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Havelock was a goldrush town which, for a short time, nurtured two of New Zealand’s greatest scientists: Sir Ernest Rutherford[sitetree_link,id=246] and Sir William Pickering[http://www.royalsociety.org.nz/publications/reports/yearbooks/year2004/obituaries/william-pickering/]. Havelock SS Manaroa HM1009 The...Read more about "Havelock"...
St John The Evangelist Church at Hira
The Anglican Church of St John at Hira, formerly known as Happy Valley, sits on an acre of land donated by Mr. Hugh Martin. The site for St...Read more about "St John The Evangelist Church at Hira"...
Wakefield's Memorial Riwaka
Kaiteriteri/ Puketawai Reserve and Captain Wakefield’s memorial In August 2014 a pyramidal rock memorial, celebrating Captain Wakefield's[sitetree_link,id=468] landing in October 1841 and the arrival place of Riwakas' pioneer settlers in May...Read more about "Wakefield's Memorial Riwaka"...
The deer park in Todds Valley 1910-1916
When settlers arrived in Nelson in 1841 there were few animals or game birds readily available as a source of food. Some animals and plants were introduced in...Read more about "The deer park in Todds Valley 1910-1916"...
Charles Yates Fell and his Memorial
Charles Yates Fell was born in Nelson in 1844. He was the son of Alfred Fell, merchant and early settler, brother of the English politician Arthur Fell[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Fell] and grandson of...Read more about "Charles Yates Fell and his Memorial"...
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