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GIANTS OF THE MIRAMICHI

INDIAN HERCULES IN THE TIME OF THE PIONEERS

An Indian Fete Day – The Mic-Macs and the British- The Red Man, Entrapped, Surrenders, Tales of Adventure Among Traders and Settlers.

The history of the first...

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SOME OLD LEDGER LEAVES.
MEMORIES OF ST. JOHN AS IT WAS IN FORMER DAYS.

Recollection of an Old Timer ln Respect to the Early Days of the City—How Some of the Well Known Sites of Today Were Occupied.

In the year 1861 a series of...

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BOYS IN THE OLDEN TIMES.

THEIR HOME AND SCHOOL LIFE COMPARED WITH NOW.

Substance of a Jubilee Address to the Pupils of the North End Catholic Schools. Some of the Advantages of Living in These Days

On the occasion of the...

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IN DAYS OF THE PIONEERS
BEFORE OLD ST.MALACHI’S WAS A CITY LANDMARK

The First Mass Know to Have Been Said in St. John after the Landing of the Loyalists-A Glimpse of the Early Times in this City

When the Loyalists landed at St. John...

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MANY SIGNED THE PLEDGE
THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT OF SIXTY YEARS AGO

Father James Dunphy’s Work in St. John origin of the Catholic Total Abstinence Relief Society An Old Time Procession

Father Matthew began his great work of temperance...

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FATHER ENNEMOND MASSE.

THE FIRST EUROPEAN WHO MADE HIS HOME AT ST. JOHN.

He came from Port Royal to Learn the Indian Language. A Missionary Whose Name is Held in Honor…His Monument at Québec

A little over four miles from the...

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Records of Chignecto

The Late John Palmer, Esq. (Continued)

“The First school I went to,” Mr. Palmer stated to the writer, “was taught by Ebenezer Cutler at Dorchester Island. I attended in the evenings, after teaming all day. Dillworth’s...

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Reminiscences

A Chapter in the Early History of Nova Scotia

A Paper Read by Miss Eliza Frame at the Entertainment At Shubenacadie, July 17th, in Aid of Auxiliary of the W. F. Missionary Society.

Nine years before the settlement of...

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Records of Chignecto

The Late John Palmer, Esq.

John Palmer came of good stock. His father held a commission in the British service, was a loyalist, and was amongst the thousands of those who preferred banishment in a northern wilderness...

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Fifty Years Ago.
A Glance at the Party Legislation at New Brunswick. The Trials and Labors of the Political Grandeurs of the Province.

As had been said before, Nova Scotia was divided and New Brunswick created a separate province in 1786...

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The Seigneury of Chipody,
A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF ALBERT COUNTY.
First European Settlement on the Petitcodiac.—Beginning of the Lumber Trade,
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In the autumn of 1700 the buildings were erected and occupied; the...

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The Seigneury of Chipody.
A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF ALBERT COUNTY.
New Accessions to Chipody.-The First Water Mill.-Progress of Settlement.
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“It may be remarked" continued Des Gouttins to the Royal Government that...

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The Pioneers of Westmorland.

The Landing of the American Loyalists.—The Emigrant Road Settlers.- Sackville Census.- The First Baptist Church here.—Toler Thompson and his Great Undertaking.

CONLUDED.

In the year 1783, or about 20...

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The Seigneury of Chipody.

A CHAPTER OT THE HISTORY OF ALBERT COUNTY

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The Seigneury of Chipody.
A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF ALBERT COUNTY,
The Seigneur of Chignecto Claims Chipoudy.
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When Thibedaux landed at Port Royal he was not a little astonished at the charges made by De Villeu...

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The Pioneers of Westmorland.

Judge Botsford’s Lecture.-The German Settlers.-Contest between the Acadians and DesBarres.-The Yorkshire Influx.-The Landing of the American Loyalists.-The Emigrant Road Settlers.-Sackville Census.-The First Baptist...

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The Seigneury of Chipody.
A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF ALBERT COUNTY.

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Jean Francois Brossard and his wife were captivated with the beauty and richness of Chipoudy, and he took up more land (at Hopewell Hill) than his son...

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The Seigneury of Chipody.
A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF ALBERT COUNTY.
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During the summer of 1702 the people of the two settlements of Chipoudy and Petitcodiak [Petitcodiac] visited often; on Sundays the young wives, on...

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The Seigneury of Chipody,
A Chapter in the History of Albert County.

1698.—Religious Habits and Education of French Canadians. - Progress of Settlement of Chipody. - The Seigneur of Beaubassin claims this Domain.

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The Seigneury of Chipody.
A CHAPTER OT THE HISTORY OF ALBERT COUNTY.
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The two settlements at Hopewell Hill and Petitcodiac were (1700) composed entirely of the sterner sex, and wives were a prime necessity. These were...

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History of the Black's.

The public is indebted to Cyrus Black, Esq., of Amherst, for a welcome and valuable addition to local history—a carefully compiled record of the posterity of William Black, who settled in this country in 1775, and also a...

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ECHOES FROM OLD ACADIA
II.
AT THE ST. CROIX MOUTH.
BY CHARLES G. D. ROBERTS.
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No small part in the making of “the Maple Leaf Land” was played by the seaward sister provinces which together formed Acadia....

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Local History.

The Pioneers of Westmorland was the subject of a lecture delivered at Moncton, on 16th, by Judge Botsford. A very full report appears in the Times. The Judge has exhibited a good deal of research, into the history of Westmorland—a...

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THE ACADIAN TRAGEDY.

At the head of the Bay of Fundy, on the Isthmus that joins Nova Scotia, or the Acadian peninsula, to the mainland, stands a hill which once bore the name of Beausejour. On this hill, overlooking on one side ho great marsh of...

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