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135 Tasman Street
135 Tasman Street is a Colonial cottage, built approximately 1864, with a category 2 Heritage listing. *The area* Tasman Street is named for the Dutch explorer, Abel Tasman[sitetree_link,id=84]. This street...Read more about "135 Tasman Street"...
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"...
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"...
Tākaka's First Library
On 7th June 1869 the Nelson Evening Mail carried a notice that the ship Icon from London was carrying one case bound for the Tākaka Public Library(1). Where this library was...Read more about "Tākaka's First Library"...
Nelson School of Music
A Unique Vision When Nelson's European settlers wanted music, they had to make it themselves. By 1852, the small Nelson community, then numbering more than 2000, had formed a...Read more about "Nelson School of Music"...
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