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4 edition of guide to the manuscript collections in the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick found in the catalog.

guide to the manuscript collections in the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.

guide to the manuscript collections in the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

by Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.

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Published by [Provincial Archives of New Brunswick] in Fredericton .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Brunswick,
  • Fredericton
    • Subjects:
    • Provincial Archives of New Brunswick -- Catalogs,
    • Manuscripts, Canadian -- New Brunswick -- Fredericton -- Catalogs,
    • New Brunswick -- History -- Sources -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Ann B. Rigby.
      ContributionsRigby, Ann B.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCD3645.N4 P76 1977
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 159 p. ;
      Number of Pages159
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4293713M
      LC Control Number78321518

      A Guide to Dutch Manuscripts Relating to New Netherland is a catalog of primary source material located in repositories throughout the United States. The purposes of the Guide are to 1) describe relevant documents and collections and 2) provide researchers with their location. The New BrunsQuick Shuttle 1 and 2 travel in a loop that services the New Brunswick Train Station (starting from the bus stop on the Somerset Street side of the Train Station), to the Rutgers Student Center (RSC), which is a 2 minute from .

      New Brunswick, NJ Telephone: A guide to the manuscripts at this library is: Rutgers University Library. A Guide to the Manuscript Collection of the Rutgers University Library. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Library, (FHL book A3s; computer number ) Diaries and journals are inventoried in. Rutgers University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives New Brunswick, NJ Papers: In the Legal Papers, ; items, 5 volumes, 4 folders, and 1 microfilm reel.

      Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library New York, NY Papers: 19 items. Letters and documents. Additional Papers: Correspondence in the Jay family papers, ; typewritten copies of letters between Burr and Alexander Hamilton and their seconds, preceding their duel, in Frank Monaghan papers, ca. , , ; and in Alfred C. Berol collection. The Government of New Brunswick provides the public with quick and easy access to public information about departments, agencies, programs and services. New Brunswick Site Search Guide for parents and the public. Details for Atlantic Bubble Travel to New Brunswick.


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Guide to the manuscript collections in the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick by Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Guide to the manuscript collections in the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Fredericton: [Provincial Archives of New Brunswick], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

We have in the Archives in vol. M, what appears to be the original 'List of Loyalists drawing lands in St. John, New Brunswick, ' This manuscript really comprises three lists:— (1) The Parr-town or main list containing 1, names, of grantees numbered from 1 to 1, with the date of grant opposite each name down to number Overview Overview.

The UNB Archives & Special Collections Department: collects, preserves and administers the records of, and papers related to, the University of New Brunswick and its predecessors and affiliates, to foster an understanding of our past, ensuring also the availability of these materials for administrative, legal and research purposes.

The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick (PANB) was established in to provide for the private manuscript collections have not been microfilmed or digitized and must be used at PANB. For a fee, Archives staff may make copies of records.

from a few lines in a book to entire genealogical collections. There are various Muster Rolls and Paylists for some units of the militia in both the Provincial Archives and the New Brunswick Museum.

Consult the PANB "Guide to the Manuscript Collections" for an inventory. Manuscript Collection # military and militia records at the PANB contain contain correspondence, commissions, troop supply documents. Guide to Family Histories and the Provincial Archives (available online) The Guide to Family Histories at the Provincial Archives was created to enhance access to family histories found in a multitude of sources at PANB.

Items referenced vary in volume from a few lines in a book to entire genealogical collections. The index can be found. Collections of books and periodicals (c,) which, for a variety of reasons, are held apart from the main library areas, are housed in the Archives & Special Collections Department of the Harriet Irving Library.

Also found here are c.6, ft. of UNB's institutional records and private papers (historical and literary) relevant to New Brunswick. The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick will open for in-person visits by appointment only beginning Monday, July 6, To book an appointment and for more details, please call Heather Lyons at or email [email protected] Staff continue to be available for consultation by email: [email protected] and by phone: The current (6th) edition, released in Januaryhas been prepared to assist the family historian identify and locate genealogical data in the files, books, manuscripts, records and resources found in the collections at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick located in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Provincial Archives of New Brunswick - Archives provinciales Nouveau Brunswick. New Brunswick Province Online Databases This chart shows links to province-wide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases., and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library.

The Archives & Special Collections Department of Harriet Irving Library at the University of New Brunswick holds a collection of fourteen linear feet of documents belonging to the Bailey family, plus seven feet of bound manuscripts, a number of artifacts, and published books.

It has extensive information on the King’s New Brunswick Regiment, New Brunswick Regiment of Fencible Infantry, and the th Regiment of Foot, including a book-length manuscript on the history of the New Brunswick Fencibles.

The collection has been microfilmed. Location: Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB. A Guide to the Manuscript Collections in the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, which inventories only the manuscript holdings of the archives established inshould prove a useful tool for historians of New Brunswick.

A guide to the record groups is to be anticipated. The philosophical question raised in my mind by the publication of. A guide to the Women’s History Archives at Rutgers. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Libraries, Especially good for New Jersey history. 42 p. Z U5 R88 Sophia Smith Collection.

Catalog of the Sophia Smith Collection, Women’s History Archive, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts. Northampton, MA: Smith College, Included is a daybook and many other items pertaining to Henry P.

Cortelyou (), a farmer from Ten Mile Run (now part of New Brunswick). Biographical Note: The Cortelyou Family is descended from Neeltje Van Duyn (d. ) and Jaques Cortelyou (ca.

), who arrived in New York from France in If searching catalogs is new for you, ask a reference librarian at a local library for assistance.

Finding Aids: A finding aid (sometimes called inventory, collection listing, register, or calendar) is a text document providing a description of the contents of a collection, just like a table of contents outlines the contents of a book.

By using. Theological study note book, (1 volume) Rutgers University Archives Rutgers Board of Trustees [RG3], box 1, folder 6 Copies and extracts of resolutions at the General Synod of the Dutch Reformed Church in New York, Octoberconcerning a professorate of theology at Queens College, New Brunswick [Not dated, 4 items].

Maps in the repository's collection depict all areas of the world through about and New Jersey throughout its history. Approximately 8, items, both printed and manuscript, comprise the collection. Among the highlights are a copy of the "Admiral's Map," which includes an early representation of the New World, and several dozen nineteenth-century wall maps of New.

The front cover is inscribed: “This Book is the property of the ‘New-Brunswick Fire Insurance Company’ to be delivered to said Co.

or their agent upon the request thereof — New Brunswick, Ap Lewis Applegate, Sec.” Gift of the Monmouth County Historical Association, Related Collections. andA Guide to Dutch Manuscripts Relating to New Netherland in United States Repositories was updated in – under a project of the New Netherland Research Center and the New York State Archives with support from the New Netherland Institute and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

The information compiled during that project is. Official municipal archives for the City of New Orleans ( to date); repository for Orleans Civil () and Criminal () Courts; map and photograph collection; card indexes to obituaries and news items in local newspapers (); non-archival manuscripts, rare books, genealogy, and carnival collections.A genealogical guide to “Charlotte Co.

Archives, St. Andrews, New Brunswick.” by Shirley O’Neil, published in Generations, Vol. 20, No. 2, Summerlists the various types of records available at the old Charlotte County Gaol. Preserved and organized by the Friends of the Charlotte County Historical Society, the list of holdings and.