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Canada (Publication), 1867-1949

  • CA CCA MC 886
  • Series
  • [1967?]

A bundle of issues of “Canada”, a publication which contains articles from various Canadian newspapers in both English and French from earlier years in the country’s history. Created for Canada's Centennial Commission.

Castine Patriot August 11, 1983 and Castine Loyalist August 12, 13, 14, 1983

  • CA CCA MC232
  • Series
  • 1983-08-11 - 1983-08-14

Special editions of the Castine Patriot newspaper promote local activities to celebrate the re-enactment of the 1783 evacuation of Loyalists from Castine, Maine to St. Andrews New Brunswick ; articles provide a schedule of activities and a brief history of the Castine-St. Andrews connection with the Loyalist settlement in 1783. Two copies of the Castine Loyalist issue.

Charles Smith Collection

  • CA CCA 556
  • Fonds
  • 1789-1990

This collection contains documents belonging to Reverend Charles M. Smith of Rollingdam, New Brunswick, including both documents related to his research projects into local history as well as his duties as a Reverend. Documents related to these duties include marriage records for marriages performed by Charles Smith, and his notes and drafts for eulogies that were done at funeral services. Documents related to Charles Smith’s research projects include hand drawn and printed maps and drawings, published material and primary documents used by Charles Smith to support his research, and notes on church history, roadwork and early travel, local history, Charlotte County schools, and genealogical data. Also included are St. Croix Courier articles and essays written by Charles Smith, as well as the drafts for those items, and his correspondences, which include letters containing information related to his research and more personal letters.

Pagan Point Nature Preserve Articles and Flyer

  • CA CCA MC 868
  • Series
  • 2006-2007

This series includes a flyer for an opening event at Pagan Point Nature Preserve at Indian Point Park in St. Andrews, as well as a copy of an article from Refuge, the Nature Trust of New Brunswick Inc.’s publication, Vol. 15 No.1 on the Pagan Point Nature Preserve. This article describes the events that lead up to 30 acres of land at Pagan Point being donated to the Nature Trust of New Brunswick. Also included is a full copy of Refuge Vol. 15 No.1 as well as Vol. 15 No.3, which contains a short article on the opening of Pagan Point Nature Preserve.

The Nature Trust of New Brunswick Inc.

St. Croix Courier Articles on the History of St. Andrews

  • CA CCA MC 263
  • Series
  • 1979-1983

This series contains St. Croix Courier articles on topics related to the history of St. Andrews and the surrounding area. These include: an article on the story of the cannon that stood outside the St. Andrews town hall, an overview of archaeological research that has been done in the Charlotte County region, an article on Grace Helen Mowat and Cottage Craft, and the history of the railway companies in St. Andrews. Also includes a souvenir album on the royal visit of Prince Charles and Princess Diana to St. Andrews, and a few articles about things that happened during their visit.

St. Croix Courier

The Argosy Weekly, Issues from 1938

  • CA CCA MC 888
  • Series
  • 1938

A collection of issues of the Argosy Weekly, a newspaper for Mount Allison University. The types of articles that were printed in this paper include upcoming events, poetry and creative writing, sports, political discussions, world events, opinion pieces, humorous stories, club and society news, gossip columns, and other items of interest to students.

The Argosy Weekly

Women in History: Marie La Tour

  • CA CCA MC 871
  • Item
  • July 15 1989

An article from the July 15 1989 issue of The Daily Gleaner, which provides a brief history of Marie La Tour. Written by Dawn Leavitt, it is part of a series on historically significant New Brunswick women. Marie La Tour was the wife of fur-trapper Charles La Tour, and is famous for leading the defense of Fort La Tour against an attack lead by rival fur-trapper D'Aulnay Charnisay in 1645.

The Daily Gleaner