December 5, 2022

Museum

Steeves House Museum
Biography, History, Landmarks, Museum

Steeves House Museum

Hillsborough and Albert County were included in the Mi’kmaq First Nation’s territory, which included northern Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and much of New Brunswick. The Acadian people, who established the first continuous European Settlement in North America in 1604,…

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Barbour’s General Store
History, Landmarks, Museum

Barbour’s General Store

G. E. Barbour was founded in Saint John in 1867 by George L. and William Barbour. The company has been producing consistent, quality tea. Starting out selling food products in Market Square, brothers George L. and William Barbour grew their…

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Roosevelt Cottage
History, Landmarks, Museum

Roosevelt Cottage

Campobello Island is the home of Roosevelt Cottage in the Bay of Fundy, located across the international border from Lubec, Maine. It's the home to a unique international park that is run by the governments of both Canada and the United States. …

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Old Carleton County Court House
History, Landmarks, Museum

Old Carleton County Court House

Woodstock was settled by Loyalists following the American War of Independence. It was named for Woodstock Parish, established in 1786, which in turn was named for William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland and Viscount Woodstock, who was briefly British Prime…

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