Quoddy is considered to be the “ecological engine” that drives the Bay of Fundy and northern Gulf of Maine ecosystems and, ultimately, our valuable and important fisheries, aquaculture, tourism and other coastal industries. This book covers a complete range of … Continue reading A Quoddy Anthology: The Story of a Special Place between Three Worlds
Looking back to cave explorations in 1903. Wonder what the current status is for these interesting places? Continue reading EXPLORE: New Brunswick Caves – 1903
THIS LARGE BUNDLE CONTAINS OVER 200 IMAGES AND REFERENCES. DOWNLOAD FILES ARE ARRANGED IN THE FOLLOWING FOLDERS: References, Artwork, Articles, Air Canada, Crashes, Flight Halos or glory, Helicopters, Museums, RCAF and War Planes in New Brunswick. The Aviation Bundle … Continue reading ARCHIVE RESOURCES: The Aviation Collection
During the process of researching our coastal lighthouses, I ran across this publication. If you would like to experience things the way they were, then this is a really great read and source of information. Click to access anchor-to-windward.pdf https://archive.org/stream/anchortowindward006018mbp?ui=embed#mode/2up Continue reading EXPLORE: Sailing the Downeast coast in the 1930s
During King William’s War, in 1689, when he was nine years of age, John Gyles was living with his family at Fort Charles. On 2 August, while labouring with his father Thomas near the new fort, he was taken prisoner … Continue reading READ NOW: Odd Adventures and Strange Deliverances in the Captivity of John Giles, Esq. 1736.
This article restored by John Wood gives an interesting look at “The Mi’kmaq People” a hundred years ago. Be sure to “LIKE” and add your “COMMENTS”! Click to access micmac-johnwood1946.pdf Continue reading PEOPLE: The Mi’kmaq People as seen in 1908
Download this great read and enjoy these pirate stories! Click to access howard-pyles-book-of-pirates-merle-johnson2.pdf Continue reading READ NOW: Howard Pyle’s Book of Pirates
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