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A register of certificates for Crown Grants to be issued to the Taranaki Military Settlers. Lists rank, name in full, date of enrolment and land issue details for companies No 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7. Also sections titled Staff, Militia Volunteers and Native Contingent.
Also two Taranaki Military Settler Land Orders made out in favour of William Whitcombe and Charles Douglas Whitcombe, both privates in No 2 Company
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ARC2002-189

The minutes of the Taranaki District Committee of New Zealand Walkways, recording the development of a series of official walkways throughout the region. 1972 - 1989
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ARC2002-693

Urban map of the townships of Hawera, Manaia, Opunake, Stratford, Eltham, Patea, Waverley. N.Z. : Dept. of Lands and Survey. 2nd ed. 1981
Series: NZMS 271 Hawera
8 maps on 1 sheet. Indexes on verso.
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ARC2010-114

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In this typescript C.J. Hoskin relates the story of Wereroa Pa and the effects of land confiscations in South Taranaki. Written in a style of interpretation which was common in the 1940s and 50s.
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ARC2001-118

A collection of stock registers, newspaper clippings for the Stratford Branch of Newton and King Limited, Also some research files created for the 1979 centennial publication for Newton King Limited.
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ARC2006-61

Copy of map showing alternative pipeline routes from Ōaonui to Frankley Road. Route A passes along boundary of Egmont National Park and Pukeiti. Route B. passes along the western side of the Kaitake Ranges. 1974.
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ARC2005-8

A revised edition 1940 cadastral map of the Ngatimaru Survey District, includes location of soldier settlements.
Scale: 80 chain to 1 inch. Size: 52cm x 43cm
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ARC2004-348

Cadastral map of the Waimate Survey District. 1947. Inset maps include subdivisions of sections: no.94, Block V ; no's. 110 & 112, Block VII ; no's. 22 & 119 Okaiawa Village, Block IV. Specific locations underlined in red pencil marking New Zealand War battle sites and old Pa. Scale: 40 chain to inch. Size: 71cm x 81cm
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ARC2005-112

Published 1916 cadastral NZ Survey map of the Hawera Survey District. Shows Māori land blocks. Annotations in red pencil mark pa sites, redoubts and events during the 1860's campaigns.
W. Gordon, 1903 ; additions &c E. Pfankuch, 1916
Scale: 40 chain to 1 inch. Size: 42cm x 51cm
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ARC2005-45

Cadastral map of the Waimate Survey District. c1903. Inset maps include subdivisions of sections: no.94, Block V ; no's. 110 & 112, Block VII ; no's. 22 & 119 Okaiawa Village, Block IV. Annotated in red ink marking location of events in 1868. Old Pa also marked on map.
Scale varies
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ARC2005-96

Name/Title
One inch to one mile topographical map of the coastal plain from Opunake to the Warea River. Relief shown by contours, shading and spot heights. New Zealand. Dept. of Lands and Survey.
Scale 1:63,360 ; Transverse Mercator proj. (E 173°35°14°-E 174°04°13°/S 39°13°53°-S 39°29°07°).
Series: NZMS 1 ; N118.
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ARC2010-80

Name/Title
One mile to one inch series topographical map. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. New Zealand. Dept. of Lands and Survey.
Scale 1:63,360 ; Transverse Mercator proj. (E 174°3°36°-E 174°32°36°/S 39°29°7°-S 39°44°14°).
Series: NZMS 1 ; N129
Series: NZMS 1 ; N136
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ARC2010-83

Name/Title
Topographical map. Includes township of Opunake. N.Z. Lands and Survey, 1943
Relief shown by contours, shading and spot heights.
Issued as N.118 in the series NZMS 1.
Scale 1:63,360 ; Transverse Mercator proj. (E 173°35°14°-E 174°04°13°/S 39°13°53°-S 39°29°07°). "New Zealand 1:63360."
"Provisional 1 mile series."
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ARC2010-112

Name/Title
A pocket diary for 1910. The unidentified owner of the diary moved around North Taranaki from Tongaporutu and Okau in the north, inland to Huiakama and New Plymouth. Entries include mention of droving cattle, attending stock sales, fixing fences and delivering material to farmers.
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ARC2010-180

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Alison Robinson talks with John Hale in Lower Hutt in April 1989. John talks of his family and early years in the Stratford district. Raised a Wesleyan, John recalls personalities, ministers and preachers within the church. He talks of church music, socials and outings. He also mentions the temperance movement and harvest festivals.
Part of the Central Taranaki Methodist project. An edited transcript is available. No abstract has yet been made.
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ARC2002-459

A collection of interviews conducted by David Walter.
1. Aitken, Russell. Aitken Brothers, Toko 1940-1970. Interviewed December 1982
2. Astwood, G. Mailman No. 22RD 1975 - 1982. Interviewed October 1983
3. Bertrand, William. Purangi-Matau. Shearer, roadman and Stratford County Councillor. Interviewed May 1979. 1hour 33 minutes.
Transcript ARC2001-524.
4. Bonner, Jack and Lois. Stratford County roadman. Foreman to 1952. Interviewed September 1981
5. Broughton, P.K. Stratford District Council General Manager 1989 - 2001. Interviewed June 2002
6. Brown, Jackson and Eve. Farmer in the Douglas area 1918-1952. Interviewed November 1982.
7. Buchanan, Neil. A shepherd at Aotuhia during the 1940's and later farmed at Huiroa until the 1970's. Interviewed April 1985.

Part of a collection of twelve MP3 format CD-ROMs of interviews conducted since 1978 by David Walter of interviews with individuals in the Stratford District. Also included are a number of Douglas residents interviewed for the Douglas School jubilee in 1981.
The original tapes and copies are held by the Stratford District Council Archives and copies are made available to Puke Ariki by the Copyright holder, David Walter and the Stratford District Council.
No abstracts are available.
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ARC2003-717

New Zealand territorial series. Map covers the coast and inland areas from Opunake to Okato, shows settlements, road and rail routes and territorial boundaries. New Zealand. Dept. of Lands and Survey. 1931
Includes index to adjoining sheets.
Scale 1:253,440 000
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ARC2010-109

A map compiled by Arcadia Marketing Ltd of land blocks of 8 hectares and above for the South Taranaki region which includes the urban areas of Opunake, Manaia, Eltham, Hawera and Waverley.Includes a grid referenced road index and an alphabetical listing of land owners. Published c2005.
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ARC2006-115

A collection of interviews conducted by David Walter.
1. Forbes, Magnus Walter R. Family history of the Forbes family, particularly his father Walter as related by Magnus. Recorded March 1987
2. Ford, V. J. Radio broadcast H.C. Seminar. Recorded October 1979
3. Forestry Application. Planning Committee of the Stratford Council. Recorded August 1984
4. Frank, Alec. Puniwhakau and Strathmore history. Interview April 1983
5. Gallagher-Shewry, Mrs. Kohuratahi resident 1896 - 1950. Interview March 1984
6. Gatton, Charlie. Makahu resident, Stratford Borough Foreman and player of cricket at Stratford. Interview August 1980
7. Gedge, Steve. Puniwhakau resident. Interview April 1983
8. Gichard, W. (Bill). Resident of Douglas 1920 - 1928. Talks of the Douglas Brickworks. Interview August 1980
9. Gower, Gerald L. Resident of Kohuratahi and County Councillor for the Wangamomona Riding. Interview July 1993

Part of a collection of twelve MP3 format CD-ROMs of interviews conducted since 1978 by David Walter of interviews with individuals in the Stratford District. Also included are a number of Douglas residents interviewed for the Douglas School jubilee in 1981.
The original tapes and copies are held by the Stratford District Council Archives and copies are made available to Puke Ariki by the Copyright holder, David Walter and the Stratford District Council.
No abstracts are available.
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ARC2003-734

Two diaries written by Robert Clinton Hughes, 20 February 1860 to 9 February 1861 and 10 February to 30 June 1861. The diaries where written while Hughes was attending Beardsworth's School in New Plymouth and during the events of the First Taranaki War. His diaries give an impression of what it was like to live in New Plymouth during this period, with vivid accounts of the overcrowding caused by settlers coming in from the outlying areas and families seeking safety at the barracks on Marsland Hill.
A full transcription of both diaries is available.
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ARC2001-140

Published 1955. 3rd ed. A cadastral NZ Survey map of the Wairau & Cape Survey Districts. Annotations in coloured pencil. Inset maps include; Subdivisions at Hauranga, Sections around Oakura, Sections around Ahuahu, Sections around Warea, Pungarehu Village and Tahua Village.
Scale: 1: 63,360 (1 mile to 1 inch) 160 chain to 1 inch.
Size: 43cm x 51cm
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ARC2005-95

Name/Title
Bob Richardson talks about his working life, time in the Air force, rugby administration and his Taranaki Citizen's award.
Recorded: 16 November 1993
Interviewer: Joy Peckham
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ARC2003-1217

Name/Title
Oral history. Born at Kaponga, Anita talks of her childhood in the Eltham area, her tarining as a teacher and teaching at Matapu and Douglas Schools. She recalls being overseas in 1931 and returning to Douglas where she married Ernie Walter, a dairy farmer and raised a family.
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ARC2003-1244

Published 1940. A cadastral NZ Survey map of the Wairau & Cape Survey Districts. Annotations in coloured pencil. Inset maps include; Subdivisions at Hauranga, Sections around Oakura, Sections around Ahuahu, Sections around Warea, Pungarehu Village and Tahua Village.
Scale: 1 mile to 2 inches
Size: 88.5cm x 72.5cm
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ARC2004-1511

One mile to one inch topographical map. Area cover west New Plymouth and the coastal region to Warea. Issued as N108 in the series NZMS 1. New Zealand. Dept. of Lands and Survey.
Scale 1:63 360 ; Transverse Mercator proj. (international Hayfords spheroid)
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ARC2010-92
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