1. History of Argyle and Vicinity by Annie Currie Dyer and Herbert Bradley
2. History of Bath Area; Bath Hospital History
3. Composition on Bristol by Frances Street
4. Geological Survey of Canada, Woodstock, Millville and Coldstream map areas, Carleton and York Counties, New Brunswick, by F. D. Anderson
6. Canterbury, Forest City, Fosterville, Upper and Lower Eel River Lake and Hartin Settlement, May 28, 1967.
7. Carleton County – The Way it Was
8. History of Centreville, article written by Clark A. McBride; newspaper clippings; a 1948 news article written by Mrs. Edward Brown
9. Evolution of the Counties in New Brunswick
10. Debec History, early history of Debec, 1969; Romantic history of the Debeck Family Recalled – copy made in 1961; article from Sentinel Press April 1, 1965, “Fire Threatens Debec”
11. Florenceville – articles from newspapers Dispatch, 12 Sept 1894; Bugle, 7 April 1976 re McCains; Gleaner, 18 April 1970 re bridge; 1876 Map West Florenceville; article on McCain Plant Miracle taken from the Bugle, April 11, 1968; picture of Florenceville bridge, May 2, 1968; article on the new Centennial Arena, June 23, 1966 and July 14/66 taken from the Bugle; article from The Daily Gleaner about Harrison and Wallace McCain, July 7, 1984; from The Bugle an article about Buttermilk Creek, May 16, 1984; newspaper clipping of Main Street and old Florenceville bridge (n.d.);
12. Fredericton – The Early Years an exhibition of photos.
13. History of the Glassville Settlement; from The Sentinel Press, an article on Glassville’s Anniversary Oct. 14, 1961; Glassville News Items c. 1894.
14. Miss Charlotte Winslow’s paper on the history of Grafton, 1966; newspaper clippings from the Woodstock Dispatch, June 14, 1894 re literary society and baseball; Sentinel Press, November 21, 1968 re new bridge, December 11, 1969 re bridge, 15 January 1970 re picture of Grafton School 1910; The Bugle Gazette, September 24, 1970 re bridge; Bugle article aerial shot of Grafton 17 April 1976; copy of Northampton Census, June 1931; copy of grant map “Parish of Northampton” 1838
15. Hartland – file contains map, newspaper clipping; article on the Potato Festival Queen, July 1961; article from the Gazette on the opening of Wright and Everett February 15, 1968; article from The Observer on the Hartland Flood April 11, 1968; photo of the Hartland Fire c 1908; newspaper clipping showing a photo of new bridge.
16. History of Jacksonville – Iron Ore Hill; articles from the Telegraph Journal Aug. 16, 1968; newspaper clippings from the Bugle Sept. 5, 1973 & Aug. 22 1968.
17. “Johnville, The. Centennial Story of an Irish Settlement” book by W. P. Kilfoil, 1962; paper on Johnville by Bill Kilfoil, 27 April 1967; various newspaper articles on the celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of Johnville 1962; article from the Telegraph Journal, August 2, 1962 on the “Three Day Centennial Observances Conclude at Johnville”
18. The History of Knowlesville by Judson Corey
19. Mactaquac (Island Park & Connell Park).
20. Madawaskans in the Middle. Maine-N. B. Boundary Controversy, paper by Charlotte Melvin, 1980. Aroostook War Won by Courtesy, article from the Bangor Daily News, October 18, 1966; The Aroostook War by Michael Westaway McCue – article in the Beaver August/September 2000
21. Meductic Misunderstood: John Gyles to “The Open Hand”, paper by Andrea Bear Nicholas, 1983
22. Excavations at Meductic, paper by John McClement, 1964; article from The Daily Cleaner, “1000” Year Old Items found in Meductic”, September 23, 1967.
23. Pantomime – N. B. 1860.
24. The Spirit of ’67. Life and Times of N. B. in the Confederation Era 1850-75, a paper for a summer exhibit, 1967, by Lloyd Muir
25. Seventy Years of New Brunswick Life by William T. Baird; article from the Sentinel Press November 21, 1968; newspaper clippings from the Observer, 1962
26. Historical Guide to New Brunswick by J. Clarence Webster
27. Old New Brunswick: A Victorian Portrait
28. History of Parish of North Lake by Jillian R. Higgs
29. “Small Pox in Oakville”, “History of Oakville Church” by Chester McLellan
30. History of Simonds, The Observer, April 6, 1950 by Clark McBride, mentions C. M. Sherwood, John Raymond, William Raymond, Odbur Shaw, Nathaniel Shaw, David Shaw, James Christian, Dudley Monroe, Elijah Shaw, Charles Colwell, John Kelly, William Mills, John P. Colwell, George Foster, Webster Ross, Frank Rideout, Wilmot Rideout, William Shaw, Aaron Shaw, William Ross, Putnam Shaw, Alan Shaw Charles Ebbett, Versei Shaw, Joseph Shaw, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Guerrier, Thomas Underhill, Elizabeth Raymond, Marvin Shaw, Melvin Ebbett, Edmund Ebbett, Whitfield Ebbett; Observer article on the Fiftieth anniversary of the Simonds W.I. Hall, September 16, 1992.
31. Speerville in Retrospect by Murray Hubbard
32. Upper Woodstock – Clippings from The Woodslock Press 1901-1913, featuring the jail, etc.; 1871 Directory of Upper Woodstock, Upper Wicklow and Victoria Corner.
33. History of Upper Woodstock, by Maude Henderson Miller.
34. Woodstock – newspaper clippings Nov. 26, 1870; ads from CS; Business bios with H. A. Connell, Wallace Hay, I.E. Sheasgreen, Col. D. McLeod Vince, Frederick Moore; program on the 100th anniversary of the incorporation; article by Allison Connell re Town Planning – 23 Oct 1985; picture from paper re Carlisle Hotel; Article from “This Is New Brunswick” on Woodstock; Article on Woodstock from The Sun, Saint John paper 1904; plot of town re Judith Smith to Jeremiah Connell; Note from the Woodstock Bank 1839; article and photos from the Bugle re burning of train bridge, June 4, 1999; article from the Bugle on the first Steam Engine September 30, 1992; photo of Woodstock War Heroes, February 3, 1900; Plans Completed for Dam across Meduxnekeag, 27 July 1934; Commemorative book “Woodstock Hospitality Tour” 1974; Map of Woodstock 1971
35. A Short History of Woodstock, by G. F. Clarke
36. Raymond Papers – Woodstock Fire 1881; History of Education in Car. Co.
37. Maps of Land Grants about Woodstock (copy).
38. History of Victoria Corner, Then and Now, by Etta Hayward-Faulkner, Aug. 1994.
39. New Brunswick Census of 1851 – Victoria County; Daniel F. Johnson.
100. Letter – B. Arnold 1791, a hand written thank you letter from Benedict Arnold
101. Paper presented by Dr. Chestnut; clippings of Dr. Chestnut’s 45th anniversary in Hartland
102. Dr. G. F. Clarke, article by Kenneth G. Homer, “Memories of Dr. G. F. Clarke,” clippings of book sales, his life and his family’s life; newspaper article from The Observer Feb. 15, 1968, Dr. G. F. Frederick chosen Citizen of The Year, three poems written by him.
103. Pantomime – Charles Connell
104. Speech, favoring Confederation, by Hon. Charles Connell, delivered at Florenceville on Saturday, February 18th, 1865
105. The Connell Family – The Connell Stamp, death of A. B. Connell
106. Charles Connell’s Political Career in Perspective, 1996.
107. Brian Murray Crandlemire and Catherine Lunn Ayer, married at the Old County Court House, August 4, 1995.
108. Dibblee, (1915) hand written records of the Dibblee family and a Dibblee family tree
109. Parson Dibblee’s Diary, paper by K. E. Maclauchlan, Oct. 14, 1960.
110. Lewis Peter Fisher, paper by Ken MacLauchlan, 1967, letters of information from various sources; bio of L. P. Fisher from The History of the Carleton County Vocational School by Angela Connell; article on L. P. Fisher from A View of Woodstock by Allison Connell; Fiftieth Anniversary of the L. P. Fisher Memorial Library by George Frederick Clarke, 1964; Supplementary Notes on L. P. Fisher and wife by K. M. Connell (letters and photos); 1865 Directory listing for L. P. Fisher.
111. Hugh John Flemming – newspaper clipping.
112. Local History & Family Tree, paper by John Glass, 25 Sept. 1985.
113. Subaltern’s Furlough: Desc. Of US, Upper & Lower Canada & NS – 1832.
114. Dr. Nelson P. Grant – newspaper clipping
115. “Benjamin Griffith & Frederick Dibble – The Parting Friends,” paper by David Bell 1985; Lieut. Benjamin Peck Griffith, one info sheet.
116. The Capture of John Gyles – A Boy Slave became an N. B. Pioneer.
117. Mrs. Ann Hanley – first Matron of Carleton County Hospital, author clipping 1970.
118. “Almost Bishop of Fredericton,” Life and Career of The Venerable Thomas Neals 1845-1907, paper by Rev. Canon Lyman N. Harding, Sept. 30, 1983.
119. George Samuel Hartley Family Bible entries.
120. Herber Hatfield 1885-1952 Observer; article by Jeanne Gibson Feb 25, 1965.
121. Richard Hatfield, newspaper clippings on Premier Richard Hatfield Nov. 11, 1971, Feb. 2, 1971, Oct. 27, 1970, Oct. 29, 1970, Oct. 28, 1970.
122. Roy Hemphill – newspaper clipping.
123. One Lady’s History by Elizabeth Hetherington & Mrs. Raymond Cormier, a paper 1960, mentions Sir James Craig, Nancy Craig, Mary Blake, Christopher Craig and Mary Giberson.
124. John Home paper, Glassville resident.
125. Larlee – Hubbard Deed.
126. The Bells of Woodstock, paper by John H. Hughes, 1967; John Hughes Obit, 26 Sept, 1998.
127. “My Mother’s Diary Started Before Her Marriage” Mary Anne Jones, Dumfries, N. B.
128. Jack McKinney photos, letter (see photos in the A-Z photo album).
129. Kennedy, Thomas Diary, recorded events from 1914-1917, notes on Kennedy family history 1923, and the family tree.
130. The McCain Family of Florenceville, New Brunswick, Canada.
131. Melvin J. Louden and his 1906 Cadillac – newspaper clippings and photos.
132. John Wilmot Milheron, article discusses Jack Milheron and his life as a ventriloquist. Milheron, son of Patrick Mulherin and Elizabeth Trecartin, was given the nickname Jack in the 1920’s. The rest is a write up on his family and history.
133. Pantomime – Judith Morehouse.
134. Bishop Nutter, newspaper articles written by Clark A. McBride; newspaper.
135. George Whitfield Orser, Another View, paper by F. C. Burnett, 1980 (Free Baptist).
136. “An Englishman visits Woodstock: 1820” by David Bell, 25 Jan. 1980.
137. Peter Paul – newspaper clippings / biography.
138. W. O. Raymond – articles on the Progress of Woodstock.
139. Journal of John Saunders Ellegood 1800-1801 by David Bell.
140. F. P. Sharp, Upper Woodstock – newspaper clipping, and paper Centennial Commemoration of Rev. Frederick Dibblee.
141. Francis Peobody Sharp – correspondence between Ken Homer & Glen Adney.
142. “Town Halls as Educators” & “A Fatal Accident” – death of Sperry R. Shea.
143. Samuel D. L. Street – Rector of Woodstock 1829-1870, paper by Rev. Lyman Harding, 1978.
144. Benny Swimm — newspaper clipping.
145. Adney, Tappan, newspaper articles about his life and accomplishments.
146. Uncle George; articles written for the Bugle, March 1998-May 1998; article on “The Stewarts.”
147. Vince – family and political information.
148. The Rise and Fall of Sheriff Winslow.
149. Winslow Family History; contains article about J. Douglas Winslow’s experience with the British Expeditionary Force In Northern Russia; death of Sheriff John Winslow; article about Russian Civil War, 1918: from Weekend Magazine 23Feb. 1994; death of J. Douglas Winslow, 9 October 1958; death of Charlotte Winslow, 15 December 1993.
150. Sarah Edmunds (civil war soldier, posed as a man).
151. Pantomime — Minnie Bell Sharp Trial.
152. Sharp Family (Alexander, Bernard, Allison).
153. Arthur Carpenter.
154. Descendants of James Williamson.
155. Archdeacon Thomas Neales.
156. McLaughlin Family.
157. Francis Peabody Sharp, “Early NB Wizard of Fruit Growing.”
158. George Gee.
Groups of People
200. CPR Seniority List – B & B Employees Woodstock Division 1881-1930.
201. The Carleton County Council, commemorative booklet, by Ken Homer; Carleton County Council Minutes, 2 Feb. 1961; clippings re Council 1965.
202. County Councils and Councillors – newspaper clippings.
203. Past Prime Ministers and New Brunswick Premiers.
204. Prime Ministers of Canada.
205. Police – newspaper clippings.
206. Wardens – Carleton County incorporated in 1852 – list of wardens.
207. United Farmer’s Party in Confederation: 1918-25, David Bell, May 30, 1980.
208. “Men Who Serve” George Washington Melville, Maxine Parker, 23 May, 1997.
Businesses, Companies, lndustries, Buildings
300. Aberdeen Iron Company – Woodstock.
301. Woodstock, Information from The Busy East.
302. Carleton County Brickyards paper by H. M. Deakin, 1963.
303. History of the Carleton Memorial Hospital, paper by Nellie King, 1974; article from Sentinel Press, December 28, 1967 on the completion of the new wing; article on the Hospital’s new wing from the Sentinel Press, April 11, 1968; article Town’s first hospital from the Bicentennial series January 15, 1984: A History of Hospitals in Woodstock, the Bugle May 30, 2001
304. Carleton County Woolen Mill, paper by Gerald Sproul; The Busy East article on “Where Pure Woolen Yarn is Spun”; Woodstock Press Souvenir Edition article on Carleton Woolen Mill Co. Limited; History of Old Woolen Mill given in historical paper 10 Feb. 1966; paper on Woolen Mill.
305. Carleton Mining Company – Woodstock.
306. CJCJ – The Early Years, paper by Bruce Smith, 1986.
307. CN Railway; newspaper clippings on the “Proposed Electric Railway,” January 1904.
308. Copper – Woodstock (Stevens Mine).
309. The County Museum, paper, May 10, 1968, by W. H. Bradford
310. Exhibition Building, newspaper clippings from 1946 about the making and destruction of the exhibition building on island Park (1919-1946), Bazaar on Island Park, 22 Aug. 1856.
311. History of Flemming & Gibson Limited.
312. Research on Flour Mills – The Lakeville Grist Mill, 1967; clipping of picture of Lakeville School, 1903, Dispatch.
313. Middlemore Home.
314. Mills – newspaper clippings of McElroy’s, Elmwood.
315. Museums – newspaper clipping
316. Museum Records, paper by Carolyn Chase, 1969
317. Nursing Homes – pictures and newspaper clipping (Carleton Manor)
318. Old Court House – newspaper clippings
319. Court House Restoration – newspaper clippings and photos; Address by Ken Homer at official opening.
320. Interviews re Old Court House & Upper Woodstock with Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hayden: Mrs Joe Gans, April 28, 1965; Mr. Cecil Fitzsimmons; Mr. Hastings Kearney, April 28, 1965; Mr. Leonard Burnham, April 29, 1965; Dr. George Belyea, April 28, 1965, Mr. Sam Watson, April 25, 1965.
321. Articles from the souvenir edition of The Press19 August, 1901 – business of Carleton County; local business ads from the Observer December 9, 1948; also articles from The PressJan. 27, 1925, featuring local community events, information on the LP Fisher Memorial Hospital.
322. York and Carleton Mining Companies
400. A History of Schools in Carleton County by the Carleton County Retired Teachers Association.
401. Pantomime – School Room Scene.
402. The History of Education in Carleton County from the Dispatch 1902.
403. “Education – Then and Now”, paper by Pauline Forrest, 1975.
404. Agriculture School paper; from the Press – February 4, 1913 and February 24, 1914.
405. The History of the Carleton County Vocational School by Angela Connell; article by Bertha West Feb. 11, 1997; Woodstock College Official Opening article by the Bugle, Nov. 14, 1984.
406. Pantomime – Vocational School, Feb. 1964.
407. Review – Early Years Mechanics Institute 1853, by John Bedell, June 1939; article from Dispatch August l, 1894; written article by Angela Connell, “The History of the Carleton County Vocational School.”
408. Simonds School Register 1940.
409. Upper Woodstock School, by Ken Homer.
410. Woodstock High School Year Book, 1955.
411. Woodstock High School Year Book Centennial Issue, 1856-1956.
412. Woodstock High School Year Book, 1958.
413. Woodstock High School Year Book, 1959, 1960.
414. The Woodstock Composite High School: Information Booklet Issue, 1959-60.
415. Woodstock High School Year Book, 1970.
416. Woodstock High School Class of 1944 “The Past 50 Years:, 1944-94.
417. Woodstock High School Class of 1945-1995; Class Reunion July 26 & 27.
418. The Justician – Selected Years.
500. Churches – newspaper clipping, Dispatch, Reformed Baptist Church 10 June 1903; Anglican Church Windows; news article from the Sentinel Press about St. James United Church in Woodstock, November 28, 1968; Photo of “Christ Church” in Lower Woodstock taken from the Bugle, October 20, 1966; From the Daily Gleaner, July 19, 1971 a photo of Theresa’s Church in Nashwaaksis; news clipping on “Maple Street Advent Church”, April 10, 1969; Article from Sentinel Press on the Anglican Parish of Woodstock Oct. 20, 1966; Newspaper clipping on St. Paul’s Church 90th Anniversary, September 13, 1962; photo and article about St Paul’s Kirk in Woodstock taken from Daily Gleaner, July 7, 1967; St Paul’s 125th Anniversary, article in Bugle – 16 Sept. 1992; Saint Gertrude’s – Dedication of the church, 23 July 1926; United Baptist Church of Lindsay celebrates 150th Anniversary.
501. Churches of Carleton County, paper by Reginald Fox Jr. 1986; article by Reginald Fox re One-room Schools & First Missionaries, 1986; St. Luke’s Church program, dedication of organ, 3 Oct. 1954.
502. History of Anglican Parish of Woodstock, paper by Clara Moffatt.
503. Anglican Records 1781-1816.
504. St. John’s Anglican Church, Richmond Corner, N. B. – 100 Years of Worship 1871-1971 by Rev. Roy Baker Evans
505. Bloomfield & Good Corner Calvinist Baptist Church book 1878-1950.
506. McKenzie Corner Calvinist Baptist Church book 1860-1943.
507. Union Corner Calvanist Baptist Church book 1901-1946.
508. History of the Kirk, articles referring to the Presbyterian faith.
509. The Rise and Disappearance of Mormonism in the Central St. John Valley by D. G. Bell, 26 Jan. 1990.
510. History of the Presbyterian Church in Northampton, paper by Mrs. Nita Smith, 1965.
511. History of the Primitive Baptist Denomination. Paper by William Hayward, 1961.
512. Skiff Lake Shrine, paper by Leo Campbell, 25 March 1988.
513. 1843-1903 Baptist Church records Jacksontown, Wakefield; copy by Carrol Kimball. Third Tier Jacksontown Church book 1843-1903.
514. History of Presbyterian Church, now United Church of Canada, at McKenzie Corner, by Dorothy Flemming, article, 20 June 1906, A Sketch of St. Paul’s Church.
515. Building of St. Marks Anglican Parish, Richmond.
516. St. Marks Church – David Bell.
Local Community Events; Historical Events
600. Carleton County Historical Society Events.
601. The Fenian Scare of 1866, paper by D. G. Bell, 1979.
602. Local Attractions & Events, paper; articles on Old Home Week’s 25th Annual Fair taken from the Bugle Gazette, Wednesday, July 26, 1972; a section from The Bugle on The Woodstock Winter Carnival, February 17-20, 1977; section from the Telegraph Journal on Woodstock Winter Carnival, February 17-20, 1977; section from the Telegraph Journal on Woodstock Old Home Week, July 17, 1976.
603. Local Community Articles – Richmond Corner Peat Moss 14 Oct. 1971; Richmond Corner Fire 1904; Opposition Leader, Robert Stanfield visits area (pictures with Mrs. Perley Williamson, Glenn Black & Mrs. Lynn Pryor) 1 Nov. 1971; Zildjian Cymbals, Meductic 8 Dec. 1980; Richmond Corner Anglican Church 16 Sept. 1971; Pokiok, Maliseet Trail. Knowlesville, OHW 14 June 1996; From The River St. John: Its Physical Features, Legends & History from 1604 to 1784 by Rev. W. O. Raymond, Chapter IXI; Jacksonville Tornado 22 Aug, 1968, Meductic 2 Aug. 1963; Newburg 9 July 1997; Lindsay 1 April 1998, Hay Settlement Christmas 16 Dec. 1998; local events taken from the Observer, December 9, 1948 including Beaconsfield, Williamstown, East Glassville, Centreville, Hartland and Benton; stories from the Bugle Plus including “The Blacksmith Shop”, by H. A. Williams, the “Hunting Trip of 85”, by Hollis Clark; “Bubbie and Hingie on the Farm”, by Pauline Fawcett; also stories from the Carleton Sentinel of August 9, 1929 by Wendell Bull.
604. Marco Polo Project.
605. Miss New Brunswick Pageant Souvenir Program, 1991, 1982, 1988.
606. Old Home Week – The Bugle 30 July 1970, 9 Aug. 1972; Photocopy of the 1948 Program; copy of 1997 program; 1983 Holstein Show at OHW; section from The Bugle, July 27, 1967.
607. Racing Nite, history of the race track on Island Park, 1919; Early Days of the Old Race Track, paper by C. A. Poole.
608. The Aroostook War by Tom Simms.
609. The Battle of Woodstock, Ambush of an Orange Procession on Main St., Woodstock on July 12, 1847, paper by David Bell, 1978.
610. Defence of the St. John River Valley in 1777, paper by Ernest Clarke, May 27, 1988; Book The Presqu’Isle Military Post in the Old Parish of Wakefield, N. B. by Ernest A. Clarke, 1979; Book, The Weary, The Famished and The Cold (The Story of the Military Settlement on the Upper Saint John River, 1814-1821) by Ernest Clarke, 1981
611. Winter Movement of British Troops via St. John River Valley 1862, paper by Ken Homer, 1985.
612. Rosedale Items, 1878 Orange Riots, Mr. Justice Parker, Woodstock Fire.
613. The Richmond Corner Railway Riot; The Truck or Tommy System Trade; The Labour Commissions; Early Provincial Labour Legislation, Woodstock Evidence on 1905 Factory Act Investigative Commission, paper by Arthur Slipp.
614. The Woodstock Riot of 1847, by Scott See.
615. WWI Newspaper Clippings.
616. W WII Newspaper Clippings.
617. WWII Years Effect on Woodstock Golf Club paper by Thelma Carr, 1980.
618. A Short History of 89th Battery RCA by Lt. T. G. McCormick.
619. The March of the 14th Regiment of Foot, by Ralph Shaw.
620. Korean Conflict.
621. Fire in St. Luke’s Parish Hall, paper, Sept. 24, 1978.
622. Fires & Firefighters of Woodstock, paper by K. Graham Smyth, 1981; clippings of Central Hotel Destroyed by Fire, 8 June 1935; Dr. N. P. Grant home destroyed, 26 Nov. 1970; Woodstock Fire of 1877; Florenceville Bridge Fire recalled, May 1984;Tom’s Restaurant Fire, 3 May 1968; Fire Chief honoured, Michael Corbett, 1 April 1968; Sentinel Press Jan. 5, 1961 – Fire Destroys Maclean-Connell Buildings; February 4, 1968 fire of the Feldman & Phillips Buildings; Feb. 8, 1968 fire of Wright’s Watch Repair Shop; photo of 3 fire wagons (c1947).
623. Floods in Perth Andover, April 9th, 1987, newspaper clippings, Bugle Special Edition.
700. Agriculture – “From Humble Beginnings,” the story of agriculture in New Brunswick by E. B. Demerchant; report for 1867 re agriculture in Carleton County.
701. Antique Furniture by N. B. Craftsmen.
702. Bel Viso, Hillman History in N. B. by Ruth Winona Grant.
703. Bridges – newspaper clipping from the Observer, October 27, 1966, the “Attempt to Burn Hartland Covered Bridge”; Photo of Meduxnekeag Bridge taken from the Bugle December 12, 1984; Photo of the two Bailey Bridges in Woodstock taken from the Bugle September 19, 1984; from the Carleton Sentinel a photo of Red Bridge, Feb. 19, 1970; from the Telegraph Journal, March 26, 1968, a photo of the construction of the new bridge in Woodstock; photo and article from The Sentinel Press of the bridge in Red Bridge April 4, 1968.
704. The Double Tier Bridge of 1876 (Woodstock’s First Bridge) by Kelly Ann Riordon; newspaper clippings; petitions; article from The Bugle on River Crossings, May 11, 1967.
705. The Bridge: The Story of the Longest Covered Bridge in the World, by John Glass and Doris Kennedy
706. Rev. J. Beardsley Papers, Missionary Tour 1789.
707. “A Look at Godey Books”, paper by C. Chase, 1964.
708. Catalogue – Presentation by Sandra Saunders.
709. Pantomime – County Anniversary, May 30, 1962.
710. Christmas – newspaper clippings.
711. Pantomime – Christmas, 1960.
712. Pantomime – A Loyalist Christmas.
713. “Christiana’s Night at the Ball” by Charlotte Lenentine Melvin.
714. “My Christmas Experiences Overseas” by Paul Morrison, 1987.
715. Christmas memories, paper by Charlotte Winslow, prior to 1910.
716. History of the Christmas Card, paper by Carolyn Chase.
717. Webb Family Christmas, paper by Ruth Webb Cameron.
718. “I Remember Christmas” by Alistair Cameron, old fashioned Christmas in Scotland.
719. Circus Talk, paper by Fred H. Phillips, 1961.
720. The Circus One Seldom Sees – April, 1994 by Karl Greenlaw.
721. “Twentieth Century Cookbook, 1897”, paper by Ken Homer.
722. Costumes, Quilts, paper “Notes on Victorian Costumes and Accessories.”
723. The Courier – September and October of 1832; a traveller went up the Saint John River and talks of his travels, mentions Pokiok Falls, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Jones, Meductic, Woodstock, Lower Corner, Mr. Gibson, Mr. Fraser, Mr. English, Mr. Perley, Houlton.
724. Dentists, paper discussing the first dentist practice in Woodstock, Dr. Balloch.
725. Stories by Walter Grant.
726. Highlights of the Past 25 Years (CCHS) paper by Dees & Ken Homer, 1986.
727. Legends of Ghosts – article from the Bugle, October, 1984; article from the Bugle Gazette, April 22, 1971; article from The New Brunswick Reader, March 28, 1998.
728. Malicites, a paper.
729. History of Maple Sugaring, paper by David Myles, 1965.
730. May Basket.
731. A Medical History of Carleton & Victoria Counties.
732. Growing Up South of the Meduxnekeag Fifty Years Ago, paper by Pauline Forrest 25 April, 1980.
733. The Militia, paper by Ken MacLauchlan, Dec. 1967; article from The Bugle Dec. 14, 1967.
734. Music – newspaper clippings from The Daily Gleaner.
735. “Newspapers”, paper by George MacBeath, early newspapers and microfilming them.
736. Nicholson Report 1803.
737. Old Firearms, paper on the many older firearms and the game that the firearms would be used against.
738. “The Old Trail” paper by Nicholas Smith.
739. Old Houses of Woodstock – newspaper clippings and paper.
740. Oral History of Woodstock, by Ken Homer, 1968.
741. Paddle Wheels on the St. John River.
742. Penobscot Indians (Meductic Village).
743. Grandmother’s Pharmacy (Mrs. Manzer Clark), paper by Leon Thorton, Greatgrandmother’s Medicine Ball, paper by J. Hoyt, 1960.
744. Princess Anne’s Visit 1986, newspaper clippings and photos.
745. River Crossings – by Kay Oldenburg & Peter Paul, March 17, 1967, describes ferries.
746. Technology 19th Century – newspaper clipping.
747. Inauguration of the Dial Telephone System in Woodstock; newspaper clippings and photos July, 1960.
748. Telephone Pioneers, a program by Evelyn & Gerald Greer, Oct. 1996.
749. Transportation in Carleton County to the coming of the Railways by L. S. Loomer; article from The Gleaner no date; newspaper clipping on Run Away Freight, April 11, 1968; article on J. Clark & Son from The Telegraph Journal May 5, 1967; article on fire at Wandlyn Motel March 31, 1966; article on Cluff Bros, January 6, 1966; article on Fire on Main Street taken from the Bugle, Feb. 8, 1968; article on J. Clark & Son from the Sentinel Press May 11, 1967; article on Red’s Service Station on Main Street taken from the Bugle, December 32, 1967; article on Medjuck’s taken from The Bugle, December 21, 1967; From The Bugle an article on the Fire of Tom’s Restaurant, May 9, 1968; article from The Sentinel Press on Cluff’s Market on MainStreet, January 17, 1963; written article on the History of Old Woolen Mill, Feb. 10, 1966.
750. Pantomime -Travel.
751. Travel in Carleton County 1856 – mentions Woodstock, Victoria Corner, Grand Falls, Buttermilk Creek, Tobique, McKenzie Corner; photos of new building structures being built in Woodstock and Hartland
752. True Stories as told by Grandpa – by Corliss Haynes: mentions Plymouth Road School.
753. The Tobiquer, July 1978, The Tobiquer, March 1979.
754. History of Scouting in Carleton County.
755. The Soda Fountain and I, paper by Carolyn Chase, 1980 (Allan Poole).
756. Steamboats on the Upper St. John River, paper by Carolyn Chase, 1966; notes and research by Carolyn Chase for paper; article about John Woodman, member of riverboat crew of “Aberdeen”. 1967; CS article, Steamboating on the St. John, 11 June 1942; Gleaner, Saint John – Woodstock Riverboat, 6 May 1967; Letter to the Editor, re Steamers, 22 Feb. 1965; Good Old Days Recalled by H. G. Noble; Bugle, picture of “Florenceville” Steamer, 3 July 1974; Bugle, article Down Through the Years, Steamers, Steamboat Races, Oct. 1963; Steamboats, Feb. 1984
757. N. B.’s Street-Wetmore Duel.
758. Woman’s Home Companion November 1919.
759. A View of Woodstock: Historic Homes of the 19th Century by Allison Connell.
760. “My Mother’s Wedding Day” by Hildred McLean.
761. History of the Woodstock Weavers, 23 Feb. 1996; Article from The Sentinel Press May 18, 1967, showing A. B. Connell
762. Local History – newspaper clippings of early Carleton County history – encounter with Natives; Railway; a clipping from The Times, August 24, 1897 about a private sale by J. F. W. Winslow; article about a local Christmas party, article about Loyalists.
763. Articles – copied from local papers.
764. Clippings of Historical Interest – Cluff & Doten Lumber Mill; David Mclntyre; Kings Landing; Ripples Station; William Reid; St. Andrews; Miramichi; 104th Regiment of Foot; First Governor; Lumber Camps; School Marm; Dress; Maple Syrup; Ruth Grant; Log Drive article – Bugle 28 April 1998; newspaper clipping on George Ransom’s Creamery, Woodstock – n.d.; a May 23 clipping from The Bugle about log cutting; April 11 article from the Bugle on Agriculture; a September 5, 1984 article on “Old Newspapers”; article written on “Carleton County Militia:” article from The Sentinel Press about Raft Runners May 19, 1966; article on Log Drivers taken from The Bugle, Aug. 15, 1984; a July 4, 1999 article on Riel Rebellion; Thanksgiving Holiday.
765. This Day in History – October 1991, June 1992, February 1992; This week in Local History- October 2-30, November 1-27, December 1-31, July 10-31, August 1-28, September 1-3.
766. “The Creek & the Corner” by Kenneth Homer.
767. Early LoyalistSaint John – The origin of N. B. Politics 1783-1786, by D. G. Bell.
768. “Genealogy, What is it?” by Ann Ellis.
769. “Travelling the River St. John” a paper by Peter Dickinson.
770. Military Paper (Border Dispute) – Gary Campbell.
771. Woodstock Bridges.
800. “The Canadian Newspaper Directory 1905 (A Complete List of the newspapers and periodicals published in the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland) by A. McKim & Co.
801. Carleton Sentinel Index 1888-1895.
802. Coulthard Scrapbook Index.
803. Woodstock Dispatch Index by J. Tribe & J. Carmichael.
804. Woodstock, Carleton County, N. B. in Hutchinson’s Directory, 1865; Directory of 1871 Woodstock.
805. Woodstock, Carleton County, N. B. in McAlpine’s Directory, 1903.
806. A Nominal Index to the Woodstock Times and the Woodstock Reformer by D. G. Bell.
807. Index to The Telegraph,a Woodstock paper 1842, 1844-45
808. Vital Statistics – see VS file on computer for complete list.