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Acadian Museum __ A place to learn about Acadian history and its contribution to New Brunswick life. - illustrated - From Acadian Museum - http://www.umoncton.ca/maum/ 

Canadian Genealogy and History Links - New Brunswick __ A compilation of resources and links related to the history of New Brunswick. - From Jessica Veinot - http://www.islandnet.com/~jveinot/cghl/new-brunswick.html

History of New Brunswick __ "New Brunswick (French: Nouveau-Brunswick), is one of the three Maritime provinces in Canada, and the only officially bilingual province (French and English) in the country. The history of New Brunswick can be viewed according to four periods: pre-European contact, French colonization, British colonization and finally, New Brunswick since confederation." An encyclopedic article about the history of New Brunswick. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_New_Brunswick 



History of New Brunswick, Canada __ You will find a history of New Brunswick divided into four parts. Birth of New Brunswick - Counties and Parishes - Census Legislation, 1824 - 1861 - Vital Statistics Legislation, 1791 - 1889 - From Craig Walsh - http://webhome.idirect.com/~cpwalsh/nb/ 

Government of New Brunswick - About New Brunswick - History __ A brief overview of the history of New Brunswick plus links to additional information about the province. - From Government of New Brunswick - http://www.gnb.ca/cnb/nb/history-e.asp 


 
Key Dates in the Creation of New Brunswick __ "...when New Brunswick was established in 1784, it was a separate British colonial province. Only in 1867 did it enter Confederation as one of the founding provinces of Canada." You will find an overview of the dates, find out who established New Brunswick and find texts for some of those documents. - From Craig Walsh - http://webhome.idirect.com/~cpwalsh/nb/birth.htm

N.E.J.V. - Flags in Madawaska __ You will find a map of the Madawaska area of Canada showing the various flags associated with the history of this disputed land. - illustrated - From midcoast.com - http://www.midcoast.com/~martucci/neva/madawask.html

New Brunswick: Our Stories, Our People __ "This virtual exhibition provides an introduction to New Brunswick's past, by weaving together artifacts from Collections New Brunswick with student projects ..." - illustrated - From Heritage Branch Province of New Brunswick - http://www1.gnb.ca/0007/Culture/Heritage/VMC/default.asp

Provincial Archives of New Brunswick __ You will find vital statistics, birth registers, marriages, death certificates, guide to family histories. - from archives.gnb.ca - http://archives.gnb.ca//Default.aspx
 
Saint John, New Brunswick History __ "Saint John Harbour was first entered probably in 1524 by Gomez (A Spaniard) and named Rio De La Buelta. Earlier still Basque, Breton and Norman Fisherman are to believed to have made voyages to the Bay of Fundy in the early 1500s... History records that the French explorers Sieur de Monts and Samuel De Champlain, arrived at the mouth of what is now the St. John River on June 24, 1604, feast day of St. John the Baptist and named the River in the Saint's honour." A brief overview jam-packed with text links to related information. - illustrated - From new-brunswick.net - http://new-brunswick.net/Saint_John/history.html 

 

 

 

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