Volume 10, Number 1 (Winter 1994) – Robert Burns born 235 years ago

Officers' Quarterly Volume 10, Number 1 (Winter 1994) - Robert Burns born 235 years ago

Officers’ Quarterly Volume 10, Number 1 (Winter 1994) – Robert Burns born 235 years ago

Contents:

“Letter from the Editor ..” by Ted Jones (page 3)

“Curator’s Corner …” by Kelly McKay (page 3)

“Books from the Barracks … Provincial Currency Explored –Coins of New Brunswick by Richard Bird” review by Ian Graham (page 4)

“Poetry Pavilions” the original Officers’ Quarters was called the Pavilion by Dr. Alfred G. Bailey (page 4)

Poems: When Daffodils are Dead and The Winter Mill

“Passing Through Remembering the 43rd” by Linda Squires Hansen (page 5)

“Minto Students Visit World War II Site in York County” by Haley Albert (page 6)

“Annual Authors’ Recognition Night” (page 6)

“Book Launching: The Other Side of the Coin” for Coins of New Brunswick (page 7)

“Feature Article: Three Brief Candles” by Ted Jones (page 8)

“Garrison Ghosts” (page 12)

“The Officers’ Bookcase … A Lesson in Understanding ~ A Different Kind of Christmas by Alex Haley” by Anita Jones (page 13)

“Recipes from the Pioneer Kitchen … York-Sunbury Style”by Pat Flemming (page 14)

Recipes include: Sweet and Sour Deer Stew, Rabbit Baked with Onions and Mushrooms and Scotch Cakes

“The Last Word” by Fred White

“York-Sunbury Historical Society Presidents: since its inception, the Society has had 29 presidents” 1932 to 1994 (page 15)

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