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  1. New Brunswick Geography Introduction: Stonehaven, New Brunswick, Burnt Church First Nation, Robertville, New Brunswick, Shippagan
  2. Geography of New Brunswick: Freetown Christiania
  3. New Brunswick: New Brunswick, Geography of New Brunswick, History of New Brunswick, History of the Acadians, Demographics of New Brunswick, Politics of ... List of municipalities in New Brunswick
  4. Timber Colony: A Historical Geography of Early Nineteenth-Century New Brunswick by Graeme Wynn, 1980-12
  5. Geography of York County, New Brunswick: Spednic Lake, East Grand Lake, Dungarvon River, Cains River, Bolton Lake, Chiputneticook Lakes
  6. Geography of New Jersey: Rutgers - New Brunswick, Twelve-Mile Circle, Busch Campus
  7. School geography of the world: By J.B. Calkin (New Brunswick school series) by John B Calkin, 1878
  8. Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island: With Newfoundland (Fodor's)
  9. F is for Fiddlehead: A New Brunswick Alphabet (Alphabet Books) by Marilyn Lohnes, 2007-09-01
  10. New Brunswick (Hello Canada) by Kumari Campbell, 1997-12-15
  11. New Brunswick; with a Brief Outline of Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island: Their History, Civil Divisions, Geography, and Productions ... by Alexander Monro, 2010-02-04
  12. Saint-Hilaire, New Brunswick by Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, et all 2010-07-01
  13. McAdam, New Brunswick
  14. Saint-Jacques Parish, New Brunswick by Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, et all 2010-07-03

1. Genealogy Forum News - NEW BRUNSWICK SIG: December 1998
Genealogy Forum NEWS NEW BRUNSWICK SIG New Brunswick Chat News This is a periodic publication. Check with GFS Joe for details of an email subscription to this newsletter. Click here to learn more about new brunswick geography. NBGenWeb. Site Contents
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Genealogy Forum NEWS
December, 1998
NEW BRUNSWICK SIG
New Brunswick Chat News
This is a periodic publication. Check with GFS Joe for details of an e-mail subscription to this newsletter.
Friends and those I hope will be friends; The New Brunswick Genealogical chat is held weekly on Sunday evening at 8 PM EST. Please feel free to join us.

RESEARCHERS
Recently I had the opportunity to read an article presented at the beginners chat by GFS NanC. It came to mind that many of us in NB, especially Frenchmen like myself could use a quick course on Loyalists and how they affected our ancestors lives( No offense to you Loyalists):-) So with her permission here it is:
Hi everybody! :) I'm GFS NanC, the Loyalist host....just ignore the weird spelling of my screen name...
The two questions I hear most often in my Loyalist chat are..."What the heck is a Loyalist?" and then, if they haven't run screaming from the room... "So, how do I know if my ancestor was one?" ;-)
Loyalist is the term that is used for the residents of the British North America who sided with the English during the American Revolution. If you're a US citizen, they were (yikes!)....the enemy! Not exactly the kind of thing that you want to run right out and tell Uncle Bud, the ex-marine, that you've discovered about the family! Nevertheless, it's estimated by some historians that as much as one-third of the population of the Colonies openly supported the British during the Revolution, and there are literally millions of Loyalist descendants in the US and Canada today, not to mention other areas of the world. Benjamin Franklin's son, William, was a Loyalist who spent several years in prison for his beliefs, and George Washington's mother was sympathetic to the British cause. Loyalists were both the rich and the poor, and the white, black and red people of the time. They came from as far north as Nova Scotia and Maine, from as far south as Georgia and Florida and from every colony in between.

2. Geography - New Brunswick
Geography New Brunswick. Wonderful New Brunswick Facts! New Brunswickflag, Coat of Arms. New Brunswick joined Canada on July 1st
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Coat of Arms New Brunswick joined Canada on July 1st, 1867 with the other Atlantic Provinces, beginning the Confederation of Canada. New Brunswick was given its name from the House of Brunswick, which ruled England at the time the province was established. New Brunswick's motto is Spem Reduxit (Hope Restored). New Brunswick's provincial flower is the Purple Violet. New Brunswick's population (as of 1996 census) was approximately 762,000. New Brunswick's provincial bird is the Black-capped Chickadee New Brunswick is Canada's only officially bilingual province! Visit the World Wide Web Travel Guide for New Brunswick!
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3. New Brunswick Highways
And for anyone who can't make heads or tails of new brunswick geography, a series of maps is under development.
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The bridge to nowhere: a pedestrian bridge over St. Anne's Point Drive in Fredericton from Carleton Street to the Saint John River bank. When it was built with city and federal money in 1999, it was regarded as a pork barrel project. (12/01) We're baaaack! After laying dormant for longer than I care to imagine, New Brunswick Roads has finally been updated with a fresh(?) new look. I'm also tilting it more towards a travelogue than just plain facts and figures. I hope you like the new New Brunswick Roads. Note: This webpage is not affiliated in any way, shape or form with the New Brunswick Department of Transportation . Or any other government department. And one more note : any humourous comments on this site should be taken tongue-in-cheek, so as to pander to the politically correct don't-offend-anybody folks you don't find in New Brunswick (except, of course, at the universities and in the government). :) A New Brunswick Highways Primer
Before 1965, everything was simple in the province. The Department of Public Works (as it was called then - it's now the Department of Transportation ) operated only 20 main numbered highways, numbered 1 through 20. County governments maintained the remainder, and 23 of those (21 through 43) were numbered analogous to the main highways.

4. Service New Brunswick Online Geography Contest (00/07/04)
Service New Brunswick Service New Brunswick online geography contest (00/07/04) July 4, 2000 FREDERICTON (CNB) Trivia buffs who know their new brunswick geography will have the chance to win prizes online.
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NB 563 July 4, 2000 FREDERICTON (CNB) Trivia buffs who know their New Brunswick geography will have the chance to win prizes online. Service New Brunswick, the principal provider of geographic and land information in New Brunswick, has launched an online New Brunswick geography contest at its new Web site at: http://www.snb.ca Each week, starting July 4 and continuing for four weeks, a contest consisting of 10 to 15 questions will appear on the Service New Brunswick site. The questions will cover a variety of topics such as New Brunswick cities, counties, rivers, and land. Several lucky entrants will be awarded prizes, with weekly and grand prize winners receiving a copy of the New Brunswick Atlas, which is produced by Service New Brunswick. Service New Brunswick is a Crown corporation owned by the Province of New Brunswick that provides access to over 100 government services through a single-window approach. It is best known for its property assessment and property registries, for issuing driver's licences and vehicle registrations, and as an international leader in geographic information administration. New Brunswickers can access these services at service centres in 35 communities, or over the phone at 1-888-762-8600 Service New Brunswick also has a partnership with Service Canada for the joint delivery of government services. Citizens can access federal government programs and services, as well as the New Brunswick Geography Contest, through Service New Brunswick centres in Fredericton and Campbellton, as well as through 20 community access centres located throughout the province.

5. Geography Of New Brunswick
Geography of New Brunswick By Krista Parsons and Stephanie Patten
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6. UNB Libraries: Geomatics Day Activities 2002
Check out the school web siteand we challenge you to try the Try ourGeoWhiz Quiz to test your knowledge of new brunswick geography!
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Geography Awareness Week and Geomatics Day,
20 November 2002
With so many developments in spatial data delivery during the past few months, it seemed an ideal time to recognize the importance of geography, geographic information systems and the field of geomatics in a more colourful fashion this year. An invigorated approach to planning for 20 November 2002 was adopted that involved the University of New Brunswick along with spatial data producers and software developers, representatives of the municipality of Fredericton, and schools at the elementary, middle and high school levels. Why the celebration? In the past few years, there have been significant developments in geomatics partnerships. In the library community, many of us got our start several years ago with ESRI Canada's K-12 bundle and Statistics Canada's census geography files, but since then, we have seen the inclusion of the Natural Resources Canada spatial data through the federal Depository Services Program, the addition of DMTI spatial data files, and an academic package put forward by MapInfo. Our celebration this year focussed on partnerships in New Brunswick-and with good reason! In May 2002, Service New Brunswick renewed a spatial data agreement with the UNB Libraries but more significantly, in partnership with UNB Libraries, SNB extended the coverage of the license to all post-secondary academic institutions across the province. The data included in the license covers digital topographic data (including elevation models) for the province, the cadastral database (annual snapshot), Landsat and orthophoto images, as well as other Service New Brunswick products.

7. Climbing Your Family Tree
Background Essentials. Your research will flow more smoothly if youacquaint yourself with new brunswick geography and history. The
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8. About New Brunswick
Provincial symbols, geography, tradition, history and general information. Features service in French, phone queries, email, news, news links, government and a search function.
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9. Government Of New Brunswick - About New Brunswick - Geography
About new brunswick geography. new brunswick covers 73,440 squarekilometres in roughly a rectangle shape about 242 kilometres
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... Aquaculture Symbols Coat of Arms Provincial Flag Provincial Tree Provincial Bird ... Provincial Tartan Other Links N.B. Resources This Week In N.B.History N.B. Video ... Tourism N.B. About New Brunswick - Geography New Brunswick covers 73,440 square kilometres in roughly a rectangle shape about 242 kilometres (150 miles) from east to west and 322 kilometres (200 miles) north to south. Its northern reaches are dominated by mountains that are part of the Appalachian Range. Mt. Carleton , at 820 metres (2,690 feet), is the highest. The interior of the province is mostly rolling plateau virtually covered by forests. The eastem region is fairly flat, the southern terrain is rugged. The magnificent St. John River, often called The Rhine of North America, splits the province from north to south. Anglers, white-water rafters and sailors also appreciate the Miramichi, Restigouche, Nepisiguit, Salmon, St. Croix and Tobique rivers as well as Grand, Chiputneticook, Magaguadavic and Oromocto lakes.

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11. KidZone Geography - New Brunswick Canada
BACK. new brunswick. new brunswick is one of Canada's ten provinces.It Ocean. new brunswick joined the Canadian Confederation in 1867.
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New Brunswick New Brunswick is one of Canada's ten provinces. It is an Atlantic or "Maritime" province. It can be found on the East Coast of the country, near the Atlantic Ocean. New Brunswick joined the Canadian Confederation in 1867. You can find out a lot of interesting information about the province at http://www.gov.nb.ca/cnb/nb/nb-e.htm Free Printable Worksheets: New Brunswick flag worksheet New Brunswick map and response worksheet New Brunswick provincial bird with labels worksheet New Brunswick provincial bird coloring page ... New Brunswick provincial flower coloring page
The Provincial Flag
The provincial flag was adopted on February 24, 1965. The top rectangle has a gold lion on a red background. The gold lion is found on many provincial flags. It is a common British symbol. The ship shown on the bottom rectangle is an ancient galley. Shipping and shipbuilding were historically key economic activities in New Brunswick.
The Provincial Flower
The purple violet was adopted as the official flower of New Brunswick in 1936, at the request of the provincial Women's Institute. It has a delicate flower which people can eat.

12. New Brunswick Flag
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13. Geography Of New Brunswick
The geography of new brunswick View a Presentation We Gave in Classon the geography of new brunswick. new brunswick, with an area
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The Geography of New Brunswick View a Presentation We Gave in Class on the Geography of New Brunswick New Brunswick, with an area of 73,440 sq km (28,355 sq mi), is the eighth largest province in Canada; approximately 2% of the land area is owned by the federal government. The province is roughly elliptical in shape, and its extreme dimensions are about 370 km (about 230 mi) from north to south and about 305 km (about 190 mi) from east to west. Elevations range from sea level to 820 m (2690 ft) atop Mt. Carleton. The province has a total shoreline of 2269 km (1410 mi). Most of the prominent physical features of New Brunswick are aligned in a southwest to northeast direction. The Maritime Plain, a triangular region with its base along the Northumberland Strait, covers about one-third of the province. This region is flat to gently undulating and lies mostly below 152 m (500 ft) in elevation. It is underlain by sedimentary rocks and has soils built on relatively stone-free glacial deposits. The New Brunswick Highlands region extends from Chaleur Bay southwest and then along the coast of the Bay of Fundy. This region is highest in the north, where the average elevation exceeds 610 m (2000 ft); the province's highest peak, Mt. Carleton, is here. The area along the Bay of Fundy has elevations that range from about 305 to 425 m (about 1000 to 1400 ft). Much of the highland region is underlain by hard granitic rocks and has thin, stony soils. The lower Saint John River. cuts through this region, and its narrow lowlands contain fertile soil. To the northwest lies the Chaleur Uplands, a plateau like region with an average elevation of about 305 m (about 1000 ft) and soils similar to those of the New Brunswick Highlands. A small portion of the Notre Dame Mts. is in the extreme northwest. This region has a more rugged terrain.

14. Pullman Kids: Geography: Canada: New Brunswick
Pullman Kids geography Canada new brunswick contains pictures and descriptionsof various places in the province of new brunswick, Canada.
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Pullman Kids: Geography: Canada: New Brunswick
Pullman Kids: Geography: Canada: New Brunswick contains pictures and descriptions of various places in the province of New Brunswick, Canada. New Brunswick is one of the Maritime provinces. People from the Maritimes are called Maritimers. N.B. is also one of the Atlantic provinces. The derogatory nickname "herring chokers" has been used for people from N.B.. Fishing and forestry are the two biggest industries in N.B. Fredericton is the capital city of New Brunswick. Please help support the Pullman Kids web site by purchasing books about New Brunswick from our children's book store. We have listed picture books and novels for children there. Bay of Fundy (New Brunswick, Canada) Whales

15. Pullman Kids: Geography: Canada: New Brunswick: Fredericton
Pullman Kids geography Canada new brunswickFredericton contains pictures anddescriptions of Fredericton, the capital city of the province of new brunswick
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Pullman Kids: Geography: Canada: New Brunswick: Fredericton
Pullman Kids: Geography: Canada: New Brunswick: Fredericton contains pictures and descriptions of Fredericton, the capital city of the province of New Brunswick, Canada.
Capital City: Fredericton
Fredericton is a picturesque city nestled in the Saint John River valley. It was named after Prince Frederick. It contains two universities, the University of New Brunswick (UNB), and St. Thomas which is a small liberal arts college. They are "up the hill". Down the hill next to the Saint John River are the Lord Beaverbrook Playhouse and the Lord Beaverbrook Art Gallery. One spring the art gallery was flooded when the river rose too far. The gallery's best piece is a large painting by Salvadore Dali of a man on a rearing horse. Max Aitken was from Newcastle, New Brunswick. He was given the title, Lord Beaverbrook. He donated many buildings.

16. Listings New Brunswick: Science And Humanities: Geography
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17. Listings New Brunswick: Science And Humanities: Geography - Complete List
Travel, Vacation Business Guide. Canada new brunswick Science and Humanitiesgeography Back to geography Complete List - 1 Link, Page 1.
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18. New Brunswick, Province, Canada: Geography
encyclopediaEncyclopedia┬Śnew brunswick, province, Canada geography.One of the Maritime Provinces, new brunswick is bounded on
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One of the Maritime Provinces, New Brunswick is bounded on the N by Chaleur Bay and Quebec prov.; on the E by the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Northumberland Strait (across which it is connected by bridge with Prince Edward Island), and Nova Scotia; on the S by the Bay of Fundy and Passamaquoddy Bay; and on the W by Maine. Its irregular coastline provides excellent facilities for fishing and shipping enterprises. Rivers cross the rolling countryside; they were the first means of transportation and are still important arteries of travel and commerce. The largest river, the St. John, crosses the province from northwest to southeast; the Miramichi River flows northeasterly and drains the central lowlands. Most of the roads parallel the rivers. Fredericton is the capital and the third largest city. The largest city is

19. New Brunswick, Province, Canada: Economy And Higher Education
of new brunswick, at Fredericton and Saint John. Sections in this articleIntroduction; geography; Economy and Higher Education; History and Politics;
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Dairying in New Brunswick thrives on fine pasturage; the major crops are potatoes, hay, clover, oats, berries, and fruit. A careful conservation program maintains a supply of second-growth hardwoods and softwoods; forests cover about 90% of the total area, and lumbering is New Brunswick's most important industry. Great quantities of pulpwood and paper are produced. Manufacturing has greatly expanded since World War II; in addition to wood, pulp, and paper, products include food and beverages, boats and ships, chemicals, refined oil, and shoes. Industry is generally run by hydroelectric power, although the province has coal reserves. There is a nuclear reactor at Point Lepreau. Mining is important, with zinc, silver, and lead the most important minerals. Other minerals include copper, bismuth, cadmium, gold, antimony, potash, oil, and natural gas. New Brunswick's fisheries are among the most valuable in Canada, with a variety of freshwater and saltwater fish (salmon, herring, and sardines) as well as shellfish (lobsters, oysters, and clams). Trade flows in and out of the ports of St. John and Moncton, facilitated by railroad connections eastward to Nova Scotia and westward to Quebec. Tourism, one of New Brunswick's most important industries, is spurred by Acadian cultural events and by such outdoor attractions as Fundy National Park. The only officially bilingual province, New Brunswick has also developed an important telecommunications industry in recent years.

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