All Results in Te Puke History topics

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History of Te Puke Cemetery by D M Mutton with acknowledgement to Papers Past, National Library of New Zealand (July 2017).
2017
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A small envelop of historical images of Te Puke taken in the 1920s or 1930s.These were originally printed in Great Britain and sold by B.L. Veitch Bookseller and Stationer of
2014, 1915, 1925, 1925, 1935
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The Te Arawa canoe under chief Tamatekapua is said to have landed at Maketu from Hawaiki in c1350. The name Te Puke comes from Hei on the Arawa Waka – he called
2012
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Te Puke identity and family historian-genealogist Christine Clement is the author of eleven books covering topics such as Bay of Plenty history as well as family histories.
2013
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This article about Hera's Memorial is Te Puke is by Christine Clement. In 1921 Hera’s memorial was unveiled at the eastern end of the township. Due to road widening it
2016
Genealogy Record
Robert (Bob) Croxton was an old swagman that used to hang around Te Puke and was a great friend of the local children, especially the Jaffray family of Pongakawa Valley.
2016
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This article on the history of Te Puke's Jubilee Park / Jamieson Oval is by local historian and author, Christine Clement.
2012
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This article on the history of the Te Puke Hotel was written by local historian and author, Christine Clement.
2012
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This article by local historian and author, Christine Clement, appeared in the 'Focus Te Puke News Update' on 15 January 2010. It details the history of Te Puke's Capitol Cinema.
2012
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This article on how Colin McCahon left his mark on Te Puke was written by local historian and author, Christine Clement.
2012
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The 1918 Inflenza Pandemic (Spanish 'flu) was to leave it's mark on Te Puke. Victim's of the pandemic include the following from Te Puke:
2012