When the Canterbury Association’s first settlers arrived in Canterbury at the end of 1850, they found the preparations included a jetty – to which they were ferried from the ships anchored in the harbour – and an immigration barracks. But the Sumner Road (left background) was not finished, and settlers had to walk over the Bridle Path (foreground) to reach Christchurch.
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Alexander Turnbull Library
Ink on blue laid paper by William Fox
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