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Devost

File presents information on the Devost family in the Coaticook region. It consists of research notes, photocopied photographs, and documents regarding bingo at the St-Edmond parish by Louis Devost from 1937 to 1938.

Goldie

File presents information on the Goldie family in the Coatiook region. It consists of research notes and biographical sketches.

Lusty

File presents information on the Lusty family in the Barnston region. It consists of interview notes, obituaries, biographical sketches, and photographs of Clarence Lusty, his wife, and some of his artworks.

Sideleau

File presents information on the Sideleau family in the Coaticook region. It consists of research documents and notes.

Smith

File presents information on the Smith family in the Coaticook region. It consists of research notes on Levi Smith.

Washburn

File presents information on the Washburn family in the Coaticook region. It consists of genealogical trees, an obituary, a history of Lyon Road, and research notes.

White

File presents information on the White family from the Coaticook region. It consists of research notes and an obituary.

Train station

Item is a photograph of a man working on a train while two others watch with a dog, people are also visable in the background. Possibly from Stanstead or Sherbrooke County.

Stanstead County

The subseries contains information on the architecture, geography, recreation, religious structures, tourism, and transportation in Stanstead County from 1905 to the 1910s.

J.J. Parker Collection

  • CA SHS JJP
  • Collection
  • 1895-[195-?]

The collection contains information on the people, landscapes and architecture of Stanstead County and northern Vermont. It consists of photographs.

People

Series illustrates the lives of various people and historical figures in the Stanstead County area. It consists of research notes, newspaper articles, biographical sketches, and interview notes. It consists of the following files: Stephen Burroughs, Myra Olive Sutton, Angeline Tanguay, Euclide Ducharme, Juge Rhéaume, Piskiart, Ralph Merry, Richard Baldwin Jr., William S. Hunter Jr., and W.H. Cripps.

Euclide Ducharme

File presents information on the lives of Euclide and Florence Ducharme in the Coaticook area from 2004 to 2005. It consists of notes from an interview with Florence Ducharme and an obituary of Antonio Tanguay.

Families

Series illustrates the activities of various families in the Coaticook and surrounding region. It consists largely of research notes, interview notes, research articles, newspaper clippings, and photographs. The series is composed of the following files: Baldwin, Belknap, Benoit, Blake, Cabana, Child, D'Amour, Devost, Drew, Goldie, Goyette, Hill, Letourneau-Fréchette, Lévesque, Lusty, Lyon, Markwell, May, Morin, Patterson, Sideleau, Sleeper, Smith, Vaillancourt, Washburn, Way, and White.

Drew

File presents information on the Drew family in the Coaticook region. It consists of research notes, genealogical trees, newspaper articles, obituaries, and correspondence.

Goyette

File presents information on the Goyette family in the Coaticook region. It consists of research notes and documents, obituaries, and newspaper articles. The file is also a source of information on the Keeble, Bouldman, Shelden, Buzzell, and Blake families.

Niger River

File presents information on the origins of the name of the Niger River. It consists of research notes, articles and correspondence.

Unidentified village

The item is a photograph of an unknown village, taken on a canoe trip by Lloyd Bowen in 1920. It is likely located somewhere between Sherbrooke and Newport, Vermont. Some have suggested it might be the Beebe Adventist Camp.

Cartographic documents

Series consists of maps of Coaticook and an the surrounding areas of the Eastern Townships from the 1830s to the 1880s. It consists of the following maps: “Map showing the different railways by which the Eastern Townships can be reached” (J.H. Buffords, ca. 1880), “Map of the Eastern Townships of Lower Canada” (Dean & Mundy, ca. 1835), and sections of the “Map of the District of St. Francis, Canada East” (Putnam & Gray, 1863).

Angeline Tanguay

File presents information on the lives of Antonio and Angeline Tanguay in the Coaticook area from 2004 to 2005. It consists of notes from an interview with Angeline Tanguay and an obituary for Antonio Tanguay.

William S. Hunter Jr.

File presents research on the artist William S. Hunter Jr. in the Coaticook and Stanstead areas in the 19th century. It consists of journal articles and an article written by Mary Flint.

W.H. Cripps

File presents research on the artist W.H. Cripps in the Stanstead area. It consists of a biographical sketch, a journal article, and research notes.

Baldwin

File presents research on the Baldwin family in the Dixville and Barnston areas from 1853 to 2008. It consists of research materials, articles, research notes, and a list of stakeholders for the Eastern Townships Bank in 1903.

Benoit

File presents information on the Benoit family in the Coaticook region. It consists of research documents and notes.

Blake

File presents information on the Blake family in the Baldwin Mills region. It consists of correspondence, research notes, obituaries, interview notes, and biographical sketches.

Child

File presents information on the Child family in the Coaitcook region. It consists of research obituaries and research notes.

D’Amour

File presents information on the D’Amour/D’Amours family in the Coaticook region. It consists of interview notes, research notes, and biographical sketches.

Hill

File presents information on the Hill family in the Coaticook region. It consists of research notes and genealogical trees.

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