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Secondary Schools' History Prize winners 2013

Secondary Schools' History Prize winners 2013

Year 12 and 13 winners of the Palmerston North Secondary Schools History Prize in 2013. Submitted work must use local archives in their research. The prizes wer...

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Date
November 4, 2013
Place
4 The Square, Palmerston North
 
ANZAC Day quilt

ANZAC Day quilt

This ANZAC Day quilt was created by staff and customers of the Palmerston North City Library in 2017. Each year it is hung in the library around the ANZAC Day t...

 
Awapuni Music, Tea and Tales

Awapuni Music, Tea and Tales

On Wednesday 3rd November 2021 River Stop Awapuni held an event at Boho Cafe to celebrate the Awapuni neighbourhood, as part of city-wide Local History Week cel...

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Date
November 3, 2021
Place
Palmerston North
 
Headstone - Mary Ann Charles

Headstone - Mary Ann Charles

This headstone is in Terrace End Cemetery. Mary Ann Charles was the wife of Enoch Frederick Charles, born in Sweden in 1843. By 1871 Enock owned a section at W...

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Date
February 15, 2022
Place
Palmerston North
 
Headstone - Meritini Te Panau

Headstone - Meritini Te Panau

This image of a headstone was taken at Terrace End Cemetery. The oldest Māori headstone in the cemetery is that of Meritini Te Panau, a member of the Te Awe Aw...

 
Headstone - Henry Watkin Waite

Headstone - Henry Watkin Waite

This image of a headstone was taken at Terrace End Cemetery. The first public school in Palmerston North opened on the corner of Main and Princess streets in 1...

 
Headstone - Hui Fee Tak

Headstone - Hui Fee Tak

This image of a headstone was taken at Terrace End Cemetery. There was a small Chinese presence in Palmerston North from the earliest years of European settlem...

 
Headstone - Lydia Harris Burr

Headstone - Lydia Harris Burr

This image of a headstone was taken at Terrace End Cemetery. Lydia Hoskins arrived in Nelson with her parents in 1850. In 1855, when she was 17 the family arra...

 
Headstone - Monrad family

Headstone - Monrad family

This image of a headstone was taken at Terrace End Cemetery. Bishop Ditlev Gothard Monrad was Prime Minister of Denmark in 1864. By 1866 he was purchasing land...

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