3 edition of Historic buildings of Canterbury and South Canterbury found in the catalog.
Historic buildings of Canterbury and South Canterbury
|Statement||compiled by John Cattell for the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.|
|Contributions||New Zealand Historic Places Trust.|
|LC Classifications||DU430.C3 C35 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||86213257|
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Image Number: SChc Sugar Mill. Founded in , with one of the aims being to gather historical records of the Canterbury District, the Society has since the mid 's operated a Family and Local History Research Centre in the historic Beulah Vista home, located at 15 Church St. Canterbury.
"If you are interested in the history of Canterbury, religious history or social history you will find this place worth a visit." Learn More. going south on the main road coming from the Canterbury West train station "So much of the building is unchanged, including the building, the years old town records trunk. South Canterbury Manufacturers Association: Minutes, to South Canterbury Cricket Association minutes. Lodge of St George No 29 (Temuka) records. South Canterbury Branch, Historic Places Trust minutes South Canterbury Centre of Piping and Dancing records. South Canterbury Amateur Athletic club minute books &
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Includes index. "Second edition, "--Title page verso. Cover subtitle: New Zealand Historic Places Trust register of classified buildings. Historic buildings of Canterbury and South Canterbury: a register of classified buildings John Cattell, New Zealand Historic Places Trust Publishing Division of the Govt.
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The Federal-style house at 9 South Canterbury Road was built c and has a porch on the front and side that was added later. In the s, the house was owned by Marvin H. Sanger, a merchant, banker and politician.
According to the Illustrated Popular Biography of Connecticut (). Marvin Hutchins Sanger was born in Brooklyn, in Windham county, Ap Canterbury Buildings, a survey - Canterbury building Canterbury architecture Canterbury houses England English architecture building styles historical medieval mediaeval domestic architecture Saint Martins Canterbury Cathedral.
The above institutions may have genealogical and historical records on South Canterbury and refer to the libraries section on the New Zealand Bound site. To locate a book check the N ew Z ealand B ibliographic N etwork, an online computer system which links most public, university, government and other libraries in New Zealand to a central.
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Canterbury Cathedral: Canterbury Cathedral is the Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Cathedral is both a holy place and part of the World Heritage Site. It is the home of a community of people who seek to make the Cathedral a place of welcome, beauty and holiness.
Built aroundCanterbury‘s Center District School, on Canterbury Green, was a one-room schoolhouse, in use untilalthough some kindergarten classes were held there in the s. The building, also known as the Green Schoolhouse, was later used as the town’s library and, sincehas been restored by volunteers and furnished as an early 20th century district.
The Canterbury Historical and Archaeological Society (CHAS) has documented the building’s history: The current building at High Street was originally a late 16th century three storey jettied building with the current facade added in the. The Cathedral houses wonderful collections of silver, textiles, paintings and much more.
Some of these can be seen on display in the buildings; other items are held in the Archives and Library. The Canterbury Journey project aims to open us access to.
Canterbury (/ ˈ k æ n t ə b r i / (), /-b ɛr i /) is a cathedral city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, situated in the heart of the City of Canterbury, a local government district of Kent, lies on the River Stour. The Archbishop of Canterbury is the primate of the Church of England and the worldwide Anglican Communion owing to the importance of St Augustine, who served as.
Canterbury is famous the world over for its cathedral. The present building was founded by the Normans inbut the nave was rebuilt to the designs of Henry Yevele between and and the central tower, Bell Harry Tower, was added c The earliest Norman work is found in the crypt, the largest Norman crypt in Britain.
You can explore the history of Canterbury and the surrounding area, and you can research East Kent family history. The Library contains ab books and pamphlets printed beforeand an expanding collection of s books and serials published in.
"I would highly recommend every experience on offer: a relaxing lunch by the river, a guided tour of the house (complete with ghost stories!) and a peaceful walk through the ancient native forest." "In the middle of Riccarton, surrounded by a bustling neighbourhood, is an old homestead (oldest in all of Canterbury!) as well as a gorgeous heritage building, and a protected rainforest with.
The Canterbury Association (–): A Study of Its Members' Connections (PDF). Christchurch: Project Canterbury CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Cattell, John (). Historic Buildings of Canterbury and South Canterbury.
Wellington: Government Printing Office Publishing. ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv.About the Canterbury Region. For many its the connection with the outdoors, with mountains close by for hiking, biking, fishing and skiing. For others its the burgeoning cosmopolitan vibe of the city rebuild with its modern buildings, art spaces, restaurants and bars.
Historic Places Mid Canterbury deputy chair Nigel Gilkison said the Timaru Landing Service building on George St will be the first South Canterbury landmark to wear a large blue plaque detailing.