Struggle For Sackville : The British Re-settlement of Chignecto 1955-1990. First Edition.

By: FOX, Amy BOGARD, Paul

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FOX, Amy and Paul BOGARD. The Struggle For Sackville : The British Re-settlement of Chignecto 1955-1990. (Sackville, New Brunswick) : Tantramar Heritage Trust, 2012. First Edition. Pp [i]-x, 1-190. Illustrated with maps and reproductions of documents in text. Large 8vo, map-illustrated light olive cardcovers. "When the British finally began their re-settlement scheme in 1759, the Governor & Council in Halifax established five counties, and made provision for an initial set of New England-style farming and fishing townships, including Sackville. In 1760-61 families began moving up from Rhode Island, and on the 20th of July, 1762, the Committee authorized to distributethe lands within Sackville Township began their work. The founding of Sack ville is the story of these 'planter' families struggling to establish new homes along the dyked marshlands of the Tanttramar. Ten years later immigrants from Yorkshire joined the Planters dided to stay, and in the wake of Loyalist immigrants in the 1780s the new province of New Brunswick was partitioned from the old Nova Scotia, leaving Sackville the very first town in all of this new province." - from rear cover. Prologue; 1. Nova Scotia through 1755; 2. Years of Uncertainty (1755-1758); 3. The Challenge of ResettlingNova Scotia (1758-1760); 4. Immigration and Migration (1760-1768) : Patter ns of Immigration- Halifax Politics - The Next Acadian Challenge - Belcher's Paranoia - The Return to Acadia - Making Peace with the Native People - Arrival of the Planters - Characterizing the Planter Experience; 5. Planter Life in Nova Scotia (1760s) : The Surveys of Charles Morris - The FishermenLiverpool - Yarmouth - Barrington - The Farmers - Farming on the Bay of Fu ndy Marshlands - Robinson and Rispin's Assessment of Nova Scotia - Planter Life - Farming Families - Houses - Sustenance - Spiritual Life - Education;6. The Founding of Sackville (1759-1764); 7. The Settling of Sackville (17 60-1768); Epilogue; With appendices. Very good. 20.00

Title: Struggle For Sackville : The British Re-settlement of Chignecto 1955-1990. First Edition.

Author Name: FOX, Amy BOGARD, Paul

Categories: 888,

Publisher: The Tantramar Heritage Trust and The Town of Sackville Heritage Board, Sackville, NB, 2012, ISBN:9780986964923:

Seller ID: 110366

Keywords: SACKVILLE NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA COLONIAL CANADIAN LOCAL HISTORY CHIGNECTO ISTHMUS,