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first governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John

W. O. Raymond

first governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John

by W. O. Raymond

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Published by Royal Society of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carleton, Thomas, -- 1735-1817.,
  • Acadia -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ven. Archdeacon Raymond.
    SeriesProceedings and transactions of the Royal Society of Canada -- ser. 3, v. 8
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF5067.9.C18 R3, FC401.C37 R39
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. 415-452 :
    Number of Pages452
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14788697M

    In , New England troops embarked on a "great and noble scheme" to ex French-speaking Acadians ("the neutral French") from Nova Scotia, killing thousands, separating innumerable families, and driving many into forests where they waged a desperate guerrilla by: To better understand the context of the time it is first necessary to discuss the discord between two other brothers, born in Ireland, Colonel Thomas Carleton (), Governor of New Brunswick from to and his brother Sir Guy Carleton (Baron of Dorchester) (), Governor of Canada and Lower Canada (Quebec), from to

    The Perley Report on the First Nations of New Brunswick. In Moses Perley undertook a survey of the first nations population of New Brunswick for the provincial government. At Madawaska, he found 27 Malecite (5 men, 7 women, 6 boys, 9 girls) living at the mouth of the Madawaska River, the same families Deane and Kavanagh mentioned on. E v.2 The Estabrooks family in Concord, Massachusetts, and on the Saint John River, New Brunswick, Canada, [and in Haverhill, Massachusetts] EG Genealogy of the Anglo-Dutch Estabrooks family of the Saint John River, New Brunswick.

    New Brunswick (French: Nouveau-Brunswick; pronounced: [], Quebec French pronunciation: [ɪk] ()) is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces and is the only constitutionally bilingual (English–French) province. It was created as a result of the partitioning of the British Colony of Nova Scotia in Fredericton is the capital, Moncton is the largest.   The St. John River Campaign occurred during the French and Indian War when Colonel Robert Monckton led a force of British soldiers to destroy the Acadian settlements along the banks of the Saint John River (New Brunswick) until they reached the largest village of Sainte-Anne des Pays-Bas (present day Fredericton, New Brunswick) in February.


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First governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John by W. O. Raymond Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title: The First Governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John Author: Raymond, Ven. Archdeacon Illustrator: Fldg map at rear Categories: St. John River, Saint John, N.B., New Brunswick, Acadia, Edition: reprint form the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada Third series Volume VIII Publisher: Ottawa, Royal Society of Canada: In the mid-eighteenth century there were a few small Acadian settlements along the Saint John River in what is now New Brunswick.

Almost all of the inhabitants of these settlements belonged to a half dozen extended families: Alexandre Le Borgne de Bélisle and his sons-in-law Pierre and François Robichaud making up one, on the lower part of the river, and the Bergerons, D'Amours', Dugas.

Contemporary research has confirmed that the first petition to the New Brunswick legislature requesting land in the Upper St.

John Valley was dated (Craig ). While the precise location of the first arrival is unknown, Maine Acadians generally recognize.

The Saint John River (French: Fleuve Saint-Jean) is a kilometres ( mi) long river that flows from Northern Maine into Canada, and runs south along the western side of New Brunswick, emptying into the Atlantic Ocean in the Bay of n Canada's longest river, its drainage basin is one of the largest on the east coast at ab square kilometres (21, sq mi).Country: Canada, United States.

This article details the history of Saint John, New ed by the Maritime Archaic Indian civilization, the area of the northwestern coastal regions of the Bay of Fundy is believed to have been inhabited by the Passamaquoddy Nation several thousand years ago, while the Saint John River valley north of the bay became the domain of the Maliseet Nation.

The Expulsion of the Acadians, also known as the Great Upheaval, the Great Expulsion, the Great Deportation and Le Grand Dérangement, was the forced removal by the British of the Acadian people from the present-day Canadian Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and northern Maine — parts of an area also known as on: Canada's Maritimes and Northern Maine.

Carleton had washed his hands of New Brunswick and in the years ahead, despite periodic requests from the colony that a new lieutenant governor be appointed, the home authorities left him alone. His military and civil careers, in effect, had ended but he chose to remain lieutenant governor of New Brunswick until death, on 2 Feb.removed him.

Perhaps unknown to many is the fact that among the first establishments in Acadia, the French had also settled where we know today as New Brunswick. Claude de Latour, the father of Charles, was well installed at the mouth of the St.

John River before de Razilly and d’Aulnay arrived at Port-Royal in St. John Valley; A Travel Artery over years ago. It is most probable that the Indians were the first to inform the French about Madawaska.

Champlain knew something about this region insince his maps show the location of the Madawaska River and Lake. The deportation of the Acadians began in the fall of and lasted until The first removals, comprising approximately people, were from settlements around the Bay of Fundy. After the British captured Île Royale and Île Saint-Jean and raided the Gaspé and the Saint John River infurther Acadians were captured and deported.

"Graduate Student" obviously knows very little about the history of the Acadians, because Arsenault is correct, large numbers of Acadians DID "walk" back to New Brunswick and Quebec from their deportation sites in the colonies.

Necessarily they went through the woods/5(6). Acadians of the St. John River Speaker Series: A Path Not Taken: the Middle Ground along the Wolastoq/St. John River, by Gregory Kennedy The failure to achieve middle ground between 17th century Indigenous, French and English historical actors on the Wolastoq / St.

John River will be the focus of a presentation by historian [ ]. Aroundmany Acadians migrated to New Brunswick to escape the English. One of the ships carrying exiled Acadians, bound for South Carolina, was overtaken by the Acadians and sailed north.

Thirty-two families made it to the St. John River. Raymond published two articles in RSC, Trans., 3rd ser.: “Colonel Alexander McNutt and the pre-loyalist settlements of Nova Scotia,” 5 (), : 23–; 6 (), : –15; and “The first governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John,” 8 (), : – The Land of the MicMac.

Mi’kmaq Territory consisted of all of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Edward Island, New Brunswick (North of the Saint John River), the Gaspe of Quebec, and it is surmised by many that it included part of the State of Maine, as well as part of Newfoundland.

- Explore dmy55's board "My Acadian History" on Pinterest. See more ideas about History, Canadian history and New brunswick pins. New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, N. B., Original Papers in the John Clarence Webster Collection entitled: (1) Inquisition before Coroner Joseph Sewell in Parish of Caraquette, County of Gloucester, on the Death of Lewis Mallieau.

"The First Governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John", Trans. C., Sect. II, Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick, Canada. Located at the mouth of the Saint John River,on the Bay of Fundy.

Saint John Harbour was first entered probably in by Gomez (A Spaniard) and named Rio De La Buelta. This would cover today’s Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island, plus eastern Québec and parts of three American states in New England.

For much of the years that the Minas Basin has been tidal, salt marshes have been present, building up continuously to keep pace with sea level rise. The First Governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John – Proceedings of the Royal The Society of Canada, Ottawa.

Available from ‘Internet Archive’ through the University of New Brunswick at URL address # The First Trial for Murder on the River St. John – The Dispatch, Woodstock, ca. Available from the. First Nations in New Brunswick include the Mi'kmaq and Maliseet (Wolastoqiyik).

The first European settlers, the Acadians, are today descendants of survivors of the Great Expulsion (), which drove thousands of French residents into exile in North America, Britain, and France for refusing to take an oath of allegiance to King George III during the French and Indian War.

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Aug 1, ) - His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, will be in .The First Governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John. Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa.

reprint form the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada Third series Volume VIII. Card covers stapled. Pp.[] Folding map at rear. Covers stained with piece missing lower left back cover. $ 4.