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Constantine and Fanny Dillon
Constantine Dillon (1813-1853) and Fanny Dillon (died 1896) Constance Dillon Constance 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"...
Haven Road and Fountain Place
For many decades Haven Road had a distinct estuary character. At low tide the mudflats and changing channels of the Maitai River were exposed, while full tide inspired picture-postcard...Read more about "Haven Road and Fountain Place"...
The Murchison Earthquake
*Shaky Ground* For centuries before Europeans arrived, Māori had experienced rū whenua - ‘the shaking of the land'. According to Māori tradition, earthquakes are caused by the god Rūaumoko (or...Read more about "The Murchison Earthquake"...
It was a love of science and the foresight of a Nelson philanthropist, Thomas Cawthron, that led to the establishment of an institute that is now a world...Read more about "The Philanthropist and the Cawthron Institute"...
It is thought Māori used the Tasman region as a rich food and flax resource from as early as 1350 AD.1 However, a lack of archaeological evidence suggests...Read more about "Early Richmond"...
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