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

 
Signature and date on the Fanningboro map
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Flag raising ceremony July 1st 1984
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Fireworks celebration on July 1st,, 1984
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Float for Gathering of the Clan`s Parade, Pugwash, July 1st, 1984
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Newspaper clipping about the1984 United Empire Loyalist  Celebration
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1984 Parade Float, Pugwash, celebrating the United Empire Loyalist  Bicentennial
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Newspaper article about loyalist costumes for 1984 celebration
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Mary Gordon enjoying the music at a reception 1984
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Loyalist celebration community parade Wallace 1984
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Lieut. Governor, Mayann Grants, arrival at Wallace and Area Museum 2008 Loyalist Celebrations
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Lieut. Governor Hon Mayann E. Francis recieves flowers during a Loyalist Celebration,  June, 2008.
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Author Gerald R. Vincent, on the left and Betty Brown daughter of author Harry Brown on right
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Loyalist clothing workshop,Wallace and Area Museum 2008
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Wallace and Area Museum's Traveling Loyalist display at Cumberland County Museum, Amherst, NS
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Part of the Bicenntenial Celebrations a parade in Pugwash, July 1st, 1984
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A descendant of United Empire Loyalist John Brown Fanningboro Resident
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Reinactor portraying a Delancy's Brigade medical officer traveling with the Loyalist refugees
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Loyalist costume workshop, part of the 2008 celebrations at the Wallace and Area Museum
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