People and Place
Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives (AJHR, New Zealand).
New Zealand Law Reports (NZLR).
Royal Commission on the Pike River Coal Mine Tragedy, vol. 1, Government Printer, Wellington, 2012.
Books and Articles
Akenson, Donald H., Half the World from Home: Perspectives on the Irish in New Zealand 1860–1950, Wellington, Victoria University Press, 1990.
Anderson, Atholl, Judith Binney and Aroha Harris, Tangata Whenua: A History, Wellington, Bridget Williams Books, 2015.
Ballantyne, Tony, Webs of Empire: Locating New Zealand’s Colonial Past, Wellington, Bridget Williams Books, 2012.
Barrowman, Rachel, A Popular Vision: The Arts and the Left in New Zealand, 1930–1950, Wellington, Victoria University Press, 1991.
Bassett, Michael with Michael King, Tomorrow Comes the Song: A Life of Peter Fraser, Auckland, Penguin Books, 2000.
Bate, Weston, Lucky City: The First Generation at Ballarat 1851–1901, Carlton, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, 1978.
Battye, Susan and Thelma Eakin, The Shadow of the Valley: A Play about the Brunner Mine Disaster, 1896, Wellington, Oxford University Press, 1980.
Beardsley, Eric, Blackball 08, Auckland, William Collins Publishers, 1984.
——, Sliding Down the Hypotenuse: A Memoir, Christchurch, Canterbury University Press, 2011.
Belich, James, Making Peoples: A History of New Zealanders from Polynesian Settlement to the End of the Nineteenth Century, Auckland, Penguin Press, 1996.
——, Paradise Reforged: A History of the New Zealanders from the 1880s to the year 2000, Auckland, Penguin Press, 2001.
Bennett, Francis, A Canterbury Tale: The Autobiography of Dr Francis Bennett, Wellington, Oxford University Press, 1980.
Benson, John, British Coalminers in the Nineteenth Century: A Social History, Dublin, Gill and Macmillan, 1980.
Birchfield, Maureen, Looking for Answers: A Life of Elsie Locke, Christchurch, University of Canterbury Press, 2009.
Boston, Jonathon and Martin Holland, The Fourth Labour Government: Radical Politics in New Zealand, Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1987.
Bowd, Gavin, ‘Comintern Cadre: The Passion of Allan Eaglesham’, Socialist History Society Occasional Paper, no. 22, 2006.
Brasch, Charles, ed., Landfall Country: Work from Landfall, 1947–61, Christchurch, Caxton Press, c. 1962.
Brett, André, Acknowledge No Frontier: The Creation and Demise of New Zealand’s Provinces, 1853–76, Dunedin, Otago University Press, 2016.
Brooking, Tom, Richard Seddon: King of God’s Own. The Life and Times of New Zealand’s Longest-Serving Prime Minister, Auckland, Penguin, 2014.
Brown, Richard, ed., A Companion to James Joyce, Oxford, Blackwell, 2008.
Byrnes, Giselle, ed., The New Oxford History of New Zealand, South Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 2009.
Calder, Alex, ‘An Interview with Bill Pearson’, Landfall 150, vol. 47, no. 1, April 1993, pp. 51–77.
Coffey, John, Canterbury XIII: A Rugby League History, Christchurch, John Coffey, 1987.
Coffey, John and Bernie Wood, The Kiwis: 100 Years of International Rugby League, Auckland, Hachette Livre, 2007.
Connolly, C. and L. Richardson, ‘Kiwi and Kangaroo: Teaching Australian History to New Zealanders’, Australian Historical Association Bulletin, no. 15, June 1978, pp. 7–10.
Conradson, Bernard, ‘Politics and Penury: County and Province, 1868–1876’, in Philip Ross May, ed., Miners & Militants: Politics in Westland 1865–1918, Christchurch, Whitcoulls for the University of Canterbury, 1975, pp. 25–47.
Corballis, Richard, ‘The Provenance of Joyce’s Haka’, James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 44, no. 1, Fall 2006, pp. 127–32.
Cronin, A.J., The Stars Look Down, London, Gollancz, 1935.
Cunneen, Christopher, William John McKell: Boilermaker, Premier, Governor-General, Sydney, University of New South Wales Press, 2000.
Curnow, Allen, ‘Coal Flat Revisited’, in Cherry Hankin, ed., Critical Essays on the New Zealand Novel, Auckland, Heinemann Educational Books NZ, 1976, pp. 105–27.
Damer, Sean, Glasgow: Going for a Song, London, Lawrence & Wishart, 1990.
Davis, Richard P., Irish Issues in New Zealand Politics 1868–1922, Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 1974.
Deacon, Desley, Penny Russell and Angela Woollacott, eds, Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World, Canberra, ANU E Press, 2008, doi.org/10.22459/TT.12.2008.
Dennis, Norman, Fernando Henriques and Clifford Slaughter, Coal Is Our Life: An Analysis of a Yorkshire Mining Community (1956), 2nd edn, London/New York, Tavistock Publications (Social Science Paperback), 1969.
Denoon, Donald and Philippa Mein Smith, with Marivic Wyndham, A History of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, Oxford, Blackwell Publishers, 2000.
Devanny, Jean, The Butcher Shop (1926), edited and introduced by Heather Roberts, with notes by Bill Pearson, Auckland, Auckland University Press, 1981.
——, Dawn Beloved, London, Duckworth, 1928.
——, Point of Departure: The Autobiography of Jean Devanny, edited by Carole Ferrier, St Lucia, Queensland, Queensland University Press, 1986.
——, Poor Swine, London, Duckworth, 1930.
Dyer, Peter, Coal Mines of Puponga, Picton, River Press, 2003.
Easson, Michael, ed., The Achievements of Sir William McKell, Sydney, Allen & Unwin, 1988.
Evison, Harry, The Ngai Tahu Deeds, Christchurch, Canterbury University Press, 2006.
Ewen, J.M., Far from the Sun, Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs, 1966.
Ewen, Peter, Pike: Death by Parliament, Christchurch, Pit Pony Press, 2014.
——, Strongman: Three Score and More, Greymouth, Peter Ewen, 2006.
Ferrier, Carole, ‘Jean Devanny, 1894–1962’, Kotare, vol. 7, no. 1, 2007, pp. 99–118.
——, Jean Devanny: Romantic Revolutionary, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, 1999.
Fischer, David Hackett, Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies: New Zealand and the United States, New York, Oxford University Press, 2012.
Franks, Peter and Jim McAloon, The New Zealand Labour Party, 1916–2016, Wellington, Victoria University Press, 2016.
Fraser, Lyndon, Castles of Gold: A History of New Zealand’s West Coast Irish, Dunedin, Otago University Press, 2007.
Gardner, W.J. (Jim), ‘Grass Roots and Dredge Tailings: Reflections on Local History’, Landfall 43, vol. 11, no. 3, September 1957, pp. 221–33. Reprinted in W.J. Gardner, Where They Lived: Studies in Local, Regional, and Social History, Christchurch, Regional Press, 1999, pp. 3–7.
——, Prelude to Arbitration in 3 Movements: Ulster, South Australia, New Zealand 1890–1894, Christchurch, W. J. Gardner, 2009.
——, ‘Tradition and Conscience: Canterbury College and R. O. Page, Conscientious Objector, 1918–1919’, History Now, vol. 9, no. 2, May 2003, pp. 6–9.
——, Where They Lived: Studies in Local, Regional and Social History, Christchurch, Regional Press, 1999.
Gardner, W.J., ed., A History of Canterbury, Volume II: General History, 1854–76 and Cultural Aspects, 1850–1950, Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs/Canterbury Centennial Historical and Literary Committee, 1971.
Gentry, Kynan, History, Heritage and Colonialism: Historical Consciousness, Britishness, and Cultural Identity in New Zealand, 1870–1940, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2015.
Griffiths, Tom, The Art of Time Travel: Historians and Their Craft, Carlton, Victoria, Black Inc., 2016.
Guareschi, Giovannino, The Don Camillo Omnibus, London, The Companion Book Club, 1955.
Gustafson, Barry, His Way: A Biography of Robert Muldoon, Auckland, Auckland University Press, 2000.
——, Labour’s Path to Political Independence: The Origins and Establishment of the New Zealand Labour Party, 1909–19, Auckland, Auckland University Press/ Oxford University Press, 1980.
Haast, Julius von, Report of a Topographical and Geological Exploration of the Western Districts of the Nelson Province, New Zealand, Nelson, Nelson Provincial Government, 1861.
Hagan, Jim and Andrew Wells, eds, The Maritime Strike: A Centennial Retrospective. Essays in Honour of E. C. Fry, Wollongong, Five Islands Press, 1992.
Hager, Nicky and Bob Burton, Secrets and Lies: The Anatomy of an Anti-Environmental PR Campaign, Nelson, Craig Potton Publishing, 1999.
Hancock, W.K., Country and Calling, London, Faber and Faber, 1954.
Harrison, Royden, Independent Collier: The Coal Miner as Archetypal Proletarian Reconsidered, Sussex, The Harvester Press, 1978.
Harrop, A.J., The Romance of Westland: The Story of New Zealand’s Golden Coast, Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs, 1923.
Hayward, Margaret, Diary of the Kirk Years, Wellington, Cape Catley, Reed, 1981.
Henderson, Bob, ‘Stillwater’, in Blackball History Group, eds, Blackball Beckons: A Selection of Poems from Blackball, Moonlight and Surrounding Districts, Westland, NZ, Blackball History Group, NZ, 2000.
Hickey, P.H., ‘Red’ Fed. Memoirs: Being a Brief Survey of the Birth and Growth of the Federation of Labour from 1908 to 1915, and of the Days that Immediately Preceded It, Wellington, New Zealand Worker Print, 1925; reprinted by Wellington Media Collective, Wellington, 1980.
Hight, James and C. R. Straubel, general eds, A History of Canterbury, Vol. 1: To 1854, Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs/ Canterbury Centennial Association and Literary Committee, 1957.
Hobsbawm, Eric, Age of Extremes: The Short Twentieth Century 1914–1991, London, Abacus, 1995.
Hoggart, Richard, The Uses of Literacy, London, Chatto and Windus, 1957.
Holland, Harry, Robert Burns: Poet and Revolutionist, edited by Dougal McNeill, Wellington, Steele Roberts Aotearoa, 2016.
Holland, H.E., R.S. Ross and ‘Ballot Box’ (Francis O’Flynn), The Tragic Story of the Waihi Strike, Wellington, The Worker Printery, 1913.
Howell, David, ‘“Goodbye To All That”: A Review of Literature on the 1984/5 Miners’ Strike’, Journal of Work, Employment & Society, vol. 1, no. 3, September 1987, pp. 388–404.
Hunter, Edward, Ballads of the Track, Auckland, The Cooperative Publishing Board, 1919.
——, The Road the Men Came Home, London, The National Labour Press, 1920.
Irving, Helen and Stuart Macintyre, eds, No Ordinary Act: Essays on Federation and the Constitution by J.A. La Nauze, Carlton, Victoria, Melbourne University Press, 2001.
Johnston, Stuart, ‘Review: Coal Flat, Bill Pearson’, Landfall 67, vol. 17, no. 3, September 1963, pp. 298–301.
Kay, Rupert A., ed., Westland’s Golden Century 1860–1960; An Official Souvenir of Westland’s Centenary, Christchurch, Westland Centennial Council, 1959.
Kerridge, Peter, ‘Obituary: Bill McLennan’, Press (Christchurch), 18 August 2007.
King, Michael, Penguin History of New Zealand, Auckland, Penguin, 2004.
Koestler, Arthur, Arrival and Departure, London, Jonathan Cape, 1943.
——, Darkness at Noon, London, Macmillan, 1940.
——, The Gladiators, London, Jonathan Cape, 1939.
Koestler, Arthur, Ignazio Silone, Richard Wright, André Gide, E. Starkie, Louis Fischer and Stephen Spender, The God That Failed, edited by R. Crossman, Bantam Books, New York, 1949.
La Nauze, J.A., Alfred Deakin, Carlton, Victoria, Melbourne University Press, 1965.
——, The Making of the Australian Constitution, Carlton, Victoria, Melbourne University Press, 1972.
Laracy, Hugh, ‘Kennedy, Martin’, in Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 1996, updated 7 April 2006, Te Ara—the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/3k9/kennedy-martin.
Lochhead, Ian J., ‘Seager, Samuel Hurst’, in Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 1996, updated May 2002. Te Ara—the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/3s8/seager-samuel-hurst.
Locke, Elsie, Peace People, A History of Peace Activities in New Zealand, Christchurch, Hazard Press, 1992.
Lockwood, Janice, ‘Personality and Politics: Seddon and His Electorates, 1879–90’, in Philip Ross May, ed., Miners and Militants: Politics in Westland 1865–1918, Christchurch, Whitcoulls for the University of Canterbury, 1975, pp. 48–79.
McAloon, Jim, Judgements of All Kinds: Economic Policy-Making in New Zealand, 1945–1984, Wellington, Victoria University Press, 2013.
McCaskill, Murray, ‘Review: The West Coast Gold Rushes by P.R. May’, Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand, vol. 11, no. 41, November 1963, p. 141, doi.org/10.1080/10314616308595270.
Macfie, Rebecca, Tragedy at Pike River Mine, Wellington, Awa Press, 2013.
Macintyre, Stuart, The Reds: The Communist Party of Australia from Origins to Illegality, Sydney, Allen & Unwin, 1989.
——, ‘Review: The New Oxford History of New Zealand, edited by Giselle Byrnes’, Labour History, no. 98, May 2010, pp. 278–79, doi.org/10.5263/labourhistory.98.1.278.
McLintock, A.H., The History of Otago: The Origins and Growth of a Wakefieldian Class Settlement, Dunedin, Otago Centennial Historical Publications, 1949.
Maloney, Pat and Kerry Taylor, eds, On the Left: Essays on Socialism in New Zealand, Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 2002.
Maunder, Paul, Coal and the Coast: A Reflection on the Pike River Disaster, Christchurch, Canterbury University Press, 2012.
May, Philip Ross, ‘Gold Rushes of the Pacific Borderlands: A Comparative Survey’, in Len Richardson and W. David McIntyre, eds, Provincial Perspectives: Essays in Honour of W.J. Gardner, Christchurch, University of Canterbury/ Whitcoulls, 1980, pp. 91–105.
——, Gold Town, Ross, Westland, Christchurch, Pegasus, 1970.
——, Hokitika: Goldfields Capital, Christchurch, Pegasus/Hokitika Centennial Committee, 1964.
——, Origins of Hydraulic Mining in California, Oakland, California, The Holmes Book Company, 1970.
——, The West Coast Gold Rushes, Christchurch, Pegasus Press, 1962.
May, Philip Ross, ed., Miners and Militants: Politics in Westland 1865–1918, Christchurch, Whitcoulls for the University of Canterbury, 1975.
Mein Smith, Philippa, A Concise History of New Zealand, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 2005.
——, Maternity in Dispute, New Zealand 1920–1939, Wellington, Historical Branch, Department of Internal Affairs of New Zealand, 1986.
——, Mothers and King Baby: Infant Survival and Welfare in an Imperial World, 1880–1950, London, Macmillan, 1997. (Revised PhD thesis.)
Mein Smith, Philippa, Peter Hempenstall, Shaun Goldfinch, with Stuart McMillan and Rosemary Baird, Remaking the Tasman World, Christchurch, Canterbury University Press, 2008.
Millar, Paul, No Fretful Sleeper: A Life of Bill Pearson, Auckland, Auckland University Press, 2010.
——, ‘William Harrison Pearson: 1922–2002’, Journal of New Zealand Literature, no. 20, 2002, pp. 164–69, www.jstor.org/stable/20112348.
Moorhouse, Geoffrey, At the George and Other Essays on Rugby League, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1989.
Morgan, Patrick, ‘The Irish in Australasia. Review: Vanished Kingdoms: Irish in Australia and New Zealand: A Personal Excursion by Patrick O’Farrell; New South Wales University Press, 1990’, Quadrant (Sydney), vol. 35, no. 3, March 1991, pp. 72–76.
Morrell, W.P., The Gold Rushes, 2nd edn, London, Black, 1968.
——, ‘Reviews: The West Coast Gold Rushes, by Philip Ross May; A History of Goldmining in New Zealand, by J.H. Salmon’, Landfall 67, vol. 17, no. 3, September 1963, pp. 305–9.
Mulgan, John, Report on Experience, Wellington, Pen & Sword Books and Victoria University Press, 2010.
Nathan, Simon, ‘Five Books about Blackball’, Scoop Review of Books, 5 August 2008, www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0808/S00056.htm.
Nolan, Melanie, Kin: A Collective Biography of a New Zealand Working-Class Family, Christchurch, Canterbury University Press, 2005.
——, ‘Personalising Class Conflict across the Tasman: The New Zealand Great Strike and Trans-Tasman Biography’, Journal of New Zealand Studies, no. 18, December 2014, pp. 118–136, doi.org/10.26686/jnzs.v0i18.2185.
——, ‘“The View from Over the Hill”: Developing a Balanced View of Blackball ’08 from a Wider Range of Perspectives’, Journal of New Zealand Studies, no. 8, April 2009, pp. 1–27, doi.org/10.26686/jnzs.v0i8.2.
Nolan, Melanie, ed., War & Class: The Diary of Jack McCullough, Wellington, Dunmore Publishing, 2009.
O’Farrell, P.J. (Patrick), The Catholic Church and Community in Australia: A History, revised edn, West Melbourne, Nelson (Australia), 1977.
——, The Catholic Church in Australia: A Short History: 1788–1967, Melbourne, Nelson (Australia), 1968.
——, ‘Catholicism on the West Coast: Just How Irish Is It?’, New Zealand Tablet, 3 May 1973, p. 54.
——, England and Ireland since 1800, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1975.
——, Harry Holland: Militant Socialist, Canberra, Australian National University Press, 1964.
——, The Irish Echo (Australia), 7–20 October 1999, p. 14.
——, The Irish Echo (Australia), 2 October–3 November 1999, p. 12.
——, Ireland’s English Question: Anglo-Irish Relations 1534–1970, London, Batsford, 1971.
——, ‘Noble National Myths, Bitter Local Reality: 1890 in New Zealand’s Grey District’, in Jim Hagan and Andrew Wells, eds, The Maritime Strike: A Centennial Retrospective, Essays in Honour of E.C. Fry, Wollongong, Five Islands Press, 1992, pp. 31–36.
——, ‘Politics and Coal: The Socialist Vanguard, 1904–8’, in Philip Ross May, ed., Miners and Militants: Politics in Westland 1865–1918, Christchurch, Whitcoulls for the University of Canterbury, 1975, pp. 101–27.
——, ‘Politics in Westland’, in Rupert A. Kay, ed., Westland’s Golden Century 1860–1960; An Official Souvenir of Westland’s Centenary, Greymouth, Westland Centennial Council, 1959.
——, ‘Review: P.R. May, The West Coast Gold Rushes. Pegasus Press, Christchurch, Second Revised Edition, 1967’, New Zealand Journal of History, vol. 3, no. 1, April 1969, pp. 89–90.
——, Vanished Kingdoms: Irish in Australia and New Zealand. A Personal Excursion, Sydney, University of New South Wales Press, 1990.
O’Hagan, Sean, The Pride of Southern Rebels: On the Occasion of the Otago Rugby Football Union Centenary, 1881–1981, Dunedin, Pilgrims South Press, 1981.
Oliver, W.H., Looking for the Phoenix, Wellington, Bridget Williams Books, 2002.
——, The Story of New Zealand, London, Faber and Faber, 1960.
——, Towards a New History? Hocken Lecture 1969, Dunedin, Hocken Library, University of Otago, 1971.
Olssen, Erik, ‘Lands of Sheep and Gold: The Australian Dimension to the New Zealand Past, 1840–1900’, in Keith Sinclair, ed., Tasman Relations: New Zealand and Australia, 1788–1988, Auckland, Auckland University Press, 1987, pp. 34–51.
——, The Red Feds: Revolutionary Industrial Unionism and the New Zealand Federation of Labour, Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1991.
Page, Alfred William, ‘He’s for the Morning’, Alfred William Page, His Journal; Also, Some Recollections of His Life by His Aunts, Ellen & Ann Saunders, Christchurch, A. Wildey, 1939.
Patterson, Brad, ed., The Irish in New Zealand: Historical Contexts and Perspectives, Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies, Wellington, Victoria University of Wellington, 2002.
Pearson, Bill, ‘Beginnings and Endings’, Sport 5, Spring 1990, pp. 3–21.
——, Coal Flat, Auckland & Hamilton, Paul’s Book Arcade, 1963.
——, ‘Fretful Sleepers: A Sketch of New Zealand Behaviour and its Implications for the Artist’, Landfall 23, vol. 6, no. 3, September 1952; reprinted with corrections in Charles Brasch, ed., Landfall Country: Work from Landfall, 1947–61, Christchurch, Caxton Press, 1962, pp. 201–30.
——, Fretful Sleepers and Other Essays, Auckland, Heinemann Educational Books, 1974.
——, Henry Lawson Among Maoris, Canberra, Australian National University Press, 1968.
Piggin, Stuart and Henry Lee, The Mt Kembla Disaster, Sydney, Oxford University Press/ Sydney University Press, 1992.
Plumridge, Libby, ‘The Necessary but not Sufficient Condition: Christchurch Labour and Working-Class Culture’, New Zealand Journal of History, vol. 19, no. 2, October 1985, pp. 130–50.
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Richardson, Len, ‘“Billy Banjo”: Coalminer, Socialist, Poet and Novelist’, in Pat Maloney and Kerry Taylor, eds, On the Left: Essays on Socialism in New Zealand, Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 2002, pp. 73–86.
——,‘Class, Community and Conflict: The Blackball Miners’ Union, 1920–31’, in Len Richardson and W. David McIntyre, eds, Provincial Perspectives: Essays in Honour of W.J. Gardner, Christchurch, University of Canterbury/ Whitcoulls, 1980, pp. 106–27.
——, Coal, Class & Community: The United Mineworkers of New Zealand, 1880–1960, Auckland, Auckland University Press, 1995.
——, ‘Politics and War: Coal Miners and Conscription, 1914–18’, in Philip Ross May, ed., Miners and Militants: Politics in Westland 1865–1918, Christchurch, Whitcoulls for the University of Canterbury, 1975, pp. 128–55.
Roberts, Heather, ‘Devanny, Jean’, in Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 1998. Te Ara—the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/4d13/devanny-jean.
——, ‘Introduction’ to Jean Devanny, The Butcher Shop (1926), edited by Heather Roberts, Auckland, Auckland University Press, 1981, pp. 7–26.
Roche, Michael, History of Forestry, Wellington, New Zealand Forestry Corporation/ GP Books, 1990.
Roth, Herbert and E.G. Beardsley, ‘Sidney Huguenot Fournier d’Albe’, New Zealand Monthly Review, December 1960–January 1961, pp. 21–22.
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Sargeson, Frank, ‘Conversation in a Train’, Landfall 21, vol. 84, no. 4, December 1967, pp. 352–61.
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Seager, Allen, ‘Sherman, Frank Henry’, in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 13, University of Toronto/Université Laval, 2003–, first published in 1994, biographi.ca/en/bio/Sherman_frank_henry_13E.html.
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——, A History of New Zealand, Auckland, Penguin, 1959.
Smith, Dai, ‘The Longest Strike: In 1926 It Was the Employers; Now It’s the State’, The Listener (UK), 15 November 1984, pp. 11–12.
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——, Coaltown Blues, Wellington, Victoria University Press, 1986.
——, Passing Through and Other Plays, Introduction by Howard McNaughton, Christchurch, Hazard Press, 1992.
——, Singing the Blues, Christchurch, Blacktown Press, 1991.
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——, Disaster at Brunner, Greymouth, Brian Wood, 1996.
——, The Great ’08 Blackball Coalminers’ Strike, Greymouth, Bright Print, 2008.
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Theses and Unpublished Papers
Bishop, Catherine, ‘Commerce was a Woman: Women in Colonial Sydney and Wellington’, PhD thesis, ANU, 2012.
Blackball Miners’ Union, ‘Blackball Miners’ Union Hall and Welfare Society Minute Book, 1946’, ms, private collection.
Brazil, W.P., ‘Legislation—Changes and Implications: A Summary of the Evolution of Coal Mining Safety Legislation Together with a Traditional Viewpoint. Presented by W.P. Brazil, Francis Mining Company to Coal Producers Federation of New Zealand Inc., 1995 Seminar and Annual General Meeting, May 1995’, ms, author’s collection.
Dawber, Carol, ‘Voices of the West Coast: An Investigation into the Development of a Distinctive West Coast Character in New Zealand Fiction’, PhD thesis, University of Canterbury, 2012.
Eldred-Grigg, Stevan, ‘The Pastoral Families of the Hunter Valley, 1880–1914’, PhD thesis, ANU, 1978.
Fox, Karen, ‘Representing Difference: Celebrated Maori and Aboriginal Women and the Print Media, 1950–2000’, PhD thesis, ANU, 2009.
Francis, Nicola, ‘“My Own Sort of Heaven”, Rosalie Gascoigne’s Stellar Rise to Artistic Acclaim’, PhD thesis, ANU, 2015.
Galbraith, Alexander, ‘Reminiscences on the Early History of The Communist Party of New Zealand’, ms, 1949, author’s collection.
Hickey, Carina, ‘From Coal Pit to Leather Pit: Life Stories of Robert Semple’, PhD thesis, Massey University, 2010.
McIntosh, Peter, ‘The Timber Industry in Westland, 1865–1939’, MA thesis, University of Canterbury, 1990.
May, Philip Ross, ‘The West Canterbury Gold Rush to 1865: The Analysis of a Gold Rush of the Mid-Nineteenth Century’, MA thesis, Canterbury University College/ University of Canterbury, 1953.
Mein Smith, Philippa, ‘Reformers, Mothers and Babies; Aspects of Infant Survival: Australia 1890- 1945’, PhD thesis, ANU, 1990. (Revised and published as Mothers and King Baby: Infant Survival and Welfare in an Imperial World, 1880–1950, London, Macmillan, 1997.)
Nolan, Melanie, ‘Uniformity and Diversity: A Case Study of Female Shop and Office Workers in Victoria, 1880 to 1939’, PhD thesis, ANU, 1989.
O’Farrell, P.J., ‘H. E. Holland and the Labour Movement in Australia and New Zealand; With Special Emphasis on the Activity of Militant Socialists’, PhD thesis, ANU, 1960.
——, ‘The Workers and Grey District Politics 1865–1913’, MA thesis, Canterbury University College/University of Canterbury, 1955.
Plumridge, Elizabeth, ‘The Negotiation of Circumstance: New Zealand Women Artists, c.1890–1914’, PhD thesis, ANU, 1985.
Richardson, Len, ‘The Labour Movement in Wollongong, New South Wales, 1928–39’, PhD thesis, ANU, 1974.
——, ‘The Workers and Grey District Politics During Wartime, 1914–1918, MA thesis, University of Canterbury, 1968.
Richardson, Peter, ‘An Architecture of Empire: The Government Buildings of John Campbell in New Zealand’, MA thesis, University of Canterbury, 1988.
Richardson, Shelley, ‘Family Experiments: Professional Middle-Class Families in Australia and New Zealand c. 1880–1920’, PhD thesis, ANU, 2013. (Revised and published under the same title by ANU Press, Canberra, 2016, doi.org/10.22459/FE.11.2016.)
Vaney, Neil, ‘The Dual Tradition: Irish Catholics and French Priests in New Zealand: The West Coast Experience, 1865–1910’, MA thesis, University of Canterbury, 1976.