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Stories from the Top of the South

Welcome全民彩票官网下载 to The Prow, a website featuring historical and cultural stories from Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough. 

Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka a Maui is the Māori name for the top of the South Island. Legend tells us that Te Tau Ihu was the prow of Maui's waka, or canoe, from which he fished up the North Island.

Join our voyage and discover more about the history and stories of Te Tau Ihu. Search or browse the theme pages, our timeline or the map location feature,  add your own story, comment on any story, subscribe to our newsletter or follow us on Twitter. Contact us for further information or to provide feedback on our stories.

The Prow is a collaboration between the Nelson City, Tasman and Marlborough District Libraries, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology and The Nelson Provincial Museum.  Images are supplied by supporting institutions, please check their terms of use.

Prow Features

A commemoration to mark the onshore encounters between Māori and Europeans during the first voyage of James Cook and the HMS 'Endeavour' in 1769 to Aotearoa. The central event is the Tuia 250 Voyage with a flotilla of waka hourua, va’a tipaerua and tall ships sailing the coast from October to December 2019. The flotilla visits Waitohi/Picton 21-26 November. Find Prow stories which describe first encounters in Te tau ihu o te waka a Maui.

Top of the South Timeline

Find a story or an event using our timeline feature

Resources

Includes curriculum resources for teachers, Nelson Historical Journal, Nelson Photo News and more..

Newsletters

Find out more about the prow and its stories in this series of newsletters……

Story of the Day Friday 05 June 全民彩票官网下载

全民彩票官网下载Just An Old Marlborough Man And His Daughter.

Thomas Maddock and Lucy Knight of Marlborough


Thomas Maddock and his daughter Lucy were early settlers in the region. Their lives illustrate the enterprise and challenges typical of those of many early settlers


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  1. 10 days ago
    This information was surprisingly, it really helped my understand the Maori's perspective. read more
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    Bernard Gapper is my Great Great Grand father . read more
  3. 27 days ago
    The reference to Meihana Kereopa evidence here is incorrect. Both the Maori and English versions... read more

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