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Slavery in Colonial Times
As in many other cultures, slavery was a key element of Māori society. Mōkai (servants or slaves) were usually spoils of war, condemned to lives of drudgery, danger,...Read more about "Slavery in Colonial Times"...
The first library in Golden Bay / Mohua appears to have been the Motupipi Library, housed in the original school in the township of Clifton. Although accounts for...Read more about "Motupipi Library"...
A communal lifestyle
During the 1970s, many alternative lifestylers established communes to escape materialism and the pressures of society. They were attracted to rural Tasman and Golden Bay by the beautiful environment,...Read more about "A communal lifestyle"...
The Nelson Club
The Nelson Club, 61-65 Selwyn Place, is a Gothic Victorian purpose-built clubhouse, built approximately 1903. It has a Category 2 Heritage listing[https://www.heritage.org.nz/the-list/details/1597]. The Nelson Cub was formed in 1874 and...Read more about "The Nelson Club"...
Fiery, ambitious Scotsman was ‘King of the Beaver’ Born in Caithness, in the north of Scotland,1 James Sinclair was described as a clear-headed, strong-minded Scotsman, who, by his dominating...Read more about "James Sinclair"...
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