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Nelson Public Libraries
The Nelson Public Libraries as we know them today consist of the Elma Turner Library[http://www.nelsonpubliclibraries.co.nz/library/opening-hours/elma-turner-library/], Nightingale Memorial Library[sitetree_link,id=440] and Stoke Library[sitetree_link,id=779]. The Library was one of the first to be established in...Read more about "Nelson Public Libraries"...
The deer park in Todds Valley 1910-1916
When settlers arrived in Nelson in 1841 there were few animals or game birds readily available as a source of food. Some animals and plants were introduced in...Read more about "The deer park in Todds Valley 1910-1916"...
John Sylvanus Cotterell
Surveyor, settler, explorer If John Cotterell had not been killed, in the Wairau Affray, at the tender age of 23, it is likely he would have become a person...Read more about "John Sylvanus Cotterell 1819-1843"...
Takaka Hill tracks and roads
This story provides additional information about early access over Takaka Hill.[the-lime-and-marble-of-takaka-hill/] Takaka Hill[assets/Your_stories/Takaka-Hill.jpg]Climber: Takaka Hill Road by chillicheese (Flickr image). Click to enlarge George Murray and party left Riwaka 25 April 1844...Read more about "Takaka Hill tracks and roads"...
Slavery in Colonial Times
As in many other cultures, slavery was a key element of Māori society. Mōkai (servants or slaves) were usually spoils of war, condemned to lives of drudgery, danger,...Read more about "Slavery in Colonial Times"...
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