Fredericton, N B

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Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory
Provincial Normal School/ Justice Building
Floods
Chestnut Canoes
Lord Beaverbrook Hotel
Library
Boss Gibson and Marysville
Schools
Government House/ once RCMP HQ
Fredericton Train Station, Trains and Railway Bridge
Burden School House
Wilmot Park
O'Dell Park
Boyce's Farmer's Market
Beaverbrook Art Gallery
Playhouse
The cabin
St Thomas
Officer's Square and Garrick Military District
Maps
Mary Grannan
Bliss Carman
Christ Church Cathedral
City Hall
Aerial Pictures
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Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory

If the shoe fits: Hartt Shoe Company resurrected | CBC News

If the shoe fits: Hartt Shoe Company resurrected | CBC News

The Hartt Shoe Company, also known as the Hartt Boot and Shoe Company from the late 1890s, is back.

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

The Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory was established by Odbur Hartt in 1898.

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

The Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory was established by Odbur Hartt in 1898.

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

The Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory was established by Odbur Hartt in 1898.

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

The Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory was established by Odbur Hartt in 1898.

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Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

The Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory was established by Odbur Hartt in 1898.

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Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

The Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory was established by Odbur Hartt in 1898.

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

The Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory was established by Odbur Hartt in 1898.

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

Hartt Boot & Shoe Factory

The Hartt Boot and Shoe Factory was established by Odbur Hartt in 1898.

Provincial Normal School/ Justice Building

Queen Street

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Queen Street

Provincial Normal School Plaque

Provincial Normal School/Justice Building

This handsome brick and stone edifice, located on Queen Street, replaced the original 1876 Victorian building built as a Normal School for teacher training

The first provincial Normal School on Queen Street. Photo from the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Taylor Collection.

Provincial Normal School/Justice Building

This handsome brick and stone edifice, located on Queen Street, replaced the original 1876 Victorian building built as a Normal School for teacher training

Pro Noraml School: Some older portions survive, including the 1913 rear annex of lighter brick, along with the triple-arched entrance with its pink granite pillars, which were saved from the ruins of the 1876 fire.

Provincial Normal School/Justice Building

This handsome brick and stone edifice, located on Queen Street, replaced the original 1876 Victorian building built as a Normal School for teacher training

normal school fire 1929

Provincial Normal School/Justice Building

This handsome brick and stone edifice, located on Queen Street, replaced the original 1876 Victorian building built as a Normal School for teacher training

P4-2-57 normal school fire  Last of the old Provincial Normal School, Fredericton. Early stages of the fire of Sunday – May 5, 1929.

Provincial Normal School/Justice Building

This handsome brick and stone edifice, located on Queen Street, replaced the original 1876 Victorian building built as a Normal School for teacher training

Provincial Normal School/Justice Building

Provincial Normal School/Justice Building

This handsome brick and stone edifice, located on Queen Street, replaced the original 1876 Victorian building built as a Normal School for teacher training

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provincial normal school fredericton

Floods

Fredericton during the 2008 flooding, as pictured from the air above the St. John River. (New Brunswick Provincial Archives)

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

It's among the worst floods New Brunswick has seen in recent memory, but it won't be the last.

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

It's among the worst floods New Brunswick has seen in recent memory, but it won't be the last.

This photo taken May 1, 1973, shows the view looking south down Waterloo Row from the south side of the Beaverbook Art Gallery. (New Brunswick Provincial Archives)

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

It's among the worst floods New Brunswick has seen in recent memory, but it won't be the last.

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

It's among the worst floods New Brunswick has seen in recent memory, but it won't be the last.

Cars navigate downtown Fredericton during the 1936 flood.

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

It's among the worst floods New Brunswick has seen in recent memory, but it won't be the last.

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

It's among the worst floods New Brunswick has seen in recent memory, but it won't be the last.

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

It's among the worst floods New Brunswick has seen in recent memory, but it won't be the last.

Flooded streets in Fredericton in the spring of 1936 — which, like 2018, was a major flood year along the banks of the St. John River and its tributaries. (New Brunswick Provincial Archives)

Worst floods in New Brunswick history: how 2018 compares | CBC News

It's among the worst floods New Brunswick has seen in recent memory, but it won't be the last.

Flooding from the St. John River in downtown Fredericton, N.B., 2008.

Aerial Photography by Stephen MacGillivray Photographer

Chestnut Canoes

Henry Chestnut, founder of Chestnut Canoe in his roadster with his canoe on top in the early 1930’s.

Chestnut Canoe Factory

Chestnut Canoe became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 canoes each year.

fter 69 years in business, the Chestnut Company left Fredericton moving to a new factory in Oromocto in 1974. The factory closed for good in 1979, shipping the last of their canoes early that year. Most of the Chestnut molds survive and are being used in several wooden canoe shops in Canada.

Chestnut Canoe Factory

Chestnut Canoe became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 canoes each year.

Chestnut Canoe Factory

Chestnut Canoe became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 canoes each year.

The first factory was finished in 1908. But in December 1921, it all burned down in a spectacular blaze. In 1923 a new building was finished.

Chestnut Canoe Factory

Chestnut Canoe became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 canoes each year.

The Chestnut Canoe Factory became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 beautiful canoes each year. They also supplied the armed forces with thousands of pairs of snowshoes. Today, old Chestnut canoes are highly prized.

Chestnut Canoe Factory

Chestnut Canoe became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 canoes each year.

Where Chestnut canoes were originally made in Fredericton, NB

Chestnut Canoe Factory

Chestnut Canoe became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 canoes each year.

Building the Chestnut Canoe Factory Fredericton NB

Chestnut Canoe Factory

Chestnut Canoe became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 canoes each year.

Chestnut Canoe Factory, Fredericton, NB

Chestnut Canoe Factory

Chestnut Canoe became the largest industry of its kind in the British Empire. By 1914, this world famous company was turning out 1200 canoes each year.

Lord Beaverbrook Hotel

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Library

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Boss Gibson and Marysville

Keep the Dali dry

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Alexander "Boss" Gibson (1819 – August 14, 1913) was an industrialist in New Brunswick, Canada.  He was born near Saint Andrews, New Brunswick, the son of John Gibson and Jane Neilson. In 1862, Gibson bought a sawmill and forest land in the Fredericton area. He was then instrumental in building two railway lines, the New Brunswick Railway and the Canada Eastern Railway in order to ship goods from his mills to other markets.

Alexander "Boss" Gibson (1819 – August 14, 1913) was an industrialist in New Brunswick, Canada. He was born near Saint Andrews, New Brunswick, the son of John Gibson and Jane Neilson. In 1862, Gibson bought a sawmill and forest land in the Fredericton area. He was then instrumental in building two railway lines, the New Brunswick Railway and the Canada Eastern Railway in order to ship goods from his mills to other markets.

Schools

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Government House/ once RCMP HQ

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Fredericton Train Station, Trains and Railway Bridge

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Burden School House

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Wilmot Park

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O'Dell Park

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Boyce's Farmer's Market

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Playhouse

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The cabin

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St Thomas

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Officer's Square and Garrick Military District

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Maps

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Mary Grannan

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Bliss Carman

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Christ Church Cathedral

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City Hall

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Queen Street

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Queen Street

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Fredericton, CANADA - University of New Brunswick - TUCKS - 1913

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Historic home in Fredericton

Historic home in Fredericton

House on Waterloo Row

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Officer Barracks

Officer Barracks

Queen Fredericton 1946

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Keep the Dali dry

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Fredericton's first bridge

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The Forest Queen Ferry          Date:        19th Century, Circa 1880           Location:        St. Mary's, Devon, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

Former RCAF building, Charlotte St. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada 2011

Former RCAF building, Charlotte St. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada 2011

Fredericton, New Brunswick

Fredericton, New Brunswick

Soldier's Barracks, Fredericton, New Brunswick

Soldier's Barracks, Fredericton, New Brunswick

Queen St Fredericton New Brunswick Canada

Queen St Fredericton New Brunswick Canada