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1905 Sackville Hockey Team Photograph

  • CA THT 2010.4.9
  • Pièce
  • ca. 1905

Item is a framed photograph of the 1905 Sackville Town Hockey team with their Provincial Championship trophy pictured in the centre.

J. L. Black & Sons Ltd. Store Inventory

  • CA THT 2010.7.3
  • Pièce
  • [195-?]

Item is black-covered inventory book for the J. L. Black & Sons Ltd. store located in Middle Sackville

J. L. Black & Sons Ltd. Store Inventory

  • CA THT 2010.7.3
  • Pièce
  • [195-?]

Item is black-covered inventory book for the J. L. Black & Sons Ltd. store located in Middle Sackville

Jonathan Barlow IOU Note

  • CA THT 2010.3.1
  • Pièce
  • 18 September 1792

Item is a handwritten IOU note dated 18 day of September 1792, stating "New Brunswick currency with interest," signed by Jonathan Barlow and "Botsford" listed as witness.

Etter Family Bible

  • CA THT 2011.15.38
  • Pièce
  • Unknown

Item is a brown-covered family bible used by the Etter family for religious purposes. The cover is engraved with gold lettering and images. Bible contains the Old and New Testaments.

1821 Wheldon Land Deed

  • CA THT 2011.17.1
  • Pièce
  • 18 January 1821

Item is a property deed transferring 300 acres of land between Sackville/Dorchester from "Christ Richardson & others" to "Jn. [John?] Wheldon"
Single piece of paper is folded into a booklet

Marsh Barn Photographic Print

  • CA THT 2014.8.3
  • Pièce
  • Unknown

Item is a decorative photograph featuring horses, 'Marsh barns' and the Tantramar marsh in the background

Azor Hoyt's Diary Transcript

  • Pièce
  • 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

  • Pièce
  • 1923

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

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