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Bessie Te Wenerau Grace, educational leader
Bessie Te Wenerau Grace, 1889-1944, was the first Māori woman to receive a degree from a university. Bessie Grace Bessie Grace. Image supplied by author In the first half...Read more about "Bessie Te Wenerau Grace, educational leader"...
The school, the pool and the boiler The close relationship between Stoke’s Nayland Park Pool complex and Nayland College[sitetree_link,id=721] could be said to have started with a chat over...Read more about "Nayland Pool"...
Nelson Women's Club
The Nelson Women’s Club is formed On Monday 26th July 1926, 60 ladies of Nelson gathered in the afternoon in the Haeremai Room of the building at 296 Trafalgar...Read more about "Nelson Women's Club"...
Nelson and Women’s Suffrage
The Women’s Suffrage Petition[https://nzhistory.govt.nz/politics/womens-suffrage/petition] of 1893, which was a major contributor to the success of the Electoral Act in that same year, giving women the right to vote, is now...Read more about "Nelson and Women’s Suffrage "...
Charles Kidson, engineer
Charles Idrys Kidson was Nelson City Council’s Engineer from 1939 until his retirement in 1962, with a brief interruption when he served in World War II. He came...Read more about "Charles Kidson, engineer"...
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