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Black Loyalists in New Brunswick

The lives of eight African Americans in colonial New Brunswick 1783-1834

Among the Loyalists who were transported to the shores of New Brunswick by the British after their defeat by revolutionary Americans were several hundred African Americans. Like their … 146 View

Captured Hearts

New Brunswick's War Brides

Imagine you’re a young woman caught up in the ugly reality of war. You meet and fall in love with a young soldier from a foreign country. You marry and your world is upended: when the war … 148 View

Dangerous Enemy Sympathizers

Canadian Internment Camp B, 1940-1945

From 1940 to 1945, Internment Camp B at Ripples, some 35 kilometres east of Fredericton, played a considerable role in the Second World War. Chosen for its remote rural New Brunswick location, … 178 View
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Len & Cub

A Queer History

Leonard "Len" Keith and Joseph "Cub" Coates grew up in the rural New Brunswick village of Havelock in the early 20th century. The two were neighbours, and they clearly … ; 192 View

New Brunswick and the Navy

From the seafaring battles between the British and the French of the 1640s to the privateers of the War of 1812, from the merchant ships of the Second World War to the construction of the … ; 156 View

The Bitter Harvest of War

New Brunswick and the Conscription Crisis of 1917

In 1917, the Canadian Corps captured Vimy Ridge in northern France, and a myth grew that Canada — as a nation — was born on its slopes. But the cost was tremendous: 10,000 Canadians … 120 View
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Laying the Foundation for the Black Experience in Canada

From: Black Loyalists in New Brunswick

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In the Introduction, Davidson outlines the arrival of the Black Loyalists in Canada and describes the experience they would have had upon arrival. 12 $1.20 Add
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Introduction

From: Dangerous Enemy Sympathizers

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In the introduction, Theobald provides an overview of the history of the internment camp at Ripples, New Brunswick. He also discusses some work that has been done on the camp in the past, and his … 8 $0.80 Add
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They Found Love in War

From: Captured Hearts

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The introduction expands on the phenomenon of Canadian War Brides, provides an overview of the term "war brides" in Canada and its history, offers statistics on the phenomenon, and … 16 $1.60 Add
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Preface

From: Len & Cub

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Dusty Green talks about the context and aim of this book and speaks on their personal experiences as a queer New Brunswicker. ; 8 $0.80 Add
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Chapter 1

Early Days

From: New Brunswick and the Navy

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This chapter explores New Brunswick’s early history, and the importance of the sea and ships in this history. It discusses early European settlements, tensions and battles on both land and … ; 17 $1.70 Add
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The Lessons of World War, 1914-1916

From: The Bitter Harvest of War

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In this chapter, Theobald provides and overview of how the First World War was received in New Brunswick. He follows the initial optimism and support the war effort experienced within New … 34 $3.40 Add
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British War Brides

From: Captured Hearts

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Chapter One explores the experiences of New Brunswick servicemen while overseas in Great Britain as well as the experiences of civilian women across Great Britain throughout the Second World War. … 16 $1.60 Add
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Far from Inflammable Materials

From: Dangerous Enemy Sympathizers

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This chapter concerns the first phase of the camp, during which it held German and Austrian Jewish refugees, including medical doctors, concert pianists, and young students. 17 $1.70 Add