3 edition of Awatere, a district and its people found in the catalog.
Awatere, a district and its people
A. L. Kennington
|Statement||by A.L. Kennington ; foreword by Alister McIntosh.|
|LC Classifications||DU430.A85 K46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||238 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||81483466|
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Marlborough’s history is the stuff of legend, full of stories with local, national and international significance. We have archaeological evidence of the first landing of people in New Zealand at the Wairau Bar circa , Captain James Cook’s meeting with Māori at Ship Cove in , and a unique history of moa hunters in the Wairau Lagoons and whale hunters in the Marlborough Sounds. Long before Marlborough’s world famous wine industry took hold, the land provided for its people in many ways. Read how early Māori thrived around the plentiful riches of the Wairau Lagoons, how flax was turned into money and how Blenheim/Te Waiharakeke received its first nickname, Beavertown.
For years the people here lived proudly from the sea, but now its waters are not safe. Waste from industry threatens their very existence unless, somehow, they can learn a new way. But they will learn nothing without someone to teach them, and their school has no teacher—until one man gives a year of his life to the island and its people. Rulewater and Its People; An Account of the Valley of the Rule and Its Inhabitants [Tancred, George] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rulewater and Its People; An Account of the Valley of the Rule and Its Inhabitants.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: p.,  p. of plates: ill., maps, ports. ; 22 cm. Contents: The Maori in the Awatere --Nelson and the Awatere --Founding of Flaxbourne --The Awatere sheep runs --Overland to Canterbury --Pioneering times, --Tracks, roads and accommodation houses --Closer settlement: Blind River, Starborough and Richmond Brook.
The Māori in the Awatere --Nelson and the Awatere --The founding of Flaxbourne --The Awatere sheep runs --Overland to Canterbury --Pioneering times, --Tracks, roads and accommodation houses --Closer settlement in the Awatere --Township and community affairs --Transport and communications --Industries and commerce --Rabbits --Droughts.
The Faulted Terrace Sequence at the Grey River, Awatere Valley, South Island, New Zealand,Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Wellington, New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, Volume 7, Number 4: pages w by Lensen, G.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Awatere Information Centre, Seddon, Marlborough, New Zealand. likes 1 talking about this 9 were here. Awatere Community Information Office provides information, travel arrangements, internet 3/5(2).
The book includes his autobiography, various poems he wrote and essays. From the reading, Awatere Picked this up last year when in New Zealand and just got around to finishing it. As I'm writing/doing research on indigenous participation in the world wars, this is an excellent source/5.
Arapeta Marukitepua Pitapitanuiārangi Awatere (whose name is also recorded as Te Arapeta Pitameirangi Marukitepua Awatere) was born on 25 April at Tūpāroa, on the East Coast, to Petuere Wī Hēkopa Awatere, a farmer of Te Whānau-a-Hinetāpora hapu of Ngāti Porou, and his wife, Hēni Hautao, also known as Hēni Pratt (Parata).
The Awatere River is a large river flowing through Marlborough, New g along the trace of the active Awatere Fault, it runs northeast through a straight valley to the west of the Inland Kaikoura valley is parallel with that of the Clarence River, 20 kilometres (12 mi) to the south.
It flows for kilometres (68 mi) from its source in the mountainous interior to. The Awatere Fault is an active dextral (right lateral) strike-slip fault in the northeastern part of South Island, New forms part of the Marlborough Fault System, which accommodates the transfer of displacement along the oblique convergent boundary between the Indo-Australian Plate and Pacific Plate, from the transform Alpine Fault to the Hikurangi Trench subduction zone.
Nestled in the heart of Marlborough wine country, where vineyard rows march all the way to the foothills and the mountains, is the small town of nded by vineyards and wineries, and in close proximity to Blenheim and Marlborough Airport, Renwick offers a brilliant work and play lifestyle within the welcoming atmosphere of a small town community.
Frederick Trolove () was an early European settler who established Woodbank Run, located south of the Clarence River. Most of what is known about Trolove, comes from his letters (which can be found at the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington).
Awatere Information Centre, Seddon, Marlborough, New Zealand. likes 9 were here. Awatere Community Information Office provides information, travel arrangements, internet and is an advisory. the Awatere Valley is now the second-largest wine subregion in the country, with three and a half times the production of the much-vaunted central otago region, which actor Sam neill does so much to brag about.
The returns have been uneven across the Awatere district – some don’t feel part of its prosperity. Peter Williams QC has also written about Awatere in is his book “The Dwarf Who Moved” (). At the time of the indictment, Awatere was an acknowledged war hero, the highest polling Auckland City Councillor, and an Auckland District Māori Welfare Officer.
Rulewater Its People. You Searched For: but generally return-these all find a place in this history of the district. In whatever part of the world this book falls into the hands of a Rulewater man or one who is united to this district by the ties of ancestry or kindred, I trust its perusal may have the effect of intensifying his love, and.
Today much of Seddon’s farmland has been transformed into vineyards and there are a number of wineries close by.
This includes the Awatere River Wine Company, which planted the first grapes in the Awatere Valley in the s, and the enormous Yealands Estate, recognised as the world’s most sustainable winery.
From the Marlborough Sounds in the north to the Nelson ranges in the southwest, the Marlborough District contains some of the most diverse scenery in New Zealand. The Peppertree luxury accommodation just outside the town of Blenheim offers some of the region’s finest 5 star rated hotel accommodation.
Read on and discover a little about the. The deforestation of the upper Awatere catchment, Inland Kaikoura Range, Marlborough, South Island, New Zealand The Awatere: a district and. its people. This book brings together an. The Awatere A District And Its People by A.
Kennington. Marlborough A Provincial History edited by A. McIntosh. $50 - 80 93 Various Four South Island Topographical Volumes The History Of. District—The Clarence. Bounded to the northward by the dividing range between the rivers Clarence and Awatere; southward by the river Clarence; eastward by the lake McRae and the run applied for by George Williams, Esq.; mid extending as far westward or up the river Clarence as will make ten thousand acres.
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Rulewater and its People is an unusual resource for those wanting to know about life in rural Scotland including the villages and estates like Bedrule, Spittal-on-Rule, Abbotrule, Hobkirk, Bonchester, Hallrule, Bullerwell, Town O' Rule.
Hawthornside, Harwood, Stonedge, s: 4.Book digitized by Google from the library of New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.Ms Awatere Huata had two children from a previous marriage. Her membership of the Act Party in came as a surprise to many but she was named on the party list and appointed education spokeswoman.