ALBERTLAND HERITAGE CENTRE - MEMORIAL PARK, WELLSFORD
In the early 1860's William Rawson Brame had a vision to establish a classless, nonconformist society in New Zealand.
On May 29th 1862 the migrant ships "Matilda Wattenbach" and "Hanover" departed from the London Docks bound for the Albertland Settlement in New Zealand with the first of over 3000 settlers.
The Albertland Story chronicles their trials and tribulations.
The Heritage Centre at the Albertland and Districts Museum in Wellsford houses extensive records, memorabilia, artifacts, and other items relating to Albertland from the 1860's.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The Annual General Meeting of the Albertland & Districts Museum Inc will be held at the Museum,, Library Plaza, Port Albert Rd, Wellsford at 1.30 pm on Sunday 17th September 2017. Afternoon tea will follow the meeting.
Life members, current members, volunteers, friends of our Museum, and people interested in our Albertland history are invited to attend.
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