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"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.

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.

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 Atheneum Hall

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  • [19-?]

A history of Atheneum Hall, starting in the early 1860s to the 1920s detailing the ever evolving uses of the building. The first page of the history is missing. Author unknown.

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.

History of Corn Hill

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  • [19-?]

The History of Cornhill was written by Annabel Saunders and revised by Walter T. Stockton, Arthur D. Rouse and Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Rouse. It traces the history of Corn Hill from the first land grants until just after the First World War. It also includes a two page poem on Corn Hill, author unknown but presumed to be same as history.

Letter of Appreciation for the Reverend W.J. Bate

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  • 19 December 1904

A transcription of an expression of 'esteem and regard' from the members of the church in Hammond in 1904 to their departing reverend, W.J. Bate delivered by R. Chillis McMonagle, a Church Warden. W.J. Bate was the reverend for many churches in the Anglican Parish of Hammond River.

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.

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