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Nellie Scanlan, author
Ellen Margaret Scanlan, 1882-1968, New Zealand's most widely read popular novelist of the 1930s and 1940s. She was born in Picton on 15 January 1882, of Irish Catholic...Read more about "Nellie Scanlan, author"...
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"...
Mary Isoline Watson, wandering washerwoman
Mary Watson, 1906-1968, married at an early age and settled on a farm at Seddon. Here she became Marlborough's first woman motor cycle rider. mary watson Mary Watson. Image supplied...Read more about "Mary Isoline Watson, wandering washerwoman"...
Margaret Churchward, business woman
Margaret was born in her family's Nelson Street home in Blenheim in 1915, as the only child of William and Lucy Churchward. William was a well known lawyer...Read more about "Margaret Churchward, business woman"...
Bickleen Fong, author
Ng Bickleen Fong (1931-1998) “This country is no longer a place of sojourn, but my home.” bickleen Bickleen Fong. Image supplied by author Bickleen Fong was born in Canton, coming to...Read more about "Bickleen Fong, author"...
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