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Johanna Bisley (Karsten) was born in Germany and came to Nelson with her family on the 'St Pauli' in 1843.

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Dates covered: 1899 - 1911     

The title page is inscribed "To Maggie from Father".

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Dates covered: 1848 - 1849     

Brasch was born in Dunedin in 1909, the son of Hyam, a lawyer, and Helene Brasch (nee Fels). Helene died when Charles was very young and he was brought up by his father.

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Dates covered: 1889 - 1973     

Diary of Charles Joseph Bridge, covering his outward voyage to Lyttelton on the 'Randolph' and early life in Canterbury at the Homebrook run, near Lake Ellesmere, from 1850-1865 (1 vol.). Also 5 volu

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1939      Contributor: Christchurch City Libraries     

George Brier enlisted in the British Army in 1864, and after brief training in Ireland he was sent out to New Zealand as a reinforcement to the 68th Regiment (Durham Light Infantry).

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1866     

3 Notebooks: My travels in New Zealand, May 1864 to Dec 1864, Jan 1865 to Jan 1866, Feb 1866 to Sept 1866, reprinted in the Journal of the Tauranga Historical Society (5:2-11, 6:1-6, 7:11-17).

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1866     

Mr J. Caffin was the publicity officer on the Canterbury International Air Race Council. The papers relate to the London-Christchurch (England-NZ) International Air Race in 1953.

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Dates covered: 1947 - 1953     

Printed by the Christchurch Press Company for the Canterbury jubilee celebrations of 1900, these passenger lists of the twenty-five ships chartered by the Canterbury Association to bring assisted immi

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1853     

Passenger lists of forty-nine of the immigrant ships chartered by the Canterbury Provincial Government between 1855 and 1874 to transport assisted immigrants to Lyttelton from Great Britain. The Prov

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Dates covered: 1855 - 1874     

Edward Palmer Chapman was a son of William Chapman. He first came to New Zealand on the "Simlah" in 1851, when he invested in sheep which he left with MacDonald.

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Dates covered: 1851 - 1864     

The record consists of a short description of a journey across the southern island of New Zealand from east coast to west coast and back from west to east coast, by Mrs.

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1939     

From A. H. Reed; postcards and a few letters; newspaper clippings (58 items). Includes descriptions during walking tours; publishing ideas and plans; personal philosophies; family news.

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Dates covered: 1914 - 1974     

Chilton Saint James is an Anglican boarding and day school for girls which was founded in 1918 in Lower Hutt by Miss Geraldine FitzGerald, who was its Principal for the first 21 years.

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Dates covered: 1917 - Current     

The journal of a voyage to Tasmania in the 'City of Hobart' between 23 March and 12 July 1854, by Dr Edward Clarke and his family, natives of Ipswich, England.

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Dates covered: 1854 - 1858     

The collection consists of papers relating to Clarke's experiences in South Africa as a Trooper with the IX New Zealand Contingent.

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Dates covered: Circa 1902 - Circa 1902     

Captain James Cook was born in 1728 in Yorkshire. Cook rose quickly throughout the ranks in seafaring, attaining position of mate in 1752 and master in 1757.

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Dates covered: 1768 - 1968     

This collection holds documents, objects, and photographs from the Counties Area branch of the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association Inc.

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Dates covered: 1988 - 2013      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

Andrew Hunter Cunningham sailed to New Zealand aboard the "Minerva" in 1859 with his wife, Mary Cunningham (nee Avery), and his sons James Alexander and Charles Avery.

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Dates covered: 1859 - 1873     

Records include two copies of the "Journal of a Voyage from Plymouth to Port Victoria, or Cooper or Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand; September 1850." Included is the first Canterbury lithograph dra

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1962     

This collection includes de Beer, Hallenstein and related family photographs and albums.

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Dates covered: 1892 - 1976     
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