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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Each entry contains only a paragraph of information.
  • The Thames – The Name
  • Mercury Bay – HMS Buffalo
  • Thames – Goldfield
  • Tairua – Jackson’s Landing
  • Tairua – Goldfield
  • The Coromandel – Flax
  • The Thames – Gum
  • Punga Flat – Transport
  • Waihi – Haunted Houses
  • Thames – Mining
  • Whitianga – School, Hospital
  • The Thames – The Manuka Tree
  • Puriri – Mission Station
  • Waihi – Prohibition
  • Whitianga – Stone Wharf
  • Thames – Transport
  • The Goldfield – Ill-gotten Gains
  • Hauraki – Tangata Whenua, Kauri Gum
  • Thames – Transport
  • Tairua – The ‘Milk Run’
  • Coromandel – Timber
  • Thames – The Miner
  • Mayor Island (Tuhua) – Captain Cook, Tangata Whenua
  • Kuaotunu – Accommodation
  • Waitekauri – Access
  • Thames – Entertainment
  • Waihi – Gun Club Trophy
  • Moehau – Fairies
  • Thames – Bakers
  • Hauraki – Moa
  • Thames – Main Centre
  • Kuaotunu – Hotel
  • Tairua – Timber
  • Settlers – Women
  • Thames – Hotels
  • Waikino – Victoria Battery
  • The Wires – Beginnings
  • Thames – Football
  • Neavesville – Access
  • Thames – Railway
  • Kuaotunu – Accommodation
  • Thames – Mining
  • Waihi – The Library
  • Thames – Fire
  • Kuaotunu – Excursion
  • Waihi – Moa
  • Thames – The Wakatere
  • Thames – Gold, Theft
  • Cabbage Bay – Coal
  • Thames – Moa
  • Kuaotunu – Transport
  • The Thames – Tangata Whenua, Trading
  • The Thames – Matai Beer
  • Moehau – The Turehu
  • Paritu Bay – Granite
  • Pipiroa – Ferry
  • Settlers – Bushmen
  • Waihi – The Early Days
  • Waihi – Beginnings
  • Simpson’s Bush – Tramline
  • Waitakaruru – ‘The Pictures’
  • Waihi Beach – Beginnings
  • Ohinemuri – Goldfield
  • Paeroa – Brewery
  • Karangahake – Housing
  • Gumtown (Coroglen) – Gum
  • Paeroa – Beginnings
  • Thames – Floods
  • Hauraki – Trading
  • Amodeo Bay – Name
  • Thames – Photographers
  • Coromandel – Kapanga Mine
  • Miranda – Cure
  • R H Hawkes – Tapu
  • Charles Ring – Coromandel
  • Charles and Wilemina Bray – Paeroa
  • John Graham – Tairua
  • George Hill – Thames
  • Mathew & Mary Ward – Cabbage Bay
  • Rudall Hayward – Waihi
  • Henry Nairn – Port Charles
  • Taraia Ngakuti Te Tumuhuia – Hauraki
  • Gordon Browne – Whitianga
  • Christopher Parr – Thames
  • White Family – Whitianga
  • John & Lucy Stevens – Thames, Hikutaia & Waihi
  • John Grigg – Thames
  • Marion Brown – Whangapoua
  • Henry & Catherine Bronlund – Stony Bay
  • Fred Woods – The Thames
  • Henry & Anne Lawlor – Thames
  • Alfred Sparke – Thames
  • Tudor Collins – Thames
  • Jane Whiteside/Madam Blanche – Mercury Bay & Thames
  • Henry Charles Thomas (Charlie) Lawlor – Thames
  • Matthias Whitehead – Thames
  • William McGregor – Thames
  • Hannah White – Thames
  • Mr Webber – Thames
  • James Park – Thames
  • W W Robinson – Thames
  • G W White – Whitianga
  • Assid Corban – The Coromandel
  • Joe Dyer – Kuaotunu
  • Frederick & Susan Cater – Thames
  • William Crawford – Thames
  • Te Horeta Taniwha – Cape Colville
  • Violet Dufty – Broken Hills
  • William Blomfield – Thames
  • Frances Haselden – Thames
  • Toss Hammond – Thames
  • Harry Watt – Whangamata
  • Edward Anderton – Thames
  • Robert White – Coromandel, Mercury Bay & Whangapoua
  • W C Kennedy – Owharoa
  • Richard Monk – Whitianga
  • Aileen Douglas – Thames
  • Jane Harris/Jenny Wren – Thames & Paeroa
  • Walter Brown – Waihi
  • George Graham – Tairua
  • William Lee – Whitianga
  • Matthias Whitehead – Thames
  • Raunui Tanui – Ngati Hei
  • Bernard Freyberg – Paeroa
  • Bill Goldsworthy
  • Billy Midwinter – Coromandel & Whitianga
  • Ronald McIntosh – Whitianga
  • Doctor Agassiz – Mercury Bay
  • Jack Page – Bushman
  • Miss S Abbott – Waihi
  • Reverend Vicesimus Lush – Thames
  • Black Louie – Falcon Bay
  • The Farmer Family – Thames, Te Aroha, Owharoa
  • Mr H J Beeche – Ohinemuri River
  • Mr Otto Bjerring – Waihi
  • John Bidwell – Hauraki Plains
  • Jack Galagher (Hobartown Jack)
  • Bronlund Family – Port Jackson


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