Dop 2008, Nelson seventh edition A5/256pp View our Art. Meet our people. Experience our place Take a creative tour of our inspiring region. Every day hundreds of Nelson artists paint, mould, turn, stitch and carve a piece of their soul. The accessibility and welcoming nature of our artists is something that Nelson pr... read more
The sixth edition of the Nelson Regional Guide Book "Art in its own place" has more than 200 colour pages of artists, crafts people, places to stay, eat, drink and generally make merry. Inspired by the beauty and diverse cultures of the region, the creative sector in Nelson is thriving and ever-changing. It has a wonderfu... read more
|Author:||William H Ritchie|
A collection of tales designed to entertain and amuse. They are all true stories. Most of the research work and collection of material for this book was carried out in 1964, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the Wakamarina Goldfield. But it was not until 1993 that the material was brought to the ... read more
This is a local reprint of Jim Henderson's famous book relating the romantic story of "the exiles of Asbestos Cottage, runaway lovers Henry and Ann Chaffey.
A rich collection of local biographies assembled for the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography but left out of that mighty tome due to lack of space. This volume will bring tremendous satisfation to those interested in local history.
The Heaphy Track has a long and rich history that stretches back to pre-European times. Archaeological evidence from the mouth of the Heaphy River indicates that Maori may have been present from the late 1400s during what is referred to as the Moa-hunter period, but perhaps not continuously. A route which roughly follows the ... read more