December 5, 2022

Fort Howe

Fort Howe
Landmarks, History

Fort Howe

Following the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783, numerous Loyalist refugees from the American Revolutionary War moved to the area surrounding Fort Howe because of the protection it afforded, founding the communities of Parrtown and Carleton. Fort Howe…

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Saint John
History, Bridges, Landmarks, Museum

Saint John

Saint John is the oldest city in New Brunswick and Canada's first incorporated city. Located at the mouth of the Saint John River, on the Bay of Fundy. Saint John Harbour was first entered probably in 1524 by Gomez (A Spaniard)…

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