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Bainham A History by Carol Dawber
Bainham, in the southwest corner of Golden Bay, is the gateway to the Heaphy Track and the Kahurangi National Park. Settled by goldminers, the isolated community grew as the sawmills came and the land was cleared for farming. This book is about the goldminers, sawmillers and farmers, the settlers who ...Show more
Harvest of Grace: Essay in Celebration of 150 Years of Mission in the Anglican Diocese of Nelson by R. Bester (editor)
The Anglican Church was the first and largest denomination to be active in the colony of New Zealand. The Anglican Diocese of Nelson was established in 1857 and Nelson's first Bishop, Edmund Hobhouse, was installed on 28th April, 1859. Over more than 150 years, successive Bishops of Nelson have made the ...Show more
Construction of the Cobb power scheme began in 1935 and continued for twenty-two years. This is the history of the scheme itself, but also of those who designed, built and ran the scheme from its inception to the present day.
Christmas Notecard $2.00 by William H Ritchie
A collection of tales designed to entertain and amuse. They are all true stories. Most of the research work and collection of material for this book was carried out in 1964, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the Wakamarina Goldfield. But it was not until 1993 that the materi ...Show more
A Palce to live: The Tasman district a community profile by Harris, Jill
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This book aims to portray some of the strands of past and present that show what we were and where we are going.- Taken from introduction.