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Wreck of the Queen Bee
The Queen Bee was a wooden barque of between 700 and 800 tons. A fine, roomy ship, she was one of the earliest vessels to bring immigrants to...Read more about "Wreck of the Queen Bee"...
Trooper Leonard Tarrant and his Memorial
Trooper Leonard Mathews Tarrant and the Tarrant Memorial, Motueka Quay Leonard Tarrant was born 8 February 1871 to Henry Alexander Tarrant and Katherine, nee Saxon, in Brightwater. He came to...Read more about "Trooper Leonard Tarrant and his Memorial"...
Marj Matthews of Redwoodtown
Matriarch of Redwoodtown Marj (Marjory) Matthews, who died on 15 February (2011), had a good nose for business and a keen eye for property, and was the driving force...Read more about "Marj Matthews of Redwoodtown"...
The Prow Newsletter, Issue 9, Summer 2012/2013 Korero from the Prow. In this issue: Newsletter or social media[#tweet]? User statistics[#statistics] Te Tau Ihu and the Taranaki Wars[#taranaki] Maori...Read more about "Newsletter 9"...
Te Rae o Karaka or Karaka Point
Te Rae o Karaka Historic Reserve occupies a narrow headland that juts out into Totaranui (Queen Charlotte Sound), between Waikawa and Whatamango Bays. It is situated on what is...Read more about "Te Rae o Karaka or Karaka Point"...
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