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Syndetics book coverIn/visible sight : the mixed-descent families of Southern New Zealand, by Angela Wanhalla.
In/visible Sight is a fascinating exploration of a little-known part of our history: the lives of part-Māori, part-Pākehā New Zealanders in the nineteenth century, especially between Ngāi Tahu and Pākehā settlers. Intermarriage (and the joining together of families) played a key role in both fostering and controlling interaction with Pākehā. The book highlights the complexities of those relationships, and ambiguities of mixed-descent lives, offering fresh insights into this aspect of NZ's heritage.

993.101 AND
Anderson, A. Te Puoho's last raid. 1986.

398.209931 BEA
Beattie, James H. Maori lore of lake, alp and fjord, folklore, fairy tales, traditions and place names of the scenic wonderland of the South Island. 1945.

910.3 BEA
Beattie, H. Maori place names of Canterbury. 1995.

910.3 BEA
Beattie, H. Maori place names of Otago. 1944

993.101 BRA
Brailsford, Barry. The tattooed land : the Southern frontiers of the Pa Maori. Hamilton : Stoneprint, 1997.

Cormack, Syd. Four generations from Maoridom : the memoirs of a South Island kaumatua and fisherman. Dunedin : University of Otago Press, 1997.

993.171 COU
Couch, Arthur. Rapaki remembered : history and reminiscences. Christchurch : Te Waihora Press, 1987.

993.18 DAC
Dacker, B. Te mamae me te aroha = The pain and the love : a history of Kai Tahu whanui in Otago, 1844-1994. Christchurch : Te Waihora Press, 1994.

929.2 DAW
Dawson, L. Taproots revisited : the whakapapa of Wharetutu and George Newton : 1828 to the present.

993.101 DUF
Duff, R. The Moa-Hunter period of Maori culture. Wellington : Govt. Print, 1956

333 EVI
Evison, Harry C. Ngai Tahu land rights and the Crown pastoral lease lands in the South Island. Christchurch : Ngai Tahu Trust Board, 1986.

333.3 EVI
Evison, Harry C. The Ngai Tahu deeds : a window on New Zealand history. University of Canterbury, 2006.
Includes deeds, maps, portraits, bibliography, Index of Maori signature names, general index.

323.11994 EVI
Evison, Harry C. The Treaty of Waitangi and the Waitangi Tribunal. Christchurch : Ngai Tahu Trust Board, 1990.

993.18 FIL
Fildes, Horace. Last of the Ngati Mamoe : wild people of the New Zealand mountain and bush. 1936.

993.1004 FRE
The French and the Maori. Waikanae : Heritage Press, 1992.

333.3 GAR
Garven, Peter. Te Whakatau kaupapa o Murihiku. Wellington : Aoraki Press, 1997.

993.181 GRI
Griffiths, George John. Maori Dunedin.

993.186 HAL
Hall-Jones, John. Fiordland explored : an illustrated history. 2d ed. Invercargill : Craigs, 1990.

499.4 HAR
Harlow, Ray. A word-list of South island Maori. 2d rev ed. Auckland : Linguistic Society of New Zealand, 1987.

993.17 HAW
Hawkins, D. N. Beyond the Waimakariri : a regional history. 1957.

993.17 HIS
The History of Canterbury. Vol 1. To 1854. 1957.

993.1 HOC
Hocken, T. M. The early history of New Zealand : being a series of lectures on the Maori of the South Island. 1984.

993.187 HOW
Howard, B. Rakiura : a history of Stewart Island, New Zealand. 1940.

Hall-Jones, F. G. King of the Bluff : the life and times of Tuhawaiki (Bloody Jack).

993.17 JAC
Jacobson, W.E.M. Akaroa and Banks Peninsula, 1840-1940 : Akaroa : Akaroa Mail, 1940.

993.17 JAC
Jacobson, H. C. Tales of the Banks Peninsula. Facsim ed. Christchurch : Kiwi Pub, 1997.

993.17 JAC
Jacobson, William. Akaroa and Banks Peninsula 1840-1940. 1940.

279,3149 KEM
Kempthorne, Ranatus. Māori Christianity in Te Waipounamu : a history. Te Hui Amorangi o Te Waipounamu, 2000.

993.17 LOR
Lord, E. I. Old Westland. Christchurch : Capper Press, 1939.

993.1 MIK
Mikaere, B. Te Maiharoa and the promised land. Auckland : Heinemann Reed, 1988.

910.3 MIT
Mitchell, G.G.M. Maori place-names in Buller County. 1948.

993.171 OGI
Ogilvie, Gordon. Banks Peninsula : cradle of Canterbury. Wellington : GP Books, 1990.

305.8994 ORE
O’Regan, Hana. Ko Tahu, ko au : Kai Tahu tribal identity. Horomaka Publishing, 2001

993.1 PRA
Pratt, M.A.R. The pioneering days of Southern Maoriland. 1932.

279.31 PYB
Pybus, T. A. Maori and missionary : early Christian missions in the South Island of New Zealand. 1954.

993.101 PYB
Pybus, T. A. The Māoris of the South Island. Reed, 1954.

993.17 REE
Reed, A. H. The story of Canterbury : last Wakefield settlement. 1949.

993.101 SHA
Shag River Mouth : the archaeology of an early southern Māori village / edited by Atholl Anderson, Brian Allingham, Ian Smith. Canberra : Australian National University, 1996.

919.31 SHO
Shortland, E. The southern districts of New Zealand. 1974.
(whakapapa, tables).

993.18 SOU
Southern people : a dictionary of Otago Southland biography, edited by Jane Thomson. Dunedin : Longacre Press, 1998.

993.159 SPE
Spencer, W. E. A history of the Buller district. 1986.

993.17 STA
Stack, J. W. Kaiapohia : the story of a seige. Christchurch : Kiwi Pub, 1995.

993.101 STA
Stack, J. W. South Island Maoris : a sketch of their history and legendary lore. Facsim ed. Christchurch : Smiths Bookshop, 1984.
(material collected from Native chiefs ... 1859-1863).

993.101 STA
Stack, James. Traditional history of the South Island Māoris. Facsim ed. Kiwi Pub., 1996.

993.18 STE
Stevenson, G. B. Maori and Pakeha in North Otago. 1947.

398.209931 TAU
Tau, Rawiri Te Maire. Ngā pikitūroa o Ngāi Tahu = The oral traditions of Ngāi Tahu. Dunedin : University of Otago Press, 2003.
Includes work from 13 principal manuscripts, photographs, waiata, whakapapa.
Chaps. 1-4: Knowledge & whakapapa
Chaps. 5-6 Migration of Ngāi Tahu in Te Ika a Maui
Chaps. 7-8 Migration of Ngāi Tahu in Te Waipounamu
Appendix 1: The origins of Waitaha
Appendix 2: The tradition of Tū Ahuriri

993.1 TAY
Taylor, W. A. Lore and history of the South Island Maori. Christchurch : Bascands,

993.1 TRA
Travers, W.T.L. The stirring times of Te Rauparaha, chief of the Ngati Toa, with the sacking of Kaiapohia. 1906.

333 TRE
Treaty of Waitangi and the Ngai Tahu claim. Christchurch : Ngai Tahu Trust Board, 1988.

Tuhawaiki, J. King of the Bluff : the life and times of Tuhawaiki ("Bloody Jack"). 1943.

993.184 WAI
Waite, Fred. Maoris and settlers in South Otago : history of Port Molyneux and its surrounds. 1980.

993.184 WAI
Waite, Fred. Port Molyneux : the story of Maori and Pakeha in South Otago : a centennial history. 1940.

993.16 WAR
Waratah. Under "Aorangi", New Zealand : tales of the golden west ... Christchurch : Kiwi Pub, 1998.

929.2 NGA
Whakapapa Ngai Tahu : a guide to registration. Christchurch : Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, 1996.

333.3 WHA
Te Whakatau kaupapa : Ngai Tahu resource management strategy for the Canterbury region. Wellington : Aoraki Press, 1990.

993.187 WIL
Wilson, E. Titi heritage : the story of the Muttonbird Islands. Invercargill : Craig Print, 1979.

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