Favourite sites

Christchurch Uncovered: Exploring Christchurch’s past through archaeology
City Walks: Guided walks exploring the history, people, and streetscapes of Dunedin
Clarke’s Quill: The blog of historian Alison Clarke,  whose work has focused on nineteenth-century New Zealand, and social and cultural history.
Early New Zealand Photographers:Includes images and information about particular studios
Dunedin Flat Names Project: Looks at the ‘sometimes ephemeral, sometimes enduring, phenomenon of the named Dunedin student flat’
Dunedin Time Travel: A great way of exploring Dunedin places ‘then and now’.
History Challenges: Church History Project – Synod of Otago and Southland New Zealand
History Geek: New Zealand history through ‘a collage of ephemera, snapshots, documents and historical misadventure’
The Hocken Blog: From the Hocken Collections, University of Otago
Hooper’s World: The Basil Hooper Project Group page
Longwhitekid: Explores the history of the New Zealand’s popular consumer culture
The Lothians: An eclectic appreciation of things old, stately, quirky or simply of historical interest
Mason & Wales Architects: Award-winning architectural practice (the oldest in New Zealand)
Olveston Stories: Another side of Dunedin’s historic house
Photo-Sleuth: Old photographs, photographers, and their subjects
Presbyterian Research: Sharing New Zealand’s Presbyterian heritage
Te Ara Signposts: Showcasing entries and resources from the Encyclopedia of New Zealand
Timespanner: ‘A journey through Avondale, Auckland and New Zealand history’
University of Otago 1869-2019 – writing a history: Snippets from Ali Clarke as she researches and writes a new official history of the university
And on Facebook (a page I contribute to): Upright! Exploring Dunedin’s Built Heritage

2 thoughts on “Favourite sites

  1. megdavidson55

    Thanks for promoting my Hardwicke Knight site David! Built in Dunedin is a great blog and a I’ve put a link to it and your other groups on my site. I hope I will get quicker at the codex as time goes on. Whew. I admire your energy keeping your groups constantly primed with new stuff.

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