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Early Jewish Settlement in Nelson
Jewish traders were recorded in New Zealand as early as 1829, and these were probably sealers and whalers[marlborough-sounds-whaling/]. There were a number of Jewish shareholders in the New Zealand Company[new-zealand-company/]...Read more about "Early Jewish Settlement in Nelson"...
Sunnyside and the Fells
The house called Sunnyside, located in Nelson's "dress circle[http://www.theprow.org.nz/]", and completed in 1854, was built for Alfred Fell, a prominent, mid-19th century Nelson citizen. The house forms the basis...Read more about "Sunnyside and the Fells"...
The Tangata Whenua Tribes of Te Tau Ihu
Three of the eight tangata whenua tribes in Te Tau Ihu (Rangitane, Ngati Kuia and Ngati Apa) are of Kurahaupo waka origins; three (Ngati Toa, Ngati Koata and...Read more about " The Tangata Whenua Tribes of Te Tau Ihu"...
Endeavour Inlet and the Antimony Mine
Endeavour Inlet was so named by Captain James Cook[ship-cove-and-captain-cook/] after his ship Endeavour, which anchored in Queen Charlotte Sound in 1770. At the time this, and other bays near...Read more about "Endeavour Inlet and the Antimony Mine"...
State housing in Nelson
State housing in New Zealand, 1905-16 In 1905 The Workers' Dwellings Act was passed to allow central government construction of houses for workers on Crown land, appropriated under...Read more about "State housing in Nelson"...
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