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What's New on Electric Canadian
Here I'm listing anything new added to the site over the past week or so. As my main work is on the Electric Scotland site I do need to focus entirely on that site so content will be added here as I get the time.


Added Chapter XVIII. Political and Educational Progress. Confederation. Incorporation. Judicial History of the County. Courts. Common Pleas. Our Schools and School-Masters to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added Chapter XVII. Social Progress from 1800. Negro Slaves. New Settlements. Salmon River. Kemptville. Beaver River. Ohio. Hebron. Carleton. Temperance and Total Abstinence Societies. Great Fire of 1820 to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added Chapter XVI. The Story of Yarmouth Shipping Enterprise. Anthony Landers. Ease of the Methodist body. The Free Baptists. Rise and Progress of Sunday Schools to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added Chapter XV. Supremacy of Yarmouth gradually asserted. War of 1812-14. Loyal Memorial. Defences to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added Chapter XIV. Opening of the Nineteenth Century. Condition of Roads and Bridges. Institution of the Post Office. H. G. Farish. Progress in Public Buildings. Episcopal Church. Abbe Sigogne. Social Conveniences to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added Chapter XIII. Commercial progress. Fishing. Early local merchants. Yarmouth made a Port of Shelburne. J. N. Bond. Religious Devolution. Henry Alline. Jonathan Scott. Harris Harding. Religious Census. Original homes and first locations of the early settlers to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added 3 videos showing you how to make Maple Syrup and then turning it into Maple Sugar.
Added Chapter XII. Third Decade 1780-90. Loyalist Element in the County. Cape Forchue meeting house. Escheated property. Partition of the Township of Yarmouth. Original Settlers of Tusket. Church Covenant of 1784 to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added Chapter XI. Fresh Arrivals. Memorial for a Re-adjustment of County limits. Colonial troubles of 1775. Politics of the period to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added some more information to the Canadian Tourism page along with another video.

Added Chapter X. Township of Argyle. When set apart. Successive settlement of Argyle, Tusket, Rel Brook and Pubnico. The D’Entremonts to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added Chapter IX. Opening up of the County by-roads. Public Worship. First Ministers. Chebogue Church raised to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added the Fall 2014 Newsletter of The Scots Canadian.
Added Chapter VIII. Increase between 1764-7. Township Grant. Marks of progress. Grist and Saw Mills to our History of Yarmouth book.
I decided to use YouTube to do a report on why Canada is seeing a decline in foreign arrivals.
Also added A video journey around BC.
Also added a few videos to our First Nations page.
Added a video "Our Home on Native Land - Wikwemikong" which is a one hour documentary made in Ontario. I've added this to the index page of our First Nations page.
Added Chapter VII. Continued influx till 1764. First notice of Argyle and Pubnico. Mr. Crawley’s Return, Personal references to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added Chapter VI. Progress of the work of Settlement. Committee appointed by Council. Rules for their guidance to our History of Yarmouth book.
Added the October 2014 newsletter of the Grand Priory of Canada.


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