Visions for Dunedin: Our Heritage, Our Future.

Visions for Dunedin: Our Heritage, Our Future
PUTTING YOUR BEST FACE FORWARD:
PHILIP DAVIS AND THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLE IN DUNEDIN
 
SPEAKER: Jeremy Moyle, originally from Christchurch, Jeremy has studied archaeology at both Otago and Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada. He has been involved with archaeological and heritage consultancy for the past five years and works as an archaeologist for Origin Consultants in Dunedin.
Dunedin's Victorian house facades are one of the most distinctive aspects of the city's streetscapes. In this presentation, Jeremy Moyle explores the significance of Dunedin's 19th-century architectural style through the story of Philip Davis, an English immigrant who settled in the city in the 1860s.

Tuesday, 20 October 2020 from 18:00-19:30
Dunningham Suite, 4th Floor, City Library

FREE

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SELWYN COLLEGE VISIT
WEDNESDAY 4 NOVEMBER 
WEDNESDAY 4 NOVEMBER at 11am
Guided tours with Warden Luke McClellan and College Chaplain Father Michael Wallace Vicar of All Saints Church
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(meet at archway entrance on Castle St) $5
  

Northern Cemetery Database

The burial records of the cemetery are available for inspection in the Information Gallery, and there are exhibits outlining the history of the cemetery and the lives of some well-known Dunedin identities buried here, including William Larnach, Thomas Bracken, and Thomas Hocken.

The most spectacular of the tombs in the cemetery is the newly refurbished Larnach’s tomb.

Link to Northern Cemetery Database

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