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Maori heritage The earliest human footprints across the Mahitahi floodplain, upon which Nelson City now sits, belong to the tangata whenua and manawhenua tribes of Whakatu[whats-in-a-name-wakatu-or-whakatu/]. What is now Alton Street...Read more about "Alton Street"...
The Picton volunteers
In early Pakeha settlement, the tradition of a voluntary military service was carried over from England, and a Volunteer Corps[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc02Cycl-t1-body1-d1-d19-d7.html] was formed in New Zealand, mainly because of the perceived threat...Read more about "The Picton volunteers"...
Nelson's aviation history
Aviation’s influence on Nelson has been profound. With challenging road access, no outside rail link and the barrier of Cook Strait, Nelson had the reputation of being a ‘sleepy...Read more about "Nelson's aviation history"...
Takaka Hill tracks and roads
This story provides additional information about early access over Takaka Hill.[the-lime-and-marble-of-takaka-hill/] Takaka Hill[assets/Your_stories/Takaka-Hill.jpg]Climber: Takaka Hill Road by chillicheese (Flickr image). Click to enlarge George Murray and party left Riwaka 25 April 1844...Read more about "Takaka Hill tracks and roads"...
Bartlett's Creek Cottage
Cob homes were a popular building type in the greater Marlborough area with well preserved examples such as Riverlands Cob Cottage[https://www.marlboroughmuseum.org.nz/home/about/cob-cottage] and the Molesworth[sitetree_link,id=536] homestead. Tucked neatly away up the North-bank...Read more about "Bartlett's Creek Cottage"...
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