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Havelock Pelorus River

Havelock Pelorus River

The logging along the river can be visually seen in this image. The Pelorus River was originally known as Te Hoeire by local Maori  after the first canoe to travel to the South Island. The river flows east until it enters Pelorus Sound at Havelock. The valley was the site of a massacre of Ngati Kuia and Ngati Apa Ki te Ra To by Te Rauparaha. European exploration and exploitation was begun by Lieutenant Chetwode of HMS Pelorus in 1838, who named both the river and the sound after his vessel.

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Message
Message:
Visited Easter 1919
Postcard Details:
Location:
Havelock
Province:
Marlborough
Country:
New Zealand