New Brunswick and the navy : four hundred years by Marc Milner Book 3 editions published in in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide From the seafaring battles between the British and the French of the s to the privateers of the War of , from the merchant ships of the Second World War to the construction of the corvettes and frigates in the 20th century, New Brunswick has played an important role in Canada's naval history.
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In , the new Dominion of Canada chose New Brunswick as the base for its naval operations. In this fact-filled volume, Marc Milner and Glenn Leonard tell the story of New Brunswick's contribution to Canada's storied naval heritage. A neighbourly war : New Brunswick and the War of by Robert L Dallison Book 1 edition published in in English and held by 55 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Looks at the impact of the War of on New Brunswick, in particular, how the once-friendly border with Maine turned hostile, how villages prospered by wartime growth, and how the settlement of British soldiers and Black Refugees changed the composition of the province's population.
Till the boys come home : life on the home front, Queens County, NB, by Curtis Mainville Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 47 WorldCat member libraries worldwide As clouds of war gathered across the Atlantic, the people of Queens County found themselves caught between the forces of tradition and change, struggling to balance military service with their commitments to domestic industry and charitable volunteerism.
While their contribution to the military effort may have lagged behind that of the province at large, they were nonetheless determined to supply comforts to men at the front and to remind them that they were not alone in their fight. Their sense of patriotic duty included not only overseas service in uniform but also service at home on the farms and in the coal mines that fed and fuelled the province. With few exceptions, the men and women of Queens County supported the war by taking care of their own--both those from the county who volunteered for service and the families they left behind.
Drawing on a wide range of archival sources, [this book] links the experience of the men and women of Queens County on the home front to those of their brothers and sisters serving overseas.
The result is a rich portrait of a community at war. Aboriginal people used this route as a major highway in all seasons and the great imperial powers followed their lead. The Grand Communications Route, as it was then called, was the only conduit for people, information and goods passing back and forth between the interior settlements and the wider world and became the backbone of empire for both England and France in their centuries of warfare over this territory.
It was Joseph Robineau de Villebon, a commandant in Acadie, who first made strategic use of the route in time of war because he understood its importance in the struggle for North America. The British put great effort into maintaining and fortifying the route, building major coastal forts at Saint John to guard its entrance and erecting garrisons and blockhouses all along the way to the St Lawrence, first as a defence against the French and then to ward off the Americans. The route also played a key role in the American Revolution as well as the Aroostook War of that saw bodies of troops lining each side of the border extending from St.
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