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The history and development of the New Brunswick Museum (1842-1945)

William Austin Squire

The history and development of the New Brunswick Museum (1842-1945)

by William Austin Squire

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Published by New Brunswick Museum in Saint John .
Written in English

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  • New Brunswick Museum

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W. Austin Squires ; with an introd. by J.C. Webster
    SeriesAdministrative series / New Brunswick Museum -- no. 2, Administrative series (New Brunswick Museum) -- no. 2.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26573249M

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The history and development of the New Brunswick Museum (1842-1945) by William Austin Squire Download PDF EPUB FB2

On 5 April Abraham Gesner opened the Museum of Natural History, the precursor of the New Brunswick Museum, in one room of the Mechanics' Institute on Carleton Street, in Saint from his newly founded museum was not enough to solve Gesner's financial problems [clarification needed].Inhis collection passed on to his creditors who, in turn, donated it to the Saint John Location: Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

Add tags for "The history and development of the New Brunswick Museum ()". Be the first. 42 p.: 26 cm. The history and development of the New Brunswick Museum () Item PreviewPages: The lineage of the Archives & Research Library (ARL) of the New Brunswick Museum extends back towith the opening of Dr.

Abraham Gesner’s Museum in Saint John. InDr. Gesner left New Brunswick and his museum became the Mechanic’s Institute Museum. Inthe collections were taken over by the Natural History Society and inwere transferred to the newly completed New.

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Shawna Quinn holds an MA in history from the University of New Brunswick. She first came across the story of First World War nurse Agnes Warner while researching the role of women collectors in the development of the New Brunswick Museum.

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