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24 Richardson Street
Te Whare Rangi, formerly Te Puna Wai Lodge, at 24 Richardson Street, Nelson is a Victorian villa showing European influence, built approximately 1858. It has a Category 2 Heritage...Read more about "24 Richardson Street"...
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"...
Fairweather and Sons of Scott Street.
William Fairweather[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc05Cycl-t1-body1-d2-d21-d13.html] was born in Scotland to John and Isabella in about 1842. He came out to New Zealand in 1876 on the Rangitiki[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Bre01Whit-t1-body-d169.html] with his wife Christina McKay and daughter...Read more about "Fairweather and Sons of Scott Street."...
Early Nelson had no shortage of medical men, but providing medical buildings was much more difficult. The first hospital was a lean-to added to the side of the...Read more about "Cottage Hospital"...
135 Tasman Street
135 Tasman Street is a Colonial cottage, built approximately 1864, with a category 2 Heritage listing. *The area* Tasman Street is named for the Dutch explorer, Abel Tasman[sitetree_link,id=84]. This street...Read more about "135 Tasman Street"...
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