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Wesley Edward Arnold MA. With thanks to the help of many folks to told me their memories.
References and credits are being added. Please advise of any omissions. I have made effort to see that every word is truthful. This is a work in progress. Your suggestions are welcome.
Also if you have some historical information send it to me. I will give you full credit in the text for it. Everything is donated by me at my expense. Copies of this complete history is available free on my website macombhistory.
Send comments and history to wecare macombhistory. To get true perspective we need to look at the big picture. Note the new better spelling of the word thru, and foto which are spelled the way they should be. Languages such as English can and do change for the better.
Looks strange but better. Also note that this work contains some thinking questions and comments for students for better learning. The entire work consists of 20 volumes most of which are now on a Compact Disk available from Friends of the Library for a small donation to them.
I receive no income from this as this is my gift to our community to preserve our American Heritage. I have been compiling our local history for almost 50 years on a part time basis and have over that time period given away many copies of it.
At this writing I am 70 years old and in poor health. In the little time I have left I will add to this history things that are most important including lessons of history.
Our current education system is failing to provide our children with adequate historical background. The average high school senior does not even know who we fought in WWII or why.
They have little idea of the suffering of those who secured their freedom. As a humble veteran who has lost friends in wars I feel a duty to help educate future generations.
Therein is the purpose for my books.A number of US documents on this web site—the US Census of "Matawascah", the US Census of the Madawaska Settlement, plombier-nemours.com River, the Deane and Kavanagh Survey, US Census of Madawaska North of the plombier-nemours.com River—are surveys or censuses undertaken by the State of Maine or by the U.S.
government in communities that are today part of New Brunswick. John Askin and grandson George Hamilton. John Askin was the son of James Askin & Alice Rae born in Northern Ireland.
John came to New York in , becoming a sutler of the British Army stationed at Albany. About he moved to Michilimackinac and established a store, providing goods to the community & the British Army stationed there.
The Peace of Paris of was the set of treaties which ended the American Revolutionary plombier-nemours.com 3 September , representatives of King George III of Great Britain signed a treaty in Paris with representatives of the United States of America—commonly known as the Treaty of Paris ()—and two treaties at Versailles with representatives of King Louis XVI of France and King Charles III.
The Peace of Paris of was the set of treaties which ended the American Revolutionary War. Treaty with the United States of America Based on preliminary articles made 30 The French may still fish in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The American Documents for the Study of History AMDOCS is maintained by an unfunded group of volunteers dedicated to providing quality materials for free public access, and was founded in Compiled by Prof.
Wesley Edward Arnold MA. With thanks to the help of many folks to told me their memories. References and credits are being added.