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The separation of Nelson and Marlborough
The separation of Marlborough from Nelson came about when the opinions of two very different groups, small-holders and large pastoral run-holders, were in accord, even though this was for...Read more about "The separation of Nelson and Marlborough"...
Sealord The Wounded Phoenix
Noeleen Burton and NZ Sea Products Administration Manager, December 1966 Noleen Burton and NZ Sea Products Administration Manager, Peter Exnevad, December 1966 It was with a sense of déjà...Read more about "Sealord The Wounded Phoenix"...
Constantine and Fanny Dillon
Constantine Dillon (1813-1853) and Fanny Dillon (died 1896) Constance Dillon Constantine Dillon The Nelson Provincial Museum, Tyree Collection, T-69659-3 Click to enlarge The Honourable Constantine Dillon, a younger...Read more about "Constantine and Fanny Dillon"...
Ernest Guy Giblin
Ernest Guy Giblin, 1892-1916, is one of the eight Stoke men known to have died in World War One. He is commemorated on the Stoke Memorial Gates[http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/stoke-memorial-gates]. Giblin1 Ernest...Read more about "Ernest Guy Giblin"...
Father Antoine Marie Garin
On May 9, 1850, Father Antoine Marie Garin arrived in Nelson. During the next 40 years Father Garin would contribute hugely to the development of education in the area...Read more about "Father Antoine Marie Garin (1810-1889)"...
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