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James Herries Beattie (known as Herries) was born in Gore in 1881, the son of Scots immigrants James Beattie and Mary Roden, who arrived in Otago in 1862.

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Dates covered: 1848 - 1970     

Biography: The project was undertaken jointly by Nga Tutukitanga o Taieri and Mosgiel Library. Sharon Bray was the researcher.

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Dates covered: Circa 1997 - Circa 1997      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

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     

William Colenso was born probably on 7 November 1811 to Samuel and Mary Colenso, and was baptised on 13 December 1811 in Penzance, Cornwall, England.

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Dates covered: 1834 - 1903     

Norman Davis was born in Dunedin on May 16, 1913 and educated at Otago Boy's High School and Otago University.

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Dates covered: Circa 1930 - 1993     

Finlayson Park School is a large Primary school located at 85 John Walker Drive, Manurewa, Auckland. The school is very multicultural with students coming from a wide mix of cultural backgrounds.

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Dates covered: 1979 - 1995      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Mrs Shirley Maihi talks about her 35 year career in education in the South Auckland area, focussing in particular on her work at Finlayson Park School and the development and delivery of bilingual edu

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Dates covered: 2011 - 2011     

Dr Jane McRae is a research fellow in the Department of Maori Studies, University of Auckland.

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Dates covered: 2005 - 2005     

The New Zealand Geographic Board came into being with the passing of the New Zealand Geographic Board Act, 1946.

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Dates covered: 1915 - Unknown     

Interim entry. "New Zealand’s most accomplished, most durable, and most loved lexicographer, Dr Harold William Orsman CNZM (1928-2002), known to many simply as Harry O’" ('NZWords', no.

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Dates covered: 1950 - 2002     

William Henry Sherwood Roberts was born in Wales in 1834. He immigrated to New Zealand on the 'John Phillips' in 1855.

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Dates covered: Circa 1803 - 1916     

Recording of a workshop on the topic of Rongoà Màori (Maori Medicine) at Botany Library on 26th July 2014. The recording is of guest speaker Ngarona Toni Ida Renata, Ngapuhi ki Whangaroa.

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Dates covered: 2014 - 2014      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Edward Shortland arrived in New Zealand in 1841 and on 25 June succeeded James Coates as private secretary to the governor.

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Dates covered: Circa 1840 - Circa 1885     

Sound Archives is a not-for-profit entity, wholly owned by Radio New Zealand, New Zealand's non-commercial public radio network.

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Dates covered: 1935 - Current     

Sound Archives is a not-for-profit entity, wholly owned by Radio New Zealand, New Zealand's non-commercial public radio network.

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Dates covered: 1935 - Current     

Biography: JAMES STACK made his way to New Zealand in 1823, having come under the influence of Samuel Marsden while living in Sydney, Australia.

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Dates covered: Circa 1834 - Circa 1941      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

William Wakefield was the brother of Edward Gibbon Wakefield. He was the principal agent for the New Zealand Company and became involved in land dealings in New Zealand through this connection.

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1846     

W J WATKIN is probably the Rev William Jackson Watkin (1833-1909), Methodist minister, missionary and student of Maori.

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Dates covered: 1891 - 1891     

Biography: (see also ZARCH 41) John White was a scholar, writer, linguist and public servant. He arrived in New Zealand with his family in 1835, at the age of eight.

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Dates covered: 1853 - 1939     
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