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Pérrine Moncrieff, 1893-1979, was an important figure in New Zealand’s early conservation movement: a small, dynamic woman who achieved much in her lifetime. perrine moncrieff Perrine Moncrieff. Nelson Provincial Museum...Read more about "Perrine Moncrieff"...
Te Tau Ihu and World War II
The war years in Te Tau Ihu followed a decade of economic Depression. Regional development halted, austerity, shortages and later rationing were the order of the day. *The progress...Read more about "Te Tau Ihu and World War II"...
Charles and Rose Campbell
*Seaview Cemetery Block 10, Plot 199 & 200* Charles Cameron Campbell was born 9 April 1893 at Blue Spur, Gabriels Gully, Lawrence, Central Otago. He married Rose Agnes Fisher...Read more about "Charles and Rose Campbell"...
William Stud Bovey
William Stud Bovey, 1872-1917, was one of the eight Stoke men who died in World War One. He is commemorated on the Stoke Memorial Gates. William Stud Bovey....Read more about "William Stud Bovey"...
Marlborough Women and the Petition
On 19 September 1893, after submitting a petition[https://nzhistory.govt.nz/politics/womens-suffrage/petition] with nearly 32,000 signatures, New Zealand became the first self-governing country to grant women the vote. In most other democracies – including...Read more about "Marlborough Women and the Petition"...
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