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--November 9, 2017. 1) b 2) a 3) c 4) c 5) b 6) c 7) d 8) c 9) a 10) a
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--November 9, 2017. 1) The Magog River powered several large factories in Sherbrooke. What was this one called? a) Kayser Silk b) The Paton Mill c) Dominion Textile d) None of the above
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--November 9, 2017. 1) d 2) d 3) b 4) a 5) b 6) a (after Josiah Sawyer) 7) c 8) a 9) d (and the river was the Coaticook River) 10) c (after Gilbert Hyatt)
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--November 9, 2017. 1) This village, located in Orford Township and home to a sawmill, was the scene of a fair amount of logging activity in the late 1800s? What was it called? a) Saint-Élie-d'Orford b) Deauville c) Rock Forest d) Cherry River
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1st Annual QAHN Heritage Fair, Eaton Corner Museum (October 13, 2017) Photo - M. Farfan
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QAHN Director JoAnn Oberg-Muller (centre) received an Outstanding Townshipper Award from Townshippers' Association at the Piggery in North Hatley this evening. JoAnn was cheered on by fellow QAHN-ers (left to right) Terry Loucks; Jody Robinson; Marion Greenlay; Heather Darch; Grant Myers; and nominator Matthew Farfan.
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Memphremagog from Owl's Head (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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Memphremagog from Owl's Head (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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Lake Massawippi (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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Lake Massawippi (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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Lake Massawippi (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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Black River, Lake Memphremagog (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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Memphremagog Lake (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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Memphremagog from Owl's Head (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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Mount Pinnacle, from Lake Lester (1897). This glass slide (magic lantern slide) was taken in 1897 by E. S. Jones, Official Photographer of the Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston. Photo - M. Farfan Collection
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The McDermott bridge near Cookshire is one of Quebec's oldest covered bridges. It was built in 1886 using the multiple kingpost design. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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Milan, Quebec is home to the new Donald Morrison Museum and Sentier des Écossais. (Photo - M. Farfan) Click here to know more!
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--June 1, 2017. In the late 19th century, before there was television, movie houses or the Internet, people read. In addition to newspapers, which offered news and notice of current events, local libraries offered a selection of more timeless reading matter, mostly in the form of books.
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By 1917, the reputation and actions of Lieutenant-Colonel Draper have crossed the Atlantic. When elections are announced in 1917, Draper is offered the Unionist candidature in Brome County. He accepts,yet stays at the front.