In the early period of British colonisation, many New Zealand trees were known by names derived from the names of unrelated European trees, but more recently the trend has been to adopt the native Māori language names into English. For a listing in order of Māori name, with species names for most, see the Flora of New Zealand list of vernacular names
The New Zealand Plant Conservation Network has published a list of New Zealand indigenous vascular plants including all 574 native trees and shrubs. This list also identifies which trees are endemic to New Zealand and which are threatened with extinction.
"Native to the question": William Apess, Black Hawk, and the sentimental context of early native American autobiography.
Mar 22, 2002; A review of William Apess's 1831 revised edition of A Son of the Forest in the American Monthly Review expresses frustration over...