Volume 12, Number 1 (Winter 1996) – Marysville’s Alexander Gibson, Sr. (1819-1913): The Boss we Never Knew

Officers' Quarterly Volume 12, Number 1 (Winter 1996) – Marysville’s Alexander Gibson, Sr. (1819-1913):  The Boss we Never Knew

Officers’ Quarterly Volume 12, Number 1 (Winter 1996) – Marysville’s Alexander Gibson, Sr. (1819-1913): The Boss we Never Knew

Contents:
“Letter from the Editor …” by Ted Jones (page 3)

“Curator’s Corner …” by Bruce Lynch (page 5)

“Passing Through … Memories of Marysville” by Rev. G. Howard Christie (page 6)

“Collecting Antiques – An Expert Tells How” a report by Christine Laurin (page 8)

“Feature Article … Alexander Gibson & Marysille: The Paternal Development of a York County Town” by Michael Flinn (page 10)

“Poetry Pavilion” The original Officers’ Quarters was called the Pavilion by Ted Jones with help from the PANB Staff (page 14)

Poem: The News-Boy’s Annual Address/To the Patrons of The Headquarters/Fredericton, New Brunswick, 1st January 1848

“Recipes from the Pioneer Kitchen … York-Sunbury Style” by Pat Flemming (page 15)

Old-Fashioned Biscuits, English Brown Stew, Company Casserole, Corn Chowder and Bread Pudding

“Beyond York-Sunbury: A Northern Adventure …” by Michael Drury (page 16)

The Officers’ Bookcase … Early Settlement in Sunbury County; A Cloud of Witness by Lucy McNeill” by Anita Jones (page 18)

Garrison Ghosts” (page 19 & cont. on 27)

“Books from the Barracks … Fascinating Research on the Gibsons of New Brunswick: A First-Person Narrative” by Arvin S. Gibson (page 20)

“Gibson Genealogy Descendant Chart” (page 24)

“The Last Word … Maritime Union” by Dr. James Chapman (page 26)

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