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This is another of our continuing special series of texts covering the ten provinces and three territories of Canada. Today we’re looking into New Brunswick.
New Brunswick is south of Quebec, part of the Maritimes, and gateway to PEI and Nova Scotia. It’s a great province of scenery, history, fishing and seafood. For scenery we have a travel eBook called Rocks and Scenery of Fundy National Park, Fundy National Park being the home of the highest tides in the world.
Historically, New Brunswick was one of the four provinces during Confederation to form Canada (the other three being Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia). This story is part of the eBook The Fighting-Slogan by H. A. Cody. Another aspect of history in New Brunswick is the United Empire Loyalists, as described in The United Empire Loyalists: A Chronicle of the Great Migration by W. Stewart Wallace and The King’s Arrow: A Tale of the United Empire Loyalists by H. A. Cody.
If you like what we do here on Faded Page and want to help us add even more public domain books to the site, come join us and proofread a few pages. For more information about how to volunteer, check out our companion site, Distributed Proofreaders Canada.
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