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  This is the place to post your queries on families, places, or anything else. Please start by reading the post below, "How to use the discussion board".   Ici vous pouvez poster vos questions au sujet des familles, des endroits, ou de n'importe quoi. Veuillez commencer par lire la poste ci-dessous, "Pour utiliser le forum"  

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About this Forum / À Propos de ce Forum  
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Families of the Upper St.John River Valley
Familles de la Vallée Supérieure de la Riv.St-Jean
 
My Families / Mes Familles  
History / Histoire  
Documents transcribed on this website
Les documents transcrits sur ce site web
 
Origins of the People of the USJ
Les origines des inhabitants de la VSRSJ
 
No new posts First Nations / Native Peoples
The first inhabitants of the valley: Maliseet nation
   
1 1 03 Jul 2005 10:50
wardsmith View latest post
No new posts Acadia
Expelled from Acadie in 1755 many Acadians ended up in the upper St.John River valley
   
2 2 19 Jun 2005 21:53
ChipG View latest post
No new posts Canada -- St.Lawrence River valley
Along with Acadians, many francophones from the St.Lawrence River valley moved to the upper St.John valley.
   
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No new posts Maine & Massachusetts
The earliest English-speakers who settled came around 1820, and continued to migrate to the valley throughout the 1800s. Many of them came from Maine and Massachusetts
   
2 7 13 Apr 2007 14:32
DarrellToo View latest post
No new posts Baie des Chaleurs
A number of families moved from the Baie des Chaleurs, including the Gaspé peninsula, to the upper St.John valley
   
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No new posts Irish & Scotch
Often migrating via New Brunswick.
   
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No new posts Lumberjacks
A great attraction of the valley was its stands of timber. Lumberjacks came from the Kennebec and Penobscot valleys, from the Baie des Chaleurs, and from other regions. A forum to discuss the network of lumbermen in the valley.
   
2 3 29 Dec 2011 16:44
ChipG View latest post
No new posts Loyalists
Although not many Loyalists settled in the Madawaska settlement, many settled a bit downriver in what is today Victoria County.
   
1 3 14 Feb 2006 21:44
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No new posts Others
A place to discuss any other groups who came to or left the valley
   
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