Lenses.Onto.Land (Local History Week)

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Presented by Margaret Tennant

From Harry Miller extolling the beauty of the birdsong and bush around Āpiti (while energetically chopping it down), to Merv Hancock cycling around Palmerston North while earning his Scouting badge on knowledge of the city: in its eighteen years of publication the Manawatū Journal of History has published many articles showing the complex ways in which families and individuals have interacted with the land. Margaret Tennant will discuss some of their experiences of developing a sense of place, noting as well, the silences around stories told.

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