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THT Releases New Book: The Cumberland Basin Grindstone Industry A Compendium of Sources & Illustrations Compiled and Edited by Paul Bogaard

Primarily a reprinting of the undergraduate thesis written by James D. Snowdon in 1972, newly transcribed and brought up to date. This remains the best narrative yet written on the remarkable story of one of the earliest industries to arise in the Tantramar region. To this have been added illustrations, maps, interviews, and a number… Continue reading…

THT Releases New Book: Foundries of Sackville NB – The Places, Products, Processes, and People – by Susan Amos

The Tantramar Heritage Trust is pleased to announce the launch of its 38th publication, Foundries of Sackville NB – The Places, Products, Processes, and People by Susan Amos. The book was launched on Saturday, September 17th at 2 p.m. at Sackville Town Hall to a large and appreciative crowd. Foundries of Sackville NB tells the… Continue reading…

Sackville Centennial Monument Restored

A significant historical monument in Sackville, N.B. has acquired a new lease of life this summer by the construction of a new access path. The “Sackville Centennial Monument,” located in downtown Sackville at 120 Main Street, adjacent to the Mount Allison University “Swan Pond” and directly across Main Street from St. Paul’s Anglican Church, was… Continue reading…

New Historical Memorial in Downtown Sackville, NB

The return of better weather has facilitated the completion of the installation of a new historical marker in downtown Sackville, N.B., – a memorial bell and a historical plaque commemorating “Sackville Methodist Churches.” Located in the corner of the Old Lower Sackville Methodist Cemetery at 112 Main Street, directly opposite “Cranewood,” the memorial consists of… Continue reading…