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Opened officially as Pioneers Park in 1929, the name unofficially dropped the 's' in the mid-1930s and today is known by both names. Over the decades the Park...Read more about "Pioneers Park"...
Stories about the places and spaces of the top of the South Island - te tau ihu o te waka. See related stories on this site: Onekaka Pipe Dreams Aorere GoldThe...Read more about "Places"...
Top of the South timeline
A timeline for the Top of the South - based on our stories pre-1840[#pre1840]1840-1900[#1840]1900-[#1900] c950 A local story[myths-and-legends-of-te-tau-ihu/] tells of Kereopa escaping Kupe[kupe-and-the-boulder-bank/] by causing the Boulder Bank to grow...Read more about "Top of the South timeline"...
21 Fountain Place
Beachville, 21 Fountain Place, is a cottage with a . It was built in approximately 1862 and forms part of the Fountain Place Heritage Precinct. About the area For many...Read more about "21 Fountain Place"...
Fulton Sisters, signatories
The Fulton family owned land, which they named Bohally, on the northern side on Blenheim. fulton The Fulton sisters. Image supplied by author The land was swamp, covered with flax,...Read more about "Fulton Sisters, signatories"...
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