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Dutch Settlement in Nelson
The 1950s Dutch migrants have been called a ‘lost generation[http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/dutch/page-3]', scarred by the disruptions and trauma of economic depression and military occupation in the Netherlands. On reaching their adopted country,...Read more about "Dutch Settlement in Nelson"...
Eelco Boswijk: Never a Dull Moment Eelco Boswijk Eelco Boswijk 19 Dec 1992. The Nelson Provincial Museum, The Nelson Mail Collection, C13423 Click to enlarge Listen to the...Read more about "Eelco Boswijk"...
The Anchor Inn
The original Anchor Inn building was built in 1856 on Haven Road[haven-road-and-fountain-place/] near Auckland Point[auckland-point-market/]. Prior to the land reclamations of the 1950s, Haven Road was a narrow, waterside thoroughfare...Read more about "The Anchor Inn"...
Rev. T.D. Nicholson
The Rev. Thomas Dickson Nicholson was the first Presbyterian Minister of Nelson and Marlborough. Rev. T.D. Nicholson Rev. T.D. Nicholson, Marlborough Museum Click to enlarge He was born at...Read more about "Rev. T.D. Nicholson"...
Percy Adams and his gates
Percy Adams Memorial Gates, Wakapuaka Cemetery Percy Bolland Adams was born in Marlborough on 5 March 1854. His fatherWilliam Adams[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc05Cycl-t1-body1-d2-d2-d2.html], owner of Langley Dale[http://www.heritage.org.nz/the-list/details/1479]1 station, was a Lawyer, was briefly the Marlborough...Read more about "Percy Adams and his gates"...
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