Atkinson, Arthur. The Richmond-Atkinson Papers. Vol 1. Ed Guy H Scholefield. Wellington: RE OWEN, GOVERNMENT PRINTER, 1960.
Brown, Charles. Militia enlistment notice for Edwin Harris, New Plymouth, NZ. Dated New Plymouth, 23 Feb 1860. Cranstone Papers. Copy at ATL. MS-Papers-0489. Item 5.
Fitzpatrick, Matthew. ‘A Glimpse of Taranaki on the 4th of August, 1860.’ Taranaki Herald, 25 August 1860: 3.
Gilbert, Thomas. NEW ZEALAND SETTLERS AND SOLDIERS, or, The war in Taranaki: Being Incidents in the Life of a Settler. 1861.
Halse, Harriet. Diary March-September 1860. Puke Ariki. ARC2010-225. Transcript by Stacey Wellington.
Harris, Edwin. MS letter to Donald McLean. Written in New Plymouth, 21 Mar . 2 pp. ATL. MS-Papers-0032-0326.
Harris, Edwin. MS copy of Application for the NZ War Medal on behalf of son Corbyn Harris. Dated New Plymouth, 18 Nov 1872. Copying date unknown. Briant Papers. Copy at ATL. MS-Papers-0489. Item 10.
Harris, Edwin. Receipt for war medal. Archives New Zealand
Māori War Series files [record group] AD32 51. Record Number 2996. Title: Harris, Corbyn (R22350405)
Harris, Emily. ‘Writing Lines: Emily Harris Letters and Diary Excerpts 1860-1863.’ Ed. Michele Leggott, Fredrika Van Elburg, Makyla Curtis and Betty Davis. Emily Cumming Harris in New Zealand and Australia. 2019.
Harris, Sarah, and others. MS Harris Family history. Compiled by various hands 1871-1934. Notebook with handwritten entries and pasted in material. About 100 pp. Briant Papers.
Harris, Edwin and Sarah. MS letter to officers of the 65th Regiment, New Plymouth, NZ. Written in New Plymouth, 4 Oct 1860. 1p. Briant Papers.
Hughes, Robert Clinton. Diary 20 February 1860 to 9 February 1861. Puke Ariki. ARC2001-140.
Hulke, William King. Hua Fort Diary, 1860. June 16th to December 27th. Puke Ariki. ARC2005-161.
Marjouram, Sergeant William (RA). MS letter to Sarah Harris, New Plymouth, NZ. Written in New Plymouth 28 July 1860. Briant Papers. Copy at ATL. MS-Papers-0489. Item 6.
Marjouram, Sergeant William Marjouram (RA). MS letter to Edwin Harris, New Plymouth, NZ. Written at Camp Waitara, Taranaki, 7 Aug 1860. Briant Papers. Copy at ATL. MS-Papers-0489. Item 7.
Marjouram, William. Memorials of Sergeant William Marjouram, Royal Artillery, including Six Years’ Service in New Zealand during the late Maori War. 2nd ed. 1862.
Moore, Thomas. ‘Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded.’ Air: Sly Patrick – Irish Melodies. From The Irish Melodies by Thomas Moore, arranged by Charles Villiers Stanford
Newland, John. Diary Mar 1841-Jan 1873. Puke Ariki. ARC2001-120. Transcript by Peter McWilliam.
Paddon, Mary Moutnjoy. MS account of Sarah Harris letters and family connections. Written at Aisholt, Watford Heath, Hereford, England, 24 Dec 1922. Accompanied by Sarah Harris TS letters and Steddy family tree. ATL. MS-Papers-3761.
Richmond, William. The Richmond-Atkinson Papers. Vol 1. Ed Guy H Scholefield. Wellington: RE OWEN, GOVERNMENT PRINTER, 1960.
[Stoney, Henry Butler]. Taranaki: A Tale of the War, with a Description of the Province previous to and during the War. Auckland: WC Wilson, 1861.
Taranaki Herald JOURNAL OF EVENTS. Garland William Woon, comp.
Images (Edwin Harris)
View from Marsland Hill 3 August 1860 (sketch)
Edwin Harris, New Plymouth from Marsland Hill 1860 (1860), pencil and ink on paper (62.3 x 101.5 x 3.2cm framed), collection of Puke Ariki, New Plymouth (A66.213).
View from Marsland Hill 3 August 1860 (lithograph)
Edwin Harris, New Plymouth from Marsland Hill, New Zealand (1860), lithograph on paper by Fergusson & Mitchell Ltd. (46.2 x 79.2 x 3.3cm framed), collection of Puke Ariki, New Plymouth (A66.600).
View from Marsland Hill 3 August 1860 (watercolour)
Edwin Harris, Untitled [New Plymouth from Marsland Hill] (3 August 1860), watercolour and pencil on paper (31 x 50.2cm), collection of Puke Ariki, New Plymouth (A65.883).
View from Marsland Hill 3 August 1860 (oil, optical amusement)
Edwin Harris, New Plymouth Under Siege – 40th Regiment, Marsland Hill, Taranaki, New Plymouth (circa 1860). Watercolour with relief cut-out (optical amusement). (353 x 565mm). Collection TSB Bank, New Plymouth.