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TANGATA WHENUA. An Illustrated History.

By ANDERSON, Atholl; BINNEY, Judith; HARRIS, Aroha.

Bridget Williams Books, 2014. 4to, 496pp colour and black and white illustrations. A very good hardback copy in like dust jacket. .

$84.37

MARAE: TE TATAU POUNAMU. A journey around New Zealand's meeting houses.

By WALTERS, Muru, Robin & Sam

Godwit, Random House New Zealand, 2014. Small 4to, 416pp, colour illustrations. A very good hardback copy in like dust jacket. .

$35.16

THE STORY OF CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND.

By WIGRAM, Henry F

The Lyttelton Times, Christchurch, 1916. . 8vo, 269pp, black and white illustrations. A good hardback copy with top portion of covers damp stained. Top and base of spine worn. Intermittent foxing, offsetting to endpapers.

$56.25

ALBUM OF SOUTH NEW ZEALAND VIEWS

New Zealand, c. 1890's. 8vo, gatefold, sepia illustrations. A good hardback copy cloth spine. Board edges worn, some clean tears to page folds.

$63.28

NEW ZEALAND INDEX 1925. A Valuable Handbook to Every Place in New Zealand

By N/A

H. Wise & Co., Dunedin. 1925. 8vo, 80pp of adverts, 392pp. A very good hardback copy bound in original red cloth with gold stamped titles & local bicycle business advert on front. Cloth on spine is slightly faded & edge worn. No dust jacket.

$21.09

DATUS. A Chronology of New Zealand from the Time of the Moa. 2nd Edition

By FINN, George

National Printing Co, Auckland. 1932. 8vo, 224pp. A good stapled paperback copy. Rust around staples. Some annotation in pencil. General wear.

$17.58

LAYS OF THE LAND OF THE MAORI AND MOA

By BRACKEN, Thomas

Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington. London. 1884. 12mo, 160pp, tissue guarded portrait frontis. A very good hardback copy bound in original decorated light brown cloth. Cloth is slightly edge worn with flecking on rear fore edge. Crease line around mid spine. Previous bookseller's label on front endpaper. Previous owner's name & bookseller's stamp on verso of front free endpaper. No dust jacket.

$28.12

TE WAI POUNAMU. The Greenstone Island. A history of the Southern Maori during the European Colonization of new Zealand

By EVISON, Harry C

Aoraki Press, 1993. 8vo, 582pp, black and white illustrations. A good paperback copy. Previous owner's signature.

$28.12

WAITANGI. Maori and Pakeha Perspectives of the Treaty of Waitangi

By KAWHARU, I.H. (editor)

Oxford University Press, Auckland. 1989. 8vo, 329pp. A very good paperback copy. Previous owner's signature.

$14.06

OURSELVES AT HOME. A History of New Zealand Television Drama

By DUNLEAVY, Trisha

Auckland University Press, 2005. 8vo, 340pp, black and white illustrations. A near fine paperback copy.

$21.09

LORD COBHAM'S SPEECHES. A Selection ..

By COBHAM: HINZ, O.S. (editor)

Auckland. No date (1960s). . 8vo, 216pp, black and white illustrations. A good hardback copy in slightly edgeworn and rubbed dust jacket. . Inscribed by Cobham.

$17.58

VALLEY OF LITTLE TOWNS. The 120 Years of Marsden Valley's History 1866-1986

By ADSHEAD, Rona and JOHNSON, Jillian

Craig, New Zealand. . 8vo, 184pp, black & white illustrations. A very good paperback copy. .

$21.09

THE COMING OF THE MAORI

By HIROA, Te Rangi and BUCK, Peter

Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd, Maori Purposes Fund Board, Wellington. 1974. 8vo, 551pp, black & white illustrations. A very good hardback copy in worn and torn dust jacket with loss and creasing to top edge. .

$28.12

WAIMAKARIRI. The Story of Canterbury's "River of Cold Rushing Water"

By LOGAN, Robert

Christchurch. 1987. Large 4to, 188pp. With black & white and colour illustrations. A very good hardback copy in dust jacket with some marks and closed tears. .

$49.22

FROM THE BLACK ROCKS, ON FRIDAY. A Northland Story. A Gold Digger's Notes. Otago in the Gold Rush

By DICKENS, Charles. Edited (or Written?) by

Reed, Wellington. 1950. 8vo, 60pp. With black & white illustrations. A good staple-bound paperback copy in green papered boards with illustrated cover. Staples are rusted and the pages have come loose from the cover intact. . Inscribed by the publisher A.H. Reed.

$14.06

THE FARTHEST CORNER. New Zealand, A Twice Discovered Land

By MORTON, Harry and JOHNSTON, Carol Morton

University of Hawaii. 1988. 4to, 315pp. With black & white and colour illustrations. A very good hardback copy in like dust jacket with lightly sunned spine. Slightly bumped corners. .

$14.06

NEW ZEALAND 1769 - 1840. Early Years of Western Contact

By WRIGHT, Harrison M

Harvard University. 1980. Third printing. 8vo, 225pp. A very good hardback copy in lightly marked dust jacket. .

$10.55

JOY OF THE ROAD. Second Book of New Zealand Life and Travel

By MORTON, Elsie K

Wilson and Horton, Auckland. 1929. 8vo, 270pp. With black & white illustrations. A good hardback copy in light blue cloth boards with wear to extremities. Previous owner's details.

$10.55

THE MAORI AS HE WAS. A Brief Account of Maori Life as it was in Pre-European Days

By BEST, Elsdon

Dominion Museum, Wellington, 1924. 8vo, 280pp, black & white illustrations. A very good hardback copy in green cloth with illustration to cover. Some very minor wear to extremities. Light foxing to endpapers and two previous owners' signatures. .

$42.19

EARLY DAYS IN CENTRAL OTAGO. Being Tales of Times Gone By

By GILKISON, Robert

Whitcombe & Tombs, Christchurch. 1936. 8vo, 214pp. With black & white illustrations. A good hardback copy in orange cloth boards with wear to spine. Tanning to fore edges and endpapers. .

$14.06

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