Collection MC 263 - St. Croix Courier Clippings

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St. Croix Courier Clippings

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  • 1897-2016 (Creation)
    St. Croix Courier

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3.1cm of Textual Records.

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Administrative history

The St. Croix Courier is a newspaper that covers that Charlotte County, New Brunswick, and Washington County, Maine areas. It began publication in October 14 1865, and on March 4 1978 began publishing supplementary weekend issues called Courier Weekend. The newspaper is currently published by Advocate Media, a Nova Scotia-based media company. The St. Croix Courier markets itself as one of the only independent reporting voices in New Brunswick.

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This collection contains clippings and photocopies of articles from a local Charlotte County newspaper called the St. Croix Courier. The topics of these articles can include events from local Charlotte County history, special ceremonies or meetings, important places, obituaries and death notices, and news. Some standout articles include a souvenir album on the visit of Prince Charles and Princess Diana to St. Andrews, articles on how the Queen's Jubilee was celebrated in St. Stephen, and an article on people from Charlotte County who moved to California for the Gold Rush. There is also a document on the history of this newspaper.

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Mostly good, there are a few tears and folds in some of the papers, and some articles from older issues are becoming faded and brittle.

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  • English

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