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156 Nile Street
Milner House, Formerly “Sunnybank”, was built in approximately 1856 in the Georgian Style[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgian_architecture]. It has a Category B Heritage Listing[https://www.heritage.org.nz/the-list/details/1576]. About the area Like many other streets in Nelson, Nile Street takes its name from British...Read more about "156 Nile Street"...
Education in Nelson - timeline
The Nelson Province played an important role in the history of New Zealand education. It was the first Province to initiate free public education, based on Matthew Campbell's[matthew-campbell/] secular school system, which became the...Read more about "Education in Nelson - 1842-2002"...
Nelson Literary Scientific and Philosophic Institute
*Nelson's Institute of Culture and Learning* "The finest libraries in the Dominion should be like fresh air and sunlight and education - free to everyone"; said Nelson's mayor, T.A.H....Read more about "Nelson Literary Scientific and Philosophic Institute"...
St Marys Catholic Church Nelson
The first Catholic Mass in Nelson was held in May 1844. The Church’s first chapel was built on Sion Hill (now Shelbourne Street) at a cost of £40. In...Read more about "St Marys Catholic Church Nelson"...
Kate Cullen, signatory
Kate (Catherine) Cullen (1855-1938?) was 38 when she signed the petition. She was born inIreland in 1855, and probably came to New Zealand with her brother John (who later...Read more about "Kate Cullen, signatory"...
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