Fonds - The Eagle's Nest

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The Eagle's Nest

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Nid d'Aigle

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  • 1707 - 1965 (Creation)

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0.5 cm of textual record.

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The fond for the Eagle's Nest (Nid d'Aigle) of Kars is comprised of a written report of a talk given by Mrs. Hendry O. McLellan of East Riverside New Brunswick to the Kings County Historical Society in Sussex New Brunswick on October 28th 1965, and the other is a collection of notes made from papers in possession of Helen Adams by Catherine McLellan, September 1962.

The Eagle's Nest or Nid d'Aigle was the home of a distinguished French family who lived there in the early eighteenth Century it local ore holds that it was also a French military post during the French period.

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  • English

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Vault, Box H-17

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