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									Tahu

  1. Matheson, A. H. "Matiu Tahu: Tohunga and Christian Teacher." Tauranga Historical Society Journal, no.
            49 (1973): 23-25.

Taiwhanga

  1. Nobbs, K. J. Rawiri Taiwhanga: A Great Maori Pioneer. Te Kauwhata: Private Publication, 1988.

Taranaki

  1. Chappell, Albert Bygrave. Early Missionary Days in South Taranaki. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 1 no. 4.
             Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1942.

  2. Clover, Gary. "150th Anniversary "Heretoa" Wesleyan Maori Mission Station Waimate South, May 30th
              1992." Editor W. J. Morrison. Journal 1991-92, Wesley Historical Society (NZ) (1992): 61-65.

  3. Clover, Gary A. M. "Christianity Among the South Taranaki Maoris, 1840-53: A Study of the Wesleyan
              Mission at Waimate South." University of Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1973.

  4. Crafar, Alison. History of St Joseph's Eltham Parish & School 1898-1998. Eltham: Centennial School
              Committee, 1994.

  5. Crosby, Eileen V era, and Alison Robinson, Compilers. Wesley Methodist Church, Hawera: Centenary
             1876-1976. [Hawera: Church Centennial Committee, 1976].

  6. Foy, Helen M. "Methodism in Hawera 1874-1918." Otago University B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History,
             1980.

  7. Gavin, Gordon H., E. W. M. Lysons, and H. E. Carey. The Taranaki Archdeaconry: Its History and
             Associations, 1859-1955. Taihape: Private publication, 1955.

  8. Hammond, T. G. In the Beginning: The History of a Mission. 2 ed. Auckland: Methodist Literature &
           Colporteur Society, 1940.
           First edition 1915.

  9. Joblin, Dorothea. Harvey Come Quick: The Story of the Little Doctor of Waverley. Auckland & Hamilton:
              Paul's Book Arcade, 1963.

 10. Leadley, Alan, On behalf of Waikato-Bay of Plenty Bicultural Working Group. A Brief History of the Kawhia
              Methodist Mission, 1834-1994. Hamilton: Waikato-Bay of Plenty Bicultural Working Group, 1994.

 11. Lysons, Edmund W. M. Some Notes on the Taranaki Church of England Trusts, the Proposed Diocese of
             Taranaki, and the Creation of the Diocese of Waikato, 1842 to 1928. Taihape: Private publication,
             1955.

 12. Mandeno, J. F. "Wesleyan Missions on the West Coast and Inland." Footprints of History 1, no. 1 (1988):
            15-18.

 13. 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.

 14. Robinson, Alison. Central Taranaki Methodists. Stratford: A. Robinson, [1991].
 15. ———. Eltham Methodist-Presbyterian: 100 Years of Witness. Eltham: The Church, [1990].

 16. ———. The Salvation Army in Stratford and Eltham 1893-1993. Including the Mercy Boys' Home & the
          Mercy Jenkins Eventide Home. Stratford: Salvation Army, 1993.

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

 18. Waverley Anglican Church. St. Stephen's Church, Waverley, 75th Jubilee; 1880-1955. Hawera: J.C. Ekdahl
            & Son, printers, [1955].

Taupo

  1. Easdale, Nola. "Pukawa: Peace and History." New Zealand Historic Places, no. 37 (1992): 35-39.

  2. Grace, John Te H. Tuwharetoa: The History of the Maori People of the Taupo District. 2 ed. Auckland: Reed,
              1992.
              This is a facsimile edition.

Tauranga

  1. Finlay, Lana. "The Missionary Period (Tauranga and District)." New Zealand Federation of Historical
              Societies Journal 2, no. 5 (1987): 40-43.

  2. Hewlett, Stephen. "Funerary Rites and Their Significance in the Western Bay of Plenty 1950-2000'." Massey
              University MA Research Exercise, 2001.

  3. Macmillan, V. A. M. "Holy Trinity Church, Tauranga." Journal, Tauranga Historical Society, no. 34 (1968):
             34-37.

  4. Pickmere, N. "Missionaries and Muskets at Tauranga." Tauranga Historical Society Journal, no. 43 (1971):
             28-31.

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

  6. Vennell, C. W. Brown and the Elms. Tauranga: Elms Family House Preservation Trust, 1984.

Taylor

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

  2. Kirk, Athol L. "Richard Taylor's North Cape Land Grant." Whanganui Historical Society Historical Record
              6, no. 2 (1975): 3-9.

  3. Macleod, Nellie F. H. The Fighting Man. A Study of the Life and Times of T. E. Taylor. Christchurch: Dunbar
            & Summers, 1964.

  4. Mead, A. D. Richard Taylor, Missionary Tramper. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1966.
            Index.

  5. Murray, Janet. "A Missionary in Action." The Feel of Truth: Essays in New Zealand and Pacific History,
             Editor Peter Munz, 197-218. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed for Victoria University of Wellington,
             1969.
  6. Murray, Jenny. "Richard Taylor." Whanganui Historical Society Historical Record 4, no. 2 (1973): 5-11.
             Further articles commemorate Taylor to p 40.

  7. Ross, Janet E. "The Missionary Work of the Rev. Richard Taylor at Wanganui." Victoria University of
              Wellington M.A. Thesis in History, 1965.
              Married name was Murray, under which name an article summarises the thesis.

  8. Taylor, Laura. The Missionary's Daughter. Editor Randal Springer. Wanganui: Whanganui Historical Society
              Inc., 1993.
              Index.

  9. Taylor, R. M. S. "In the Steps of a Journey of Richard Taylor." N.Z. Archaelogical Association Newsletter
              11 (1968): 39-49.

 10. Troup, Mary. "A Church Divided." Archifacts, no. 24 (1982).

 11. Wilson, H. P. "New Zealand's Debt to the Rev. Richard Taylor." University of New Zealand Thesis, 1934.

Te Kooti

  1. Binney, Judith. Redemption Songs: A Life of Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki. Auckland: Auckland University
              Press & Bridget Williams Books, 1995.

  2. Binney, Judith C. "Myth and Explanation in the Ringatu Tradition: Some Aspects of the Leadership of Te
              Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki and Rua Kenana Hepetipa." Journal of the Polynesian Society 93 (1984):
              345-98.

  3. Gretton, Lloyd. "The "Dream World" of Painted Rongopai." New Zealand Historic Places, no. 29 (1990):
              35-39.

  4. Linzey, Mike. "The Tapu Tradition of Ringatu Houses." New Zealand Historic Places, no. 29 (1990): 26-34.

  5. Lyons, E. "Te Kooti, Priest and Warrior and Founder of the Ringatu Church." University of New Zealand
             M.A. Thesis in History, 1931.

  6. Ross, W. H. Te Kooti Rikirangi: General and Prophet. Auckland: Collins, 1966.

  7. Wallbank, L. "Military Messianism: An Examination of Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki - Prophet and Guerilla
            Leader." University of Waikato MA thesis in History, 1996.
            NZJH 30/2, Oct 1996, p. 199.

Te Rato

  1. Mikaere, Buddy. "God's Leaf: Wiremu Te Kooti Te Rato." Te Karanga 3, no. 2 (1987): 5-11.

Te Ua

  1. Head, Lindsay. "Te Ua and the Hau Hau Faith in the Light of the Ua Rongapai Notebook." University of
             Canterbury M.A. Thesis, 1983.

Te Whiti

  1. Baker, D. "Visions of the Visionary: Contemporary Perceptions of Te Whiti-o-Rongomai." University of
             Otago Research Essay in History, 1994.
  2. Bryant, S. J. "Te Whiti O Rongomai: A Reassessment." University of Canterbury M.A. Research Essay in
              History, 1978.

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

  4. Gadd, Bernard. "The Teachings of Te Whiti o Rongomai, 1831-1907." Journal of Polynesian Society 75
             (1966): 445-57.

  5. Kempster, Hugh. "A Loud Silence: The Church Response to Parihaka." Auckland Consortium for
            Theological Education B. Theol. Research Essay, 1992.

  6. 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.

  7. McMaster, N. M. "Te Whiti and the 'Parihaka Incident'." University of New Zealand M.A. Thesis in History,
            1945.

  8. Morris, Paul. "The Provocation of Parihaka: Reflections on Spiritual Resistance in Aotearoa." Parihaka: The
              Art of Passive Resistance. Editors Te Miringa Hohaia, Gregory O'Brien, and Lara Strongman,
              105-16. Wellington: City Gallery, 2001.

  9. Riseborough, Hazel. Days of Darkness: Taranaki 1878-1884. Wellington: Allen & Unwin & Historical
             Branch, Department of Internal Affairs, 1989.

 10. ———. Parihaka and the Historians. Parihaka 1993 Seminars, 1. Parihaka: Te Niho o Te Atiawa, 1993.

 11. ———. "Policies and Prophecies: Aspects of Government Native Policy in Taranaki 1878-1884." Massey
          University Ph.D. Thesis in History, 1987.

 12. Scott, Dick. Ask That Mountain: The Story of Parihaka. Auckland: Heinnemann/Southern Cross, 1975.

 13. Sinclair, Keith. "The Prophets of Parihaka." Kinds of Peace: Maori People After the Wars 1870-85, 70-85.
               Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1991.

Thames

  1. Howe, Kerry R. "Missionaries, Maoris and Civilisation in the Upper Waikato 1833-1863: A Study in Culture
            Contact With Reference to the Rev. John Morgan of Otawhao." University of Auckland M.A. Thesis
            in History, 1970.

  2. Watson, N. "Thames Baptist Church, 1876." Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, no. 42 (1983): 31-32.

Thames-Coromandel

  1. Malcolm, C. W. "The Return That Marks a Milestone in History." Ohinemutu Regional History Journal, no.
            34 (1990): 18-19.

  2. ———. "The Salvation Army in Paeroa." Ohinemuri Regional History Journal, no. 17 (1973): 7-13.

Thatcher

  1. Alington, Margaret H. Frederick Thatcher and St. Paul's: An Ecclesiological Study. Wellington: Government
             Printer in association with Historic Places Trust, 1965.
  2. Haworth, Jennifer. "New Life for the Home of Auckland's Bishop." New Zealand Historic Places, no. 32
            (1991): 20-25.

  3. Knight, C. R. The Selwyn Churches of Auckland. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1972.

  4. Mane-Wheoki, Jonathan. "'Temporary Edifices' Set New Directions." New Zealand Historic Places, no. 29
           (1990): 21-25.

Theologians

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

  2. Moore, Albert C., and Maurice E. Andrew, Editors. A Book of Helmut Rex. Dunedin: University of Otago,
             1980.

  3. 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.

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

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

Theological Development

  1. Adams, Susan, and John Salmon. Women, Culture and Theology: Some Interactions With Paul. Wellington &
            Auckland: Methodist Education Division & Anglican Women's Resource Centre, 1988.

  2. Andrew, M. E. "The Relevancy of the Old Testament for Christians in New Zealand." Faith in an Age of
             Turmoil: Essays in Honour of Lloyd Geering, Editor James Veitch, 175-89. London: Oriental
             University Press, 1990.

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

  4. Gnanasunderam, A. "Maori Theology and Black Theology or a Theology of Liberation." Unpublished Paper.
            Auckland: Church and Society Commission, 1974.

  5. Jermyn, James Alexander. The Israel of God: Four Studies of the Church. Wellington: New Zealand Student
             Christian Movement, 1945.

  6. Macleod, Duncan. "R J Blaikie's Response to Secular Christianity." Stimulus 5, no. 2 (1997): 87-94.

  7. Matheson, Peter. "The Contours of Christian Theology in Aotearoa New Zealand." Mapping the Landscape:
            Essays in Australian and New Zealand Christianity. Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ian Breward,
            editor Susan & William W. Emilsen, 255-72. American University Studies, series IX vol 193. New
            York: Peter Lang, 2000.

  8. ———. A Time of Sifting: Evangelicals and Liberals at the Genesis of New Zealand Theology. Presbyterian
          Historical Society Annual Lecture, 1990. Dunedin: Presbyterian Historical Society of N.Z., 1991.

  9. Meynell, H. "Modern Theology: Renewal or Betrayal." Comment 9, no. 1 (1967): 4-6.
 10. Nichol, Frank. "Theology in New Zealand." Landfall 20, no. 1 (1966): 42-49.

 11. Page, Ruth. "Culture and Gospel." Mapping the Landscape: Essays in Australian and New Zealand
             Christianity. Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ian Breward, editor Susan & William W. Emilsen,
             288-95. American University Studies. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.

 12. 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.

 13. 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.

 14. Periodicals, Theological. ".

 15. Porter, Muriel. "Ian Breward: An Australasian Life." Mapping the Landscape: Essays in Australian and New
              Zealand Christianity. Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ian Breward, editor Susan & William W.
              Emilsen, 9-23. American University Studies, series IX vol 193. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.

 16. Pratt, Douglas, Editor. Signposts: Theological Reflections in a New Zealand Context. Auckland: College
              Communications, 1987.

 17. Trebilco, Paul, Editor. Considering Orthodoxy: Foundations for Faith Today. Orewa: Colcom Press, 1995.

 18. Turner, Harold. "Consequences of a Basic Mistake." Stimulus 5, no. 2 (1997): 37-44.

 19. ———. "Interactions of Bible and Cultures: Contrasting Receptions: Africa and New Zealand." Stimulus 1,
          no. 4 (1993): 6-12.

 20. ———. "Polarized Polemics or Pooled Perspectives." Stimulus 1, no. 1 (1993): 10-15.

 21. ———. "Recent Orthodoxy in New Zealand." Considering Orthodoxy: Foundations for Faith Today. Editor
          Paul Trebilco, 31-45. Orewa: ColCom Press, 1995.

 22. Waugh, Richard J. "Expressions of Ecclesiology: A Study in the Continuing Understanding of Ecclesiology
            in Relation to Current New Zealand Church Diversity." Joint Board of Theological Studies Scholar
            of Theology Thesis, 1984.

 23. Westra, Rinny. Signs of the World to Come: Aotearoa New Zealand Experiment. [Auckland]: Interface Press,
             1986.

Theological Education

  1. Adams, Susan. "Towards a Reshaped Church - A Feminist Look at Theological Education and the Future of
            the Church." Auckland Consortium for Theological Education D. Min. Thesis in Feminist Liberation
            and Ministry, 1989.

  2. ———. Towards a Reshaped Church - A Feminist Look at Theological Education and the Future of the
          Church . Auckland: Auckland Anglican Women's Resource Centre, 1993.

  3. Andrew, M. E. Little Things Count: Journal of a New Zealander Overseas. Dunedin: The Author, 1980.

  4. Anon. "Theological Education Breaks New Ground." New Zealandia, no. 21 (1991): 36-37.
  5. Healy, Susan. "The Theology Colleges and the Maori." University of Auckland M.A. Thesis in Maori
             Studies, 1988.
             Also reprinted by the Anglican Provincial Bicultural Education Unit.

  6. McIntosh, A. D. "The History of the Bible Training Institute Inc., 1922-1966." University of Auckland Dip.
             Ed. Thesis, 1966.

  7. Michell, B. J. "The Development of Practical Training for the Ministry in New Zealand." University of Otago
              M. Th. Thesis, 1976.

  8. Moore, A. C. "'A Western Heritage, an Asian Destiny': Recent Theological Work in New Zealand." Bulletin
             of Dept. of Theology of World Presbyterian Alliance 5, no. 2 ([1964]).

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

 10. Sanders, J. Oswald. Expanding Horizons: The Jubilee History of the N.Z. Bible Training Institute. Auckland:
              Institute Press, 1971.

 11. Thompson, Richard H. T. Training for the Ministry. Christchurch: University of Canterbury, 1957.

 12. Zweck, Trevor. "Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Statistics, 1985." Australasian College
             Librarian 5, no. 4 (1987): 110-121.

 13. ———. "The Future of Theological Libraries in Australia and New Zealand." Australasian College Librarian
          6, no. 4 (1988): 130-134.

Theosophy

  1. Atkinson, A. Y. "The Dunedin Theosophical Society 1892-1900." University of Otago B.A. Hons.
             Dissertation in History, 1978.

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

  3. ———. Islands of the Dawn: The Story of Alternative Spirituality in New Zealand. Honolulu: University of
          Hawaii Press, 1993.

  4. McLeod, Marion. "God Zone." N.Z. Listener 121, no. 2529 (20 August) (1988): 49.

  5. Neff, Mary K. How Theosophy Came to Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: Australian Section of
             Theosophical Society, 1943.

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

Therapy Groups

  1. Hill, Michael. "Ennobled Savages: New Zealand's Manipulationist Milieu." Secularization, Rationalism and
              Sectarianism: Essays in Honour of Bryan R. Wilson, Editors Eileen Barker, James A. Beckford, and
              Karel Dobbelaere, 145-65. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993.

Thompson

  1. Lancaster, Neil G. Our Hope for Years to Come: St Martin's Parish Spreydon 1909-1984. Christchurch: [The
              Vestry], [1984].

Thornley

  1. Thornley, Dorothy. From a 20th Century Pew. Manurewa: College Communications, 1990.

Thornton

  1. MacLeod, Angus. "Guy Thornton - Baptist Evangelist and Chaplain." Learn a Little History: Newsletter of
            the Baptist Historical Society (1994): 1-4.

  2. Thornton, Elinor. Guy D. Thornton Athlete: Author: Pastor: Padre. 2 ed. Auckland: Scott & Scott, 1938.
             1 edn, ca 1936.

  3. ———. Reminiscences. Auckland: Wright & Jacques, 1943.

  4. Thornton, Guy D. My Conversion From Agnosticism to Christianity. London: H.R. Allenson, [1917].

  5. ———. The Wowser: A Tale of the New Zealand Bush. London: H.R. Allenson, [1916].

Timaru

  1. Greenwood, William. Woodlands Street: The Story of a Timaru Church. Timaru: Woodlands Street
            Methodist Church, 1984.

  2. Harper, Barbara. The Harvest: History of the Catholic Church in Timaru 1869-1969. Timaru: Centennial
             Committee, [1969].

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

  4. Lawrence, Averille. Strangers and Pilgrims: A Hundred Years at St. Mary's, Timaru, N.Z. Timaru: Timaru
            Herald Ltd print, 1962.

  5. Olds, Norman William, Editor. Timaru Methodist Centenary, 1865-1965, Wesley Church Bank Street.
             Timaru: The Church, 1965.

  6. Pike, Alistair J. " An Unfinished Story: A History of Church Street Chapel 1935-1985. Timaru: Church St.
              Chapel, 1985.

  7. Trower, S. "The Anglican Church in South Timaru: Union of the Kensington-Otipua Districts." University of
             Canterbury M.A. Dissertation in History, 1981.

  8. Wilson, John. "Timaru's Collection of Fine Old Churches." Historic Places, no. 25 (1989): 7-10.

Tolerance

  1. Elsmore, Bronwyn. Creedism: Religious Prejudice in New Zealand. Palmerston North: Nagare Press, 1995.

  2. Schelb, Richard. "Where Angels and Demons Do Battle." The Press, 7 March 1992, col. Supplement pp. 4-5.

  3. Turner, Harold W. "Questions, Hard or Otherwise, for Religious Studies in New Zealand Universities."
              Colloquium 24, no. 1 (1992): 14-28.

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

Torrance

  1. Torrance, John Ainslie. Memorials of John A. Torrance, Agent for Thirty Years of the Patients and Prisoners
             Aid Society. Editor James Chisholm. Dunedin: N.Z. Bible, Tract and Book Society, 1908.

Tracy

  1. O'Donaghue, K. K. Brother P. A. Tracy and the Christian Brothers in Australia and New Zealand.
            Melbourne: Poulding Press, 1983.

Treaty of Waitangi

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

  2. Kirk, Hamish. "The Treaty of Waitangi: A Theological Reflection." University of Otago B. Theol. Thesis,
             1992.

  3. Lear, Pauline, Editor. What Happened at Waitangi in 1983? A Report to the New Zealand Churches
              Concerning the Treaty of Waitangi, Its Observance, and Its Ceremonial Commemoration. Auckland:
              Church and Society Commission of National Council of Churches, 1983.

  4. 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.

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

  6. Owens, J. M. R. "Annual Lecture: Missionaries and the Treaty." Journal '86 Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.)
             49 (1986): 17-40.

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

  8. Pratt, M. A. Rugby. The Treaty of Waitangi. Governor Hobson Thanks Wesleyan Missionaries. W.H.S. (N.Z.)
              Proceedings, 4 no. 1. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1933.

Troup

  1. Troup, Gordon. George Troup, Architect and Engineer. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1982.

Turner

  1. Macauley, G. A., Compiler. A Triumph of Improvisation: The Stuart Residence Halls Council, Stuart House,
            Arana Hall, Carrington Hall 1941-1991. Dunedin: Stuart Residence Halls Council, 1991.

  2. Mossong, Verna. "Celebration in Kaeo; The Story of Wesleydale; Rev. Nathaniel Turner; President's
            Introduction to a Cemetery Series; Eliza White's Autograph Album." Journal 1998Wesley Historical
            Society NZ, 37-49, 55-62 64 pp . Proceedings, Wesley Historical Society NZ, 67. Auckland: Wesley
            Historical Society New Zealand, 1998.
            Four separate articles.

  3. Snowden, Rita F. The Ladies of Wesleydale. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 15 no. 2. Auckland: Wesley
              Historical Society (N.Z.), 1956-1957.

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

  5. Turner, Josiah G. The Pioneer Missionary. Life of the Rev. Nathaniel Turner, Missionary in New Zealand,
              Tonga and Australia. Melbourne: Robertson & Wesleyan Bookroom, 1872.

Unbelief

  1. Hill, Michael. "The Cult of Humanity: The Secret Religion of the Educated Classes." New Zealand Sociology
              2, no. 2 (1987): 112-27.

  2. Stein, Gordon, Editor. The Encyclopedia of Unbelief. Buffalo: Prometheus Press, 1985.

Unification Church

  1. Ray, Pauline. "The Cults: (1) Religion Is Alive and Selling Downtown." N.Z. Listener 91, no. 2047 (31
             March) (1979): 12-14.

  2. ———. "The Cults: (2) The Technique of Loving Coercion." N.Z. Listener 91, no. 2048 (7 April) (1979):
          16-18.

Union Churches

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

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

  3. Loan, Ken. Wainuiomata Union Parish 25th Anniversary. Wainuiomata: The Parish, 1978.

  4. Longburn Combined Church. Celebrating 100 Years: Longburn Combined Church. Longburn: The Church,
            1990.

  5. Morrison, Clare, Editor. Windows on Unity: Cooperative Ventures and the Search for Church Union.
             Wellington: Negotiating Churches Unity Council, 1992.

  6. Nicholas, T. Graeme. "The Ecumenical Chaplaincy in Twizel, 1969-1976." University of Otago B.D. Thesis,
             1977.

  7. Somerville, J. S. Parish Progress: Thirty Six Years in the Alexandra, Clyde, Lauder Union Parish 1955-1991.
             Alexandra: Friends of the Alexandra, Clyde, Lauder Union Parish, 1991.

  8. 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.

  9. Thornton, Elinor. A Fragrant Life: A Brief Biography of Louie Wilson by Her Sister. Auckland: Scott &
             Scott, 1930.

Unitarian Churches

  1. Castle, Frank W. Annals of the Auckland Unitarian Church. [Auckland]: Auckland Unitarian Church, 1981.
  2. Fox, Nancy M., Jindra Rutherford, and Bill Allen. Unitarians in New Zealand. Wanganui: N.Z. Society of
             Unitarians, 1964.

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

  4. Hargrove, Charles. Letters Home . Leeds: Henry Walker, 1905.

  5. Jellie, William. Our Aim, and the Principles and Doctrines of Unitarianism: Two Sermons. Auckland:
              Trundall Brothers, 1900.

  6. Maindonald, J. H. A Church for Heretics? Auckland Unitarians and the Unitarian Tradition. Auckland:
            Auckland Unitarian Church, [1989].

  7. ———. A Radical Religious Heritage: Auckland Unitarian Church and Its Wider Connections, 1898
          (Building 1901) - 1991. Auckland: Auckland Unitarian Church, 1991.

  8. McEldowney, Dennis. "Maurice Gee's 'Plumb'." The World Within the World, Editor W. T. G. James.
            Hamilton: Waikato University, 1983.

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

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

United Maori Mission

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             Mission 1880-1950." University of Auckland M.A. Dissertation in History, 1985.

Universalism

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  2. 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).

  3. Thompson, W. P. "If by Reason of Strength: A Brief History of the Churches of Christ (Life and Advent)
            Association (Inc)." The Bible Standard 84, no. 6 (special edition) (1964).

Universities and Religion

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             Bryant Trusts. Hamilton: Bryant Trust Board, 1980.

  2. Colless, Brian E. "Religious Studies in New Zealand Universities." Journal of Christian Education, no. 51
              (1974): 17-27.

  3. Hunter, Thomas Alexander. The Presbyterian Chairs at Otago University. Wellington: Wright & Carman,
              1951.

  4. Macauley, G. A., Compiler. A Triumph of Improvisation: The Stuart Residence Halls Council, Stuart House,
            Arana Hall, Carrington Hall 1941-1991. Dunedin: Stuart Residence Halls Council, 1991.

  5. Moore, Albert C. "Religious Studies: New Zealand and Worldwide." Religion in New Zealand Society,
             Editors Brian Colless, and Peter Donovan, 228-36. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1985.
               Also in 1st edition (1980).

  6. Nichol, Frank. "Theology in New Zealand." Landfall 20, no. 1 (1966): 42-49.

  7. Rae, Simon. "Albert Moore at Otago." Religious Studies in Dialogue: Essays in Honour of Albert C. Moore,
             Editors M. Andrew, P. Matheson, and S. Rae, xix-xxvi. Dunedin: Faculty of Theology University of
             Otago, 1991.

  8. Somerville, P. J. "The Relinquishment of the Presbyterian Church Chairs at Otago University." University of
             Otago B.A. Hons Dissertation in History, 1977.

  9. Turner, Harold W. "Questions, Hard or Otherwise, for Religious Studies in New Zealand Universities."
              Colloquium 24, no. 1 (1992): 14-28.

 10. Van Dijk, Peter. "Spontaneous Religious Attributions of Christian Tertiary Students." University of
             Canterbury M.Sc. Thesis in Psychology, 1988.

 11. Veitch, James, Editor. To Strive and Not to Yield: Essays in Honour of Colin Brown. Victoria Studies in
              Religion and Society, 1. Wellington: Department of World Religions, Victoria University of
              Wellington, 1992.

Urban Life and Religion

  1. Blaikie, N. W. H. "An Analysis of Religious Affiliations, Activity and Attitudes in St.Albans, Christchurch."
              University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis in Sociology, 1968.

  2. Buckle, Edward G. The Isthmus and Re-Development: Report to the Bishop of Auckland and Joint Regional
             Committee of Churches Negotiating for Union. Auckland: Diocese of Auckland, 1971.

  3. ———. Paroikia: The House Alongside: An Account of Developments in Ministry in Some of Auckland's New
          Urban Areas. Auckland: Diocese of Auckland, 1978.

  4. ———. Urban Development. Diocese of Auckland: Report to the Bishop of Auckland. Auckland: Diocese of
          Auckland, 1969.

  5. Buckle, Edward Gilbert. The Churches East of the Tamaki: Report Commissioned by the Anglican Methodist,
             Presbyterian and Roman Catholic Churches East of the Tamaki. [Auckland]: [The Author], 1973.

  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. Coates, R. "Churches in Metropolitan Christchurch: A Study in Urban Geography." Canterbury University
              College M.A. Thesis in Geography, 1958.

  8. De Bres, Pieter H. "Religion in Atene. Religious Associations of the Urban Maori." Journal of the Polynesian
             Society 79 (1970): 95 pp.
             Supplement in two parts in September and December issues.

  9. Morton, John. "Town Planning for Christian Community." Dialogue on Religion. New Zealand Viewpoints
             1977, Editors Peter Davis, and John Hinchcliff, 15-17. Auckland: [Auckland University
             Chaplaincy], 1977.

 10. Roxborogh, W. John. "Problems in the Inner City." Knox College Theological Review (1973): 17-18.

 11. Schelb, Richard. "Where Angels and Demons Do Battle." The Press, 7 March 1992, col. Supplement pp. 4-5.
Values

  1. Ahdar, Rex J. Worlds Colliding: Conservative Christians and the Law. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001.

  2. Gold, Hyam, and Alan Webster. New Zealand Values Today. Palmerston North: Alpha Publications, 1990.

  3. Hinchcliff, John. "Religion and Morality." New Zealand 2001. Editor George Bryant, 114-23. Auckland:
             Cassell New Zealand, 1981.

  4. Hobbs, Leslie. The Thirty-Year Wonders. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1987.
             Index.

  5. Martin, Margaret Reid. Finding the Way: New Zealand Christians Look Forward. Melbourne: Joint Board of
             Christian Education Australia and New Zealand, 1983.

  6. Munro, J. "Religion, Age, Sex and Moral Issues: Some Relationships." Political Science 34 (1982): 314-20.

  7. Oliver, W. H. "Christianity Among the New Zealanders." Landfall 20, no. 1 (1966): 1-19.

  8. Van Dijk, Peter. "Spontaneous Religious Attributions of Christian Tertiary Students." University of
             Canterbury M.Sc. Thesis in Psychology, 1988.

  9. Webster, Alan C., and Paul E. Perry. The Religious Factor in New Zealand Society. Palmerston North: Alpha
             Publications, 1989.

Veitch

  1. Little, Edmund. "Christmas and Dr Veitch." Stimulus 5, no. 2 (1997): 72-75.

Viard

  1. Keys, Lillian G. Philip Viard: Bishop of Wellington. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1968.

Volkner

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

  2. Howe, Earle. Bring Me Justice. Auckland: Anglican Bicultural Commission, 1991.

  3. Karatina, Makao. "An Eyewitness to the Murder." Whakatane Historical Society Historical Review 21, no. 1
              (1973): 115-22.

  4. Parkinson, Jan. "The Rev. Carl Sylvanus Volkner." Whakatane Historical Society Historical Review 37, no.
             1 (1989): 56-57.

Voluntary Agencies

  1. Guild of St. Luke, SS. Cosmas & Damian. "Silver Jubilee of Wellington Branch."Proceedings of the Fifth
              Conference Auckland Wellington Priorities in Medicine - New Zealand and Other CountriesD. K.
              Bonisch, 8-24The Guild, 1979.

  2. Hawke, G. R., and David Robinson, Editors. Performance Without Profit: The Voluntary Welfare Sector in
            New Zealand. Wellington: Institute of Policy Studies, 1993.
Waddell

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

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

  3. 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.

  4. Couling, D. F. "The Anti-Sweating Agitation in Dunedin, Christchurch and Auckland, 1888-90." University
              of Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History, 1973.

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

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

  7. Olssen, Eric. "The Sweating Agitation." New Zealand Heritage 4, no. 54: 1496.

  8. Robertson, R. T. "Sweating in Dunedin, 1888-1890." University of Otago B.A. Hons. Dissertation in History,
             1974.

  9. 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.

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

 11. 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.

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

Waiapu Diocese

  1. Atkin, A. "The Missionary Era of the Diocese of Waiapu." Auckland University College M.A. Thesis, 1934.

  2. Fielder, J. B. " [A History of the Diocese of Waiapu]. Not published..

  3. North, Ada J. "Reminiscences of a Mission Nurse." Whakatane Historical Society Historical Review 14, no.
             1 (1966): 18-21.

  4. Porter, Frances, Editor. The Turanga Journals 1840-1850: Letters and Journals of William and Jane
              Williams, Missionaries to Poverty Bay. Wellington: Price Milburn for Victoria University Press,
              1974.
              Indexed.

  5. Prenter, Isla L. "The Development of Maori Christianity in the Waiapu Diocese Until 1914." Massey
               University M.A. Thesis in History, 1972.

  6. Rosevear, Watson. Waiapu: The Story of a Diocese. Hamilton: Paul's Book Arcade, 1960.
              Index, bibliography, references.

Waikato

  1. Carter, P. "The Diocese of Waikato, 1926-1986: Episcopal Influences on the Changing Model of Ministry."
              University of Auckland M. Theol, 2000?

  2. 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.

  3. Doran, C. M. O. "Maintenance and Ministry: The History of the Diocese of Waikato." University of Waikato
             M.A. thesis in History, 1999.

  4. Gilling, Bryan D. "A Colonial Country Cleric: Archdeacon W. N. De L. Willis of Cambridge." Auckland &
              Waikato Historical Journal , no. 57 (1990): 33-35.

  5. MacDonald, E. "The Methodist and Catholic Missions in the Waikato." Auckland & Waikato History
           Societies Journal, no. 22 (1973): 27-28.

  6. Mandeno, J. F. "Wesleyan Missions on the West Coast and Inland." Footprints of History 1, no. 1 (1988):
            15-18.

  7. Mellor, E. J. "Church Missionary Society and Wesleyan Schools in the Waikato Area 1834-1865." University
              of Waikato M. Ed. Thesis, 1974.

  8. Norris, H. C. M. Diocese of Waikato 1926-1976. Hamilton: Anglican Diocese of Waikato, 1976.

  9. ———, [attributed]. A History of the Diocese of Waikato 1926-1976. Hamilton: [1976].

 10. Smith, B. T. "The Wesleyan Mission in the Waikato 1834-1841." Auckland University College M.A. Thesis
             in History, 1948.

 11. Thompson, L., and J. B. W. Roberton. "Te Kopua." Te Awamutu Historical Society Journal, no. 7 (1972):
            40-66.

 12. White, Kevin, Editor. Remember the Past, Plan for the Future: Memories & Messages From the Centennial
             Celebrations Cambridge, 16-17 March, 1996. Cambridge: RaleighStreet Gospel Chapel, 1996.

Waipu

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

  2. McPherson, Flora. Watchman Against the World: The Story of Norman McLeod and His People. London:
            Robert Hale, 1962.

  3. Molloy, M. A. "Those Who Speak to the Heart: Kin and Community Among the Nova Scotians at Waipu,
             1850-1916." University of Auckland Ph.D. Thesis in Anthropology, 1986.

  4. 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.

  5. ———. Those Who Speak to the Heart: The Nova Scotian Scots at Waipu 1854-1920. Palmerston North:
          Dunmore Press, 1991.
  6. Robinson, Neil. To the Ends of the Earth: Norman McLeod and the Highlanders' Migration to Nova Scotia
             and New Zealand. Auckland: HarperCollins, 1997.
             illustrations, indexed.

  7. 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.

Wairarapa

  1. Allen, Audrey. A Century of Anglicanism 1888-1989: Pahiatua District. Pahiatua: The Parish, 1989.

  2. Anonymous. Carterton Methodiast Church Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Souvenir 1871-1946. Carterton: The
           Church, 1946.

  3. Goldsmith, Paul. "Medicine, Death and the Gospel in Wairarapa and the Hawke's Bay, 1845-1852." New
             Zealand Journal of History 30, no. 2 (1996): 163-81.
             Another version is in the Bryder & Dow volume, 1995.

  4. Greathead, Mervyn J., and Harold S. Kings, Editors. Greytown Glimpses (1857-1967): A History of the
             Fortunes of One Hundred and Ten Years of Methodism in the Wairarapa Particularly Relating to
             Greytown and Featherston. Greytown: Methodist Church Book Committee, 1967.

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

  6. Iveson, B., J. H. Conly, and J. B. Dawson. " The First Hundred Years: Centennial Survey of Masterton
              Methodism 1858-1958. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 16 nos. 3-4Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.),
              1958.

  7. Mabey, Maurice. From Then to Now: A Story of the Lives of the Catholic People of the Northern Wairarapa.
            Pahiatua: The Catholic Parish, 1994.

  8. McGlone, Vincent J. Fruits of Toil; A History of the Catholic Church in the District of the Wairarapa, New
            Zealand, 1845-1956. Carterton: Printed by Roydhouse & Son, 1957.

  9. Nikolaison, George E. Ted A. Masterton Queen Street Chapel: Formerly Masterton Ruhamah Gospel Hall
             1931-1960. Masterton: The Assembly, 1991.

 10. Siers, Judy. "Realising a Dream." New Zealand Historic Places , no. 61 (1996): 31-32.

Walker

  1. Walker, W. Lloyd. "Rev. William Walker, Methodist Minister." Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, no.
             40 (1982): 20-24.

Wallis

  1. Luxton, C. T. J. The Rev. James Wallis of the Wesleyan Missionary Society. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 21
             nos. 1-2. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1965.

  2. Scott, Eleanor. "Missionary Home-Making." Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, no. 10 (1967): 32-33.
  3. Vernon, T. R. "James and Mary Wallis and Their Descendants in the Raglan District." Auckland & Waikato
             Historical Journal, no. 42 (1983): 26-29.

  4. Wallis, Margaret E. J. My Memoirs, Margaret Wallis: Founder of the Frederick Wallis House. Waimate:
              Waimate Publishing, 1960.

Wanganui

  1. Anon. St Paul's Anglican Memorial Church, Putiki, Wanganui, New Zealand. Wanganui: Parish Vestry,
             1900a.

  2. Bennett, J. B. Christchurch Wanganui: The Continuing Story. Wanganui: Christchurch Parish Vestry, 1976.

  3. ———. A History of All Saints' Church Wanganui East 1909-1984. Wanganui: The Parish, 1987.
          Cover title adds: Steps in Faith.

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

  5. Campbell, John D. "Freethought in the Manawatu and Wanganui in the 1880s." Massey University B.A.
            Hons. Thesis, 1990.

  6. 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".

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

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

  9. Smart, M. J. "The Early Private or Dame Schools." Historical Record 21, no. 1 (1990): 19-21, 22-23.

 10. Strevens, Diane. In Step With Time: A History of the Sisters of St Joseph of Nazareth, Wanganui, New
              Zealand. Auckland: David Ling, 2001.

 11. Taylor, Laura. The Missionary's Daughter. Editor Randal Springer. Wanganui: Whanganui Historical Society
              Inc., 1993.
              Index.

 12. Troughton, Geoffrey M. "Christianity and Community: Aspects of Religious Life and Attitudes in the
             Wanganui-Manawatu Region, 1870-1885." Massey University M.A. Thesis in History, 1995.

 13. Webb-Jones, Frederick, [Attributed]. Diamond Jubilee Souvenir. Trinity Methodist Church, Wanganui, June
            10-17, 1934. [Wanganui]: [The Church], [1934].

 14. Woodbury, A. F. Pastors and People: The Story of One Hundred Years of Wanganui Central Baptist Church
           Ingestre Street 1882-1982. Wanganui: [The Church], [1982].

 15. Woodbury, Tony. "Baptist Church Is Now 100 Years Old." Whanganui Historical Society Historical Record
           14, no. 1 (1983): 17-21.

Wanganui District

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

  2. 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.

  3. Church, Ian. "Richard Matthews - Frustrated Churchman." Historical Record, the Journal of the Whanganui
              Historical Society 15, no. 2 (1984): 9-15.

  4. Jurgens, Dorothy M. "Some Aspects of the Establishment of a Lutheran Maori Mission at Maxwelltown."
              Whanganui Historical Society Historical Record 9, no. 1 (1978): 7-11.

  5. Watson, N. "By Way of Puriri Mission." Ohinemuri Regional History Journal 7, no. 2 (1970): 8-10.

War and Religion

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            Canterbury M.A. Thesis in History, 1983.

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

  3. 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.

  4. Ferguson, Graeme. "Chunuk Bair and the Search for Identity." Mapping the Landscape: Essays in Australian
             and New Zealand Christianity. Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ian BrewardSusan & William W.
             Emilsen, 222-37. American University Studies, series IX vol. 193. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.

  5. Gilling, Bryan D. "Caught Between the Mere and the Musket: B. Y. Ashwell and the Waikato War." Mission
              and Moko: Aspects of the Work of the Church Missionary Society in New Zealand 1814-1882, Editor
              Robert Glen, 179-92. Christchurch: Latimer Fellowship of New Zealand, 1992.

  6. Glen, Frank. "New Zealand Army Chaplains at War 2 NZEF 1939-1945." University of Waikato Ph.D. thesis,
              1998.

  7. Grimshaw, Michael P. "'Fouling the Nest': The Conflict Between the 'Church Party' and Settler Society
            During the New Zealand Wars 1860-1865." University of Otago Ph. D. thesis in Church History,
            1999.

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

  9. McGibbon, Ian, Editor. Oxford Companion to New Zealand Military History. Auckland: Oxford University
            Press, 2000.

 10. Noonan, Rosslyn J. "Anzac Day: Background Paper." Consultation on Observance of Anzac Day Wellington,
             New Zealand, July 8, 1972Church and Society Commission, 7-19. Auckland: [NCC] Church &
             Society Commission, 1972.

 11. Prior, Claire. "Religion and the War." National Education 22 (1940): 375-79.

 12. Shinya, Michihura. Beyond Death and Dishonour. Auckland: Castle, 2001.
 13. Skudder, Susan Mary. "'Bringing It Home': New Zealand Responses to the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939."
             University of Waikato D. Phil. Thesis in History, 1986.

 14. Soar, Pat. "Why and to What Extent Did the Larger Churches Become Defenders of the Government in
              Wartime in New Zealand Between 1845 and 1945?" Selected Essays, 58-77. Palmerston North:
              Massey University Department of History, 1988.

 15. Tagg, Mary. "The Prisoner Padre: The Impact of War on a New Zealand Cleric." University of Waikato
            M.Phil. thesis, 1998.

 16. Tagg, Mary Alison. "The 'Jesus Nut': A Study of New Zealand Military Chaplaincy." University of Auckland
            PhD thesis in Theology, 2000.

 17. Thornton, Guy D. With the Anzacs in Cairo: The Tale of a Great Fight. London: H.R. Allenson, 1917.

 18. Underhill, M. L., Sydney D. Waters, J. M. S. Ross, and N. E. Winhall. New Zealand Chaplains in the Second
             World War. Wellington: Department of Internal Affairs, War History Branch, 1950.

 19. Williamson, Dale. "Onward Christian Soldiers." University of Otago Dissertation in Church History, 1991.

Ward

  1. Ward, Robert. Autobiography & N.Z. Voyage. Transcription of Robert Ward's Diaries, 1. [New Plymouth]:
            [The Descendents], 1994.
            No bibliographical details.

  2. ———. 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.

Watkin

  1. Belmer, F. Roy. James Watkin - Pioneer Missionary. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 33. Auckland: Wesley
             Historical Society, 1979.

  2. Pratt, M. A. Rugby. The Pioneering Days of Southern Maoriland. London: Epworth Press, 1932.

Watkins

  1. Watkins, Neville. The Years in Between. Wellington: Private publication, 1989.

Wellington City

  1. Alington, Margaret. "Commanding a High Point." New Zealand Historic Places , no. 81 (2001): 35-37.

  2. Alington, Margaret H. High Point: St Mary's Church Karori Wellington 1866-1991. Wellington: St Mary's
             Church, 1998.

  3. ———. Unquiet Earth: A History of the Bolton Street Cemetery. Wellington: Wellington City Council, 1978.

  4. Bambery, Colin. St. Michael and All Angels' Anglican Church in Newlands-Paparangi 1912-1980.
            Wellington: The Parish, 1987.

  5. Beilby, G. T. Central Story: The First Hundred Years of the Wellington Central Baptist Church 1878-1978.
              Wellington: Wellington Central Baptist Church, 1978.

 6. Bradwell, Cyril R. Fighting for His Glory: A History of the Wellington South Corps of the Salvation Army
            1891-1991. Wellington: Wellington South Corps Council, 1991.

 7. Brodie, Audrey. The Society of Friends (Quakers) in Wellington. Wellington: Privately duplicated, 1979.

 8. Brooklyn Baptist Church, Writing Committee. Brooklyn Baptist Church Centennial Celebrations 1985.
            Wellington: [The Church], 1985.

 9. Catholic Parish of Island Bay. Parish of Island Bay: 50th Anniversary. Wellington: [No printer named],
             [1959].

10. Chambers, J. B. "Cambridge Terrace Congregational Church." Congregational Journal 7, no. 2 (1982):
           18-37.

11. ———. A History of the Karori Congregational Church Fellowship From 1842-1956. Wellington: The
         Church, 1956.

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. Dasler, Y. "With a Mission." N.Z. Listener 106, no. 2296 (11 February) (1984): 37-40.

14. Fearnley, Charles. Early Wellington Churches. Editor Julie Brennar. Wellington: Millward Press, 1977.

15. Francis, B. S. "Old Bishopscourt, Wellington." Record of N.Z. Historic Places Trust 1, no. 1 (1976): 31-42.

16. Freeman, Charles John. The Centenary of Wesley Church, Taranaki St., Wellington New Zealand 1840-1940:
           A Brief Record of the Founding and Growth of the Central Methodist Church and Circuit.
           Wellington: The Church, 1941.

17. Gosnell, Janette A. A Servant of the City: the Wellington City Mission 1904-1984. Wellington: Grantham
             House/Wellington City Mission, 1985.

18. 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.

19. Grocott, John Dryden. Karori Methodism: Being a Brief Resume of the Karori Methodist Community,
             1843-1946. Prepared for the Jubilee of the Karori Methodist Church. Proceedings Wesley Historical
             Society (N.Z.), 5 no 1. Wellington: Wright & Carman, 1946.

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

21. Hutchison, Pat, Editor. St. Francis De Sales Island Bay Parish History 1906, 1920-1990. Wellington: St.
            Francis de Sales Parish, 1991.

22. 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.

23. Leighton-Lord, H. A., Attributed author. Wellington Y.M.C.A. Retrospect and Prospect: a Century of Service.
            Wellington: The Association, 1965.
24. Levine, Stephen, Editor. A Standard for the People: The 150th Anniversary of the Wellingtonn Hebrew
             Congregation 1843-1993. Wellington & Christchurch: Wellington Hebrew Congregation and
             Hazard Press, 1995.

25. McCaul, John H. The People of God: One Hundred Years of St. Mark's Wellington 1876-1976. Wellington:
            Vestry of Parish of St. Mark, 1977.

26. Meyer, R. J. "Catholic Parish of Johnsonville." Onslow Historian 2, no. 4 (1972): 6-8.

27. Miller, Harold G. A Short History of the Church of St Mary the Virgin Parish of Karori Wellington
             1866-1966. Wellington: David E. Jones Printers, 1966.

28. Mirimar Methodist Church. Mirimar Methodist Church Golden Jubilee 1975. Wellington: The Church, 1975.

29. Moore, Dallas. Old St. Paul's. Wellington: Government Printer, 1970.

30. Moore, Dallas S. "The Anglican Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Wellington." Victoria University of
            Wellington M.A. Thesis in History, 1969.

31. Nelson, Wayne. "Restored With Grace: St. Mary of the Angels, Wellington." Historic Places, no. 20 (1988):
            23-26.

32. ———. "St. Peter's, Wellington Restored to Splendour." New Zealand Historic Places , no. 32 (1991): 10-13.

33. Olliff, P. M. "Church Records in the Turnbull Library: Three Collections Reviewed." Archifacts, no. 21
              (1982): 546-53.

34. Ormerod, R. "The Churches' Response to the Social Problems in Wellington 1888-1891." Victoria University
           of Wellington Research Essay in History, 1984.

35. Pirana, M. R. A Short History of the Cathedral of Saint Paul the Apostle, Wellington New Zealand.
             Wellington: The Vestry, 1958.

36. Pitt, M. S. "Early History of the Wellington Jewish Community, 1840-1900." Victoria University College
              M.A. Thesis in History, 1953.

37. Reed, A. W. Kelburn Presbyterian Church, 1909-1959. Wellington: Wright & Carman, 1959.
            Reed and others contributed to this work.

38. Roberts, John H. "The Wesleyan Maori Mission at Te Aro." Journal '90 Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.) 56
             (1990): 14-49.
             Wesleyan History Society Annual Lecture for 1989.

39. Silby, Howard W. 60 Years of Assembly Witness in Karori. Wellington: The Assembly, 1994.

40. Somerville, L. C. "The Parish of St. Mark's Wellington." Victoria University College M.A. Thesis in History,
            1941.

41. St Aiden's Church, Mirimar. Golden Jubilee of St. Aiden's Church, Mirimar. Wellington: [The Parish], 1960.

42. St. John's Anglican Parish, Johnsonville Wellington. "History of a Church: St. John's Johnsonville
              1847-1972." Onslow Historian 2, no. 3 (1972): 3-5.

43. St. Mary of the Angels, Wellington. The Story of the Faith in Wellington Central. Wellington: Digent
            Printing Co., 1959.
              Also includes notes on St Anthony's Brooklyn as well as St. Mary's, the Catholic Pro-Cathedral.

 44. Stephen-Smith, Helen & Havel. Wellington Cathedral Head and Heart. Wellington: Dean of Wellington,
             1972.

 45. Stretton, Beryl. "The First Independent Church of Wellington Records Found at Last." New Zealand
               Genealogist 21, no. 202 (1990): 74-75.

 46. Taylor, J. "The Temperance and Prohibition Movement in Wellington: The Campaign for Sobriety,
              1893-1894." Victoria University of Wellington Research Essay in History, 1984.

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

 48. Walzl, T. "The Immigrant in Wellington: The Social Mobility of Irish Catholics Arriving Between 1840 and
             1880." Victoria University of Wellington Research Essay in History, 1984.

 49. Wilson, Helen. The Church on the Hill: The Story of St James Presbyterian Church Newtown. Wellington: St
             James Presbyterian Church, 1982.

 50. Wilson, K. L. Karori Baptist Church: The First Fifty Years. Wellington: Karori Baptist Church, 1985.
             Index.

 51. Wood, Joan. St. Michael & All Angels Kelburn The Story of a Parish. Wellington: The Parish, 1987.

Wellington Province

  1. Blain, Michael. Clergy in the Diocese of Wellington 1839-1894: A Directory. Wellington: Anglican Diocese
             of Wellington, 1998.

  2. 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.

  3. Broadbent, John. The Formation of the Catholic Archdiocese of Wellington 1840-1988. Wellington: Synod
            Steering Committee, 1988.

  4. Butt, Peter. The Cross and the Stars: An Historical Record of the Anglican Diocese of Wellington.
              Wellington: Anglican Diocese of Wellington, 1993.

  5. Cody, P. S. "Education and the Religious Issue in Wellington." University of New Zealand M.A. Thesis,
              1946.

  6. Holland, D. M. "The Foundations of the Diocese of Wellington, 1829-1859." Canterbury University College
              M.A. Thesis in History, 1945.

  7. Monaghan, Harold W. From Age to Age: The Story of the Church of England in the Diocese of Wellington
            1858-1958. Wellington: Diocesan Standing Committee, 1957.

  8. Moore, A. C. "Church and State in Education in Wellington, 1860-1900." Victoria University College of
             Wellington M.A. Thesis, 1948.

  9. Olliff, P. M. "Church Records in the Turnbull Library: Three Collections Reviewed." Archifacts, no. 21
               (1982): 546-53.

 10. Olssen, A. L., Editor. Methodism in Wellington 1839 to 1989: A Chronological Outline of the Growth and
              Development of the Methodist Church in Wellington District. Wellington: Wellington District Synod
              of Methodist Church of New Zealand, 1989.

 11. Roberts, John H. The Wesleyan Mission in Te Upoko o Te Ika Wellington District 1839-1885. Christchurch:
              Methodist Publishing, 1992.

 12. Roman Catholic authors. Sketch of the Work of the Catholic Church for the Last Half-Century in the
            Archdiocese of Wellington, New Zealand. Wellington: Lyons and Blair, 1887.

Wells

  1. Wells Organisation. [Various Fund-Raising Booklets]. New Zealand: The Parishes, 1955-1958.
             There is a lengthy list of these booklets in Bagnall;s New Zealand National Bibliography, vol 4 pp.
             401-402.

Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Biographies

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

  2. Anon. "Memento Mori - John Skevington - 1814-1845." Journal '89 Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), no. 52
             (1989): 50-52.

  3. Arthur, Jennie, [Attributed]. Rev. Thomas and Mrs Buddle: Pioneer Missionaries to New Zealand 1840 to
              1884. Auckland: Methodist Literature Society, 1940.

  4. Barber, Lawrence, and J. Jensen. "Henare Minita, a Neglected Missionary of the Second New Zealand War."
              Historical News, no. 52 (1986): 6-12.

  5. Barrett, Alfred. The Life of the Rev. John Hewgill Bumby: With a Brief History of the Commencement and
              Progress of the Wesleyan Mission in New Zealand. third ed. London: J. Mason, 1850.

  6. Belmer, F. Roy. James Watkin - Pioneer Missionary. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 33. Auckland: Wesley
             Historical Society, 1979.

  7. Blight, E. M. "The Work of the Reverend James Buller in the Methodist Church of N.Z." Canterbury
              University College M.A. Thesis in History, 1950.

  8. Chambers, Wesley. "Samuel Ironside in Church and Community." Journal '85 Wesley Historical Society
            (N.Z.) 46 (1985): 18-31.

  9. Chambers, Wesley A. "Samuel Ironside in Church and Community." N.Z. Federation of Historical Societies
            Journal 2, no. 3 (1985): 49-53.

 10. ———. Samuel Ironside in New Zealand, 1839-1858. Auckland: Ray Richards & Wesley Historical Society
          (N.Z.), 1982.

 11. Coney, Sandra. "Man With a Mission." Southern Skies (1991): 24-29.

 12. Elliott, Gabriel. Sowing the Seed in Pioneer New Zealand. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 16 no. 5Wesley
               Historical Society (N.Z.), 1959.

 13. Fletcher, C. Brunsdon. The Black Knight of the Pacific. Sydney: Australasian Publishing Co, 1944.

 14. Gadd, D. Bernard H. The Rev. James Buller, 1812-1884. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 23 nos. 1-2Wesley
             Historical Society, 1966.

15. Gittos, Murray. "Two Methodist Missionaries of the North: The Maverick and the Model [1]." Auckland &
             Waikato Historical Journal, no. 40 (1982): 1-4.

16. ———. "Two Methodist Missionaries of the North: The Maverick and the Model [2]." Auckland & Waikato
         Historical Journal, no. 41 (1982): 19-23.

17. Gittos, Murray B. Mana at Mangungu: A Biography of William White 1794-1875, Wesleyan Missionary at
             Whangaroa and Hokianga 1823-36. Auckland: The Author, 1982.

18. Goldsbury, Sheryl Jacqueline. "Behind the Picket Fence: The Lives of Missionary Wives in Pre-Colonial
            New Zealand." Auckland University M.A. Thesis in History, 1986.

19. Greenslade, William W. H. John Whiteley, 1806-1869. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 24 nos. 3-4Wesley
            Historical Society (N.Z.), 1968.

20. Hames, E. W. Walter Lawry. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 23 no 4. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society
            (N.Z.), 1967.

21. Hammer, G. E. J. A Pioneer Missionary, Raglan to Mokau 1844-1880: Cort Henry Schnackenberg. W.H.S.
          (N.Z.) Proceedings, 57. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1991.

22. Hammer, George Edward Johnston. "Cort Henry Schnackenberg, Pioneer Missionary, 1812-1880."
          University of Auckland M. Litt. Thesis in History, 1990.
          See Hammer's WHS book.

23. Jensen, J. H., and Lawrence H. Barber. "The Schnackenberg Family Papers." Auckland & Waikato Historical
             Journal, no. 51 (1987): 24-27.

24. Keeling, Annie E. What He Did for the Convicts and Cannibals: Some Account of the Life and Work of the
             Rev. Samuel Leigh. London: Charles H. Kelly, 1896.

25. Lawry, Walter. "A Missionary Marries: Walter Lawry Seeks and Obtains a Wife." Publisher Wesley
            Historical Society (N.Z.). Journal '86, no. 49 (1986): 53-55.

26. Luxton, C. T. J. The Rev. James Wallis of the Wesleyan Missionary Society. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 21
            nos. 1-2. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1965.

27. Marshall, Lucy C. Walter Lawry, Cornwall, Australia, Tonga, New Zealand. Occasional Publications, 12.
            Cornwall: Cornwall Methodist Historical Society, 1967.

28. McKay, Veda, and Verna Mossong. "Thomas Skinner, Catechist." Journal 1998Wesley Historical Society
           NZ, 50-54. Proceedings, Wesley Historical Society NZ, 67. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society
           New Zealand, 1998.

29. Mossong, Verna. "Celebration in Kaeo; The Story of Wesleydale; Rev. Nathaniel Turner; President's
           Introduction to a Cemetery Series; Eliza White's Autograph Album." Journal 1998Wesley Historical
           Society NZ, 37-49, 55-62 64 pp . Proceedings, Wesley Historical Society NZ, 67. Auckland: Wesley
           Historical Society New Zealand, 1998.
           Four separate articles.

30. Olssen, Arthur. "A Lonely Road." Stockade 15, no. 20 (1987): 2-3.

31. Prestidge, Paul. "The Choices of Mary Anna Bumby." Historic Places in New Zealand, no. 16 (1987): 20-21.
 32. Reeson, Margaret. A Singular Woman. Adelaide: OpenBook, 1999.

 33. Resson, Margaret. Currency Lass. Sutherland: Albatross, 1985.

 34. Scott, Eleanor. "James Buller's Journey to Wellington in 1839." Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, no.
              13 (1968): 24-26.

 35. ———. "Missionary Home-Making." Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, no. 10 (1967): 32-33.

 36. Snowden, Rita F. The Ladies of Wesleydale. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 15 no. 2. Auckland: Wesley
            Historical Society (N.Z.), 1956-1957.

 37. Spooner, Thomas G. M. Brother John; The Life of the Rev. John Hobbs. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 13 nos.
             2-4. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1955.

 38. Stack, James West. Early Maoriland Adventures of J. W. Stack. Editor A. H. Reed. Dunedin and Wellington:
              Reed, 1933.
              Also issued by Oxford University Press, 1937, 157 pp.

 39. ———. Further Maoriland Adventures of J. W. Stack. Editor A. H. Reed. Dunedin and Wellington: Reed,
          1938.

 40. ———. More Maoriland Adventures of J. W. Stack. Editor A. H. Reed. Dunedin and Wellington: Reed,
          1936.
          Also issued in special illustrated edition.

 41. ———. A White Boy Among the Maoris in the 'Forties: Pages From an Unpublished Autobiography of
          James West Stack. Editor A. H. Reed. Dunedin: Coulls Somerville Wilkie, 1934.

 42. Strachan, A. Remarkable Incidents in the Life of the Rev. Samuel Leigh. London: Hamilton, Adams, 1853.

 43. Turner, Josiah G. The Pioneer Missionary. Life of the Rev. Nathaniel Turner, Missionary in New Zealand,
              Tonga and Australia. Melbourne: Robertson & Wesleyan Bookroom, 1872.

 44. Whyle, Ivan. "By a Mysterious Providence." Journal '90 Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.) 56 (1990): 65-73.

 45. ———, Editor. Rev. John Bumby Sesquicentennial Commemoration June 26 1990. Auckland: Author for
          Methodist Church of Aotearoa New Zealand, 1990.

 46. Willament, Tolla M. I. John Hobbs 1800-1883: Wesleyan Missionary to the Ngapuhi Tribe of Northern New
            Zealand. Wellington: Government Printer, 1985.
            Index.

Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society

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

  2. Baker, Frank. "Methodist Pioneers in the South Pacific." Wesley's South Seas Heritage, Editor J. B. Dawson,
             36-45. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 50. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1987.

  3. Brazendale, Graham. "John Whiteley and the Land Question." Journal 1991-92 Wesley Historical Society
             (N.Z.) , no. 83 (1992): 7-19.

  4. ———. John Whiteley, Land Sovereignty and the Land Wars of the 19th Century. Proceedings Wesley
              Historical Society (NZ), 64. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society, 1997.

 5. Buttle, Nora. The Voyage of the Triton. Proceedings Wesley Historical Society, 22 nos. 1-2. Auckland:
             Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1965.

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

 7. Chambers, Wesley A. "A Survey of Maori Relationships With the Wesleyan Methodist Missionaries."
           Canterbury University College M.A. Thesis in Philosophy, 1953.

 8. ———. "The Wesleyan Methodist Mission in New Zealand, 1819-1855." Christian Brethren Research
         Fellowship Journal, no. 121 (1990): 19-27.

 9. Chappell, Albert Bygrave. Early Missionary Days in South Taranaki. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 1 no. 4.
            Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1942.

10. Clover, Gary. "150th Anniversary "Heretoa" Wesleyan Maori Mission Station Waimate South, May 30th
             1992." Editor W. J. Morrison. Journal 1991-92, Wesley Historical Society (NZ) (1992): 61-65.

11. ———. "Brethren and Rivals: Co-Operation and Conflict Between Missionaries of the CMS and the WMS
         1815-1870." Stimulus 7, no. 2 (1999): 10-15.

12. Clover, Gary A. M. "Christianity Among the South Taranaki Maoris, 1840-53: A Study of the Wesleyan
             Mission at Waimate South." University of Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1973.

13. Colwell, James. A Century in the Pacific. Scientific, Sociological, Historical, Missionary, General. London:
             Charles H. Kelly, [1914].

14. ———. The Illustrated History of Methodism. Australia: 1812 to 1855. New South Wales and Polynesia:
         1856 to 1902. With Special Chapters on ... New Zealand and the Aborigines. Sydney: William
         Brooks and Co., 1904.

15. Hammond, T. G. In the Beginning: The History of a Mission. 2 ed. Auckland: Methodist Literature &
          Colporteur Society, 1940.
          First edition 1915.

16. Hobbs, Richard. Wesleyan Native Institution; Established in 1844 by W. Lawry and Thos. Buddle. Auckland:
            Brett Printing Co, 1906.

17. Hunt, C. G. Some Notes on the Wesleyan Mission at AotearoaWesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1965.

18. Hunwick, E. C. "Missioner Shouldered Cross at a Wilderness Station." Footprints in History 3 (1989): 49-51.

19. Lange, Raeburn. "Indigenous Agents of Religious Change in New Zealand, 1830-1860." Journal of Religious
            History 24, no. 3 (2000): 277-95.

20. Laurenson, George I. Methodist-Maori Missions Yesterday and Today. Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.)
            Proceedings, 5 no. 2. Auckland: Methodist Literature and Colporteur Society N.Z., 1946.

21. ———. Te Hahi Weteriana: Three Half Centuries of the Methodist Maori Mission 1822-1972. W.H.S. (N.Z.)
         Proceedings, 27 no. 1-2. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1972.

22. Laws, C. H. The Methodist Mission to New Zealand: The First Years at Hokianga 1827-1836. W.H.S. (N.Z.)
            Proceedings, 4 nos. 2-3. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1945.
23. 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.

24. Leadley, Alan, On behalf of Waikato-Bay of Plenty Bicultural Working Group. A Brief History of the Kawhia
             Methodist Mission, 1834-1994. Hamilton: Waikato-Bay of Plenty Bicultural Working Group, 1994.

25. MacDonald, E. "The Methodist and Catholic Missions in the Waikato." Auckland & Waikato History
          Societies Journal, no. 22 (1973): 27-28.

26. Mandeno, J. F. "Wesleyan Missions on the West Coast and Inland." Footprints of History 1, no. 1 (1988):
           15-18.

27. Mellor, E. J. "Church Missionary Society and Wesleyan Schools in the Waikato Area 1834-1865." University
             of Waikato M. Ed. Thesis, 1974.

28. Morley, William. The History of Methodism in New Zealand. Wellington: McKee, 1900.
            First published in denominational magazine The Advocate, then in this form.

29. Nobbs, K. J. "William & Dinah Hall and the First Wesleyan Missionaries 1819-1825."Wesley Historical
            Society (N.Z.). Journal '88 51 (1988): 46-56.

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

31. ———. "The Wesleyan Mission to New Zealand, 1819-1840." Victoria University of Wellington Ph.D.
         Thesis in History, 1969.

32. ———. "The Wesleyan Missionaries to New Zealand Before 1840." Journal of Religious History 7, no. 4
         (1973): 324-41.

33. ———. "William White and the Wesleyans." New Zealand Heritage 1 (1968): 292.

34. Pratt, M. A. Rugby. The Pioneering Days of Southern Maoriland. London: Epworth Press, 1932.

35. ———. Rev. J. H. Bumby and the New Zealand Mission. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 4 no. 2. Auckland:
         Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1933.

36. ———. The Treaty of Waitangi. Governor Hobson Thanks Wesleyan Missionaries. W.H.S. (N.Z.)
         Proceedings, 4 no. 1. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1933.

37. Pybus, T. A. Maori and Missionary: Early Christian Missions in the South Island of New Zealand. Editor A.
            W. Reed. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1954.

38. ———. Otakou: A Story for Far-Off Days. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, n.s. 1 no. 2. Auckland: Wesley
         Historical Society (N.Z.), 1941.
         There are also earlier accounts by Pybus in W.H.S. Proceedings 3 no. 3 (1932); 2 no. 2 (1931).

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

40. Rakena, Ruawai D., and others. "The Maori Response to the Gospel." Wesley's South Seas Heritage, Editor J.
            B. Dawson, 46-57. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 50. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.),
            1987.

41. Roberts, Dave. "The Beechamdale Mission "A Day Well Spent"." Journal 1991-92 Wesley Historical Society
              (N.Z.) 58 (1992): 35-38.

 42. Roberts, John. "Alternative Tourism With a Bicultural Slant: Canterbury Methodists Journey into Their Past."
              Journal '86 Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.) 49 (1986): 11-16.

 43. ———. "Nga Tupuna Maori o Te Hahi Weteriana i Te Waipounamu: Maori Ancestors of the Methodist
          Church in the South Island." Canterbury Maori Studies Association Te Karanga 5, no. 3 (1989):
          7-17.

 44. Roberts, John H. "The Wesleyan Maori Mission at Te Aro." Journal '90 Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.) 56
              (1990): 14-49.
              Wesleyan History Society Annual Lecture for 1989.

 45. ———. The Wesleyan Mission in Te Upoko o Te Ika Wellington District 1839-1885. Christchurch: Methodist
          Publishing, 1992.

 46. Smith, B. T. "The Wesleyan Mission in the Waikato 1834-1841." Auckland University College M.A. Thesis
             in History, 1948.

 47. Smith, F. W. Samuel Ironside and the Cloudy Bay Mission, Vol. 4 no 1. Proceedings Wesley Historical
              Society (N.Z.), 10 no. 4 & 11 no. 1. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society (N.Z.), 1953.
              This is one publication, but its number in the Proceedings crosses two volumes.

 48. Thompson, L., and J. B. W. Roberton. "Te Kopua." Te Awamutu Historical Society Journal, no. 7 (1972):
            40-66.

 49. Turner, Josiah G. The Pioneer Missionary. Life of the Rev. Nathaniel Turner, Missionary in New Zealand,
              Tonga and Australia. Melbourne: Robertson & Wesleyan Bookroom, 1872.

 50. Ward, Robert. Life Among the Maories of New Zealand: Being a Description of Missionary, Colonial and
            Military Achievements. Editors Thomas Whitby William Lowe. London: Lamb, 1872.

West Otago

  1. 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.

Westland

  1. Fields, Ronald Ernest. St. Paul's Methodist Church, 1865- Centennial -1965: A Brief Account of Witness,
              Work and Worship at Hokitika and District. Hokitika: The Church, 1965.

  2. Harnett, John. "Memories of a Coast Kid: A Catholic Boy's School Days." North and South (1993): 104-09.

  3. Harper, George S. Gold Diggings and the Gospel: The Westland Diary of the Rev G. S. Harper 1865-66.
             Editor Jonathan H. Haslam. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 20 no. 3. Auckland: Wesley Historical
             Society (N.Z.), 1964.

  4. O'Farrell, Patrick. Vanished Kingdoms: Irish in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: New South Wales
              University Press, 1990.

  5. Sisters of Mercy. Mercy in Westland 1878-1978. Hokitika: Sisters of Mercy Westland Centenary Executive
               Committee, 1978.
  6. 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.

  7. Vaney, Neil. "The Dual Tradition, Irish Catholics and French Priests in New Zealand: The West Coast
             Experience, 1865-1910." University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis in History, 1977.

  8. Watson, James Drew, Compiler. St. Paul's Methodist Church, Greymouth: Histyory and Souvenir of 75th
             Jubilee Celebrations, 1867-8 - 1942-3. [Greymouth: Evening Star, 1943].

Weston

  1. Worsfold, James E. The Reverend & Mrs Edward and Eily Weston. New Zealand Apostolic Pioneer Breviate
             Series, 1. Wellington: Julian Literature Trust, 1994.

Whangarei

  1. Keene, Florence. Cross Over Kauri: A Centennial History of the Parish of Whangarei 1860-1960.
             Whangarei: Northern Publishing, [1960].

White

  1. Coney, Sandra. "Man With a Mission." Southern Skies (1991): 24-29.

  2. Gittos, Murray B. Mana at Mangungu: A Biography of William White 1794-1875, Wesleyan Missionary at
              Whangaroa and Hokianga 1823-36. Auckland: The Author, 1982.

  3. Goldsbury, Sheryl Jacqueline. "Behind the Picket Fence: The Lives of Missionary Wives in Pre-Colonial
             New Zealand." Auckland University M.A. Thesis in History, 1986.

  4. Mossong, Verna. "Celebration in Kaeo; The Story of Wesleydale; Rev. Nathaniel Turner; President's
            Introduction to a Cemetery Series; Eliza White's Autograph Album." Journal 1998Wesley Historical
            Society NZ, 37-49, 55-62 64 pp . Proceedings, Wesley Historical Society NZ, 67. Auckland: Wesley
            Historical Society New Zealand, 1998.
            Four separate articles.

  5. Owens, John M. R. "William White and the Wesleyans." New Zealand Heritage 1 (1968): 292.

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

Whiteley

  1. Brazendale, Graham. "John Whiteley and the Land Question." Journal 1991-92 Wesley Historical Society
             (N.Z.) , no. 83 (1992): 7-19.

  2. ———. John Whiteley, Land Sovereignty and the Land Wars of the 19th Century. Proceedings Wesley
          Historical Society (NZ), 64. Auckland: Wesley Historical Society, 1997.

  3. Greenslade, William W. H. John Whiteley, 1806-1869. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 24 nos. 3-4Wesley
             Historical Society (N.Z.), 1968.

Williams

  1. Anon. "Some Stories of Henry Williams' Family." Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, no. 25 (1974):
              9-12.

 2. Benfell, Neil. "The Shape of the New Society: Selwyn, CMS and the New Zealand Company in Fierce
             Debate; Martyr to the Cause? Henry Williams and His Tribulations." Mission and Moko: Aspects of
             the Work of the Church Missionary Society in New Zealand 1814-1882, Editor Robert Glen, 73-89 &
             90-109. Christchurch: Latimer Fellowship of New Zealand, 1992.

 3. Carleton, Hugh. The Life of Henry Williams, Archdeacon of Waimate, Vol. 2 vols. Auckland: Upton & Co,
             1874.

 4. Fisher, Robin. "Henry Williams' Leadership of the CMS Mission to New Zealand." New Zealand Journal of
             History 9, no. 2 (1975): 142-53.

 5. Fisher, Robin A. "Henry Williams' Leadership of the C.M.S. Mission to N.Z. 1823-1840." University of
             Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1969.

 6. Garlick, Phyllis L. Peacemaker of the Tribes: Henry Williams of New Zealand. London: Highway Press,
             1939.
             New edition, 1948.

 7. Goldsbury, Sheryl Jacqueline. "Behind the Picket Fence: The Lives of Missionary Wives in Pre-Colonial
            New Zealand." Auckland University M.A. Thesis in History, 1986.

 8. Griffiths, Tom. "Boundaries of the Sacred: The Williams Family in New Zealand 1823-30." Journal of
              Religious History 13, no. 1 (1984): 35-45.

 9. Hamilton, Lila. "Henry Williams - Missionary Leader." New Zealand Heritage 1, no. 10: 263-65, 268-69.

10. Porter, Frances, Editor. The Turanga Journals 1840-1850: Letters and Journals of William and Jane
             Williams, Missionaries to Poverty Bay. Wellington: Price Milburn for Victoria University Press,
             1974.
             Indexed.

11. Rogers, L. M., Editor. The Early Journals of Henry Williams, 1826-1840, Senior Missionary in New Zealand
            of the Church Missionary Society. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1961.

12. Rogers, Lawrence M. "Henry Williams in Eastern Bay of Plenty." Whakatane Historical Society Historical
            Review 15, no. 1 (1967): 28-30.

13. ———. Te Wiremu: A Biography of Henry Williams. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1973.
         Index.

14. Sanderson, Kay M. "'Those Neglected Tribes'. A Study of the East Coast Maoris and Their Missionary,
            William Williams, 1834-1870." University of Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1980.

15. Shadbolt, M. P. "The Next Generation: A Study of the Attitudes of George Clarke Junior and William
            Leonard Williams." University of Auckland M.A. Thesis in History, 1984.

16. Sheild, E. O. "The New Zealand Episcopate of George Augustus Selwyn (1842-1867) With Special
             Reference to Bishop Selwyn's Part in the Dispute With Archdeacon Henry Williams in Respect of
             the Latter's Land Claims." University of Oxford B. Phil. Thesis, 1981.

17. Thornton, John, Compiler. In Memoriam: Samuel Williams, 1822-1907. Gisborne: Te Rau Press, 1907.

18. Williams, Frederic W. Through Ninety Years 1826-1916. Life and Work Among the Maoris of New Zealand.
              Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs, [1940].
              Index.

 19. 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.

 20. Woods, Sybil M. Samuel Williams of Te Aute: A Biography. Christchurch: Pegasus Press, 1981.
            Index.

Willis

  1. Gilling, Bryan D. "A Colonial Country Cleric: Archdeacon W. N. De L. Willis of Cambridge." Auckland &
              Waikato Historical Journal , no. 57 (1990): 33-35.

Wilson

  1. Armstrong, M. G. "Rev J. A. Wilson of C.M.S." University of Auckland M.A. Research Essay in History,
             1974.

  2. Boyd, R. H. "Rev. J. A. Wilson." Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, no. 38 (1981): 14-17.

  3. Graham, E. D. "Rev. John Alexander Wilson (1809-1887): A Pioneer Missionary in the Bay of Plenty."
             Tauranga Historical Society Journal, no. 16 (1963): 21-28.

  4. Irwin, James. "John Alexander Wilson: First Resident Missionary in Opotoki-Whakatane 1840-1851."
              Whakatane & District Historical Society Historical Review 15, no. 3 (1967): 160-166.

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

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

Wohlers

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

  2. Kupke, Carol F. "Called to Serve the Maoris." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 59, no. 3 (1986):
             98-106.

  3. Natusch, Sheila. Brother Wohlers: A Biography of J. F. H. Wohlers of Ruapake. Christchurch: Pegasus Press,
             1969.
             There is a revised edition, Wellington, 1993.

  4. ———. "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.

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

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

  7. 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.
Women and Church

 1. Adams, Susan, and John Salmon. Women, Culture and Theology: Some Interactions With Paul. Wellington &
           Auckland: Methodist Education Division & Anglican Women's Resource Centre, 1988.

 2. Benland, Catherine. "Womb Makers and Womb Breakers: Women and Religion." Public and Private Worlds:
            Women in Contemporary New Zealand, Editor Shelagh Cox, 157-75. Wellington: Allen & Unwin,
            1987.

 3. Bennett, Enid. "Sisters in the Faith: Organisations Related to the Churches, Religion and Spirituality." Women
             Together: A History of Women's Organisations in New Zealand: Nga Ropu Wahine o Te Motu,
             Editor Anne Else, 151-63. Wellington: Historical Branch, Department of Internal Affairs & Daphne
             Brasell Associates Press, 1993.

 4. ———, Editor. With Heads Uncovered. Introduction Jocelyn Armstrong, and Erice Webb. Auckland:
         Women in Ministry Network, 1988.

 5. Bodde, Ree V, Editor. Keeping Our Heads Above Water: Reflections on the Ecumenical Decade of Churches
            in Solidarity With Women. Auckland: Women's Resource Centre in association with ther Council for
            Christian Nurture, 1998.

 6. Bolitho, Elaine. "Women in New Zealand Churches Part One 1814-1939 & Part II 1940-1993." Stimulus 1,
             no. 3 & 4 (1993): 25-32; 28-37.

 7. Davidson, Allan. "Women in New Zealand Church History." Stimulus 1, no. 4 (1993): 38-41.

 8. ———. "`The Women's Vote - Then What?'." Stimulus 1, no. 4 (1993): 22-27.

 9. Low, Ruth E. "A Magnificent Tapestry of Women: 'Women and Ministry Conferences' and the Developing
           Woman-Church Movement in Aotearoa 1980-1994." Massey University MA thesis in History, 1999.

10. Manchester, Anne. "Partners in Christ." Crosslink, no. May (1989): 16.

11. Martin, Margaret Reid. A Deep Flowing Stream - New Zealand Women and Their Churches 1893-1993.
            Editor Ian Harris. Ephesus Series, 7. Wellington and Auckland: Christian Research Association,
            1993.

12. Moynihan, Carolyn. "Christian Womanhood New Directions." New Zealandia, no. No. 5 (September) (1989):
           12-18.

13. Nichol, Chris, Editor. Women and the Church. Wellington: Victoria University Chaplaincy and Religious
             Studies Department, 1984.

14. 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.

15. Pidwell, Ruth Nita. "Women, Men and Religious Discourse: Gender and Preaching in the Methodist Church
             of New Zealand." University of Melbourne, 1998.

16. Porter, Frances. "All That the Heart Does Bear: A Reflection on the Domestic Life of Missionary Wives."
             Mission and Moko: Aspects of the Work of the Church Missionary Society in New Zealand
             1814-1882, Editor Robert Glen, 134-51. Christchurch: Latimer Fellowship of New Zealand, 1992.

17. 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].

 18. 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.

 19. Thornley, Dorothy. "Partnership in the Churches." Comment 8, no. 2 (1967): 14-17.

 20. Twyman, Erin. "Worthy Helpmeets: Mission Wives of Early New Zealand." University of Otago Post
           Graduate Diploma of Theology, 1991.

 21. Vodanovich, Ivanica. "Women's Place in God's World." New Zealand Women's Studies Journal 2, no. 1
            (1985): 68-79.

 22. Wood, Beulah. What Makes Her Tick? Auckland: Rajkumari Trust, 1989.

Women and Missions

  1. Carson, Valerie. "Submitting to Great Inconveniences: Early Missionary Education for Maori Women and
             Girls." Mission and Moko: Aspects of the Work of the Church Missionary Society in New Zealand
             1814-1882, Editor Robert Glen, 56-72. Christchurch: Latimer Fellowship of New Zealand, 1992.

  2. Goldsbury, Sheryl Jacqueline. "Behind the Picket Fence: The Lives of Missionary Wives in Pre-Colonial
             New Zealand." Auckland University M.A. Thesis in History, 1986.

  3. Harris, Jan. "The Missionary Wives." New Zealand Historic Places , no. 64 (1997): 17-19.

  4. Snowden, Rita F. The Ladies of Wesleydale. W.H.S. (N.Z.) Proceedings, 15 no. 2. Auckland: Wesley
            Historical Society (N.Z.), 1956-1957.

  5. Tennant, Margaret. "Pakeha Deaconesses and the New Zealand Methodist Mission to Maori, 1893-1940."
             Journal of Religious History 23, no. 3 (1999): 309-26.

Women and Society

  1. Anderson, Robyn Joan. "'The Hardened Frail Ones': Women and Crime in Auckland, 1845-1870." University
            of Auckland M.A. Thesis, 1981.

  2. Bryson, Elizabeth. The History of the League of Mothers in New Zealand 1926-1959. [Wellington]: League
             of Mothers, [1959].

  3. Burgin, A. M. "Women in Public Life and Politics in New Zealand." Victoria University of Wellington M.A.
             Thesis, 1967.

  4. " The Lectures and Letters of E. W. CunningtonE. W. Cunnington, Editors Her Children 151 pp .
             Christchurch: Lyttleton Times, 1918.

  5. Green, J. P. H. "The Society for the Protection of Women and Children 1914-45." University of Otago
              Research Essay in History, 1982.

  6. Killip, Rosemary Elizabeth. "Women's Lives on the Thames Goldfields 1867-1869." University of Auckland
              M.A. Research Essay in History, 1989.

  7. 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.
  8. MacCuish, F. J. "The Society for the Protection of Women and Children, 1893-1916." University of
            Auckland Research Essay in History, 1983.

  9. Sheppard, Kate, and Tessa Malcolm. "Kate Sheppard: Economic Independence of Married Women."
             Women's Studies Journal (1989): 3-24.

Women's Christian Temperance Union

  1. 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.

  2. " The Lectures and Letters of E. W. CunningtonE. W. Cunnington, Editors Her Children 151 pp .
             Christchurch: Lyttleton Times, 1918.

  3. Dalton, Sarah. "The 'Pure in Heart': The New Zealand Women's Christian Temperance Union and Social
              Purity, 1881930." Victoria University of Wellington M.A. Thesis in History, 1993.

  4. Devaliant, Judith. Kate Sheppard: A Biography: The Fight for Women's Votes in New Zealand - The Life of
             the Woman Who Led the Struggle. Auckland: Penguin Books, 1992.

  5. Grigg, Anthony R. "Prohibition and Women: The Preservation of an Ideal and a Myth." New Zealand Journal
             of History 17, no. 2 (1983): 144-65.

  6. Grimshaw, Patricia. Women's Suffrage in New Zealand. Auckland: Auckland & Oxford University Press,
            1972.

  7. Harsant, Florence. "Bringing Temperance to the Bay, 1914." Whakatane Historical Society Historical
              Review 30, no. 2 (1982): 110-120.

  8. McKay, J. "'The Tie That Binds': Christianity in the New Zealand Women's Christian Temperance Union,
            1885-1900." University of Otago Research Essay in History, 1997.
            NZJH 31/2 October 1997, p. 201.

  9. Tyrrell, Ian. Women's World, Women's Empire: The Women's Christian Temperance Union in International
               Perspective. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, [1991].

 10. Wood, Jeanne. A Challenge Not a Truce: A History of the New Zealand Women's Christian Temperance
             Union 1885-1985. Nelson: N.Z.W.C.T.U., [ca 1985].

Women's Ordination

  1. Christian Research Association. "Ordained Women Ministers: Particular Experiences and Insights?"
              Re:Search (Christian Research Association Aotearoa New Zealand Bulletin) , no. 16 (1997): 1-3.

  2. National Council of Churches Women's Committee. Enquiry into the Status of Women in the Church.
              Christchurch: N.C.C., 1975.

  3. Simpson, Jane M. R. "Domestic Violence and the Ordination of Women." Alive and WEL! Newsletter
            Women's Electoral Lobby (Victoria) (1992): 10-12.

  4. Wilkinson, John P. "Unity by Ambiguity? The Decision for the Ordination of Women." Dialogue on
             Religion: New Zealand Viewpoints 1977, Editors John C. Hinchcliff, and Peter Davis, 50-53. Third
             Auckland Religious Studies Colloquium, 1976. Auckland: [University of Auckland Chaplaincy],
             1977.
Women's Spirituality

  1. Benland, Catherine. "Women's Spirituality Movement." Religions of New Zealanders, Editor Peter Donovan,
             238-52. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1990.

  2. Kearney, Celine. Faces of the Goddess: New Zealand Women Talk About Their Spirituality. North Shore
             City: Tandem Press, 1997.

  3. Wisewitch, Y. L. A. "Women's Rites: A Study of 15 Christchurch Women's Thoughts and Feelings About
             Their Involvement in Women's Spirituality." University of Canterbury M.A. Thesis in Religious
             Studies, 1987.

Woods

  1. Hepburn, Isabel. No Ordinary Man: Life and Letters of Julian E. Tenison Woods. Wanganui: Sisters of St.
            Joseph of Nazareth, [1979].

Woon

  1. Troup, Mary. "A Church Divided." Archifacts, no. 24 (1982).

Working Class

  1. Roth, H. "The Labour Churches and New Zealand." International Review of Social History 4 (1959): 361-6.

Yate

  1. Ballantyne, Tony. "William Yate: Mythmaking and Transgression in New Zealand." Thamysis 2, no. 1
             (1995): 115-33.

  2. Binney, Judith C. "Whatever Happened to Poor Mr Yate?: An Exercise in Voyeurism." New Zealand Journal
              of History 9, no. 2 (1975): 111-25.

YMCA-YWCA

  1. Begg, Rewa. Jean Begg C.B.E., Her Story. Wellington: Selwyn Press, 1979.

  2. Coney, Sandra. Every Girl: A Social History of the Women and the YWCA in Auckland 1885-1985. Auckland:
             Y.W.C.A., 1986.

  3. Knox, Heather. You Can't Keep a Good Idea Down: A Celebration of the YMCA in Hawke's Bay 1890-1995.
            Hastings & Napier: YMCA of Hawkes Bay, 1995.

  4. Leighton-Lord, H. A., Attributed author. Wellington Y.M.C.A. Retrospect and Prospect: a Century of Service.
             Wellington: The Association, 1965.

  5. Lovell-Smith, H. K. The Story of the Christchurch Young Women's Christian Association: A Venture With
             Youth From 1883-1894 - 1901-1960. Christchurch: Christchurch YWCA, 1961.

  6. McLennan, Barbara. YMCA New Zealand: The First 125 Years. Wellington: National Council of YMCAs of
            NZ, 1981.

  7. Smith, Justine. "'Dunedin Manhood: Official Organ of the Dunedin YMCA', the 'Manufacturing' of Christian
              Men in Dunedin, 1933-1938." University of Otago B.A. (Hons) thesis, 1999.
  8. Virgo, John J. Fifty Years Fishing for Men. London: Pilgrim Press, 1939.

Youth and Delinquency

  1. Glazebrook, S. G. "The Mazengarb Report, 1954. Impotent Victorianism." University of Auckland M.A.
             Dissertation in History, 1978.

  2. Gregory, Penelope A. "Saving the Children in New Zealand: A Study in the Social Attitudes Towards
             Larrikanism in the Later Nineteenth Century." Massey University B.A. Hons. Dissertation in
             History, 1975.

  3. O'Neill, D. P. "Catholics and Delinquency." Victoria University College M.A. Thesis, 1951.

  4. Shuker, Roy, and Roger Openshaw. "Youth, Media and Moral Panic in New Zealand (From Hooligans to
             Video Nasties)." Co-author Janet Soler. Delta Research Monograph, no. 11 (1990).

  5. Soler, Janet M. "Drifting Towards Moral Chaos: The 1954 Mazengarb Report." Massey University M. Phil.
              Thesis in Education, 1989.

  6. ———. "That Incredible Document Known As the Mazengarb Report." Sites 19 (1989): 22-32.

  7. Towgood, H. "Truancy in New Zealand in the Late 19th Century." Massey University B.A. Hons.
            Dissertation in History, 1977.

  8. Whelan, P. J. "The Care of Destitute, Neglected and Criminal Children in New Zealand, 1840-1900." Victoria
             University of Wellington M.A. Thesis, 1956.

Youth and Religion

  1. Blamires, Edgar Percy. Youth Movement: The Story of the Rise and Development of the Christian Youth
             Movement of the Churches of New Zealand - As Seen by a Methodist. Auckland: Forward Books
             with Wesley Historical Society, 1952.

  2. Brew, Margit. "Dreams for Religion: Will Our Children Have Faith?" Religion & New Zealand's Future:
            Proceedings of the Seventh Auckland Religious Studies Colloquium 1981, Editor Kevin J. Sharpe,
            132-39. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1982.

  3. Dawson, W. Selwyn. "A Study in Attitudes: An Investigation of the Attitudes of Adolescent Young People of
            the Methodist Church." Victoria University College M.A. Thesis in Philosophy, 1951.

  4. Jenkin, S. L. "House Camp for Young Workers." International Journal of Religious Education 44 (1968):
              12-13.

  5. Kim, Hye-Eun. "Nurturing Christian Faith in Youth Today." University of Auckland M Theol. thesis, 1998.

  6. Lineham, Peter J. "Finding a Space for Evangelicalism: Evangelical Youth Movements in New Zealand."
            Voluntary Religion, Editors W. J. Sheils, and Diana Wood, 477-94. Studies in Church History,
            Ecclesiastical History Society, 23. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986.

  7. ———. No Ordinary Union: The Story of the Scripture Union, Children's Special Service Mission and
          Crusader Movement of New Zealand 1880-1980. Wellington: Scripture Union in New Zealand,
          1980.

  8. Moir, D. J. "The Crusader Movement in the Secondary Schools of New Zealand." University of Auckland
              Dip. Ed. Thesis, 1968.
  9. O'Neill, D. P. "Catholics and Delinquency." Victoria University College M.A. Thesis, 1951.

 10. Parsons, Christopher M. "Aspects of Adolescent Religiosity and Related World Views." University of
              Canterbury M.A. Thesis in Psychology, 1987.

 11. Patrick, Bruce, Editor. New Vision New Zealand Volume II. Auckland: Vision New Zealand, 1997.
              Produced for the Second Vision New Zealand Conference, Waikanae, January 1997.

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

 13. Pinker, Cecily. "Just a Further Walk From Thee." Victoria University Student Press (1970): 7-11.

 14. Schaer, Cathrin. "Moshing for Jesus." Metro (2002): 66-75.

 15. Troughton, Geoffrey M. "Christianity and Community: Aspects of Religious Life and Attitudes in the
             Wanganui-Manawatu Region, 1870-1885." Massey University M.A. Thesis in History, 1995.

 16. Virgo, John J. Fifty Years Fishing for Men. London: Pilgrim Press, 1939.

 17. Wellington Christian Endeavour Union. Souvenir, Tenth Annual Convention. Wellington: [Christian
             Endeavour Union], 1903.

Youth Work (general & non-denominational)

  1. Begg, Rewa. Jean Begg C.B.E., Her Story. Wellington: Selwyn Press, 1979.

  2. Donnelly, Felix. The Youthlink Story. Wellington: Allen & Unwin, 1987.

  3. Hoare, Michael E. " Faces of Boyhood: Pictorial Record of the Boys Brigade in New Zealand. Wellington:
             Boys Brigade, 1982.

  4. ———. "Training in Manliness." Massey University Dip. Education Thesis, 1979.

  5. Shaw, Grace. In the Gap: The George Curle Story. Auckland: Challenge Publications, 1964.

  6. Stevens, Ewing. Sunday Alive: A Story of Youth and the Church. Dunedin: John McIndoe, 1970.

								
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