All Results in Tauranga Local History topics

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An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014
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An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014
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An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014
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An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors
2014
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An article appearing in the 1998 Tauranga Historic Village Museum Souvenir book.
2014
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An article appearing in the 1998 Tauranga Historic Village Museum "Souvenir Book: take a walk in living history".
2014
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An impossible dream come true. An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014
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These days the Bay of Plenty Times count’s itself among New Zealand's largest daily newspapers, but for many years its very existence was precarious and it came close to folding
2014
Genealogy Record
Tauranga settler Robert Hynds and his family lived on Hynds Road in the Gate Pa / Greerton area. This article was compiled with the help of Robert's grandsons, Grant Hynds
2013
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Lee Switzer captured the following images of Mauao and environs.
2014
Genealogy Record
The Brownlie family emigrated to New Zealand aboard the 'Mary Shepard' in 1864 and came to live in Tauranga. Elizabeth carried vivid memories of the New Zealand Wars time period
2014
Genealogy Record
John Angus Clark was brought to New Zealand by grandparents after the sinking of his Father's ship 'Helen' on Pitt Island in the Chattams 28 July 1857. The information in
2014
Genealogy Record
In October 2013 the 6th Battalion (Hauraki) Regimental Association Committee was successful in obtaining the medal of Major A. J. Mirrielees during a Wellington auction at a cost of $850.
2014
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In this article local historian Christine Clements examines Tauranga's link to Richard III of England, the last Plantagenet King.
2014
Genealogy Record
Colin McNaughton was a councillor in Tauranga.
2014
Person
Alf was born in November 1917, he came to Tauranga as an infant from Whakatane and like his father before him, became a well know photographer in the region.
2012, 1935, 1945, 1945, 1955
Genealogy Record
Karla Michele McCauley was a past student of Tauranga Girls' College. She died in 1997 at the age of 21. This article is written by Karla's older sister, Debbie McCauley.
2014
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Belfast Bakery was established by John Maxwell in Tauranga, 1870 and eventually taken over by his son George Maxwell in the early 1900s.
2014
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Hopukiore (Mount Drury) is rich in history with it's Māori burial caves and terraces providing evidence of historic Māori occupation. In 1842 and 1843 colonial troops (the 80th Regiment) were
2014
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This article describing the opening of the B.N.Z branch in Tauranga appeared in the December 1964 B.N.Z Staff Magazine (Vol 6, No. 5). Laurie Sanders remembers joining the branch on
2014