- Southern Traditions
Te Marie Tau and Atholl Anderson (eds.). Ngāi Tahu: A Migration History. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books in association with Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu (Christchurch), 2008.
Ngāi Tahu: A Migration History is based on a history of Ngāi Tahu written by Hugh Carrington in the 1930s. He drew on the earlier work of ethnographers such as W. A.Taylor, J. W. Stack and John White, but also directly interviewed graduates of wānanga (houses of learning) in the South Island. The text tells of the more recent history of Ngāi Tahu’s migration to the South Island from the North.
Tikao Talks: Traditions and Tales Told by Teone Taare Tikao to Herries Beattie. Dunedin: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1939.
In Tikao Talks, Herries Beattie recounts a series of conversations he shared with Teone Taare Tikao about the mythology, legends and traditions of Banks Peninsula.
Christine Tremewan (trans. and ed.). Traditional Stories from Southern New Zealand: He Kōrero nō Te Wai Pounamu. Christchurch: Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Canterbury, 2002.
Traditional Stories from Southern New Zealand is based on a collection of stories recorded in the mid-nineteenth century on Ruapuke Island, in Foveaux Strait, by J. F. H. Wohlers.