Running the Dawsonville Rapids, the Worst on the Restigouche River, New Brunswick

Black and white photograph of two men in a canoe shooting rapids

photograph: Running the Dawsonville Rapids, the Worst on the Restigouche River, New Brunswick, c. 1900. People have been travelling New Brunswick’s water highways for thousands of years. Canoeing the Restigouche River is a long tradition in northern New Brunswick. A familiar place to many who take part in this activity is the ‘Rafting Grounds’ near Dawsonville.

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William Francis Ganong Collection
c. 1900
Dawsonville, Restigouche River, New Brunswick, CANADA
1987.17.669
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