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Title New Brunswick; With Notes for Emigrants Comprehending the Early History, an Account of the Indians, Settlement, Topography, Statistics, Commerce, Timber, Manufactures, Agriculture, Fisheries, Geology, Natural History, Social and Political State, Immigrants, and Contemplated Railways of That Province
Author Gesner, Abraham
Date 1847
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information Simmonds & Ward
Reference SFX lsidyv3c5c9384
Library / Archive British Library
Collection Name General Reference Collection
Description A description of New Brunswick with advice for potential emigrants, with the history of settlements in New Brunswick including encounters with Native Americans, and information regarding the current settlements, topography, statistics, trade, manufacturing, agriculture and industries, resources, infrastructure and the railways.
Biographical Note / History The author, Abraham Gesner, was a surgeon and fellow of the Geological Society of London.
Theme(s) Arrivals: Ports and Early Experiences; Motives for Emigration; Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations
Country (from) Great Britain
Country (to) Canada
Places London, England; New Brunswick, Canada
Nationality English
Keywords resources, history, Native American Indians, settlements, topography, geology, statistics, commerce, timber, trade, manufacturing, agriculture, fisheries, politics, infrastructure, railroads, resources
Language English
Copyright British Library