You searched for Early Pioneers
All words containing three letters or less are ignored
Literary Nelson – books and newspapers
One of the first bookshops in the country was opened in Nelson - by Charles Elliott, in August 1842. Since then bookshops have been an important feature of...Read more about "Literary Nelson – books and newspapers"...
We are familiar with considering at a national level whether our creative literature reflects a New Zealand ‘‘voice’’ or story, but less so at regional or local levels. Devanny...Read more about "Jean Devanny"...
The Southern Cross at Woodbourne
*The Southern Cross Arrives to a Tumultuous Welcome in September 1928* Alongside the aeroplane Southern Cross Alongside the aeroplane Southern Cross [Woodbourne], 1928 Alexander Turnbull Library, 1/2-022623-F [Permission of...Read more about "The Southern Cross at Woodbourne"...
Nelson Literary Ramble
This walk takes you on a literary tour of Nelson. Take a real or virtual stroll around the streets and find out more about the places you pass...Read more about "Nelson Literary Ramble"...
Nelson/ Tasman's ground-breaking pottery There is some evidence that the use of clay may date back to early Māori settlement, but the history of clay use in the Nelson...Read more about "Nelson Pottery"...
Page 21 of 99