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Nelson and Tasman Floods
On Tuesday 13 December, 2011, as people began to plan for summer, it began to rain and didn't stop until Thursday 15 December. The torrential rain was caused...Read more about "Nelson and Tasman Floods"...
Jack Rawson - transporting the wounded
This story continues the story of Dick Rawson’s father in World War I. Part I[sitetree_link,id=562] told of Nelson resident, Dick Rawson's father at the outbreak of World War I. Dr....Read more about "Jack Rawson - transporting the wounded"...
Graves of Fairfield Park
Fairfield Park, one of Nelson’s first cemeteries, was created in 1851 and over 78 people were buried here before it closed in 1910. It had various names, including...Read more about "Graves of Fairfield Park"...
Tasman Ports timeline
The ports of Tasman Bay and Golden Bay were often the only links to the outside world for these regions in the early days. They were closely linked to...Read more about "Tasman Ports timeline"...
James Marsden and his Isel Farm
At the age of 34 years, James Marsden inherited Isel estate[nelson-isel-house/], a 930-acre property laid out by his father, Thomas Marsden, who died in a carriage accident in 1876. ...Read more about "James Marsden and his Isel Farm"...
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