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The first Sharland
When James Henry Sharland stepped off the John Masterman ship on the 8th February 18571 he had his son James Frederick Sharland and his partner Julia Lazarus at his side....Read more about "The first Sharland"...
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"...
Wakapuaka Kāinga sites
*Wakapuaka Block – Original Native Title *In 1880 when Wi Katene Te Puoho, chief of Ngāti Tama died, the status of the more than 17,500 acres (7,100 ha)...Read more about "Wakapuaka Kāinga sites"...
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"...
Marlborough's wine story
The expansion of Marlborough's wine industry over the past three decades has changed the face of the province, but even the earliest European settlers saw the potential of...Read more about "Marlborough's wine story"...
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