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Table of Contents, Rev. December 19, 2018

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  1. New Brunswick Pictures from About 1890 – Dec. 19, 2018
  2. New Brunswick Pictures, 128 Years Ago – Dec. 12, 2018
  3. New Brunswick Photographs for Prospective Tourists, 1905 – Dec. 5, 2018
  4. Sketches on the Nepisiquit in Around 1860 – Nov. 28, 2018
  5. The Acadians in Massachusetts and Other Colonies – Nov. 21, 2018
  6. The Acadian Exiles – Unwelcome in Pennsylvania – Nov. 14, 2018
  7. The Magical Coat, Shoes, and Sward – Nov. 7, 2018
  8. Thirty Nice Pictures of New Brunswick in About 1882 – Oct. 31, 2018
  9. Northern and Eastern New Brunswick in 1831 – A Neglected Territory – Oct. 24, 2018
  10. From Saint Martins to Saint John in 1843-Ships Being Built all Along the Coast – Oct. 17, 2017
  11. How to Get a Grant of Crown Land in New Brunswick, in 1884 – Oct. 10, 2018
  12. Fredericton, Saint John, and Thereabouts in 1831 – Oct. 3, 2018
  13. Immigrants to New Denmark and Andover, New Brunswick, in 1884 – Sept. 24, 2018
  14. Saint John, New Brunswick, and by Steamer to Fredericton in 1892 – Sept. 19, 2018
  15. New Brunswick’s Eastern Shore and the Moncton Area in 1894 – Sept. 12, 2018
  16. Impressions of an Officer Stationed in Halifax in 1830 – Sept. 5, 2018
  17. Let Us At Least Have a Rudimentary Education System – Aug. 29, 2018
  18. Champlain in 1605: Exploration, Adventure and Murder – Aug. 22, 2018
  19. New Brunswick in Pictures, 1920 – Part 2 of 2 Aug. 15, 2018
  20. New Brunswick in Pictures, 1920 – Part 1 of 2 – Aug. 8, 2019
  21. The Nova Scotia Question – Aug. 1, 2018
  22. Blog Post #400: Maine versus New Brunswick; Complaints and a Call for Action – July 25, 2018
  23. Remembering the Escuminac Disaster of 1959 – July 18, 2018
  24. A Sportsman’s Guide to Sunbury and Queens Counties, 1898. Who to See – July 11, 2018
  25. The Indian who was Transformed into a Megŭmoowesoo – July 4, 2018
  26. Edward Mitchell Bannister, a Prominent Artist From Saint Andrews – June 27, 2018
  27. The Historic Trappist Monastery at Tracadie, N.S., and the Antigonish Area in 1892 – June 20, 2018
  28. God is in His Heaven and All’s Well With New Brunswick – June 13, 2018
  29. Ten Years of Discord in Acadia: And so it Goes – June 6, 2018
  30. Were Taxes too Low in the 1820’s to Promote Industry? – May 30, 2018
  31. The Adventures of Ababejit, an Indian Chief and Magician of the Micmac – May 23, 2018
  32. John Gyles, His Times and How he was Captured – May 16, 2018
  33. An Illustrated Description of the Building of Stanley, New Brunswick – May 9, 2018
  34. A Proposal to Buy Canada for $85.7-million, plus Other Considerations – May 2, 2018
  35. To Fredericton, Stanley and Woodstock, on my Way to the Tobique in 1851 – Apr. 25, 2018
  36. The Principal Hotels in the Maritime Provinces, 1905, With Photographs – Apr. 18, 2018
  37. Halifax From 1749 to 1800 — Minus the Wars and Politics – Apr. 11, 2018
  38. William Brydone Jack on the Future of University Education in New Brunswick – Apr. 4, 2018
  39. Saint John: From Nothing, to Become Canada’s Winter Port – Mar. 28, 2018
  40. Saint John, New Brunswick Churches in 1910 – Mar. 21, 2018
  41. Chief Making Among the Passamaquoddy Indians – Mar. 14, 2018
  42. Canoeing Down the Restigouche River in 1895 – Mar. 7, 2018
  43. Northern New Brunswick, Heaven on Earth – Feb. 28, 2018
  44. Indian Place Names From Around Passamaquoddy Bay – Feb. 21, 2018
  45. Alexander McNutt’s Accomplishments Went Well Beyond Maugerville – Feb. 14, 2018
  46. Albert County, New Brunswick, about 170 Years Ago – Feb. 7, 2018
  47. 1865: Rise in Support of this Mighty Project! The Confederation Debate – Jan. 31, 2018
  48. The Genesis of Prince Edward Island’s Distinctive Property Laws – Jan. 24, 2018
  49. Saint John’s ‘English Period’, 1758 to 1782 – Jan. 17, 2018
  50. Education in New Brunswick in 1837 – Jan. 10, 2018
  51. The Babcock Tragedy, a Story of Madness and Murder – Jan. 3, 2018
  52. Cape Breton, from about 1000 AD to the Mid-1600’s – Dec. 27, 2017
  53. Christmas as it was in Saint John, 1808 – Dec. 23, 2017
  54. The Saint John River, the Rhine of America – Dec. 20, 2017
  55. A Veiled Threat to Invade New Brunswick – Dec. 13, 2017
  56. A Few Weeks in 1755, the Expulsion of the Acadians Begins – Dec. 6, 2017
  57. The Magical Dancing Doll – Nov. 29, 2017
  58. Immigration to New Brunswick in 1832, and Lumber Mills – Nov. 22, 2017
  59. Harvey, New Brunswick, 1837 – Nov. 15, 2017
  60. On the Road to Responsible Government in New Brunswick – Nov. 8, 2017
  61. Through the Woods in the Dead of Winter; Fredericton to the Miramichi – Nov. 5, 2017
  62. Acadia in 1720, as Seen by Paul Mascerene – Oct. 25, 2017
  63. Nova Scotia’s Sham Government in 1720 – Oct. 18, 2017
  64. Three Short Wabanaki Thunder Stories – Oct. 11, 2017
  65. Stanley, N.B., Carved from the Wilderness – in a Hurry – Oct. 4, 2017
  66. Drunkenness Yearly More Common Amongst all Classes – Sept. 27, 2017
  67. John Cabot, London Superstar and Discoverer of Cape Breton – Sept. 20, 2017
  68. Nicolas Denys, the First Proprietor and Governor of all of the Gulf Coast of Acadia – Sept. 13, 2017
  69. Promoting New Brunswick in 1832 – Sept. 6, 2017
  70. A View of Acadian History, from 30,000 Feet – Aug. 30, 2017
  71. Nova Scotia During the Revolution, an American Perspective – Aug. 23, 2017
  72. The Many Trials of Richard Valpey of Yarmouth, and his Service to the American Cause During the Revolution – Aug. 16, 2017
  73. From Saint John to Annapolis Royal, Around the Bay of Fundy in 1787 – Aug. 9, 2017
  74. Nova Scotia in 1775: “Every Spot is Inhospitable and Frigid” – Aug. 2, 2017
  75. Notes About Edward Cornwallis, Who Has Been in the News Lately – July 26, 2017
  76. Starving, Fly-Bitten, and Lost in the Woods – July 19, 2017
  77. Saint John and Saint George, New Brunswick, in 1842 – July 12, 2017
  78. The Razing of Chignecto, and the Attack on Fort Nashwaak – July 5, 2017
  79. Captain Henry Mowat’s Account of the Battle on the Penobscot – June 28, 2017
  80. Voyage of the First Fleet of 1783, and the Settlement of Kingston by a Band of Loyalists – June 21, 2017
  81. 1,500 Dead in Saint John. The Cholera Epidemic of 1854 – June 14, 2017
  82. Fishing on the Nepisiquit River in the 1870’s – June 7, 2017
  83. The Clock at Fredericton City Hall – May 31, 2017
  84. Prohibition in Saint John in the 1920’s, an Exposé – May 24, 2017
  85. Boss Gibson’s First Railroad – May 17, 2017
  86. The New Brunswick Postal Service in 1856 – May 10, 2017
  87. Defending the ‘Worthless, Unsteady and Villainous’ Cutters of Wood – May 3, 2017
  88. Tossed by the Sea Into a Frozen Wilderness-1788 – Apr. 26, 2017
  89. The King of France Cannot Have Given You Our Land, Because it Was Not His – Apr. 19, 2017
  90. Bureaucracy and the Expulsion of the Acadians – Apr. 12, 2017
  91. From Pictou, Nova Scotia to Saint John, New Brunswick via Charlottetown and Shediac in 1867 – Apr. 5, 2017
  92. A Sunday EXTRA: No Meeting of Minds Between the Acadians and the British in 1717 – Apr. 2, 2017
  93. Grand Falls, New Brunswick in 1844 – A Vast Ocean of Trees – Mar. 29, 2017
  94. Shabby Streets, Decaying Houses, and Steep Plank Sidewalks. Saint John in 1874 – Mar. 22, 2017
  95. In the Beginning – Wabanaki Creation Stories – Mar. 15, 2017
  96. Pride versus Rascals and Villains in Saint John in 1791 – Mar. 8, 2017
  97. The Trent Affair – Mar. 1, 2017
  98. A Shocking Description of Anti-Confederates in Rural Nova Scotia in 1867 – Feb. 22, 2017
  99. Surveying Through the Wilderness in 1844 – Feb. 15, 2017
  100. At the Bend of the Petitcodiac in 1844: Moncton – Feb. 8, 2017
  101. Maria Rye and Her British Home Children – Feb. 1, 2017
  102. New Brunswick’s East Coast in 1832, Following the Miramichi Fire – Jan. 25, 2017
  103. Slavery in the Loyalist Era – Jan. 18, 2017
  104. Weather and the Seasons in Micmac Mythology – Jan. 11, 2017
  105. New Brunswick’s Roads in 1832: ‘Many paths are misnamed roads’. Jan. 7, 2017
  106. Nova Scotia and New England During the Revolution – Dec. 28, 2016
  107. A Holiday Special: Christmas as it Was in Saint John in 1808 – Dec. 23, 2016
  108. Expressions from Cuffer Down plus Signs and Omens – Dec. 21, 2016
  109. From Passamaquoddy to the Petitcodiac: What it Was Like in 1832 – Dec. 14, 2016
  110. Raymond Writes About the Lives and Customs of the Mi’kmaq and Maliseet People – Dec. 7, 2016
  111. The Governor’s House was an Outrage to Good Taste – Fredericton in 1832 – Nov. 30, 2016
  112. An Unparalleled and Abominable Deception – Nov. 23, 2016
  113. Not a Metropolis, but the Largest Town in the Province – Saint John in 1832 – Nov. 16, 2016
  114. Lumber Camp Life, and Game-Wardens Poaching Moose – Nov. 9, 2016
  115. Louisbourg: It Didn’t Have to Happen. It Just Didn’t Have to Happen – Nov. 2, 2016
  116. Let Us Consider the Lowly Seagull – Oct. 26, 2016
  117. 5 – David Kennedy Completes His Travels of 1876 in Halifax – Oct. 19, 2016
  118. 4 – David Kennedy’s Tour of Nova Scotia in 1876 – Oct. 12, 2016
  119. 3 – David Kennedy’s Tour of Newcastle, Chatham and Bathurst in 1876 – Oct. 5, 2016
  120. 2 – David Kennedy’s Visit to Saint John, New Brunswick in 1876 – Sept. 28, 2016
  121. 1 – David Kennedy’s Travels from Quebec City to New Brunswick in 1876 – Sept. 21, 2016 (This blog posting was lost on Sept. 28th. I decided not to re-post, since it would clutter my subscribers’ screens.)
  122. A Short History of Early English Nova Scotia – Sept. 14, 2016
  123. Fish Wardens Described as Useless Political Appointments – Sept. 7, 2016
  124. With Indian Guides in the Wilds of New Brunswick, 1862 – Aug. 31, 2016
  125. Blog past #300: Port Royal from 1604 to 1613. Of Heritage Value to all North Americans – Aug. 24, 2016
  126. Hunting Down the Last of the Old Growth Pine – Aug. 17, 2016
  127. Dr. James Robb – Aug. 10, 2016
  128. Peace Negotiations With Pierre Tomah on the Saint John River – Aug. 3, 2016
  129. Business Opportunities on Campobello Island – July 27, 2016
  130. A Pompous Captain on the Evils of Logging – July 20, 2016
  131. The Too-Easy Life of Nova Scotians Disproved – July 13, 2016
  132. Why Not to Marry a Nova Scotia Woman, and How to Make Maple Sugar – July 6, 2016
  133. The Bloody Assault on Fort Louisbourg in 1758 – June 29, 2016
  134. The Medical Men of Saint John in its First Half Century – June 22, 2016
  135. Henry Ketchum and the Chignecto Marine Transport Railway – June 15, 2016
  136. A War Journal from Majabidwaduce on the Penobscot – June 8, 2016
  137. Mi’kmaq Magic and Medicine – June 1, 2016
  138. Thomas Wood, and His Visit to the Saint John River in 1769 – May 25, 2016
  139. The Northern Colonies: Languishing in Mediocrity – ca 1804 – May 18, 2016
  140. Fredericton’s Victoria Cottage Hospital – May 11, 2016
  141. The Passamaquoddy Wampum Records – May 4, 2016
  142. Slog on, or Die – Apr. 27, 2016
  143. Changes Nova Scotia Underwent from Discovery to 1758 When the First General Assembly Met in Halifax – Apr. 20, 2016
  144. The Disastrous Winter on St. Croix Island, 1604-05, and Other Adventures – Apr. 13, 2016
  145. Missions to the Mi’kmaq and Maliseet in the Early 1800’s – Apr. 6, 2016
  146. It Sounded Like a Residential School Philosophy – Mar. 30, 2016
  147. The Acadian Fugitives – Mar. 23, 2016
  148. Giddy, Eccentric, and Discontented Characters, or Misguided Souls, or Turncoats? – Mar. 16, 2016
  149. Indian Routes of Travel in New Brunswick – Mar. 9, 2016
  150. Historic Sites from the English Period on the Saint John River – Mar. 2, 2016
  151. How to Hunt a Moose, a Goose, and a Caribou in New Brunswick in 1791 – Feb. 24, 2016
  152. William Hubbard Complains to Edward Winslow about the Congregationalists in Sheffield – Feb. 17, 2016
  153. Good Fences Make Good Neighbours – Feb. 10, 2016
  154. WE NEED THE ACADIANS TO REMAIN: Lieut Governor, 1715 – Feb. 2, 2015
  155. Guy Carleton on the Fur Trade in Canada, 1767 – Jan. 27, 2016
  156. A Letter on Irish Immigrants – Jan. 20, 2016
  157. The Wreck of the ‘Lord Ashburton’ – Jan. 13, 2016
  158. A Ghost at Noonday – Jan. 6, 2016
  159. Silas Rand on the Mi’kmaq People – Part 3: Will Not the Bright Sun and the Blue Heavens Testify Against Us? – Dec. 30, 2015
  160. Silas Rand on the Mi’kmaq People – Part 2: To Every Thing There is a Season – Dec. 23, 2015
  161. Silas Rand on the Mi’kmaq People – Part 1: All Men From One Blood – Dec. 16, 2015
  162. Limits to the Royal Bounty – Dec. 9, 2015
  163. Nova Scotia, a Receptacle for Superfluous People? – Dec. 1, 2015
  164. From New Ireland to New Brunswick – Nov. 25, 2015
  165. The Most Gentlemanlike Government on Earth – Nov. 18, 2015
  166. I Love You for Your Plainness – Nov. 11, 2015
  167. Ward Chipman Remembers the Final Evacuation of New York – Nov. 4, 2015
  168. A Reply to “Men of Honor and Probity Run Amok” – Oct. 28, 2015
  169. A Century of Educational Progress in New Brunswick from 1800 to 1900 – Oct. 21, 2015
  170. Notes About the Earliest Public Markets in Saint John, New Brunswick – Oct. 14, 2015
  171. The Provincial Dairy School at Sussex, New Brunswick, 1900 – Oct. 7, 2015
  172. An Account of Nova Scotia in 1743 – Sept. 30, 2015
  173. The Petition of the Infamous 55 – Sept. 23, 2015
  174. Francis Sharpe’s Woodstock Apples – Sept. 16, 2015
  175. The Expulsion of the Acadians, a Military Surgeon’s Diary – Sept. 9, 2015
  176. The New Brunswick Election of 1785 – Sept. 2, 2015
  177. The Many Fires in Saint John, 1784-1877 – Aug. 26, 2015
  178. A Proposal for an Attack on Nova Scotia – Aug. 19, 2015
  179. Fredericton’s Great Flood of 1936 – Aug. 12, 2015
  180. A Letter about the Acadians and the Expulsion – Aug. 5, 2015
  181. Saint John in 1834, Before it was Forever Changed by the Great Fire – July 29, 2015
  182. New Brunswick, No Country for a Mere Gentleman, 1834 – July 22, 2015
  183. Woodstock, the Only Village Between the Green River and Fredericton in 1834 – July 15, 2015
  184. On the Tamiscouta Prtage from Lake Tamiscouta to just above Grand Falls, 1834 – July 10, 2015
  185. Men of Honor and Probity Run Amok – July 1, 2015
  186. By Steamer to the So-Called City of Fredericton – June 24, 2014
  187. A Quiet and Business-Like Little City – June 17, 2015
  188. Rambles Among the Bluenoses in 1862 – June 10, 2015
  189. Edward John Russell, a New Brunswick Artist – June 3, 2015
  190. Provincial Lunatic Asylum, Report of the Medical Superintendent, 1875 – May 27, 2015
  191. The Saint John River and Port Royal in the Early 1600’s – May 20, 2015
  192. What Should We Think of Benedict Arnold? – May 13, 2015
  193. Diphtheria in New Brunswick in the Year 1889 – May 6, 2015
  194. The Official Account of the Destruction of Burnt Church – Apr. 29, 2015
  195. The Exchange Coffee House and Saint John’s First Club – Apr. 22, 2015
  196. The Wigwams and Dwellings of the Gaspesians – Apr. 15, 2015
  197. The Story of Brook Watson – Apr. 8, 2015
  198. Where Stood Fort LaTour? – Apr. 1, 2015
  199. Things This Morning Really Wear the Aspect of War – Mar. 25, 2015
  200. At Portland Point – Mar. 18, 2015
  201. Electrical Power From the Reversing Falls – Mar. 10, 2015
  202. Father Rale’s War – 1722-25; How it Ended – Mar. 4, 2015
  203. What Was the Big Deal About the Marco Polo? – Feb. 25, 2015
  204. Grand Manan to Petitcodiac, in 1786 – Feb. 18, 2015
  205. A Trip From St. John to Fredericton in 1870 – Feb. 11, 2015
  206. A Tour of St. John, N.B., in 1870 – Feb. 4, 2015
  207. Destruction by Fire of the First Cathedral in Chatham – Jan. 28, 2015
  208. Burgan the Burglar – Jan. 21, 2015
  209. Facts and Reasons Against Confederating With Canada – Jan. 14, 2015
  210. Discontent in Early Halifax in 1756 – Jan. 7, 2015
  211. A Trip on the ICR From Bathurst to Miramichi – Dec. 31, 2014
  212. Early Attempts to Introduce the Cultivation of Hemp in Eastern British America – Dec. 24, 2014
  213. Touring Campbellton and Dalhousie, Despite the Mosquitoes, 1876 – Dec. 19, 2014
  214. The Fire of 1837 in Saint John – Dec. 10, 2014
  215. The Cruise of the Rechab – Dec. 3, 2014
  216. A Night in the Deep – Nov. 26, 2014
  217. Robert Foulis (A Misplaced Genius) – Nov. 19, 2014
  218. The City Mills – Nov. 15, 2014
  219. The Brothers d’Amours – Nov. 5, 2014
  220. John Allan’s Revolutionary Mission to the Saint John River – Oct. 29, 2014
  221. Relics of the Acadian Period – Oct. 22, 2014
  222. Some Odd Old Advertisements – Oct. 15, 2014
  223. The Miramichi Fire – Relief of the Sufferers – Oct. 8, 2014
  224. Jonathan Eddy’s Account of the Attack on Fort Cumberland, November, 1776 – Oct. 1, 2014
  225. Which of These Two is the Wisest and Happiest? – Sept. 24, 2014
  226. Fredericton Bridge, a Prophetic Writing – Sept. 17, 2014
  227. A Speech to Distinguished Persons of Stake and Consideration – Sept. 10, 2014
  228. Building an Education System From Almost Nothing – Sept. 3, 2014
  229. Cape Tormentine to the Baye des Chaleurs in the 1600’s – Aug. 27, 2014
  230. The Customs of the Mi’kmaq in the 1600’s and Before – Aug. 20, 2014
  231. Two Documents Relating to the Fenians in New Brunswick – Aug. 13, 2014
  232. The Lazaretto for Lepers in Tracadie, 1862 – Aug. 6, 2014
  233. Thoughts About the Augustine Mound at Metepenegiag Mi’kmaq Nation – July 30, 2014
  234. What am I Bid for This Pauper? – July 23, 2014
  235. Trouble at Madawaska, 1831 – July 16, 2014
  236. The Great Fire at Saint John, June 20, 1877 – July 9, 2014
  237. The Poor Fellows Shook as if They Would Fall to Pieces! – July 2, 2014
  238. How to Build a Logging Camp in Around 1850 – June 25, 2014
  239. Risen from the Ashes, Phoenix Square in Fredericton – June 18, 2014
  240. Rocks and Water, Magnificence and Squalor; St. John in 1876 – June 11, 2014
  241. Moncton as Seen by a Journalist in 1876 – June 4, 2014
  242. Events Leading to the Caraquet Riots of 1875 – May 28, 2014
  243. A Dramatic Account of the Miramichi Fire – May 21, 2014
  244. Saint John in the Early 1840’s – May 18, 2014
  245. The Myth that Kerosene was Invented in New Brunswick – May 7, 2014
  246. A Church with Military Boots and Fixed Bayonets – Apr. 30, 2014
  247. An Opening Salvo in an Ongoing Argument – Apr. 23, 2014
  248. May living worms his corpse devour – Apr. 16, 2014
  249. He don’t look any better than some of our own boys – Apr. 9, 2014
  250. The Disputed Territory Between New Brunswick and Maine – Apr. 2, 2014
  251. Navigation on the Saint John River – Mar. 26, 2014
  252. Shepody as a Hot Investment Opportunity, 1868 – Mar. 19, 2014
  253. To Her Majesty, RE: Reciprocity, 1853 – Mar. 12, 2014
  254. Diary on the Tobique, 1851 – Mar. 5, 2014
  255. Growing up in Fredericton in the 1820s and 1830s – Feb. 26, 2014
  256. Travels From Eastport, Maine, to Fredericton, 1851 – Feb. 19, 2014
  257. The Saint John General Public Hospital, 19th Century, Part 2 of 2 – Feb. 12, 2014
  258. The Saint John General Public Hospital, 19th Century, Part 1 of 2 – Feb. 5, 2014
  259. The Story of the Great Brothers – Jan. 29, 2014
  260. A Trek up the Tobique, and Onward to Bathurst – Jan. 22, 2014
  261. Summer Tourists. A Manual for New Brunswick Farmers – Jan. 19, 2014
  262. A Trek from Grand Falls to Campbellton, 1862 – Jan. 15, 2014
  263. A Trek From Taymouth to Boisetown, 1862 – Jan. 12, 2014
  264. Capt. William Owen’s Journal, Campobello, 1770-71 – Jan. 8, 2014
  265. The Founding of Campobello Island – Jan. 5, 2014
  266. New Brunswick Roads and Railways, 1855 – Jan. 1, 2014
  267. Grand Manan – Dec. 29, 2013
  268. The Shipyard Fire in Saint John, in 1841 – Dec. 26, 2013
  269. Christmas as it Was in Saint John, in 1808 – Dec. 22, 2013
  270. The Saint John Grammar School – Dec. 18, 2013
  271. William Wishart Blasts the New Brunswick Education System, 1845 – Dec. 15, 2013
  272. The Diary of Sarah Frost – Dec. 11, 2013
  273. Pŭlěs, Pŭlowěch′, and Beechkwěch (Pigeon, Partridge, and Nighthawk) – Dec. 10, 2014
  274. The Government of New Brunswick, 1837 – Dec. 4, 2013
  275. The Whales and the Robbers – Dec. 1, 2013
  276. The Ashburton Treaty – Nov. 27, 2013
  277. Glooscap and His Four Visitors – Nov. 24, 2013
  278. The Pioneers of Saint Stephen – Nov. 20, 2013
  279. The Adventures of Kâktoogwâsees; a Tale of Ancient Times – Nov. 17, 2013
  280. The Asylum at Saint John – Nov. 13, 2013
  281. The Liver-Colored Giants and Magicians – Nov. 10, 2013
  282. Smuggling Between Calais and St. Stephen – Nov. 6, 2013
  283. The Two Weasels – Nov. 3, 2013
  284. The European and North American Railway, 1862 – Oct. 30, 2013
  285. The Origin of the War Between the Mi’kmaq and the Kwěděches – Oct. 23, 2013
  286. Trouble on the Line: The Early Telegraph in New Brunswick – Oct. 16, 2013
  287. The Invisible Boy; Team′ and Oochigeaskw – Oct. 9, 2013
  288. Transportation to and from Fredericton, 1841 – Oct. 2, 2013
  289. The Boy That Was Transformed Into a Horse – Sept. 25, 2013
  290. McAdam: Notes From the Early Days – Sept. 18, 2013
  291. The Magical Food, Belt and Flute – Sept. 11, 2013
  292. European & North American Rly. Staff, 1861 – Sept. 4, 2013
  293. Glooscap and the Megumoowesoo: A Marriage Adventure – Aug. 28, 2013
  294. The Loss of the Royal Tar – Aug. 21, 2013
  295. Robbery and Murder Revenged, Plus a Grand Falls Story – Aug. 14, 2013
  296. The St. John River From Below Fredericton to the Reversing Falls – Aug. 7, 2013
  297. A Proposal for a Wooden Railway – July 31, 2013
  298. ‘On the Early History of New Brunswick’ – July 24, 2013
  299. The Maugerville Settlement, 1763-1824 – July 17, 2013
  300. 1930 Circus Train Wreck Near Moncton, N.B. – July 10, 2013
  301. Horses or Oxen? Pick one – July 3, 2013
  302. The St. John River; Andover to Fredericton – June 26, 2013
  303. Origins of Some Place Names on N.B.’s Eastern Shore – June 19, 2013
  304. The St. John River; Grand Falls to the Tobique – June 12, 2013
  305. Gabriel Acquin – June 5, 2013
  306. The Seigniories of New Brunsiwck – May 29, 2013
  307. An 1841 Trek up the Oromocto River – May 22, 2013
  308. Fredericton’s Exhibition Palace, and Bears in N.B. – May 15, 2013
  309. Murder on Diamond Square Road – May 8, 2013
  310. Acadian Historic Sites in New Brunswick – May 1, 2013
  311. John C. Tracy’s Book, Part 5 of 5 – Apr. 24, 2013
  312. John C. Tracy’s Book, Part 4 of 5 – Apr. 17, 2013
  313. John C. Tracy’s Book, Part 3 of 5 – Apr. 10, 2013
  314. John C. Tracy’s Book, Part 2 of 5 – Apr. 3, 2013
  315. John C. Tracy’s Book, Part 1 of 5 – Mar. 27, 2013
  316. A Retrospective Look at Saint John – Mar. 20, 2013
  317. The Wreck of the England – Mar. 13, 2013
  318. The First Decade of the 1800’s in St. John, N.B. – Mar. 6, 2013
  319. St. John’s Poorhouse and Workhouse – Feb. 27, 2013, Rev. Sept. 9, 2015
  320. New Brunswick Scenes From an Old Book – Feb. 20, 2013
  321. Nice Pictures From Another Old Book – Feb. 13, 2013
  322. Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick, Part 2/2 – Feb. 6, 2013
  323. Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick, 1845 – Jan. 30, 2013
  324. The Works of W.O. Raymond – Jan. 23, 2013
  325. The Year of the Fever – Jan. 16, 2013
  326. Hanged for the Theft of 25 Cents – Jan. 9, 2013
  327. Reversing Falls – Pictures – Jan. 2, 2013
  328. Christmas as it was in 1808 – Dec. 25, 2012
  329. Nice Pictures From an Old Book – Dec. 19, 2012
  330. The Saint John Bridge Collapse of 1837 – Dec. 12, 2012
  331. The First Road Bridge Across the Reversing Falls – Dec. 5, 2012
  332. The Mystery of the First Lizzie Morrow – Nov. 28, 2012
  333. The First Murder Trial on the River St. John – Nov. 21, 2012
  334. The March of the 104th Regiment in 1812 – Nov. 14, 2012
  335. Partridge Island – Nov. 7, 2012
  336. Fredericton’s First Bridge Across the Saint John River – Oct. 31, 2012
  337. 1816, The Year Without a Summer – Oct. 31, 2012
  338. Winslow to Wentworth, 1781 – Oct. 31, 2012
  339. The Saxby Gale of 1869 – Oct. 31, 2012
  340. New Brunswick’s Third Town in 1838: Saint Andrews – Oct. 31, 2012
  341. Fredericton and York County in 1838 – Oct. 31, 2012
  342. The City and County of Saint John in 1838 – Sept. 26, 2012
  343. The St. Andrews and Quebec Railroad – Sept. 19, 2012
  344. The Studholm Report of Saint John River Pre-Loyalists in 1783 – Sept. 12, 2012
  345. Caleb Jones. Further RE: Ann, otherwise known as Nancy – Sept. 5, 2012
  346. The Wreck of the Martha – Aug. 29, 2012
  347. The Early Settlement of Maugerville and the Sheffield Parsonage Dispute – Aug. 22, 2012
  348. Lieutenant Governors of New Brunswick to Confederation, Part 2 of 2 – Aug. 15, 2012
  349. Lieutenant Governors of New Brunswick to Confederation, Part 1 of 2 – Aug. 8, 2012
  350. The Morrow House at French Lake, N.B. – New Information – Aug. 1, 2012
  351. Sound by Glen Glenn, Revision 1 – July 25, 2012
  352. Ann, otherwise known as Nancy – July 18, 2012
  353. The Fire of October 7, 1825 – Beyond the Miramichi – July 11, 2012
  354. Lemuel Allan Wilmot – July 4, 2012
  355. The Great Fire at Miramichi, October 7, 1825 – June 27, 2012
  356. Robert Rankin in New Brunswick – June 20, 2012
  357. Who Owned the Mill at Tracy, New Brunswick? – June 13, 2012
  358. Signatures of Sunbury County Ancestors – June 6, 2012
  359. Daniel Wood’s Log Cabin, and Little Field Barn at French Lake, New Brunswick – May 30, 2012
  360. Rusagonis and George Garraty – May 23, 2012
  361. Epitaph Transcriptions from a Collection – May 16, 2012
  362. Central New Brunswick Gravestones from a Genealogy – May 9, 2012
  363. Nashwaak River Pictures with Stewart Family Connections – May 2, 2012
  364. More Sunbury County Photographs from a Collection – Apr. 25, 2012
  365. An Indian Burial Ground at Oromocto; and Coal Mining on the Oromocto River – Apr. 22, 2012
  366. “Days of Old” by Katherine DeWitt and Norma Alexander – Apr. 18, 2012
  367. The Wood Cemetery at French Lake, New Brunswick – Apr. 11, 2012
  368. James Glenie in New Brunswick – Apr. 4, 2012
  369. Four Generations of the Stewart Family on the Nashwaak River – Mar. 28, 2012
  370. Three Generations of the Mersereau Family in New Brunswick – Mar. 21, 2012
  371. Three Generations of the Smith Family of Sunbury County, New Brunswick – Mar. 14, 2012
  372. Three Generations of the Wood Family of French Lake, New Brunswick – Mar. 7, 2012
  373. New Brunswick Education in 1883 – Feb. 29, 2012
  374. Riots and Demonstrations in Saint John – Feb. 20, 2012
  375. Making Better Butter – Feb. 18, 2012
  376. York County Place Names, 1896/1905 – Feb. 8, 2012
  377. Sunbury County Place Names, 1896/1905 – Feb. 1, 2012
  378. Stereoscopic slides from Fred Stewart, Part 3 of 3 – Jan. 25, 2012
  379. Stereoscopic slides from Fred Stewart, Part 2 of 3 – Jan. 18, 2012
  380. Stereoscopic slides from Fred Stewart, Part 1 of 3 – Jan. 11, 2012
  381. The Hon. Thomas Baillie: Gone, but not soon forgotten! – Jan. 5, 2012
  382. The Fort at Oromocto, 1780 – 1783 – Dec. 29, 2011
  383. The Great Fire in Fredericton, 1850 – Early Accounts – Dec. 15, 2011
  384. The Morrow House at French Lake, and More – Dec. 8, 2011
  385. The Old Woman House at French Lake, New Brunswick – Dec. 1, 2011
  386. Smith Family Photographs from a Collection, Sunbury County, N.B. – Nov. 25, 2011
  387. French Lake from Before we Remember – Nov. 20, 2011
  388. How Geary became known as Geary – Nov. 9, 2011
  389. Elizabeth (Smith) Secord; N.B.’s First Woman Registered Doctor – Nov. 4, 2011
  390. Phillips Family Photographs from a Collection, Rusagonis, N.B. – Nov. 2, 2011
  391. Mersereau Family Photographs from a Collection, Sunbury County, N.B. – Oct. 30, 2011
  392. Wood Family Photographs from a Collection, French Lake, N.B. – Oct. 25, 2011
  393. Jeremiah Tracy: Pioneer of the Village of Tracy, New Brunswick – Oct. 20, 2011
  394. Two Old Railroad-Inspired Songs – Oct. 16, 2011
  395. Ode to the Oromocto River – Oct. 10, 2011
  396. John Mersereau, Loyalist 2 – Oct. 4, 2011
  397. The Earliest American Railroads and Locomotives – Sept. 14, 2011
  398. The Mersereau Manufacturing Company of Brooklyn, New York, Notes – Sept. 3, 2011
  399. George Morrow of French Lake, New Brunswick – 1801-1868 – Aug. 26, 2011
  400. The Wood Family of French Lake, New Brunswick – Legends – Aug. 9, 2011
  401. The Baptist Church on the Oromocto River in New Brunswick – Aug. 7, 2011
  402. John Wood of French Lake, New Brunswick – 1788-1868 – Aug. 2, 2011
  403. Daniel Wood of French Lake, New Brunswick – 1764-1847 – Aug. 1, 2011
  404. Three Stewarts on the Nashwaak – July 24, 2011
  405. Bunker Genealogy – Five Bunkers – July 20, 2011
  406. Statistics From the 1851 and 1871 Sunbury County New Brunswick Census Reports – July 19, 2011
  407. Historical Development of the Beam Bending Equation M=fS – July 18, 2011
  408. Seth Noble, Maugerville and the American Revolution – July 16, 2011
  409. Columns, the Long and the Short of it – 1729-1900 – July 15, 2011
  410. The Great Saint John Steel Cantilever Bridge – July 13, 2011
  411. The Upper Oromocto River in 1847 – July 11, 2011
  412. Early Glimpses of the Rusagonis Baptist Church in New Brunswick – July 11, 2011
  413. Abraham Gesner’s 1847 Observations of Sport Hunting in New Brunswick – July 11, 2011
  414. It Sounds a bit Too Easy – July 10, 2011
  415. James Buncker – July 10, 2011
  416. Inconsistent Petitions; Changed Self-Interests – July 10, 2011
  417. Abner Mersereau and a Letter – July 9, 2011
  418. Early Glimpses of the Patterson Settlement Baptist Church in New Brunswick – July 9, 2011
  419. The Textile Mill at Geary, New Brunswick – July 8, 2011
  420. Letter of Mi’kmaq’ Chief Pemmeenauweet to Queen Victoria – 1841 – July 7, 2011
  421. New Brunswick in the 1840s – July 7, 2011

Regards,

John Wood

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