October 28, 2021

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University of New Brunswick
History

University of New Brunswick

The University of New Brunswick in Fredericton is the first English-language university in Canada. The idea for a university was born as the American Revolutionary War drew to a close in…

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Richard Hayne House
History, Landmarks

Richard Hayne House

John E. Woolford, Royal Engineer and Barrack Master, is credited with the construction of this large-Georgian house built about 1840. Set back from the street, this two-and-a-half storey wood frame…

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Burchell-Wetmore House
History, Landmarks, Spring

Burchell-Wetmore House

This house was built in 1855 by James Burchell, builder and mason, who lived there until 1872. His father, Alexander Burchill was the superintendent of Fredericton’s water-works. His brother was Charles Burchill, a…

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