Manawatū Journal of History

The Manawatū Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatū area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually.

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Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 1

Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 1

Contents - Editorial: Cushla Scrivens Pete the pedlar - remembered by many - Dorothy Pilkington 'A desire for the beautiful' The Manawatu Arts and Crafts Club 1911 - 1932 - Margaret Tate Local identities organised the first rugby game in New Zealand - Clive Akers A Palmerston North Childhood 1926 - 1939, Mervyn Hancock interviewed by Margaret Tennant William Wescombe Corpe: 'Father of the butter industry' - Catherine Birch Sister Ellen Iris Schaw: Army sister and farmer - Richard Rawstron How things were: Growing up in Palmerston North 1912 - 1929 Donald Perrin as told to his daughter Carol Markwell Miranui - A gracious Edwardian house in Russell Street - Brian Mather Henry Hickford of Rongotea - Paul Hickford 'Massey seems to be in his blood' - Sir Alan Stewart and the development of university education in Palmerston North - Lucy Marsden Heritage Park, Kimbolton - Scion of Massey Agricultural College - Gregor Yeates Gravel pits of Palmerston North - Garry O'Neill From occasional to organised: Team sports in Palmerston North at the beginning of the twentieth century - Geoff Watson Where are the lads? Request for information Māori information resources at Massey University Library - Spencer Lilley See real history take your visitors to these Manawatu museums The Manawatu Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatu area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually. Conditions of use: This journal is made available for personal use, study and research and all articles remain copyrighted to their original authors. For permission to reuse or publish please contact: The Editor, Manawatu Journal Associates, PO Box 1702, Palmerston North 4440.

 
Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 5

Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 5

Contents: Editorial - Cushla Scrivens Spending a Penny: Public Rest Rooms for Women in Palmerston North and Feilding - Dorothy Pilkington Veteran Curator: Charles Hirtzel and the Manawatu Philosophical Society Museum - Fiona McKergow Olga Maria Monrad: Danish Pioneer, Mother and Wife - Lise Toenner Researching the History of a House: A Glimpse of Early Feilding - Cushla Scrivens The Choral Societies of Palmerston North - Graham Parsons A Post Office Preserved - Margaret Tate A Life in Photography - Ivan Mandahl, as told to Betty Williamson The Palmerston North Squash Club: The Golden Early Years - Grant Smith Request for Information: The Bridle Track - Noelene Wevell Book Reviews: Monro: The Life and Times of the Man who Gave New Zealand Rugby by Clive Akers (Reviewed by Lucy Marsden) We See What Your Mean... A History of St Dominic's School for Deaf Children and the Catholic Deaf Ministry in New Zealand by Dorothy Pilkington (Reviewed by Kathy Broadley) Terrace End: The Story of Palmerston North's First Suburb by Garry O'Neill (Reviewed by James Watson) Notable Lives - Brian Mather, Jim Lundy The Manawatu Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatu area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually. Conditions of use: This journal is made available for personal use, study and research and all articles remain copyrighted to their original authors. For permission to reuse or publish please contact: The Editor, Manawatu Journal Associates, PO Box 1702, Palmerston North 4440.

Creator
Date
2009
Place
Manawatū
 
Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 4

Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 4

Contents: Editorial - Cushla Scrivens Refuge for Thousands: The Role of Manawatu After the Hawke's Bay Earthquake - Dorothy Pilkington James Baxter Fleck - Alice Hunt-O'Keefe A Forgotten Hero - Margaret Tate Roy Alstan Lippincott and His Massey Agricultural College Buildings - Lucy Marsden Henry Billens: A Pioneer Palmerston North Photographer - Hewitt Billens Totara Reserve: A Window into Manawatu's Environmental History - Catherine Knight In Her One Hundredth Year: Mary Jane (Molly) Atkinson - Morva Croxson The Communist Catalyst - Andrew N Watson Retrieving History: The Palmerston North Sculpture Trust / The Coach House Museum: The Guy Gallery The Manawatu Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatu area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually. Conditions of use: This journal is made available for personal use, study and research and all articles remain copyrighted to their original authors. For permission to reuse or publish please contact: The Editor, Manawatu Journal Associates, PO Box 1702, Palmerston North 4440.

Creator
Date
2007
Place
Manawatū
 
Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 2

Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 2

Contents- Editorial: Cushla Scrivens A farmhouse becomes famous - Margaret Tate I learnt from the nuns: A study of music teaching offered by the Sisters of Mercy in Palmerston North - Graham Parsons The Alwyn Physical Culture Club: 'Yours for health and happiness' - Joy Cullen Accomplishments and other educational advantages: Private schools in 19th century Palmerston North and Feilding - Dorothy Pilkington A place of birds: Ohakea Airbase - Paul Gibson Women who wanted the vote - Palmerston North and the petition for the franchise - Noeline Penny On the frontier: The 1871 small farm settlement of Sanson - Dale Bailey Douglas Hastings MacArthur: A man of probity and worth - Cathy Clarke A Palmerston North Childhood 1926 - 1939 Mervyn Hancock interviewed by Margaret Tennant The promise of work and a new life: The story of the Bielskis of Rangiwahia - Fay Bagnato Notable lives: John Bevan Ford, Stan Jenkins Research repositories - Compiled by Noelene Wevell The Manawatu Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatu area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually. Conditions of use: This journal is made available for personal use, study and research and all articles remain copyrighted to their original authors. For permission to reuse or publish please contact: The Editor, Manawatu Journal Associates, PO Box 1702, Palmerston North 4440.

 
Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 3

Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 3

Contents - Guest editorial: Dorothy Pilkington Through the shop window: Claude Dixon's original and artistic retail displays - Fiona McKergow Connections: The Russells of Wharerata and their origins - Lucy Marsden Women at work at the Manawatu Knitting Mills - Jill White The Romney King: Ernest Short and Parorangi - Dorothy Pilkington Doctor John Batten Smith: Doctor, coroner & registrar of Foxton - Faith Green Geoff Watchorn Palmerston North sportsman - Brian Mather & Margaret Weir Memories of Tiritea schooldays between wars - Kathy Love Promoting science and technology over a century: The Manawatu Branch of the Royal Society of New Zealand - Gregor Yates Essay - If stones could speak - Margaret Tate Request for information: The battlefield nurse from Levin and other New Zealanders in the Spanish Civil War - Mark Derby Book reviews: 'Carncot - The first one hundred years' by Dorothy Pilkington (Reviewed by Rowena Taylor), 'The decline and fall of a pioneer cottage' and 'A history of the Moonshine Valley, Aokautere, Palmerston North' by PJ Collins (Reviewed by Cushla Scrivens) Manawatu Historical Societies The Manawatu Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatu area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually. Conditions of use: This journal is made available for personal use, study and research and all articles remain copyrighted to their original authors. For permission to reuse or publish please contact: The Editor, Manawatu Journal Associates, PO Box 1702, Palmerston North 4440.