The history of New Brunswick introduces us to the fierce competition over resources and their transportation. Shipping played an enormous part in colonial interest in Canada and it set the Maritimes up as an important strategic location to be conquered and defended.
While the powers that be fought over who would rule the world, the Wolastoqiyik people lived their lives by the Medicine wheel - an ancient symbol of wisdom in Indigenous culture and taught
the newcomers how to survive the bitter winters of their land.
New Brunswick History
55 Pages to Smash!
- The Acadians
- New Brunswick Lumber
- Shipbuilding in the Maritimes
- Pirates & Privateers
- France and Britain try to settle
- The Acadian Expulsion
- The American Revolution
- The Loyalists & Refugees arrive
- The Wolastoqiyik
- The Medicine Wheel
- The New Brunswick Coat of Arms
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