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Sugar Tree Cottage 14 South Street
Sugartree Cottage sits in the South Street, Heritage Precinct of Nelson. It is a Colonial cottage, built in approximately 1864. *South Street* South Street was originally known as Town Acre...Read more about "Sugar Tree Cottage 14 South Street"...
John Kidson 1808-1875
Gardener, Nelson settler, participant in Wairau Affray and New Zealand Company agitator John and Amelia Kidson both had secure jobs in England - he was a gardener at the...Read more about "John Kidson (senior) 1808-1875"...
Marsden House was built on Nile Street East in 1923. The land on which it sits has a longer history. The section, Town Acre 438, was purchased...Read more about "Marsden House"...
The Brownlees enterprise
William Brownlee, and later his son John's, sawmilling enterprise was far more of a struggle than most reports suggest[marlborough-nelson-timber-pioneers/]. The Brownlee family, with a number of close relatives, who...Read more about "The Brownlees enterprise"...
The Bishop Suter Art Gallery
The death of a bishop, and the determination of his widow to found a gallery in his name for the people of Nelson, led to the establishment of...Read more about "The Bishop Suter Art Gallery"...
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