Socialising Land Rents — Government Land Sales Example

Canterbury Rail-era from 1857

Canterbury provincial government Superintendent statue. The inscription on the stone plinth reads: William Sefton Moorhouse to whose energy and perseverance Canterbury owes the tunnel between port and plains.
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