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Edward Laney the baker and his daughter Ann
In the early years of Nelson life was tough for all. Days were long and hard for the settlers trying to build a town and a new and...Read more about "Edward Laney the baker and his daughter Ann"...
Early colonial life in Nelson
Nelson’s early Europeans Who were the first European colonists to Nelson? What kind of people were they? They were tough and inventive. Nelson’s first European houses were often built from...Read more about "Early colonial life in Nelson"...
Marlborough's Sacred Mountain The peak of Mount Tapuae-o-Uenuku, which can be seen from all over Marlborough - and from parts of Christchurch, Taranaki and Wellington on a clear day,...Read more about "Mt Tapuae-o-Uenuku"...
156 Nile Street
Milner House, Formerly “Sunnybank”, was built in approximately 1856 in the Georgian Style[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgian_architecture]. It has a Category B Heritage Listing[https://www.heritage.org.nz/the-list/details/1576]. About the area Like many other streets in Nelson, Nile Street takes its name from British...Read more about "156 Nile Street"...
Nelson’s Early Churches
The first settlers to Nelson brought with them a variety of religious beliefs and backgrounds. The system of hierarchy and emphasis on religion in immigrants' homelands were important, and...Read more about "Nelson’s Early Churches"...
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