The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick collects, preserves, and makes available for research, documents and records bearing upon the history of New Brunswick.
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At the Archives Associates
web site you will find membership information, and a wealth of helpful publications and merchandise for sale including census records, marriage records, maps, post cards, videos and more!
The Corporate Information Management Unit
of the Provincial Archives provides advice and assistance in records and information management to all government departments, agencies, corporations and commissions. Under provincial legislation, records management policies and procedures apply to all records, in any form, which are created or received in the administration of public business.
Alexander “Boss” Gibson was the greatest timber baron in the province and the founder of Marysville. Later in life, he constructed two major railway lines and built a cotton mill at Marysville. This exhibit, on loan from the Fredericton Region Museum, explores his career and impact on New Brunswick’s history.
Entrance to the Exhibit is free
and can be viewed during Provincial Archives of New Brunswick business hours: Monday to Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
. The exhibition will be on view until September 30, 2016