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What persuaded a party of Ulster Scots pioneers to leave their homes in the 1870s, and travel halfway round the world in search of a new life? Documentary maker John
2014
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Storekeeper Hugh McInnes Hardy was a victim of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic (Spanish 'flu). He died from influenza at sea on 5 September 1918 en route from New Zealand to
2014
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Tauranga butcher Frank Pentelow was a veteran of the South African conflict (Boer War 1899-1902). He signed up to serve during World War I and was reported missing in action
2014
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When long time Bay of Plenty resident Bernard Sladden died in 1961, his collection of rare books became the property of the Tauranga Historical Society. Because of the value of
2015
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Lieutenant Colonel Philip Harington arrived in Tauranga in 1864 as officer in charge of the 1st Waikato Militia. He later transferred to the Armed Constabulary with the rank of Inspector.
2016
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Harry Edwin Taylor abandoned his wife in New Zealand and made his way to Australia where he joined the Australian Imperial Force during World War I. He served under the
2014
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John Ellison worked as a bushman for Gamman's Mill at Omanawa Falls in Tauranga. Serving in World War I, he was killed in action during the Battle of the Somme
2014
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Tauranga farmer William Joseph Cunningham was part of the New Zealand No 1 Field Ambulance during World War I. He was killed in action on 12 October 1917 during the
2014
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Tauranga General Merchant and ship owner Ebenezer Goddard Norris had in store in Wharf Street. Story by Debbie McCauley.
2014
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Located in Harington Street, the Theatre Royal was the first theatre in Tauranga to show ‘living pictures’.
2011
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After recovering from a gunshot wound sustained whilst fighting at Gallipoli, Tauranga carpenter Samuel Pemberton was killed in action at the Somme in Northern France on 17 September 1916. Story
2014
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Mining agent and South African War (Boer War) veteran Ronald Tracey Matheson was killed in action during World War I in South West Africa on 27 April 1915. He was
2014
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Cherry Chamberlain wrote this account of her life at Katikati in 2003 with the assistance of Ken Smith and the Tauranga Historical Society. Her article was printed in the Bay
2014
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Doctor Joe was a much loved Katikati identity for over 40 years. His early years were scarred by his experiences in the concentration camps of NAZI Germany after the German
2013
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The first Fair in Katikati was held in 1885 on Easter Monday. This article appeared in the Bay of Plenty Times on 9 April 1885 (p 2).
2013
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Katikati events in 1879. Compiled by Katikati Historian Ellen McCormack (2013).
2013
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In 1915 Tauranga Harbour Board labourer Ernest Frederick Gordon Crisp was wounded in action whilst fighting at Gallipoli. His recovery took almost a year, and then he was sent to
2014
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Private Thomas Patrick Cullen received a gunshot wound to his abdomen whilst fighting in World War I. He died of his wounds at the 1st Australian Casualty Clearing Station in
2014
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George Henry Webbe Tobin was killed in action during the Battle of the Somme in Northern France on 15 September 1916, aged 31. He was buried in the Caterpillar Valley
2014
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This paper on Identity and the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864) was written by Debbie McCauley on 5 August 2011 as part of a BA in
2012