|Ref: Frederick George Radcliffe, Thule by moonlight, Stewart Island, Tourist Series 1181, no date, Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, 36-R1402|
|Ref: Frederick George Radcliffe, Welllington night scene, Tourist Series 1728, no date, Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, 35-R1819|
|Ref: Auckland Weekly News, storing the season's kumara harvest, east coast of the North Island, 1910, Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, AWNS-19100602-11-4|
|Ref: Hubert Earle Vaile, Maori family near Broadlands, Waikato River, 1907, Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, 2-V356|
|Ref: New Zealand Herald newspaper, 16 January 1933, p. 6, cruising boat race to Surfdale, showing the boat Matariki N10, Papers Past|
- Victoria University of Wellington have digitised Elsdon Best 's 1922 publication entitled 'The Astronomical Knowledge of the Maori, Genuine And Emprical', which includes a list of star names
- You can also view copies of Best's astronomical publication at our Central and Manukau locations
- The library also has a large collection of Matariki resources in its heritage collections, which include: books, music CDs, printed music, picture books and DVDs
- And make sure you check out the library's extensive program of Matariki events, running from the 28 June to 28 July 2014.
- One of the library's events is the Seven Sisters of Matariki Ngā Tuāhine e whitu o Matariki exhibition at the West Auckland Research Centre (28 June - 19 September). You can read a review of this exhibition and have a look at the beautiful images online
- Stunning images and resources are also available from the Ministry for Culture and Heritage Manatū Taonga website.
|Ref: Auckland Weekly News, a new constellation now visible, Auckland, 1908, Auckland Libraries, AWNS-19080625-7-1|