October 2, 2022

Acadians

Saint-Thomas de Memramcook Church
Churches, History, Landmarks, Rural

Saint-Thomas de Memramcook Church

Saint-Thomas de Memramcoock Church is a stone Roman Catholic church in Memramcook.  Saint-Thomas de Memramcook Church is designated a Local Historic Place in recognition of the importance of Saint-Thomas de Memramcook parish during the Acadian re-colonization of south-eastern New Brunswick…

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Fort Gaspareaux
History, Landmarks, Rural

Fort Gaspareaux

Fort Gaspareaux (later Fort Monckton) was a French fort at the head of Baie Verte near the mouth of the Gaspareaux River and just southeast of the modern village of Port Elgin, on the Northumberland Strait separating the mainland from…

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Sackville
History

Sackville

The picturesque Town of Sackville nestled on the edge of the expansive and fertile Tantramar Marshes is one of New Brunswick's oldest communities. The Town has a European settlement history dating back nearly 300 years, while aboriginal peoples have used…

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