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Rebecca was the wife of Samuel Dawick, proprietor of Dawick's Buffet, the temperance hotel and restaurant in Rangitikei Street. The Dawicks were amongst the first ratepayers of the Borough of Palmerston North in 1877. They had two sons, William and Edward.

Rebecca was one of approximately 523 Palmerston North women who signed the Suffrage petition, submitted to Parliament in 1893.

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2007N_Pi70_PEO_1173
Title
Rebecca Dawick
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Public Photograph Collection
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Palmerston North Suffrage Signatory

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Palmerston North
Date
1879 to 1881

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Palmerston North City Library

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