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Croquet in Nelson
Croquet was introduced to the Nelson area by the German immigrants[sitetree_link,id=65] who arrived on the Saint Pauli[http://www.nelsonmuseum.co.nz/early-settlers/voyageDetails.aspx?voyageid=42] and settled in the Moutere district. Croquet became the accepted pastime of colonists...Read more about "Croquet in Nelson"...
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 Fairfield graveyard, along with the popular Fairfield house was for a long time thought to be haunted (as are most graveyards). Nelson Cemeteries Nelson Cemeteries. Nelson City...Read more about "Fairfield Graveyard"...
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"...
The story behind the name When Edward Bisley subdivided the Tahunanui hillside in the 1920s, Nelson’s Leonard Day built many of the new homes. Among his houses were those...Read more about "Day's Track"...
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