Law Garry

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Garry Law 1945 -


Contributor to Archaeopedia.

Past webmaster of the New Zealand Archaeological Association website: and compiler of the NZAA eNews.

An occasionaly updated personal page is Garry Law's New Zealand Archaeology Page

Garry's professional training and career has been as a civil engineer.

Papers on-line

2008: Auckland, August 1908: A Stop on the Great White Fleet World Cruise. 37 pp Maruiwi Press. ISBN 978-0-473-13645-1 On line

2008: Archaeology of the Bay of Plenty . Department of Conservation SCIENCE FOR CONSERVATION series. ISBN 978-0-478-14429-1 On line.

2008: Abundance and Constraint: A Short History of Water Use in New Zealand. 61 pp Maruiwi Press. ISBN 978-0-473-13754-0 On line

2007: Miranda Law and Garry Law (Eds) Recollections of a Voyage to South Australia and New Zealand Commenced in 1838. William Porter. Recorded at Huntly 1907 Maruiwi Press. ISBN 0-476-01579-0 Version on line

2005: Warren Gumbley, Dilys Johns, and Garry Law Management of wetland archaeological sites in New Zealand. Department of Conservation SCIENCE FOR CONSERVATION 246 On line

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