Series S004 - Research subjects

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    CA SHC F013-S004

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    • 1850 [reproduction]-2007 (Creation)

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    • 31 cm of textual records
    • 9 photographs

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    Series illustrates the research interests of Yves Robillard on various subjects in the Coaticook and Stanstead areas during the 19th and 20th centuries. It consists largely of research notes, research documents, and correspondence. The series is composed of the following files: Barford, Barnston, Bickford Corner, Coaticook history, Dixville, Ladd's Mills, Kingscroft, Stanhope, Way's Mills, Cemeteries, Barnston parishes, Fish farming, Stanstead Journal notes, Works by Albert Gravel, The Gnome of Guérard, Legends of Lake Memphremagog, 1837-1838 Rebellions, Potash production, Niger River, and Barnston censuses.

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    • English
    • French

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      Most of the documents are in French, some in English.

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      • English
      • French

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