1 edition of The history of Caraquet and Pokemouche found in the catalog.
The history of Caraquet and Pokemouche
Ganong, William F.
|Statement||by William Francis Ganong ; rev. and enl. from the author"s manuscript notes ; edited by Susan Brittain Ganong. --|
|Series||Historical studies / New Brunswick Museum -- no. 6 [i.e. no. 7], Acadiensis -- v. 7., Historical studies (New Brunswick Museum) -- no. 7.|
|Contributions||Ganong, Susan Brittain, 1873-|
|LC Classifications||F5250 .N4 no.6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 62 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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“ The History of Caraquet and Pokemouche ” by William Francis Ganong and edited by Susan Brittain Ganong is not only packed with information, but gives references to several sources of years gone by which could provide additional facts for the researcher of families of that area.
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THE HISTORY Of CARAQUET. These settlers fall into two well-marked groups, — first, the Acadians who settled at Upper Caraquet west of the church, and second, the intermingled Normans-Canadians, with perhaps some soldiers from the garrison at Restigouche, who settled at Lower Caraquet, from the church eastward.
The history of Caraquet and Pokemouche, by William Francis Ganong ; rev. and enl. from the author's manuscript notes ; ed. by Susan Brittain Ganong., Toronto Public Library. This immersive tour recreates the everyday lives of Canada’s early Acadian settlers.
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Caraquet (English: / ˈ k ɑːr ə k ɛ t / French pronunciation:) is a town in Gloucester County, New Brunswick, Canada. Situated on the shore of Chaleur Bay in the Acadian Peninsula, its name is derived from the Mi'kmaq term for meeting of two Caraquet River and Rivière du Nord flow into the Caraquet Bay west of the y: Canada.
Caraquet, town and The history of Caraquet and Pokemouche book port, Gloucester county, northeastern New Brunswick, lies along Caraquet Bay (an inlet of Chaleur Bay), near the mouth of the Caraquet River, 42 miles (68 km) northeast of d about by shipwrecked French seamen, it is one of the province’s oldest French settlements and was named for the bay, which may have derived its.
Pokemouche Mi'kmaq moved to neighbouring reserves whil e others moved into wage labour near the Pokemouche River. September 100. For my grandfather Lionel Landry () His interest in history was the catalyst to this thesis.
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• The History of Caraquet and Pokemouche (Ganong) • A history of Shediac, New Brunswick (Webster) • History of New Brunswick. Volume 1 (Hannay) Quebec • The Quebec and Acadian Diaspora in North America (Savard/Breton). Yes this is a book, but very hard to find a copy.
I've been trying to buy a copy for a long time now but can't seem to find a place that still has it. Your best bet is to check with your library genealogy section. Les Familles de Caraquet" by Fidele Theriault: ; dictionnaire geneaologique.
(THÉRIAULT, Fidèle. Les Familles de Caraquet. History The Caraquet and Gulf Shore Railway Company was formed on Ap as an amalgamation of the Caraquet Railway Company and the Gulf Shore Railway Company.
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Index: Pioneer Families of Caraquet These micro posts present the first generation of each of the families that established different surnames found in Caraquet, New Brunswick. Most of the information is drawn from Fidele Theriault’s genealogical dictionary “Les Familles de Caraquet”.
His book is in French and offers a lot more information including family trees of. Caraquet Pokemouche. Route 11 Hwy, Pokemouche, NB E8P 1J8 Phone: () Overview Amenities & Services Map.
Campground Information. More about Pokemouche, NB. Amenities & Services. WiFi. Swimming Pool. Pet Friendly. Pokemouche is 55 kilometres (34 mi) due east of Bathurst, on the Acadian local service district covers an area of square kilometres ( sq mi).
By road, Pokemouche is 15 kilometres ( mi) south of Caraquet, 35 kilometres (22 mi) southwest of Shippagan and 18 kilometres (11 mi) in the north of its position relative to the three main.
The History of Caraquet and Pokemouche, Revised and Enlarged from the Author's Manuscript Notes, edited by Susan Brittain Ganong. (Historical Studies No New Brunswick Museum () The history of Miscou, Tracadie, Pokemouche, Caraquet, Tabusintac, [Shippegan], Neguac and Burnt Church: Settlements in the Province of New Brunswick.
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The Caraquet Railway Company merged with the Gulf Shore Railway Company on Ap and formed the Caraquet and Gulf Shore Railway Company. Their combined trackage stretched from Gloucester Junction on the Intercolonial main line near Bathurst, N.B.
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It's simple to book. The History of Caraquet and Pokemouche Reprinted from Acadiensis Historical map of Pokemouche by W. Ganong-look for Topham, also Topham or Polly’s Island to the left of South River.
This post under revision:) Index: Pioneer Families of Caraquet These micro posts present the first generation of each of the families that established different surnames found in Caraquet, New Brunswick.
Most of the information is drawn from Fidele Theriault’s genealogical dictionary “Les Familles de Caraquet”. His book is in French and offers a lot more. Caraquet Pokemouche, Pokemouche New Brunswick. See traveler reviews, photos and blog postsLocation: Route 11 Hwy, Pokemouche, NB, Canada.
From aroundRaymond Bourdages from Bonaventure had a fishing post at Caraquet. Charles Robin of Paspébiac also had a fishing post there in Acadians from Bonaventure traveled to Caraquet to fish for either one or the other. The New Brunswick Government granted lands to 34 families at Caraquet on Ma The direct and official information for Caraquet Pokemouche in Pokemouche, New Brunswick.
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Register: St. Pierre aux Liens, Caraquet Witnesses: (?) Cormier and (?) Godin Notes: ‘sauvages’ from Pokemouche Source:—, F LaBove, Germain Gregoire Baptized: Age/Birthdate: 3 mos Parents: Thomas LaBove and Marie Agimaux Priest: CF Bailly Register: St.
Pierre Aux Leins, Caraquet Witnesses: Joseph Prejean and Marguerite. Caraquet, New Brunswick, incorporated as a town inpopulation 4, ( census), 4, ( census).The town of Caraquet is located 68 km northeast of houses line the Baie de Caraquet, a rocky section of Chaleur Bay’s southern coast, offering magnificent views of the sea and the Gaspé Peninsula.
- The Village historique acadien is a must-see attraction in New-Brunswick. A living museum portraying the daily lives of the Acadians from to In operation from June to October, the site 5/5(). The History of Caraquet and Pokemouche, Revised and Enlarged from the Author's Manuscript Notes, edited by Susan Brittain Ganong.
(Historical Studies No New Brunswick Museum () The history of Miscou, Tracadie, Pokemouche, Caraquet, Tabusintac, [Shippegan], Neguac and Burnt Church: Settlements in the Province of New BrunswickChildren: William Francis Ganong Jr., Ann Ganong.
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Understand . Caraquet is primarily a lobster fishing village and seaport on the Baie des Chaleurs, a warm bay which separates New Brunswick from Québec's Gaspé region. Tourists tend to arrive in. Caraquet, Acadian & French Canadian Genealogy & History with great research information and links.
Caraquet, New Brunswick. In March ofGeorge Walker, magistrate of Nipisiguit, Bathurst in Gloucester County, granted Alexis Landry permission to settle at Caraquet. According to the registers ofCharles Poirier came next to settle here.
Nearby attractions include Place Caraquet shopping center, the New Brunswick Aquarium and Marine Center, and the Rheal Cormier ice arena.
Go back in time at the Village Historique Acadien, a historical representation of Acadian life in the 'on: 9 Avenue du Carrefour, Caraquet, E1W1B6, NB.
The Church of the Immaculate Conception is a church of the Diocese of Bathurst, in Pokemouche, New Brunswick, Canada.Caraquet was first settled by Gabriel Giraud dit St.
Jean who was a French trader and merchant. He married a Mi'kmaq woman and settled in Lower the expulsion of the Acadians from southern New Brunswick and Nova Scotia insome Acadians settled in Upper Caraquet.
Led by Alexis Landry inthe original town site was founded at what is now Country: Canada.This is the first of a series of papers planned to cover important New Brunswick settlements of which the history is yet largely or wholly unwritten.
In fol- lowing numbers of this magazine I hope thus io consider Shippegan, Caraquet, Pokemouche, Tracadie, Tabusintac, Burnt Church and Neguac, Bay du Vin 8o ACADIENSIS.