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Pioneers, Ploughs, and Politics: New Brunswick Planned Settlements

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Handbill advertising a lecture on New Brunswick as a home for emigrants / by Mr. Brown, late surveyor general of the British province of New Brunswick, in America. – June 1862. – 1 p. of textual records. Interested parties are invited to attend emigrant commissioner James Brown’s lecture on New Brunswick to be delivered in the Mechanic’s Lecture Hall, Fisher Street, Carlisle, Scotland on 25 June 1862 at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free and a map of the province will be exhibited. This lecture was given near the end of Brown’s tour of Scotland, Ireland, and northern England which began in August 1861. MC295-MS16-4 James Brown fonds, PANB.

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