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BIBLIOGRAPHY

  1. Manuscripts.
  2. Books, Articles and Pamphlets.
  3. Newspapers.
  4. Miscellaneous.

I. Manuscripts 

  • Anderson, Amos M., The History of Elementary Education in the Province of New Brunswick. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the School of Education of New York University, 1940.
  • Department of Education of New Brunswick, Minutes of the Board of Education (five un-numbered vols.), 1847-1852; 1852-1865; Dec. 17, 1873—Aug. 15, 1879; Oct. 3, 1879—Oct., 1862; Dec. 1, 1882—Dec. 3, 1902.
  • Fitch, J. H., A Century of Educational Progress In New Brunswick, 1800—1900, Ms. of a thesis in the University of Toronto Library.
  • Gilroy, Marion, The Loyalist Experiment , Ms. of a Master's thesis in the University of Toronto Library.
  • New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, N. B., Original Papers in the John Clarence Webster Collection entitled: (1) Inquisition before Coroner Joseph Sewell in Parish of Caraquette, County of Gloucester, on the Death of Lewis Mallieau. (2) Evidence of Witnesses Severally Taken and Acknowledged on Behalf of our Sovereign Lady the Queen, Touching the Death of John Gifford. (3) Caraquet Murder Case, Chief Justice John C. Allen, Oct. 27, 1875, Bathurst.
  • Office of Executive Council of New Brunswick, Colebrooke's Letter Book, May 1, 1841—Jan. 13, 1843 (no vol. no.); Colebrooke's Letter Book, May 18, 1841—April 4, 1848 (no vol. no.); Head's Letter Book, 1848-1854 (no vol. no.); Head's Letter Book, Nov., 1850—Sept., 1854 (no vol. no.); Minutes of Executive Council, Vols. I and IX.
  • Public Archives of Canada, Can. Misc., Misc. Documents, Vol. 8, Lawrence Collection; Can. Misc., Delancey-Robinson Papers, Vols. I and XIV; C0188, C0189, from secretary of state to governors of New Brunswick, originals and Letter Book replies; Inglis Papers, Vol. VII.
  • University of New Brunswick Library, Bailey, G. W., Our Schools, 1847-1858; Letters and Papers relating to the Family of J. Marshall d'Avray; Minute Book of the College Council at King's College at Fredericton, N. B., Jan. 10, 1829—June 28, 1859.

II. Books, Articles and Pamphlets 

  • Abstract of the Returns of the Inspection of Grammar and Parochial Schools in New Brunswick, Fredericton, 1845.
  • Adams, J. T., Provincial Society, 1590-1673, New York, 1927.
  • d'Avray, J. M., (1) Lecture delivered at opening of Model and Training Schools, Fredericton, Feb. 10, 1848, Fredericton, 1848; (2) Lecture delivered at the Temperance Hall Fredericton, Jan. 22, 1850, Fredericton, 1850; (3) Oration at U. N. B. Encaenia of 1871 (printed copy in U. N. B. Library).
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  • Bailey, A. G., (1) "Introductory Sketch" to Prominent People in New Brunswick , published by the Biographical Society of Canada, 1937; (2) "The Basis and Persistence of Opposition to Confederation in New Brunswick", Can. Hist. Review , Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 374-497, Dec., 1942; (3) "Railways and the Confederation Issue In New Brunswick, 1863-1865", Can. Hist. Review , Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 367-383, Dec, 1940.
  • Bailey, J. W., (1) The Curious Story of Dr. Marshall , Cambridge, Mass., 1930; (2) Loring Woart Bailey , Saint John, 1925.
  • Bailey, L. W., Dr. James Robb: A Sketch of His Life and Labours , Saint John, 1898.
  • Baird, W. T., Seventy Years of New Brunswick Life , Saint John, 1890.
  • Baker, R. P., A History of English-Canadian Literature to the Confederation , Harvard University Press, 1920.
  • Beard, C. A. & M. R. The Rise of American Civilization , Vols. I & II, New York, 1927.
  • Beavan, Mrs. F., Pioneer Life in New Brunswick , London, 1845.
  • Brebner, J. B., (1) The Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia , New York, 1937; (2) New England's Outpost , New York, 1927.
  • Brown, G. W., Building the Canadian Nation , Toronto, 1942.
  • Bury, J. B., The Idea of Progress , London, 1928.
  • Burwash, N., Egerton Ryerson, Vol. 13 of Makers of Canada, Toronto, 1910.
  • Canada: Dominion Bureau of Statistics, 1927, "The Maritime Provinces since Confederation", Chap. 8; Dominion Parliamentary Debates, 1872-1875 .
  • Clark, S. D., The Social Development of Canada , Toronto, 1942.
  • Common Schools Act of 1871 of New Brunswick; Regulations of the Board of Education, Fredericton, 1871.
  • Creighton, D. G., Dominion of the North , Boston, 1944.
  • Cubberley, E. P., A Brief History of Education , Cambridge, Mass., Copyright, 1922.
  • Curti, Merle, The Social Ideas of American Educators , New York, 1935.
  • Cyclopedia of Education , Vol. 4, (Paul Munroe ed.), New York, 1912.
  • Defebaugh, J. E., History of the Lumber Industry of America , Vol. I, Chicago, 1906.
  • Eaton, A. W., The Church in Nova Scotia , New York, 1892.
  • Falconer, Sir Robert, "Cultural Development, (B), English", Cam. Hist. Br. Emp. , Vol. VI, Chap. 33 (B), pp. 788-811.
  • Fenety, G. E., Political Notes and Observations , Fredericton, 1867.
  • Fisher, Peter, First History of New Brunswick , Saint John, 1825 (Reprinted under auspices of New Brunswick Historical Society, Saint John, 1921).
  • Fraser, J. J., Report upon Charges Relating to the Bathurst Schools , printed for the Legislature, 1894.
  • Gesner, Abraham, New Brunswick with notes for Emigrants , London, 1847.
  • Gordon, A. H., Wilderness Journeys in New Brunswick, 1862-1863 , Saint John, 1864.
  • Graham, G. S., Sea Power and British North America , Harvard University Press, 1941.
  • Greene, E. B., The Revolutionary Generation, 1760-1790 , New York, 1943.
  • Gregory, John, Documents before the Council of King's College in the case of the Expulsion of George Gregory from the Collegiate School , Fredericton, 1850.
  • Halevy, Elie, A History of the English People in 1815 , (Tr. from French by E. I. Watkin & D. A. Barker), London, 1924.
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  • Hannay, James, (1) History of New Brunswick , Vols. I & II, Saint John, 1909; (2) The Life and Times of Sir Leonard Tilley: A Political History of New Brunswick , Saint John, 1897.
  • Harvey. D. C., (1) "The Heritage of the Maritimes", N. S. Journal of Education , April 1934; (2) "The Origin of the Nova Scotia Normal School", Maritime Advocate & Busy East , July, 1943, pp. 15-17, 27-29.
  • Hay, G. W., "History of Education in New Brunswick", Vol. 14 of Canada and Its Provinces , pp. 545-558, Toronto, 1914.
  • Hopkins, J. Castell, The Nineteenth Century , Vol. 9, London & Edinburgh, 1903.
  • Hughes & Klemm, The Nineteenth Century , Vol. 23, London & Edinburgh, 1903.
  • Inch, J. R., "Historical Sketch of Education in New Brunswick", Canada: an Encyclopedia of the Country , (Hopkins ed.), Vol. III, pp. 225-234, Toronto, 1898.
  • Innis & Lower, Select Documents In Canadian Economic History, 1783-1885 , Toronto, 1933.
  • Jernegan, M. W., The American Colonies, 1492-1750 , New York, 1931.
  • Johnston, J. F. W., Report on the Agricultural Capabilities of the Province of New Brunswick , Fredericton, 1850.
  • Kerr, W. B. The Maritime Provinces of British North America and the American Revolution , Sackville, (n. d.)
  • Kilpatrick, W. H., Source Book in Philosophy of Education , New York, 1935.
  • Laidlaw, A. F., "Theodore Harding Rand", Nova Scotia Journal of Education , Fourth Series, Vol. 15, No. 2, March, 1944, pp. 207-218, Vol. 15, Nos. 2 & 3, April-May, 1944, pp. 325-334.
  • Lathern, Rev. J., The Hon. Judge Wilmot , Toronto, 1881.
  • LeGresley, Omer, L'enseignement du francais en Acadie, (1604-1926) , College du Sacre-Coeur, Bathurst-Ouest, 1926.
  • Lower, A. R. M., (1) "Two Ways of Life: The Primary Antithesis of Canadian History", (Presidential Address), The Annual Report of the Can. Hist. Assoc. , 1942-1943; (2) The North American Assault on the Canadian Forest , Toronto, 1943.
  • MacFarlane, R. O., "The Loyalist Migrations; a Social and Economic Movement", Manitoba Essays , Toronto, 1937.
  • MacKay, A. H., History of Education in N. S. and P. E. I., Canada and Its Provinces , Vol. 14, pp. 511-542.
  • Martell, J. S., "Some Editorial Opinions from the Newspapers of the Maritime Provinces in the 1830's", Can. Hist. Review , Vol. XIX, No. 1, pp. 50-56, March, 1938.
  • Martin, Chester, (1) "British North America under Representative Government", Cam. Hist. Br. Emp. , Vol. VI, Chap. X (c); (2) "The Maritime Provinces, 1840-1867", Ibid., Chap. XIV.
  • Maxwell, Lillian M. B., (1) "How New Brunswick Grew", Sackville, 1943; (2) "How New Brunswick's Normal School Grew", The Maritime Advocate and Busy East , Vol. 33, No. XI, July, 1943 pp. 5-12.
  • Messenger, J. F., An Interpretative History of Education , New York, 1931.
  • McArthur, Duncan, (1) "The British North America and the American Revolution, 1774-1791", Cam. Hist. Br. Emp. , Vol. VI, Chapter VII; (2) "British North America under Representative Government, 1791-1812", Ibid., Chapter XIV.
  • M. L. H., "Martha Hamm Lewis Goes to Normal School", (as narrated by her daughters), The Educational Review , Oct., 1931.
  • Morison & Commager, The Growth of the American Republic , Vol. 1, New York, 1937.
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  • Murray, W. C., (1) "Present Special Position and Prospects of Teaching as a Profession", Journal of House of Assembly of New Brunswick, 1900, Appendix G of Annual Report on Schools, pp. 159-173; (2) "University Development in Canada", Tr. R. S. C., 1922, Series III, Vol. XVI, Sect. II, pp. 77-105.
  • New Brunswick Journal of Education, Saint John , Vol. 1, No. 12, Nov. 11, 1886.
  • New Brunswick: Journals of the House of Assembly, 1786-1902.
  • New Brunswick: Synoptic Reports of Debates of the House of Assembly, 1852, 1865, 1866, 1867, 1870, 1874-1902.
  • Parrington, V. L. (1) The Colonial Mind, 1620-1800 , New York, 1927; (2) The Romantic Revolution in America, 1800-1860 , New York, 1927.
  • Rand, Theodore Harding, Educational Circulars No. II-VIII, 1875; No. 9,1879; No. 11, 1880; No. 13, 1882; No. 14, 1882; Printed for the Department of Education at Fredericton.
  • Randall, J. H., Jr., The Making of the Modern Mind , Boston, 1940.
  • Raymond, W. O., (1) "A Biographical Sketch of Elias Hardy", Tr. R. S. C., Sect. II, 1919, R. S. C. Third Series, Vol. XIII, pp. 91-101; (2) "N. B. Schools of the Olden Time", The Educational Review , Saint John, Vol. VI No. 7—Vol. 10, No. 10, Dec., 1892—March, 1897; (3) "Notes regarding Peter Fisher", Fisher's First History of New Brunswick (1921 edition); (4) "New Brunswick: Political History 1867-1912", Canada and Its Provinces , Vol. XIV, pp. 403-431; (5) "The First Governor of New Brunswick and the Acadians of the River Saint John", Trans. R. S. C., Sect. II, 1919, R. S. C., Third Series, Vol. VIII, pp. 415-452; (6) "Col. Alexander McNutt and the Pre-Loyalist Settlements of Nova Scotia", Trans. R. S. C., Sect. II, R. S. C. Series III, Vol. 5, pp. 23-114, Vol. 6, pp. 203-215.
  • Reisner, E. H., Nationalism and Education since 1789 , New York, 1936.
  • Ross, G. W., "Education in Ontario since Confederation", Canada: An Encyclopedia of the Country , (J. Castell Hopkins, ed.), Vol. III, Copyright 1897.
  • Sissons, C. B., (1) Egerton Ryerson, His Life and Letters , Vol. I Toronto, 1937, (2) Bilingual Schools in Canada , Toronto, 1917.
  • Smith, Preserved, A History of Modern Culture , Vols. I & II, New York, 1930 & 1934.
  • Smith, William, The Evolution of Government in Canada , (Confederation Memorial Volume), Montreal, 1928.
  • Stanley, G. F. G. "James Glenie, A Study in Early Colonial Radicalism", Collections of N. S. Historical Soc. , Vol. 25, pp. 145-173, Halifax, 1942.
  • Stephenson, Isaac,Recollections of a Long Life , (privately printed) Chicago, 1915.
  • Supreme Court of New Brunswick, Reports of Cases Determined by, Vol. III, 1875-1876, The Queen vs. Chasson, pp. 546-597, Saint John, 1877.
  • Tache, Archbishop,Denominational or Free Christian Schools in Manitoba , Winnipeg, 1877.
  • Trevelyan, G. M., A Shortened History of England , New York & Toronto, 1942.
  • Trotter, R. G. "The Coming of Confederation", Cam. Hist. Br. Emp. , Vol. VI, Chap. XVIII.
  • Turner, F. J., The Frontier in American History , New York, 1920.
  • Wallace, W. S., The United Empire Loyalists , Toronto, 1914.
  • Webster, J. C., The Distressed Maritimes , Toronto, 1926.
  • Wertenbaker, T. J., The First Americans, 1607-1690 , New York, 1927.
  • Whitelaw, W. M., The Maritime Provinces and Canada before Confederation , Toronto, 1934.
  • Willison, Sir J. W., Sir George Parkin , London, 1929.
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  • Wilson, C. E., "New Brunswick's Entrance into Confederation", Can. Hist. Review , Vol. IX, No. 1, pp. 4-24, March, 1928.
  • Winslow Papers , Raymond W. O., (ed.) Saint John, 1901.
  • Wishart, Rev. W. T., Extracts of Lectures on Political Economy , Saint John, 1845.
  • Wright, Esther Clark, The Miramichi , Sackville, 1944.

III. Newspapers 

  • City Gazette , Saint John, 1818,1819.
  • Instructor , Bay Verte, N. B. (Printed at Charlottetown, P. E. I.), Feb.-May, 1861.
  • Morning Freeman , Saint John, 1871; Jan. 16, 1875, Vol. XXIV, No. 149; Feb. 11, 1875, Vol. XXV, No. 4.
  • Morning News , Saint John, 1859.
  • New Brunswick Courier , Saint John, 1848-1862.
  • New Brunswick Reporter and Fredericton Advertiser , Vol. 31, No. 12, Jan. 20, 1875; Vol. 31, No. 14, Feb. 3, 1875.
  • Royal Gazette , Fredericton, 1830.
  • Saint John Chronicle , July 10, 1857.
  • Saint John Daily Telegraph & Morning Journal , 1871.
  • Saint John Gazette , 1799.
  • Weekly Chronicle , Saint John, Jan. 2, 1857.
  • Western Recorder & Weekly Herald , Saint John, March 19, 1859.

IV. Miscellaneous 

  • Madras Schools, Thirtieth Report of, Saint John, 1849; Twenty-eighth Report of, Saint John, 1847.
  • McGee, D'Arcy, Speech on Separate School Bill of 1863, (Saint John Public Library).
  • Mechanics Institute, Catalogue of Library with Constitution, Rules and Regulations, Saint John, 1855.
  • Regulations for the Government of the Collegiate Grammar School at Fredericton, Fredericton, 1829.
  • Saint John Free Public Library, Scrapbook R. 971.532; Scrapbook No. 10.
  • Statutes of New Brunswick, 10V Cap. 56. 21V Cap. 9. Cap. XXI Vict. 34.
  • Typescript in the possession of Louise Manny of Newcastle, N. B. (Clippings from the Chatham Gleaner.)