December 4, 2020

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Bliss Carman
Biography, History

Bliss Carman

Bliss Carman, poet, essayist, journalist, and editor was born 15 April 1861 in Fredericton. He was the son of William Carman, a barrister and court official, and Sophia Mary Bliss…

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Harriet Irving Library
History, Landmarks

Harriet Irving Library

This building was named for Harriet (MacNairn) Irving (1899 - 1976), wife of New Brunswick industrialist K.C. Irving. Renovations/additions: Changes were made to the first floor in 1983 which improved…

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Bliss Carman House
Biography, History, Landmarks

Bliss Carman House

This two-and-a-half storey structure, located at 74 Shore Street in a residential area of Fredericton’s downtown plat, was the childhood home of the internationally acclaimed poet, Bliss Carman.  Though situated…

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Odell Estate Cottages
History, Landmarks

Odell Estate Cottages

This cottage, located at 758 George Street in Fredericton , was built in 1855 by William Odell on a pasture lot extending to Kings' College (now the University of New Brunswick).…

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