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Renwick House was originally called Newstead, and was the home of Sir David Monro from 1864. Monro was an active member of the Nelson Institute as well as...Read more about "Renwick House"...
Lure of gold - Aorere
A few specks of gold, found in the Aorere Valley by a musterer in October 1856, saw more than 2000 men flood into Massacre Bay over the following...Read more about "Aorere gold"...
The Prow is a living heritage resource, which aims to develop interest in and knowledge about the Top of the South. We aim to work with teachers to develop...Read more about "Resources"...
The Anchor Inn
The original Anchor Inn building was built in 1856 on Haven Road near Auckland Point. Prior to the land reclamations of the 1950s, Haven Road was a narrow,...Read more about "The Anchor Inn"...
John Wallis Barnicoat
Surveyor and Speaker of the Nelson Provincial Council Born in Falmouth, Barnicoat was articled as a civil engineer before immigrating to New Zealand as a cabin passenger on the...Read more about "John Wallis Barnicoat 1814-1905"...
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