November 27, 2022
St. Andrew’s Anglican Church Doaktown
Churches, History

St. Andrew’s Anglican Church Doaktown

St. Andrew's Anglican Church, is located on Main Street in the Village of Doaktown. This wooden building was completed in 1892. Bishop John Medley, New Brunswick's first Anglican Bishop, was keen to ecclesiastical architecture and was responsible for the construction…

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New Brunswick Cenotaphs
Cenotaphs, History, Landmarks, Video

New Brunswick Cenotaphs

Every November 11, crowds gather at New Brunswick Cenotaphs and war memorials to pay tribute to those who died in armed conflict. While the rites and rituals surrounding Remembrance Day are well understood, the monuments around which we gather and…

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The Loomcrofters Studio
History, Landmarks

The Loomcrofters Studio

The Loomcrofters Studio building is one of the oldest buildings in New Brunswick, dating to about 1789. Although once believed to be about 30 years older, dendrochronological work (dating core samples from the beams and boards) provides a more accurate…

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Aida Flemming
Biography

Aida Flemming

Aida Flemming was a Canadian teacher, writer and animal welfare advocate. She founded the Kindness Club and was the wife of Hugh John Flemming, who was Premier of New Brunswick from 1952 to 1960. Her father was Charles Whitfield McAnn.…

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