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Nelson Historical Society Journal, Volume 1, Issue 4, December 1959

[Nelson Historical Society Inc. Advertisements]

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Nelson Province, 1642–1842

From Discovery to Colonisation

By A. N. Field

The Nelson doings of Tasman, Cook and Durville in their own words; whaling day episodes; the tangled tale of the founding of Nelson and discovery of the Haven; a story packed with interest, never before brought together under one cover, and much of it previously untold.

144 pages with Index

Price 4/- (if posted 4/3)

Produced for the 1942 Centenary, the sale of this book was checked by the onset of the black-out, barbed-wire period of the Pacific War. Its publishers, Messrs A. G. Betts and Son Ltd., Nelson, have generously donated 500 copies to the Nelson Historical Society. The entire proceeds go to the Society's funds.

Get your copy from the N.H.S. Secretary, c/o Messrs Wilkins & Field, Hardy Street, Nelson, and help your Society along.

The Society aims to preserve all early records of Nelson and to this end will appreciate gifts of material such as:—

1.N.Z. Company Publications.
2.Nelson Provincial Council Publications.
3.N.Z. Government Publications such as:—Gazettes, Hansards, Parliamentary Papers, etc.
4.Old diaries, letters, etc.
5.Early newspapers, cuttings, obituary notices, etc.
6.Books and pamphlets published in Nelson or about Nelson and any publications having a reference to Nelson.
7.Early maps, plans and sketches.
8.Photographs, portraits, paintings, drawings of Nelson or Nelsonians.

The Society's rooms at the rear of the A. and N.Z. Bank, Hardy Street, entrance alongside Public Trust Office, are open on Fridays 10–12 noon, Monday and Tuesday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30.

Further copies of these Journals may be obtained from Nelson Historical Society Inc. c/o P.O. Box 12, Nelson. Price 3/-.