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"An Uncompleted Journey"

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  • December 1961

This document contains some of the history of Hampton and surrounding areas.

"As You Like It"

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  • February 24, 25, and 26 (No Year)

A slip of paper advertising William Shakespeare's "As You Like It" directed by Andrew Garrod at Saint Johns High School Auditorium at 8:00 pm. Ticket prices were advertised as $3.00 and students $2.00.

"Cheese - processed out along way"

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  • April 26 1978

A newspaper article titled "Cheese - processed out along way," from The Kings County Record. The article details the history of cheese production in Kings County, from 1892 to 1978.

"Curling Over The Years"

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  • April 26 1978

This newspaper article from The Kings County Record was written by Barbara Scott and details the curling career of Mr. Alan MacGowan, as well as a bit of the history of curling in New Brunswick.

"H. A. Cody: Parson And Poet"

This article is one of a two part series written by Ted Jones, who at the time was a teacher at Fredericton High School , and was working on a full-length biography of H. A. Cody. This first part details the first part of Rev. Cody's life up until his marriage to Jessie Margaret Flewelling, in 1905.

"Kennebecasis Park, Renforth & Appleby Shipyard, Winter Road From Saint John to Fredericton"

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  • ? - 1965-10-01

"Kennebecasis Park, Renforth & Appleby Shipyard, Winter Road From Saint John to Fredericton" was an address given by Mrs. Hendry O. McLellan on October 28, 1965 to Kings County Historical Society in Sussex New Brunswick. Her address is about the local history on the Western end of Rothesay Parish from the 1800s to the late 1960s.

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