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Nelson essentials - water and sewage
‘Bright pure water’ and sewage New Zealand’s early cities reeked of rotting rubbish, dead animals and excrement, and water sources were often contaminated. By contrast, Māori settlements were hygienic, with special sites for toilets and for dumping rubbish, and...Read more about "Nelson essentials - water and sewage"...
Asbestos and the Chaffeys
A place to hide was what the Chaffeys sought when they moved to the Cobb Valley in Nelson's remote northwest mountains. It was their desire for solitude, and...Read more about "Asbestos and the Chaffeys"...
Gold was known in the Wangapeka district since the late 1850s.1 However, although an award was paid in 1861 to prospectors for the discovery of gold in the Wangapeka district,...Read more about "Wangapeka Gold"...
Edward and Ann Cresswell nee Eyles
*Seaview Cemetery, Stoke, Block 24: Plot 470 * Seaview Cresswell The gravestone of Edward and Ann Cresswell Edward, aged 15 a labourer, arrived on the Mary Ann[http://www.museumnp.org.nz/early-settlers/voyageDetails.aspx?voyageid=4] in February 1842 along...Read more about "Edward and Ann Cresswell nee Eyles"...
Robinson Bros of Stoke
Robinson Bros in Main Road Stoke was originally an export orchard set up in 1910 by Thomas Robinson. Thomas was born in Clough, Northern Ireland in 1845...Read more about "Robinson Bros of Stoke"...
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