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History of the islands and islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick

from their earliest settlement to the present time, including sketches of shipwrecks and other events of exciting interest

by J. G. Lorimer

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Published by s.n.] in [St. Stephen, N.B.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islands -- New Brunswick -- Fundy, Bay of.,
  • Shipwrecks -- New Brunswick.,
  • Iles -- Nouveau-Brunswick -- Fundy, Baie de.,
  • Naufrages -- Nouveau-Brunswick.,
  • Fundy, Bay of (N.S. and N.B.).,
  • Fundy, Baie de (N.-E. et N.-B.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.G. Lorimer
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 24102, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 24102
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 microfiches (73 fr.).
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24134647M
    ISBN 10066524102X

      One of our excellent author-historians published a great book many years ago called History of islands & islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, In it . * Note: This paper was presented by the author, Muriel H. Dixon, to the Charlotte County Historical Society in August Material for this paper has been taken from J. G. Lorimer™s book fi History of the Islands and Islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte Co., N.B.fl, printed at.

    The Bay of Fundy is a beautiful Bay with many small & picturesque towns and villages along its shoreline in both New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. If driving from St. Stephen, NB be sure to get off the T /5(). Bay of Fundy, inlet of the Atlantic Ocean between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick (north and west) and Nova Scotia (south and east). It extends 94 miles ( km) inland, is 32 miles (52 km) wide at its entrance, and is noted for its fast-running tides, which may produce rises as great as 70 feet (21 m), the highest in the world.

    The distance between Prince Edward Island to Bay of Fundy is Km by road. You can also find the distance from Prince Edward Island to Bay of Fundy using other travel options like bus, subway, tram, train and rail. Apart from the trip distance, refer Directions from Prince Edward Island to Bay of Fundy for road driving directions! The new machine is larger and more robust — built to withstand the 18km/h tidal currents. 5. Energy history For decades after it opened in , the barrage-style Annapolis Royal tidal generating station, at the mouth of the Annapolis River off the Bay of Fundy, .


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History of the islands and islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick by J. G. Lorimer Download PDF EPUB FB2

History of the Islands and Islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick: From Their Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, Including Sketches of Shipwrecks and Other Events of Exciting Interest was written by G.

Lorimer in This is a page book, containing words and 50 pictures. Search Inside is enabled for this /5(2). History of Islands and Islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick: From Their Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, Including Events of Exciting Interest (Classic Reprint) [John G.

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[J G Lorimer]. History of the islands and islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick: from their earliest settlement to the present time, including sketches of shipwrecks and other events of exciting interest, by J.G. Lorimer.

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History of the islands and islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick. From their earliest settlement to the present time, including sketches of shipwrecks and other events of exciting interest This book, "History of the islands and islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick," by J.G.

Lorimer, is a replication of a book originally published before /5(1). A small island off the Bay of Fundy became the first European settlement in North America in Led by Sieur de Mons and accompanied by Samuel Champlain, and 79 men attempted to settle St.

Croix Island. The first winter was tough on the explorers with ice flows cutting the new settlement off from the main land. Half of the men died of scurvy. History of the Islands and Islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick: From Their Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, Including Sketches of Shipwrecks and Other Events of Exciting Interest was written by G.

Lorimer in This is a page book, containing words and 50 pictures. Search Inside is enabled for this 5/5(1). A collection of islands at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, the Fundy Isles are a part of the Province of New Brunswick and are connected to the mainland, and each other, by ferry.

The Fundy Isle’s only connection to the mainland is the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Bridge at Lubec, Maine – the eastern most town in the United States. Heron Island as seen from New Brunswick with Quebec's Mont-Saint-Joseph in background.

This is a list of islands of New Brunswick. The province of New Brunswick is composed of mainland New Brunswick and is lined with islands of various magnitudes.

The Fundy Islands, also known as the Fundy Isles, is a term given to a group of Canadian islands in the Bay of Fundy along the southwestern coast of New Brunswick, Canada, in the provincial county of Charlotte. There are over 25 islands within this group including several parishes including the West of the larger islands are inhabited year-round while some of the smaller islands.

The temple is located on high ground, about a quarter of a mile eastward from the cove village overlooking the Bay of Fundy.

The belfry became home to a burglar named Archibald Downey in Aprilwhere he deposited bread, milk, ham, pork, butter, dried apples, and molasses, together with sundry utensils for housekeeping. History of islands & islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick; Also available in digital form.

Contributor: Lorimer, J[Ohn] G. Date:   One of our excellent author-historians published a great book many years ago called History of islands & islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, It mentions an anchor lost off Southern Head, Grand Manan.

Read the story about this mystery. Read More: MYSTERIES: If Champlain's Anchor was found on Grand Manan, where is. The following description of Campobello Island is from the History of Islands and Islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, by J.G.

Lorimer, Saint Stephen, N.B., These paragraphs are only slightly edited, to omit references to other parts of his book which would be out of context here. From the blog at Following is an edited version of one chapter of the History of Islands and Islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, by J.G.

Lorimer, Saint Stephen, objective was to shorten the presentation, which was not as successful as I would like though it is now reduced to about one quarter the length of the original.

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From their earliest settlement to the present time, including sketches of shipwrecks and other events of exciting interest.Title Grand Passage in the Bay Fundy, on the western shore of Nova Scotia Summary Print shows ships passing cliffs at the entrance to the Grand Passage of the .