You searched for Hohapata Ka
All words containing three letters or less are ignored
Marlborough Women and the Petition
On 19 September 1893, after submitting a petition[https://nzhistory.govt.nz/politics/womens-suffrage/petition] with nearly 32,000 signatures, New Zealand became the first self-governing country to grant women the vote. In most other democracies – including...Read more about "Marlborough Women and the Petition"...
The Norgrove Sisters, signatories
*Emma (1848-1945) and Kate (1853-1927) Norgrove, signatories* Emma and Kate Norgrove moved to Blenheim as children with their parents in 1861. Norgrove sisters Norgrove family house. Image supplied by author When...Read more about "The Norgrove Sisters, signatories"...
Kate Cullen, signatory
Kate (Catherine) Cullen (1855-1938?) was 38 when she signed the petition. She was born inIreland in 1855, and probably came to New Zealand with her brother John (who later...Read more about "Kate Cullen, signatory"...
Georgina Penny, signatory
Georgina Penny (nee Blaymires), was born in 1868, the second daughter of Robert, a Picton settler, and Kate (nee Murray) Blaymires. Her grandparents were assisted immigrants who arrived in...Read more about "Georgina Penny, signatory"...
Bessie Te Wenerau Grace, educational leader
Bessie Te Wenerau Grace, 1889-1944, was the first Māori woman to receive a degree from a university. Bessie Grace Bessie Grace. Image supplied by author In the first half...Read more about "Bessie Te Wenerau Grace, educational leader"...
Page 45 of 57