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General historical works
- Within "Puke Ariki". in New Plymouth, there is an 1874 letter (signed by Octavius Carrington of the Public Works Office [and brother of "Wellington Carrington".]), upon the progress of Mountain Road, from Hawera northward toward New Plymouth: up to the Waipuku River (actually Stream). There is also a report (from Charles Hursthouse) upon progress on this road in this and in the Huirangi districts. See "Public Works Office (ARC2004-789)". Archived from the original on 14 October 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-05.
- There is a 1905 map of the stretch of the North Egmont Branch Railway (that operated from 1906-1941) spanning the stretch from York Road (just north of the Manganui River, north of Midhirst) to the Waipuku Stream (just south of Tariki). It may be found within "Puke Ariki". in New Plymouth, see "Mount Egmont Branch Railway (ARC2005-24)". Archived from the original on 14 October 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-05.
- Brookes, Edwin Stanley; Homan, J. (1880). "Waipuku village". Wellington, [N.Z.]: General Survey Office. Scale: 1: 2 500 (i.e. 1/25.3 in. to the mile)
- Wayi, Balthasar Michael (1983). "Soil mapping of the Durham Road-Waipuku Stream, Inglewood County, Taranaki, New Zealand (Dip.Agr.Sc., Massey University)".
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