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Pioneers, Ploughs, and Politics: New Brunswick Planned Settlements

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Copy of letter from Benjamin R. Stevenson, surveyor general, Fredericton, N.B., to the Hon. Wm. Annand, London. – 26 February 1877. – 1 p. of textual records. William Annand served as immigrant agent for Nova Scotia and New Brunswick from his office in the Canada Government Building, King Street, Westminister S.W., London, England. Here Stevenson advises Annand that the emigration agency of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in London will probably close after 11 May 1877. He states that he has heard nothing regarding the appointment of emigrant agents in London by the Dominion Government and instructs Annand to prepare his report to 31 December 1877. RS637-1b4 Records of the surveyor general, letter books, 16 July 1875-26 February 1877, PANB.

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