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Townships Photo Trivia: Name That Town!

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--November 4, 2016.

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1) This photograph, c.1905, shows Main Street in which village, formally known as "the Flat"?
a) North Hatley
b) Coaticook
c) Richmond
d) Ayer's Cliff

larger_002.jpg2) This view, c.1920, shows Main Street in which border town? Note the Anglican Church which burned down in the 1970s.
a) Mansonville
b) Abercorn
c) Beebe Plain
d) Rock Island

larger_003.jpg3) This view from the 1920s shows Child Street. But where?
a) Lennoxville
b) Waterville
c) Melbourne
d) Coaticook

larger_004.jpg4) This photograph dates to the 1870s. The American Hotel is shown on the right. Where was this taken?
a) Sherbrooke
b) East Angus
c) Cowansville
d) Granby

larger_005.jpg5) This is clearly a bigger town. But which one?
a) Sherbrooke
b) Granby
c) Magog
d) Way's Mills

larger_006.jpg6) This view dates to about 1905. The church is no longer there, but the courthouse on the right is. What town is it?
a) Stanstead Plain
b) Sherbrooke
c) Knowlton
d) Richmond

larger_007.jpg7) Another big town! But which one? Hint: this photo, c.1915, is taken on the corner of Main and Merry.
a) Eastman
b) Granby
c) Magog
d) Sherbrooke

larger_008.jpg8) This town, c.1915, was the scene of a recent catastrophe. Can you name it?
a) Lake Megantic
b) Windsor Mills
c) Granby
d) Cowansville

larger_009.jpg9) The Eastern Townships Bank seen in this photo, c.1920, is now a bar. What town is this?
a) Rock Island
b) Coaticook
c) Farnham
d) Frelighsburg

larger_010.jpg10) This postcard from 1910 shows what village? Hint: the white building in the distance is still the general store.
a) Barnston
b) Vale Perkins
c) East Hereford
d) Sutton

All photos courtesy of the Matthew Farfan Collection.

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