Category: The White Fence

The White Fence, issue #6

May, 1998 Editorial Dear friends, So far, my main experience with the Heritage Trust and this newsletter has been, and still is, one of discovery. Now, many things can be “discovered” in the course of one’s life but at this point, my latest discovery is really about myself. And particularly my own role in this… Continue reading…

The White Fence, issue #5

February, 1998 Editorial As I mentioned in our last newsletter, I read with great interest the two volumes of For Love of Stone (Vol. I: The Story of New Brunswick’s Stone Industry and Vol. II: An Overview of Stone Buildings in New Brunswick) by Gwen Martin. And in this newsletter, I will summarize some of… Continue reading…

The White Fence, issue #4

October, 1997 Editorial Dear Friends of Heritage, First of all, I must announce that the series “Tales of the Horse” by Dick McLeod has been discontinued in this newsletter. And for a very happy reason: Dick’s tales have been published by the Trust and are for sale at Tidewater Books, The Crofter and other locations… Continue reading…

The White Fence, issue #3

October, 1997 Editorial Another fascinating year of exploration into the rich history of Tantramar lies before us and many stories are yet to be told at the white fence! In this episode of our newsletter, we enter Part II of Dick McLeod’s fascination with the horses of Tantramar and read further into Nathaniel Smith’s letter… Continue reading…

The White Fence, issue #2

May, 1997 Editorial This is the second foray into our historical venture of Tantramar. After telling you about “the white fence” in our first issue, I learned much about this little Sackville “landmark”. Indeed many stories had been exchanged there between storytellers who are no longer with us, but the children of those times brought… Continue reading…

The White Fence, issue #1

January, 1997 This is the first of many newsletters to keep you in touch with Tantramar’s past. Its main objective is to provide us with a medium where we can exchange stories and inform each other about Tantramar’s fascinating history. An equally important objective is to make available a space where we can communicate, where… Continue reading…