THE NACKAWIC BEND, 200 years of history


The scarce hardcover edition of this title published in commemoration of New Brunswick's 200th anniversary. "This treasure of historical accounts covers life on the Nackawic Bend for over 200 years. It includes the Indian legend of the golden calf, French buried treasure, first settlers, the Devil at Nackawic, the drowning of Pokiok Falls and the building of New Brunswick's newest town." Contains a wealth of family stories told through the generations, with further contributions from local historians. Brown cloth w/dark brown lettering to front cover/spine, 282 pages (including references), illustrated, maps by David Davis. Calligraphic presentation inscription on front end paper, a hint of edge soil, in lightly rubbed dust jacket w/thin crease to bottom right corner of front panel, light spotting to bottom edge of front panel, small soil mark to inside bottom of rear panel, mild edgewear, faint dampstaining, light general wear.

Title: THE NACKAWIC BEND, 200 years of history

Author Name: Lawson, Patricia M., Gail Farnsworth, and M. Anne Hartley (compilers)

Categories: History,

Publisher: Nackawic, Town of Nackawic: 1985

ISBN Number: 0-9691885-0-1

ISBN Number 13: 9780969188506

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Size: Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall

Seller ID: 017254

Keywords: NACKAWIC BEND, NEW BRUNSWICK, LOCAL HISTORIES, REGIONAL HISTORY, POKIOK FALLS, CANADIAN MARITIMES, NASON, DRAPER, ACADIANS, PRE-LOYALISTS, LOYALISTS, MALISEET, SMULLIN, RICHARD BELLAMY, ALLANDALE, HAWKSHAW, NOISBN