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A great coloniser : the Rev. Dr. Thomas Burns, pioneer minister of Otago and nephew of the poet

II.—History of Otago

II.—History of Otago.

"Contributions to the Early History of New Zealand (Otago)." Thomas Morland Hocken. London (1898).

"Fifty Years Syne." James Chisholm. Dunedin (1898).

"Reminiscences of the Early Settlement of Dunedin and South Otago." John Wilson (Dunedin).

"The Story of the Otago Church and Settlement." C. Stuart Ross. Dunedin (1887).

"The Old Identities; Being Sketches and Reminiscences During the First Decade of the Province of Otago, New Zealand, by an Old Identity." (Thomas James Barr.) Dunedin (1879).

"Medical Practice in the Early Days." Robert Valpy Fulton. Dunedin (1922).

"A History of the University of Otago (1869-1919)." G. E. Thompson. Dunedin.

"The Presbyterian Church Trust." William Gillies. Dunedin (1876).

"The Province of Otago in New Zealand." By authority of the Provincial Government, Dunedin (1868).

"Twenty-five Years of Emigrant Life in the South of New Zealand." James Adam. Edinburgh (1876).

"Encyclopædia of New Zealand," Volume 4, Otago and Southland. "The Otago Seventieth Anniversary, 1848-1918." Alexander Whyte. Dunedin (1918).

The Otago Daily Times and Witness Jubilee Numbers, March, 1898.

The Evening Star, Otago Jubilee Edition, March, 1898.

"These Sixty-one Tears: The History of Warepa Presbyterian Church." A. Watson. Clutha Leader Print, Balclutha.

"Records of Early Days, Some Beginnings in Dunedin and Otago." Alfred Eccles. Dunedin (1929).

"Historical Papers." Collected by Dr Hocken, J. M. McIndoe, and James Barr (Hocken Library).

Numerous Pamphlets issued by The Lay Association of the Free Church of Scotland in connection with the Otago Scheme of Colonisation, including various editions of the "Terms of Purchase" from 1845.

Numerous Pamphlets and Brochures containing Histories of Congregations in Otago and Southland.

"Otago." Volumes of bound Manuscripts in Hocken Library.

"Variæ." Bound Manuscripts in Hocken Library.

"Flotsam and Jetsam." (Hocken Library).

"The Otago Journal, 1-8" (1848-53, complete). Otago Early Settlers' Library.

Legal Documents and Manuscripts in John McGlashan Collection,John McGlashan College, Dunedin.

"Proceedings of the Provincial Council of Otago."