. - A Suspicion Confirmed." New
            Zealand Journal of Public Administration 28, no. 2 (1966).


 4. ———. "Sectarian Conflict in New Zealand, 1911-20." Political Science 19, no.
            1 (1967).


 5. Satchell, Max. "Pulpit Politics: the Protestant Political Association in Dunedin
            From 1917 to 1922." University of Otago Research Essay in History,
            1983.


Protestantism



 1. Ballantyne, Tony. "Print, Politics and Protestantism in an Imperial Context: New
            Zealand c 1769-1870." Information, Media and Power Through the
           Ages. Editor Hiram Morgan, 152-78. Vol. Historical Studies XII. Dublin:
           University College Dublin Press, 1999.


 2. Barber, Lawrence H. "A Canon Law Challenge to Civil Law? A New Zealand
           Response to the Ne Temere Decree." N.Z. Law Journal (1977): 365-8.


 3. Batts, E. W., and A. H. Macleod. J. J. North: The Story of a Great New
           Zealander. Auckland: N.Z. Baptist Historical Society, nd.


 4. Brosnahan, Sean. "The 'Battle of the Borough' and the 'Saige O Timaru':
           Sectarian Riot in Colonial Canterbury." New Zealand Journal of History
           28, no. 1 (1994): 41-59.


 5. Brown, W. F. "The Payne Trophy Dispute - Was Sectarianism a Factor?"
           University of Canterbury M.A. Research Essay in History, 1988.


 6. Coleman, Patrick J. "Transplanted Irish Institutions: Orangeism and
           Hibernianism in New Zealand 1877-1910." University of Canterbury
           M.A. Thesis in History, 1994.


 7. Curreen, Helen M. "Pastor Charles Chiniquy: His New Zealand Tour of 1880."
           University of Auckland M.A. Research Exercise in History, 1984.


 8. Darroch, Murray. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Protestants: but
           Never Knew Who to Ask. Wellington: Catholic Supplies, 1984.


 9. Davis, R. P. "The Irish-Catholic Question and N.Z. Society 1868-1922."
           University of Otago Ph. D. Thesis in History, 1968.


10. ———. Irish Issues in New Zealand Politics. Dunedin: University of Otago
           Press, 1974.


11. Galbraith, Alisdair. A Distant Shore: Irish Migration & New Zealand
           Settlement. Editor Lyndon Fraser, pp.36-54. Dunedin: University of
           Otago Press, 2000.
12. ———. "New Zealand's 'Invisible' Irish: Irish Protestants in the North Island of
            New Zealand, 1840-1900." MA thesis in History, 1997.


13. Hoare, Michael. "Where Have All the Dissenters Gone?" The Religious
            Dimension: A Selection of Essays Presented at a Colloquium on
            Religious Studies Held at the University of Auckland, New Zealand in
            August 1975, Editor J. Hinchcliff, 5-8. Auckland: Rep Prep Ltd, 1976.


14. Laws, M. B. "The Sedition Trial of Bishop Liston." University of Otago B.A.
            Hons. Dissertation in History, 1980.


15. Lineham, Peter J. "A Bible in the Baggage." Comment, no. n.s. 13 (1981):
            23-27.


16. ———. Bible & Society: A Sesqicentennial History of the Bible Society in New
            Zealand. Wellington: Bible Society in New Zealand & Daphne Brasell
            Associates, 1996.
            illustrations, index.


17. ———. "A Church on Every Corner." Otaki Historical Society Historical
            Journal 4 (1981): 9-20.


18. ———. "How Institutionalised Was Protestant Piety in Nineteenth-Century
            New Zealand?" Journal of Religious History 13, no. 4 (1985): 370-382.


19. ———. "The Nature and Meaning of Protestantism in New Zealand Culture."
            Turnbull Library Record 26, no. 1-2 (1993): 59-76.


20. Moyes, Tracy Ann. "The Sash Their Fathers Wore: A History of Orangeism in
            the North Island of New Zealand 1868-1900." University of Auckland
            History M.A. Research Essay, 1993.


21. O'Connor, Peter S. "Protestants, Catholics, and the New Zealand Government,
            1916-1918." W. P. Morrell: A Tribute: Essays in Modern and Early
            Modern History Presented to William Parker Morrell Professor
            Emeritus, University of Otago, Editors G. A. Wood, and P. S. O'Connor,
            185-202. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 1973.


22. Reynolds, Paul L. "Religion and Politics in Auckland; A Study of the
            Socio-Economic Campaigns Voting ... in a Sample of Auckland
            Non-Conformist Churches." University of Otago M.A. Thesis in Political
            Science, 1970.


23. Trebilco, Paul, Editor. Considering Orthodoxy: Foundations for Faith Today.
            Orewa: Colcom Press, 1995.


Psychology and Religion



 1. Oakes, Len David. "Religious Values and Encounter Groups." University of
            Auckland M.A. Thesis in Psychology, 1986.


 2. Ratnam, Thenmoliee Joe Nee. "Religiosity and Well-Being of Pentecostals and
            Catholics." Massey University M.A. Thesis in Psychology, 1988.


 3. Waldegrave, Charles T. "Society and Personality Correlates of Pentecostalism:
            ... A Comparisom of Pentecostal and Non-Pentecostal Christian
            Students." University of Waikato B. Phil. Thesis, 1972.


 4. Wards, A. R. "Musical Interests, Church Attendance and Personality." Massey
            University M.A. Thesis, 1980.


Puckey



 1. Puckey, Adrienne. Puckey, Davis, Mair: Short Life Stories of Three Men
            Associated With the Kerikeri Mission Station 1819-1848. Auckland: A.
            Puckey, 2000.


 2. Williams, Anie Matilda Sophia Mordle. A Brief Record of the Life of William
            Gilbert Puckey, of New Zealand, Missionary and Pioneer. Napier:
            Private Publication, [1929].


Purchas



 1. Roche, E. H. "Parson and Doctor: The Career of the Rev. A. G. Purchas."
            Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, no. 9 (1966): 7-12.


 2. Sheppard, Peter. "St. Bride's." New Zealand Historic Places, no. 41 (1993):
            18-19.

								
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