Transportation and utilities

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  • Act or means of transporting from one place to another
  • Act or means of providing water, power, sewage, etc. to communities
  • Facilities and infrastructure

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Beaumont Quarry

Items are photographs of the Beaumont, NB quarry. Photographs show a variety of scenes including men working, grindstones loaded onto rail carts, building exteriors, stacks of finished grindstones, and the rock faces of the quarry.

Statement of Expenditure on Roads

Items are papers from the provincial Department of Public Works titled, “Statement of expenditure on Roads, Ordinary”. Willard Wry was listed as the commissioner on the form, and the type of work was listed as “dyking”. Three identical blank forms are also included.

Ann (Haley) Berman

  • CA CCA MC 867
  • Item
  • [194-?]

This series contains the papers of Ann (Haley) Berman including a scrapbook compiled by Ann with a detailed map of New Brunswick on the cover. Newspaper and magazine clippings collected in the scrapbook concern significant New Brunswick places and landmarks, people, and events from the 1940s. Some notable cut-outs include articles on Dochet, or St. Croix, Island, fires in St. George including a two-storey wooden frame 1800's house, customs officers at Upper Mills, lighthouse and fog stations in the Bay of Fundy and their keepers, the Home and School Association on Campobello, fishing in Blacks Harbour and other areas of the Bay of Fundy, and mysterious moose carcass near St. George. The scrapbook also contains clippings on the city of Saint John’s history, some of New Brunswick’s earliest settlers, famous families and individuals such as Lord Beaverbrook or Charles Saint Etienne de La Tour, New Brunswick hospitals and the Red Cross, hunting and fishing, and global events like post World War II talks between Britain, the U. S. and Russia.

Hatch family fonds

  • CA PANB MC207
  • Fonds
  • 1802-1920

This fonds consists of correspondence, records of commissions and appointments and accounting records pertaining to the Hatch family of Charlotte County, New Brunswick. The correspondence contains references to the war of 1812, the St. Andrews and Québec Railway, and the trading patterns of New Brunswick. There are several letters by David Owen about his affairs on Campobello Island.

With the exception of an account book of Christopher Hatch's affairs on Campobello Island, the bulk of the records belonged to Harris Hatch and his son. Records dated after 1894 concern the estate of Harris H. Hatch and his executor, Edmund Coakley.

Hatch family

Vorie's Seamanship and Navigation Book

  • CA THT 2012.4.2
  • Item
  • 1806

Item is a brown seamanship and navigation book containing information on projection, trigonometry, Gunter's scale, Mercator's scale, winds tides, keeping a ship's log lunar observations and sea terms.

McKenzie Family Collection

  • CA CCA MC5
  • Collection
  • 1820 - 1954

Many of the documents in this collection are related to the operation of George McKenzie's tidal mill and other business ventures in Mascarene, including business correspondences, legal affairs, shipping operations, orders, bills, and receipts. More personal correspondences involving the family matters of Hector and Julia McKenzie are also included.

McKenzie family (Charlotte County)

Waterloo (ship) fonds

  • CA PANB MC226
  • 1821-1826, [ca. 1885]

This fonds documents the timber trading activities of the ship "Waterloo" as transacted by its owners John Ward & Sons, of Saint John and their agents, between 1821 and 1826. It consists of a disbursment book that records the purchase of provisons and the hiring of labour for 10 timber voyages. Items and services purchased include foodstuffs, household supplies, insurance, rum, paint, oil, medical attendances, clothing, cartage, surveying, hauling and custom duties. For the most part, the names of the captains and seamen receiving wages, the amounts paid, and the type of labour performed are recorded. Occasionally expenses paid on the seamen's behalf, such as washing, tobacco, and rum are noted. Statements of sales of timber and cargo at Liverpool, statements of profit and loss, and accounts of cargos are also included.

A number of newspaper clippings, [ca. 1885], on a variety of subjects, such as shipping, steamboats, railways, bridges, politics, crime, and charitable organizations, relating primarily to the city of Saint John, were found tucked between the pages of the disbursement book. This material is also included with the fonds.

Waterloo (ship)

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