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History of New Brunswick

Bay of Fundy Tides are INCREDIBLE!

History of New Brunswick
By James Hannay in 2 volumes (1909)
A History of New Brunswick for use in Public Schools
By G. U. Hay D. Sc. (pdf)
Robert Ferguson Scottish settlers monument
A Project by Caledonian Society of Restigouche
Seventy Years of New Brunswick Life, Autobiographical Sketches by William T Baird (pdf)
History Islands and Isletes in the Bay of Fundy
By J. G. Lorimer (1876) (pdf)

Saint John New Brunswick Canada

St Andrews
History of St. Andrew's Society of St. John, N.B. Canada 1798 to 1903
By L'Allen Jack, Late Recorder of the City of St. John (1903) (pdf)
Sir Howard Douglas
Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick

The New Brunswick Adventures Episode 1

Echoes from the Backwoods
Or Sketches from Transatlantic Life by Captain R. G. A. Levinge (Second Edition) (1847) (pdf)
The Life and Times of Sir Leonard Tilley
Being a Political History of New Brunswick for the past seventy years by James Hannay (1897) (pdf)
1783 - 1883 Foot-Prints
Or Incidents in Early History of New Brunswick by J. W. Lawrence (1883) (pdf)
Annals of the Diocese of Fredericton
By Ernest Hawkins, B.d. (1847) (pdf)
New Brunswick Scottish Journal
Got in the April 2017 issue.
Journal of the New Brunswick Society
For the encouragement of Agriculture Home Manufacturers and Commerce throughout the Province instituted at Fredericton, N.B., August 30, 1849 (pdf)
A Monograph of the Evolution of the Boundaries of the Province of New Brunswick.
(Contributions to the History of New Brunswick, No. 5.) By William F. Ganong, M.A., Ph.D. (Presented by Sir John Bourlnot, and read May 23rd, 1901.) (pdf)
New Brunswick Bibliography
The Books and Writers of the Province By W. G. MacFarlane, A. B. (1895) (pdf)
The Woods and Minerals of New Brunswick
Being a descriptive catalogue of the Trees, Shrubs, Rocks and Minerals of the Province, available for Economic purposes, prepared for use at the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia in 1876 by L. W. Bailey, Ph. D., Prof, of Natural History in the University of New Brunswick, and Edward Jack, Esq., C. E., Surveyor of Crown Lands (1876) (pdf)

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