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Kōkōwai (red ochre), obtained from clays rich in iron and aluminium silicates, was highly prized by Māori; depending on chemical composition, reds, oranges, yellows and browns were produced. Onekaka...Read more about "Kokowai"...
The pioneers of the Hope Valley are commemorated by a memorial at Glenhope. The small rock cairn was originally erected by the Owen Women’s Institute in 1935, close to...Read more about "Glenhope Pioneers"...
36 Brougham Street
36 Brougham Street is a post-Victorian property, built approximately 1925. It has a Category 2 Heritage listing and shows arts and crafts influence. About the area The streets around Brougham...Read more about "36 Brougham Street"...
Colonial furniture makers in Nelson
Furniture for a colonial life The colonial settlement of Nelson was among the first in New Zealand to establish a furniture making industry and examples of colonial furniture from...Read more about "Colonial furniture makers in Nelson"...
New Zealand Company Surveyor, Politician and Quaker Samuel Stephens sailed from England on the Whitby in 1841 with Arthur Wakefield, and they became close friends. As they sailed near the...Read more about "Samuel Stephens (1803-1855)"...
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