2 edition of The diverting history of a Loyalist town found in the catalog.
The diverting history of a Loyalist town
Grace Helen Mowat
Previously published: St. Andrews, N.B.: Charlotte County Cottage Craft, 1932 and 1937. The 1937 publication is also called the 2nd ed.
|Statement||by Grace Helen Mowat. --|
|LC Classifications||F5299.S13 M6 1953|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
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Her writing tended to be light-hearted and personal, such as the verse in FUNNY FABLES OF FUNDY (), and local history as in THE DIVERTING HISTORY OF A LOYALIST TOWN ().
Author of plays like "The Perfect Actor" and "The Unguarded Border," Helen's efforts in local theatre flourished in the ss as her pageants became popular attractions for summer visitors.
The Diverting History of a Loyalist Town: a Potrait of St. Andrews, New Brunswick Grace Helen Mowat Published by Brunswick Press, Fredericton, New Brunswick (). This volume presents a history of the Canadian town of St.
Andrews, New Brunswick, founded in by a group of United Empire Loyalists (colonists still loyal to King George III) who were exiled from the newly formed United States at the close of the Revolutionary War. The diverting history of a Loyalist town: a portrait of St. Andrews, New Brunswick by Mowat, Grace Helen, Publication date Topics St.
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In “ The Diverting History of a Loyalist Town - A Portrait of St. Andrews ”, Grace Helen Mowat, who had been a life long resident of the town, opens the curtains of the window of the past to let us glimpse, through many intriguing stories, the lives of those who settled this town and the others who followed.
The book is available for viewing at several research institutions. The diverting history of a loyalist town: a portrait of St. Andrews, New Brunswick. -- Author: Mowat, Grace Helen. Publication info. American Revolution, –83, struggle by which the Thirteen Colonies on the Atlantic seaboard of North America won independence from Great Britain and became the United States.
It is also called the American War of Independence. Causes and Early Troubles By the middle of the 18th cent., differences in life, thought, and interests had developed between the mother country and the growing.
The Diverting History of a Loyalist Town - A Portrait of St. Andrews by Grace Helen Mowat: Col # An Eye to the Future: A History of Pocologan, New River, Lepreau and Little Lepreau by Ethel Anne Thompson.
The Book really should not have been called "The Old United Empire Loyalists List", because not all "Loyalists" are listed. Others such as the British and German Hessien soldiers listed should not be included, because they were not born in the American Colonies.
Get this from a library. The diverting history of a loyalist town: a portrait of St. Andrews, New Brunswick. [Grace Helen Mowat]. Loyalist Gazette, vol. 32 (spring ): Mowat, Grace. The Diverting History of a Loyalist Town: a Portrait of St.
Andrews, New Brunswick. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, New Brunswick Historical Society. Loyalist Souvenir: One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Landing of the Loyalists in the Province of New Brunswick, The Diverting History of a Loyalist Town, St.
Andrews,by Grace Helen Mowat, Brunswick Press, Ltd Fredericton, NB, The Journey, Holy Rosary Parish, St. Stephen, NB & the Early Years by Ann Breault, St. Croix Printing & Publishing Co., St.
Stephen, NB, This book traces the history of those who remained loyal to the crown of Great Britain during the American Revolution. The book delves into the reasons behind loyalism, the political implications of loyalists, and the condition of life as a loyalist in the transition out of the United States.
Grace Helen Mowat, The Diverting History of St. Andrews, recounts the whole saga and how the Loyalist town just across the Penobscot River, at Fort George, was dismantled piece by piece, the framework, lumber and hardware, and shipped off to the British side of the new border, the St.
Croix. As a matter of fact she began the' Cottage Craft Woollens store in town. She wrote a few books, the well known one (around here) being 'The Diverting History of a Loyalist Town'.
That book is still available in town. Mowatt Drive by the Tim Horton's is probably named after her. Hope you are enjoying the fall and are ready for the winter. Susan. Mowat wrote lighthearted accounts of local history such as Funny Fables of Fundy (), and the Diverting History of a Loyalist Town ().
In the s–30s, Mowat diverted her talents towards the local theatre as a playwright. First published in hardcover inthe bicentenary of the migration, The Loyalists tells the very human story of these people – of the societies that shaped them, the attitudes that motivated them, and the circumstances that determined their future and influenced the future of s: History & Muster Roll of King's Royal Reg.
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The diverting history of a loyalist town: a portrait of St. Andrews, New Brunswick. FC S22 M68 No hay fever & a railway: summers in St. Andrews, Canada's first seaside resort / Willa Walker.Bibliography of Sources on the Loyalists Jump to: Theses | Books | Articles Theses.
Acheson, Thomas William. "Denominationalism in a Loyalist County: A Social History of Charlotte, " M.A. thesis, University of New Brunswick, Barkley, Murray Willis. "The Loyalist Tradition in New Brunswick: A Study of the Growth and Evolution of.Libraries Lennox and Addington County provides Publ ic Library services to Loyalist Township, as well as the other three municipalities within the County.
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