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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 listing.[https://www.heritage.org.nz/the-list/details/1584] 24...Read more about "24 Richardson Street"...
The Apple Industry
Hard Graft for Early Apple Growers Apples have been planted in the Nelson/ Tasman region since the arrival of the first European settlers, who found that apple trees flourished...Read more about "The Apple Industry"...
Blick Cloth is reputed to be the first woven cloth in New Zealand. It was also known as Nelson Cloth or Nelson Tweed, and was 'described as 'good...Read more about "Blick Cloth"...
Maori and education
Pre-European Māori learned by oral methods which developed strong memory skills and powerful oratory. Early European visitors and settlers admired Māori intelligence. Dieffenbach (1839) wrote: Greenwood, Sarah: The Motueka...Read more about "Maori and education"...
John and Mary France
Picton, or Waitohi (Pa)[sitetree_link,id=195] to the Te Atiawa who occupied the site, was a rugged, hidden community in its early days. The area was virtually unexplored by Pākehā, even...Read more about "John and Mary France"...
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