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The Tyree brothers, Fred (1867-1924) and William (1855-1924) were the sons of William Tyree, a shoemaker From Surrey, England, who emigrated to Otago, New Zealand in 1871. William (senior)...Read more about "Tyree Brothers"...
The School Journal in Renwick
Every child educated in New Zealand will have more than a passing acquaintance with our national treasure: school journals. A creative incubator for the likes of Rita Angus[http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/exhibitions/ritaangus/], Margaret Mahy[http://www.bookcouncil.org.nz/writers/mahym.html] and James...Read more about "The School Journal in Renwick"...
*Scottish town on the Wairau Plain * Scotsman, Dr Thomas Renwick, was the ship's surgeon on the Thomas Harrison, which arrived in Nelson in 1842. He bought Dumgree in the Awatere in 1848,...Read more about "Early Renwick"...
Millers Acre, sits beside the Maitai River[maitai-valley/] and is in the heart of, what is now, Nelson City. It has been put to a number of uses over the...Read more about "Millers Acre or Taha o te Awa"...
English settler Edmund Buxton, with his wife and family of six daughters, commissioned architect William Beatson and builder Mr Holland to create their home. It was completed about 1855,...Read more about "Broadgreen House"...
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