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Azor Hoyt's Diary Transcript

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  • 1881 - 1868

Azor Hoyt, son of Loyalists James and Mary Ann (Belden) Hoyt, was born on the 13th of September 1770 and died on the 2nd of June in 1842, and is buried in St. Paul's Cemetery in Hampton, New Brunswick. Azor moved with his family at age six or seven to New Brunswick from Connecticut, USA. The Diary has been titled "Ice Out Past My House," and was kept by Azor until his death in 1842, and it appears to have been continued by his grandson, Isaac Ketchum Hoyt, until his death in 1855. The entries from 1855 to 1868 were most likely made by Isaac's son, John Allan Hoyt.

The History of French Village

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  • 1923

A History of French Village written by A.S. Beyea, divided into seven parts.

History of Apohaqui

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  • [1962?]

The History of Apohaqui was written by Mrs. W. N. MacAlpine and describes Apohaqui from 1780 to the 1960s.

History of Berwick

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  • [1961?]

A History of Berwick written by Mrs. Roy Ellison, beginning in 1772 and going until the late 1950s.

The Black River Road Tragedy

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  • 1869

The Black River Road Tragedy Full Report Of The Coroner's Inquest And The Trial of John A Munroe For The Murder Of Sarah Margaret Vail and Ella May Munroe, Saint John, N.B. It was printed by George WL Day, 46 Charlotte Street, 1869.

Communications - Trail, Portage and River In The Early Days Of New Brunswick

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  • [1964?]

Communications - Trail, Portage and River In The Early Days Of New Brunswick is an article written by Miss Grace Aiton. It begins in 1786 detailing George Leonard's first journey from Saint John to Pleasant Valley and ends with the telegraph line between Saint John and the Nova Scotia border in 1849, along the Westmorland Road route. Aiton's article details the many means of transportation and roadways in early New Brunswick.

"River Boats and Reveries" and "A Big Tree And A Little History"

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  • 1963 - 1970

"River Boats and Reveries" and "A Big Tree And A Little History" are two stories written by Robert M. Wood. Mr. Wood wrote "River Boats and Reveries" on November 1, 1969, for his niece in order to detail the use of steamships in the area, and also detail all of those, within his memory, that have passed away. It is a collection of stories focused on steamships. "A Big Tree And A Little History" Mr. Wood wrote on October 11, 1968 about a tree named "Prince of Wales" located near Harding's Point.

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