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|Relief Project, N.B. Relief project at the Acadia Forest
experiment station, Colter's Siding, New Brunswick.
|Fort Cumberland A 1885 picture showing the remains of the
strategic Fort Cumberland on Chignecto Isthmus, Nova Scotia, today reconstructed.
|Fredericton, before 1820 A view of Fredericton, the capital of
New Brunswick, before 1820, a quiet town well up the long Saint John River.
|Fredericton in Winter A winter scene in Fredericton, early 19th
|Government House The new Government House, Fredericton,
New Brunswick, c. 1850. By Lady Anna Maria Head.
|Coal Mine A failing coal mine in New Brunswick during the
|United Empire Loyalists United Empire Loyalists landing at the
site of Saint John, New Brunswick, 1783. New Brunswick was largely created by the flow of
Loyalists into the region. Print by John David Kelly (1862-1958), before 1935.
|Saint John, 1815 A view of Saint John, from Fort Howe, c. 1815,
with a native Indian family in the foreground and the bustling port beyond.
|Saint John An early 19th century picture of Saint John, New Brunswick,
the first city to be incorporated in Canada, which grew with Loyalist settlement around the entry
to the Saint John River from 1784 onward.
|Sleigh Club A meeting of the Sleigh Club at the barracks, St.
John, New Brunswick, 1837. Hand-coloured lithograph by Richard George Levinge
|Terminal Grain Elevator A new terminal grain elevator, Saint
John, New Brunswick, early 20th century.
|Saint John River|
|St. John Falls The falls in the St. John River in New
|Falls Log Driving Driving logs past the falls of the St. John, New
|St. John River, c. 1805 Living alongside the St. John River, New
Brunswick, c. 1805. Watercolour by George Heriot (c. 1759-1839).
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