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Change through Time: 50 Years of New Zealand Archaeology(New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 26). viii+374 pages, 20 illustrations, 10 tables, CD-ROM of 17 earlier ‘classic’ articles nominated by the authors.

Change through Time: 50 Years of New Zealand Archaeology(New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 26). Campbell Matthew (e. Digging into History: 50 years of the New Zealand Archaeological Association. Archaeology in New Zealand 47 (4) (special issue). vii+220 pages, 64 illustrations. Volume 80 Issue 308 - Peter Gathercole.

Archaeology in New Zealand 47 (4) (special issue). Culture Change in Prehistoric New Zealand, in Freeman, . Digging into History: 50 years of the New Zealand Archaeological Association

Archaeology in New Zealand 47 (4) (special issue). Peter Gathercole (a1). e. Anthropology in the South Seas: Essays presented to . New Plymouth: Thomas Avery & Sons. Old Guards and New Waves: Reflections on Antipodean Archaeology 1954–1975. Archaeology in Oceania 21: 2–12.

New Zealand's archaeology started in the early 1800s and was largely conducted by amateurs with little regard for meticulous study. Archaeology (here used in a broad sense) has, along with oral traditions, defined New Zealand's prehistory (c. 1300 – c. 1800) and has been a valuable aid in solving some later historical problems

A quarterly publication which replaced the New Zealand Archaeological . A twice-yearly academic journal which replaced the New Zealand Journal o. .

A quarterly publication which replaced the New Zealand Archaeological Association Newsletter in 1988. Journal of Pacific Archaeology. A twice-yearly academic journal which replaced the New Zealand Journal of Archaeology in 2010. NZAA Monograph Series.

Change Through Time book. Published January 1st 2004 by New Zealand Archaeological Association. Change Through Time: 50 Years of New Zealand Archaeology (New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph,) ISBN. 0959791590 (ISBN13: 9780959791594).

Change through time: 50 years of New Zealand archaeology. Auckland: New Zealand Archaeological Association, 2004. Jones, Kevin L. The Penguin field guide to New Zealand archaeology. Auckland: Penguin, 2007. Sorrenson, M. P. K. Manifest duty: the Polynesian Society over 100 years. Auckland: Polynesian Society, 1992. Sutton, Doug G. The origins of the first New Zealanders. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1994.

As a consequence the public of New Zealand rarely views shipwrecks and other UCH as sites that need to be protected.

These two groups traded and traversed in and along the coastline leaving considerable physical evidence of their seafaring ways. Today this maritime past is reflected in more than 2000 shipwrecks as well as numerous canoe landing sites, fish traps, inundated villages and sunken canoes. As a consequence the public of New Zealand rarely views shipwrecks and other UCH as sites that need to be protected.

Auckland: New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 2. Time perspectives, palimpsests and the archaeology of time. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 26, 198–223.

Auckland: New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 26. Audouze, . & Enloe, J. G. (1997). High resolution archaeology at Verberie: limits and interpretations. Bennington, J. & Aronson, M. F. J. (2012). Reconciling scale in paleontological and neontological data: dimensions of time, space, and taxonomy. In J. Louys (E., Paleontology in ecology and conservation (pp. 39–67). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Finding our Recent Past: Historical Archaeology in New Zealand. Auckland: NZAA Monograph 29. NZAA Monograph 26. Campbell, . Holdaway . amp; Macready S. (e. 2013. Course outline.

New Zealand's archaeology started in the early 1800's and was largely conducted by amateurs with little regard .

New Zealand's archaeology started in the early 1800's and was largely conducted by amateurs with little regard for meticulous study. However, over the last hundred years detailed study answered questions about human culture, that have international relevance and wide public interest. Archaeology (the recovery and analysis of material culture) has been one of the main sources of information about New Zealand's prehistory (c. 1300 - 1800) and has been a valuable aid in solving some later historical problems.