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Series: Otago Centennial Historical Committee

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Run, estate and farm : a history of the Kakanui and Waiareka Valleys, North Otago by W. H. ScotterBook 1
The Dunstan A History of the Alexandra-Clyde District by C. W. S. MooreBook 2
Pioneering in South Otago by Fred WaiteBook 3
Heart of the desert : being the history of the Cromwell and Bannockburn districts of Central Otago by James Crombie ParcellBook 4
Wanaka story; a history of the Wanaka, Hawea, Tarras, and surrounding districts by Irvine RoxburghBook 5
Tuapeka, the land and its people: A social history of the Borough of Lawrence and its surrounding districts by W. R MayhewBook 6
The Taieri Plain : tales of the years that are gone by Margaret S. ShawBook 7
Faith and toil : the story of Tokomairiro by D. J. SumpterBook 8
East of the rock and pillar : a history of the Strath Taieri and Macraes districts by Helen M. ThompsonBook 9
Port Chalmers : gateway to Otago by H. O. BowmanBook 10
Teviot tapestry : a history of the Roxburgh-Millers Flat district by A. H. H. WebsterBook 11
The Otago of our mothers by Eileen L. SoperBook 12
Golden days of Lake County by Frederick Walter Gascoyne MillerBook 13
Down the years in the Maniototo by Janet C. AngusBook 14
The history of Otago : the origins and growth of a Wakefield class settlement by A. H. McLintockBook 15
Northern approaches : a history of Waitati, Waikouaiti, Palmerston, Dunback, Moeraki, Hampden and surrounding districts by C. W. S. MooreBook 16
The face of Otago by B. J. GARNIER17
Beyond the Blue Mountains : a history of the West Otago district by Frederick Walter Gascoyne MillerBook 18

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