Pioneers, Ploughs, and Politics: New Brunswick Planned Settlements
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Plan of New Kincardineshire containing 25,000 acres / by Charles E. Beckwith, D.L.S. [Deputy Land Surveyor]. – 1873. – 1 sketch : pen and ink. The plan gives the names of the settlers, the number of the lot assigned to each, and the number of acres each received (100 or 200 acres). Rivers, streams, and roads are also noted. MC42-MS21-7 B. R. Stevenson fonds, Charlotte County Archives.
Christie family group, Scotch Colony, New Brunswick / by C. A. Hetherington. – [ca. 1895]. – 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17.5 cm. William Christie and four family members arrived in Scotch Colony in 1874. They settled on lot no. 102, consisting of 200 acres, in Upper Kintore settlement, Perth Parish. William Christie received his land grant eight years later, in 1882. The original photograph is included in the E. Mabel Hetherington fonds (MG L16) housed at UNB Archives and Special Collections Department. P29-15 Danny Johnson collection, PANB.
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