Essays in The French Place in the Bay of Islands are written by the following authors:

Back cover of The French Place in the Bay of Islands

The French Place in the Bay of Islands, back cover

  • Kate Martin – Introducing the French Place
  • Anne Salmond - Marion du Fresne
  • Pā Henare Tate – Traditional Maori Spirituality in Encounter with Christianity
  • Ian Hunter –  Kororareka and the Emerging Entrepreneurial Spirit
  • Hazel Petrie - Growth and Dominance: Patterns of Approach
  • Garry Clayton - Francophobia in New Zealand
  • Peter LinehamPaihia versus Kororareka – Protestant versus Catholic
  • Peter Tremewan, Hélène Serabien, Giselle Larcombe –  Father Garin in Kororareka and Mangakahia, 1841-1847
  • Peter Low – Bishop Pompallier and Te Tiriti
  • Manuka Henare - Maori Literacy and the Making of a Nation
  • Dominique Varry - Lyon as a Capital of Catholic Printing in the 19th century
  • Edward Clisby – The Marist Brothers in the Life of the French Catholic Mission
  • Jessie Munro - Ko wai a Peata? Ko Hoki ia
  • Michael O’Meeghan - The First Wave of French Marists
  • Jeremy Salmond - Conservation of the Pompallier Printing House
  • Ken ScaddenYvert: Pompallier’s Energetic Printer
  • Phillip Parkinson – Errors of Rome’ and Protestant ‘Paper Pellets’
  • Lisa Matisso-Smith - Kororareka Kiore and Russell Rats