NZ Brick Database

 

 
       
     
   

REPORTS AND OTHER MATERIAL

EARLY BRICKMAKING IN NEW ZEALAND From Simon Best (1995) in Felgate, M. (ed). 1995. His Majesties Theatre.

 

Links

NZ Historic Ceramics website - Ceramics from archaeological sites in NZ

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Best, S.B. 1992. The Queen Street Gaol; Auckland's First Courthouse, Common Gaol, and House of Correction (site R11/1559). Auckland Conservancy Historic Resource Series No. 2. Department of Conservation, Auckland.

----------1993. The Whau Brickworks and Pottery: archaeological excavation of an early industrial ceramic site (R11/1509), on the Whau Peninsula, Auckland. Auckland Conservancy Historic Resources Series No.7, Department of Conservation, Auckland.

----------1995. The Arlidge/Hung House Site.Archaeological Investigation of part Lot 9 Section 9 Russell Township. Unpublished interim report.

----------1996. The Thin End Of The Wedge. Archaeological excavations under the Town Hall, Auckland. Site R11/1494. Report prepared for the Auckland City Council.

Brassey, R. J. N. 1990. The History and Archaeology of the Brown's Mill site, 15-17 Durham Lane, Auckland. Science and Research Internal Report No. 77. Historic Investigation Team, Auckland, for Department of Conservation Wellington.

Eaves, M.M. 1990. The Heavy Clay Industry in Auckland, 1830-1930. Unpublished M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Auckland.

Gemmell, W. 1986. And So We Graft From Six To Six. The Brickmakers of New South Wales. Angus and Robertson.

George, J. n.d. A few odds and end of Remembrances collected and jotted in the leisure hours of my experiences for the last half century in the Colonies of Tasmania, South Australia, Sydney and New Zealand from 1823 to 1876. Typescript M.S. in Auckland Public Library

Harris, J. 1991. Highwic and the Bucklands. New Zealand Historic Places Trust Research Report No. 3 (Draft). Historic Places Trust, Wellington.

Lambert, G. 1985. Pottery in New Zealand, Commercial and Collectable. Heinemann Publishers, Auckland.

Lee, J. 1983. "I have named it the Bay of Islands...". Auckland, Hodder and Stoughton.

McLean, M. 1989. Auckland 1842-1845: a demographic and housing study of the city's earliest European settlement. Science and Research Internal Report 33, Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Scott, D. 1979. Fire on the Clay, The Pakeha comes to West Auckland. Southern Cross Books, Auckland.

Singer, F. and S. S. Singer 1963. Industrial Ceramics. Cambridge University Press.

Tomlinson, C. 1860. Illustrations of Trades. London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.

   
 
 
 
   

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