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KEI TĒNEI WĀHANGA
Ngā tātai kōrero o neheCampion, Richard
Waitangi – ‘I Was There’: A 1986 Docu-drama.
Treaty of Waitangi Research Unit Paper HD1, Wellington, 2003.
The Life of Henry Williams, Archdeacon of Waimate
Upton, Auckland, 1874-7.
The Authentic and Genuine History of the Signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand, February 5 and 6, 1840.
Wellington, Govt. Printer, 1890; reprint ed., Capper Press, Christchurch, 1971.
Evans, Roger B.
Truth and Disobedience: the Life and Letters of George Clarke, 1798-1875: Missionary, Protector of Aborigines, and Defender of the Treaty of Waitangi
Kerikeri, R. Evans, 2004.
Journal describing his experiences at the Bay of Islands and Maori life there. 1840.
Manuscript. Held at Auckland Public Library & Alexander Turnbull Library.
Journals of Felton and Sarah Mathew
1840 Manuscript. Held at Auckland Public Library & Alexander Turnbull Library.
Official correspondence relating to the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, 1840-1842, Manuscript,
Held at Archives New Zealand, Wellington, & Alexander Turnbull Library.
Papers relating to the British Resident and Governor of New Zealand
Manuscript. Held at Archives New Zealand, Wellington.
Letters and journals written by the Rev Henry and Mrs Marianne Williams and the Rev William and Mrs Jane Williams, 1822-1864, MS,
Manuscript. Held at Alexander Turnbull Library.
Williams, Marianne (Caroline Fitzgerald, editor)
Letters from the Bay of Islands: The Story of Marianne Williams
Penguin Books, Auckland, 2004.
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