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Background Antonio Wett was an early resident of Nelson, arriving there in about 1866. In the following 44 years, until his death in 1910, he married, had a family...Read more about "Antonio Wett"...
Tuao Wharepapa and the land around it Mt Arthur and the Tableland have played host to gold prospectors, graziers, botanists, skiers, trampers, tourists, artists, a Bishop, and Henry and...Read more about "Mount Arthur and the Tableland"...
N. W Jellyman (1895-1917)
In May of 1916, Norman Jellyman enlisted in overseas service reportedly in Wellington as he wanted to do his part in the conflicts which were painted across every...Read more about "N. W Jellyman (1895-1917)"...
The last quarter of the 19th century was a period of stability in Nelson, which had become the busiest provincial port in New Zealand and a major commercial...Read more about "Trafalgar Park"...
Kehu - Guide Extraordinaire
Kehu described himself as Ngati Tumatakokiri, his father Tamane’s tribe, although he was also Ngati Apa / Ngai Tahu through his mother Mata Nohinohi. Tumatakokiri dominated the South Island northwest...Read more about "Kehu - Maori Guide Extraordinaire"...
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