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*The man and his mission* The Reverend Samuel Ironside was a pioneering figure in the introduction of Christianity to early New Zealanders. His influence was sought throughout New Zealand...Read more about "Samuel Ironside"...
From the Nelson Examiner, 23 July 1856 *Local Intelligence* OPENING OF THE WAIMEA SOUTH LITERARY INSTITUTION. On Thursday last, the first building erected in Waimea South for a Literary Institution...Read more about "Wakefield's Libraries"...
Understories of Sacred Heart College
*Experiences of attending school at Sacred Heart College, Nelson 1964 - 1967* The old Convent Building, formerly in Manuka Street, included the attic floor called ‘The Granary’, now at Founders...Read more about "Understories of Sacred Heart College"...
Ching and Chisnall families
Richard Ching was born 11 July 1811 in England to Cornish parents - William Ching and Mary Vague. Richard was aged 12 when both his father, aged 40...Read more about "Ching and Chisnall families"...
Nelson's early settlement
Nelson's early history is a fascinating one, filled with many tales of hardship endured by the early European settlers, who left their homes in England in search of...Read more about "Nelson's early settlement"...
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