Paihia, Bay of Islands - Henry Williams. Check out the fabulous material available on Te Ara. On the top tabs you will find extra Images & Media (Primary resources) and on the side tabs there are further external Links & Related Biographies to investigate
INNZ. An Index New Zealand search for 'Samuel Marsden' can retrieve some wonderful articles from journals such as NZ Geographic, Historical Review & NZ Journal of History. Articles from INNZ are NOT fulltext and must be ordered by email. Articles are then sent back to you via email. Ask a librarian to assist you - it's a great service.
Henry Williams was a missionary who supported British annexation. He believed that Maori should be protected from lawless Europeans and fraudulent dealings. He and his son Edward translated the Treaty of Waitangi into Maori.
Auckland War Memorial Museum - Library Catalogue - Kemp Family Family papers
EGGS Library 's insight:
This link is for the Library Catalogue at the Auckland Museum. You will see that I have searched the catalogue for articles on James Kemp. The results show that among the various books available there are 4 boxes of material relating to the lives of James & Charlotte Kemp. these Primary Docs can be viewed at the Museum Library Reading Room.Level 2 (Manuscript 1212). Search this library catalogue - See what you can find.
Index New Zealand is a catalogue of articles from New Zealand Journals and Newspapers. A search on 'Puhoi' retrieves 2 articles that cover the history of the area. The articles must be requested by email. INNZ then sends the scanned article back to you in 1-2 days.
Ask the librarians to help you - it's a great service.
See also INNZ on Samuel Marsden within this Scoop.
A digitised, archived copy of Samuel Marsden's diary - In his own hand writing. Viewed from the Alexander Turnbull Library Collection - Library Catalogue, part of the National Library Collections. Navigating your way around the pages can tricky - takes time to load. DO NOT PRESS PRINT - USE OLD SCHOOL NOTE TAKING!
Papers Past contains more than three million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. The collection covers the years 1839 to 1945 and includes 83 publications from all regions of New Zealand.
The time period covered by PP is a little too late for your research topic. However, Papers Past is great research tool to add to your History toolbox.
Some good background information on the Bay of Islands, Northland
and its history. I love this picture of a Pear Tree planted in 1819. The website doesn't provide any information about who the authors are or what group has created this website/microsite, but the information looks reliable.
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