History and Biographies.

Call Number: HIL-MICL FC LSC .N4M8A7H5
Category: Special Collections
Creator: New Brunswick Museum. Archives.
Description: 1 microfilm textual records () ; 35 mm
            The reel contains microfilm copies of selected articles from the scrapbooks of W.O. Raymond, Daniel Owen and others, as well as articles from various publications.
            The Collection includes the following titles:

Expulsion of the Acadians; Report in the Gentleman's Magazine concerning a debate in Parliament as to whether the Provincial Troops of North America should be put on the British Establishment, 1783; A Bit of French Acadian History; Sir James Anderson; Architecture in Boston, 100 Years Ago; The Ashburton Treaty; Canada Got Square Deal: Professor Adam Shortt on Ashburton Treaty, 1909; The Loss of the Atalante, H.M. Sloop-of-War; Historic Houses of America: The Bentley or Billopp Manor House, Staten Island; Canada and Her Neighbor; Sir Samuel Cunard; Days of the Cunarders; The New Cunarder, 1892; Reminiscences of Dartmouth; James Demille; Reminiscences of Digby; Old Documents, Bass family; The Question of Morality in Dress - History Repeating Itself, 1892; Joseph P. Edwards, Annapolis; The Episcopal General Convention of 1789, Philadelphia; Fishery Draft and How It Is Worked, 1863; Diary of Sarah [Scofield] Frost, Saint John, NB; Salving the Hungarian, 1910; Mr. Knapp and Mr. Leslie, includes a History of the Knapp Family; History of Loyalists and Settlement at Kingston, New Brunswick; The Cows of Lunenburg; The King's New Brunswick Regiment; The Dawn of Freemasonry in the Maritime Provinces; A Monument and Its Story: Church of England Burying Grounds, St. John; Pistols Which Have a History: A Pistol Presented by General Wolfe to Captain Samuel Holland, includes Holland family history, 1907; The Head of the House of Pubnico: The Fisherman Baron; Grand Trunk Gives Up G.T.P. With Great Reluctance, 1916; The Historic Feat of Captain Charles Rainsford, Captain in the 104th Regiment of Foot; Saxby Gale, 4 October 1869; Slavery in Canada; An Old Indian Tribe, Abenakis, 1892; Maine's Persistent Indian; Prehistoric Maine: For a Thousand Years a Summer Resort of Indians, 1909; H.M.S. Tilbury, 1757; United Empire Loyalists; and Woodstock in Ashes, 17 May 1877.
Originals: The original documents are held by the New Brunswick Museum.
Archival Ref. No.: NBM F 29.
Finding Aids:

There is a subject index at the beginning of the reel.

The subject index with additions and corrections is available in print.

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Notes: This material is in typescript form.
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