The 1912 Waihi strike

Page 2 – Further information

This web feature was written by Neill Atkinson and produced by the NZHistory.net.nz team.

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Related biographies in Te Ara Biographies:

  • Cullen, John 1850? - 1939
    Police officer and commissioner
  • Evans, Frederick George 1881 - 1912
    Stationary-engine driver, trade unionist
  • Johnston, Thomas Henry 1880 - ?
    Tram conductor, labourer, miner, strike-breaker
  • Massey, William Ferguson 1856 - 1925
    Farmer, politician, prime minister
  • Parry, William Edward 1878 - 1952
    Miner, trade unionist, politician
  • Semple, Robert 1873 - 1955 Coalminer, trade unionist, politician

Books and articles

  • Campbell, R.J. 'The role of the police in the Waihi strike:some new evidence'. Political Science 26, No2 (Dec. 1974): 34-40
  • 'Fatal sequel to Waihi riot'. New Zealand Herald. 15 Nov. 1912: 8
  • Gustafson, B. Labour's path to political independence. Auckland, 1980
  • Holland, H. E. et al. The tragic story of the Waihi strike.
    Wellington, 1913
  • Johnston, T. H. 'Account of the Waihi strike'. MS Papers 2516.
    Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington.
  • Olssen, E. The Red Feds. Auckland, 1988
  • Rainer, P. 'Company town: an industrial history of the Waihi Gold Mining Company Limited, 1887-1912'. MA thesis, University of Auckland, 1976
  • Roche, S. Y. The red and the gold. Auckland, 1982
How to cite this page

'Further information', URL: https://nzhistory.govt.nz/politics/further-information-1912-waihi-strike, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 17-May-2017