December 5, 2022

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Bliss-Beckwith House
History, Biography

Bliss-Beckwith House

The Bliss-Beckwith house located at 750 Brunswick Street in Fredericton is an excellent example of a well-crafted late 18th century/early 19th century Georgian residence. It was built in 1800 for Rev. George Pidgeon, Rector of Fredericton. Rev. Samuel Cooke, who…

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George Pidgeon House
Landmarks, History

George Pidgeon House

This two and half storey wood frame house is an excellent example of a well-crafted late 18th century/early 19th century Georgian residence. It was built in 1800 for George Pidgeon, rector of Fredericton.  It was probably used as a rectory…

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Carriage House
Landmarks, History

Carriage House

The Carriage House, a splendid Victorian mansion, located at 230 University Avenue in Fredericton, was built in 1875 by Harry Beckwith, commissioner of the New Brunswick & Nova Scotia Land Company. Like his father, John A. Beckwith, Harry would become…

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