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The United Empire Loyalists of Remsheg; refugees from the American Revolution.

Part of Trail between Fort Cumberland and Remsheg photograph 2012
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Loyalist costumes were a big hit during plans for celebrating the Bicentennial in 1984
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Chart of Bay Of Fundy near Fort Cumberland
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Aerial photo of  former townsite called Fanningboro, now called North  Wallace
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Survey of Chignecto Basin at the northern end of the Bay of Fundy. Showing site Fort Cumband in 1755
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1766 document, part of a map of the Passaic River near Horseneck, New Jersey, several Loyalist names
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Loyalist soldier
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Part of the map of Fanningboro, surveyed by Charles Baker in 1784. Document shows statistics.
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Museum workers Jim Reeves and Amos Grant searching for the corner marker of the Remsheg Grant.
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Map research program
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Careful Measurements to find the spot where the White Birch stood for the corner of lot #1in 1784
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Jim Reeves with Corner stake for Remsheg grant survey.
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Museum Worker Jim Reeves drives corner post for the lot #1 in the 1785 Remsheg Grant.
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Ken Tattrie, land owner, with museum employee AmosGrant, marking the corner lot of the Remsheg grant
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Copy of Westchester Grant Document
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Wallace and Area Bicentennial Committee celebrates the 1784 arrival of the Loyalists in 1984.
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A.F. Church map of Cumberland County 1869, showing Wallace Bay and Fanningboro
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Loyalists coming to Remsheg found small areas of rich marshland once cultivated by the Acadians
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