p. 3 Editorial / Cushla Scrivens
p. 5 Peanuts or beef? A walking challenge / Dorothy Pilkington
p. 11 Manawatū's First World War camps, 1914-1919 / Tim Shoebridge
p. 22 Heirs of Rochdale: the Manawatū Co-operative Society and its founders / Margaret Tate p. 30 An early Manawatū surveyor: Charles Adnam Mountfort / Marilyn Wightman
p. 35 'No imitations more exact and pleasing': wax flowers under glass / Fiona McKergow
p. 41 A sound investment: Sir James Prendergast and his Fitzherbert estate / Lucy Marsden
p. 48 Signs of the times part two: naming Feilding's streets 1879-1894 / Dorothy Pilkington p. 58 Samuel Jickell: an engineer for the future / Donald G. Irvine
p. 67 William & Collingwood, 'Servant of the Borough' / Dawn Isles
p. 74 Canvas adds comfort: tenting in early Manawatū / Lesley Courtney
p. 76 Palmerston North Heritage Trust Prize for Year 13 History for 2012: the Māori Battalion Memorial Centre / Nicholas Rowell.
p. 83 "Hokowhitu" by Garry O'Neill / reviewed by Cushla Scrivens
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