My Bibliography

The following is a list of published books and articles that I have written, or contributed content to. Please acknowledge your source if you use something that I have written. Live links lead to PDFs.

  • Sources for Family History at the OESM, Dunedin, 1989.
  • Dunedin, New Zealand’s First Great City: the roots of some enduring business successes, Dunedin, 1992.
  • “Albert James Ryan”, in The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Volume 2, Bridget Williams Books, 1993.
  • “Reaching Out, Drawing In: the Dutch Settler Project at the Otago Early Settlers Museum”, in New Zealand Museums Journal, Volume 24, No 2, 1994.
  • Review of Patrick O’Farrell, “Through Irish Eyes: Australian and New Zealand Images of the Irish 1788–1948”, in The New Zealand Journal of History, Volume 29, 1995.
  • “Thomas Cummins”, “Jane Barry”, “Neil McGregor”, “Patrick and Ellen Ford”, “Lachlan Langlands”, “William Paterson”, and “John Robinson” entries in Southern People: a Dictionary of Otago and Southland Biography, Longacre Press, Dunedin, 1998.
  • To Fame Undying: the Otago Settlers Association and Its Museum 1898-1998, OSA, Dunedin, 1998.
  • “New Zealand’s First History Museum” in PHANZINE Newsletter of the Professional Historians Association of New Zealand, April 1998.
  • Review of Lyndon Fraser, “To Tara via Holyhead: Irish Catholic Immigrants in Nineteenth-Century Christchurch” in The New Zealand Journal of History, Volume 32, 1998.
  • “Otago’s Irish Settlers” and “The Otago Settlers Association” in A New Cyclopedia of Otago and Southland Dunedin, 1999.
  • The Birth of Modern Times: Dunedin’s Southern Suburbs 1890-1940, OSM, Dunedin, 2002.
  • “Making an exhibition of the law” in Occupied Lawfully: Otago District Law Society 1979-2004, ed Jim Sullivan, ODLS, 2006.
  • A Century of Green: the Timaru Celtic Rugby Club 1906-2006, Timaru, 2006.
  • To Fame Undying: the Otago Settlers Association 1898-2008, Dunedin, 2008.
  • Women of Substance: the Otago women who wore ‘fabulous frocks’, OSM, Dunedin, 2008.
  • “There’s Nae Place Like Otago Yet: Scottish collections at the Otago Settlers Museum” in History Scotland, Volume 10, No 4 July/August 2010.

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