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This Virtual Exhibition has been a partnership project with the following institutions:

Virtual Museum of Canada
Virtual Museum of Canada
Heritage Branch, Province of New Brunswick
Heritage Branch, Province of  New Brunswick
Department of Education, Province of New Brunswick
Department of Education, Province of New Brunswick
BrunNet
BrunNet Inc.
Kings Landing Historical Settlement
Kings Landing Historical Settlement
Musée acadien of the Université de Moncton Musée acadien of the Université de Moncton
New Brunswick Museum
New Brunswick Museum
Village historique acadien Village historique acadien


Special Thanks to:

Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, Province of New Brunswick
Association Museums New Brunswick
Canadian Museum of Civilization
Centre d'études acadiennes
Communications New Brunswick
Denise Pelletier
Dialogue New Brunswick
Elizabeth Augustine
Environment Canada
George MacBeath
Harriet Irving Library, Archives and Special Collections Department, University of New Brunswick
Island Quest Marine
Joël Basque
Lee Sackett
Luis Bernardini, Calais, Maine
Moncton Museum
National Gallery of Canada
David Buccello, National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior
New Brunswick Aquarium and Marine Centre
New Brunswick Legislative Library
Norah Ward, Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nation Chiefs
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Red Bank First Nation

Rob Harris
Seamus McGreal
Stephanie Walsh, Ste Croix 2004
Supply & Services, Province of New Brunswick
Sylvia Priestley-Brown
The Viking Network
York-Sunbury Historical Society Inc. Museum


Web Development Team:

Cynthia Wallace-Casey, Denise Pelletier, Lee Sackett, Gérard Sirois, Patricia Allen, Janice Allen-Scott, Stephen Augustine, Darrel Butler, Jeanne Mance Cormier, Sylvain Godin, Bob Guthrie, Gary Hughes, Peter Larocque, Don Lemon, Randy Miller, Felicity Osepchook, Laurent Robichaud, Elizabeth Augustine, Bonnie Buckingham, Rosemonde Chiasson, Emily Clark, Avis Fitton, Debbie Good, Bruce Lynch, George MacBeath, Kevin McCluskey, Sandra Mitchell, David Perley, Karen Perley, Sylvia Priestley-Brown, Everett Sanipass, Fidèle Thériault, Jean-Marie Thériault, Darlene Whitehouse-Sheehan, Beverly Woznow, Wayne Burley, Karolina Gehres, Charlie Chiasson, Nancy Durelle, Curtis Wiseman.


BrunNet Web Development Team:

Mike Carpenter, Don Fitzgerald, Peter Gillies, Melynda Jarratt, J.D. LeJeune.


Bibliography:

Allen, Patricia. Metepenagiag: New Brunswick's Oldest Village. Red Bank, Red Bank First Nation, 1991.

American Friends Service Committee. The Wabanakis of Maine and the Maritimes: A Resource Book About Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Maliseet, Micmac and
Abenaki Indians, with Lesson Plans for Grades 4 through 8
. Bath, Maine
Indian Program, 1989.

Buckner, Phillip A. and John G. Reid. The Atlantic Region to Confederation: A History. Toronto, University of Toronto Press Incorporated, 1994.

Calloway, Colin G. Dawnland Encounters: Indians and Europeans in Northern New
England
. Hanover, University Press of New England, 1991.

Caney, Steven. Kids' America. New York, Workman Publishing, 1978.

Finley, A. Gregg. The Loyalists. Saint John, The New Brunswick Museum, 1975.

Leavitt, Robert M. Mi'kmaq of the East Coast. Markham, Fitzhenry & Whiteside Ltd., 2000.

Leavitt, Robert M. Maliseet & Micmac First Nations of the Maritimes. Fredericton, New Ireland Press, 1995.

Lemon, Donald P. Theatre of Empire: Three Hundred Years of Maps of the Maritimes. Saint John, New Brunswick Museum, 1987.

MacBeath, George. New Brunswick's Old Government House: A Pictorial History.
Fredericton, New Ireland Press, 1995.

MacBeath, George and Dorothy Chamberlin. New Brunswick: The Story of Our
Province
. Toronto, W.J. Gage Limited, 1965.

MacDonald, M.A. Fortune & La Tour: The Civil War in Acadia. Halifax, Nimbus
Publishing Ltd., 2000.

MacDonald, M.A. Rebels & Royalists: The Lives and Material Culture of New
Brunswick's Early English-Speaking Settlers, 1758-1783
. Fredericton, New
Ireland Press, 1990.

Nash, Eve. Koluskap Stories As Retold by Maliseet and Mi'kmaq Elders. Fredericton, Department of Education Curriculum Development Branch, 1998.

Nicholas, Andrea Bear. "The Spirit in the Land - The Native People of Aroostook", The County: Land of Promise (A Pictorial History of Aroostook County, Maine).
Norfolk, The Donning Company, c. 1989.

Pelletier, Denise and Marie-Claire Pitre. Les Pays Bas: Histoire de la region Jemseg-Woodstock sur la rivière Saint Jean pendant la période française (1604-1759). Fredericton, La Société d'histoire de la rivière Saint-Jean, 1985.

Spray, William A. The Blacks in New Brunswick. Fredericton, Brunswick Press, 1972.

Spray, William and Carole. New Brunswick: Its History and Its People. Toronto, Gage Publishing Limited, 1984.

Webster, John Clarence. Acadia at the End of the Seventeenth Century: Letters, Journals and Memoirs of Joseph Robineau de Villebon, Commandant in Acadia, 1690-1700 and Other Contemporary Documents. Saint John, The New Brunswick
Museum, 1934.

Woznow, Beverly A. Our Stories: Heritage '94. Fredericton, Department of Advanced Education and Labour Multiculturalism and Immigration Office, 1994.

The Heritage Branch of the Province of New Brunswick gratefully acknowledges the financial investment by the Department of Canadian Heritage in the creation of this on-line presentation for the Virtual Museum of Canada.

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