Volume 12, Number 3 (Summer 1996) – Another Time, Another Prince: The Royal Visit August 1860

Officers' Quarterly Volume 12, Number 3 (Summer 1996) - Another Time, Another Prince: The Royal Visit August 1860

Officers’ Quarterly Volume 12, Number 3 (Summer 1996) – Another Time, Another Prince: The Royal Visit August 1860

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

“Curator’s Corner … Behind the Mary Grannan Exhibit” by Bruce Lynch (page 6)

“Letter to the Editor: A Great-Great-Granddaughter Remembers” by Alice Hughes, Victoria British Columbia (page 8)

“‘Boss’ Gibson Update” (page 10)

“Remembering Agatha Bonga” (page 10)

“Books from the Barracks … A New Book and a New Perspective: A First-Person Narrative” by M. Christopher New (page 12 & cont. on page 29)

“Poetry Pavilion” The original Officers’ Quarters was called the Pavilion by Richard Laurent Provencher (page 15)

Poems include: Hidden From View, Kite Flying, Three Children, Dyke Lake Nova Scotia, Blueberry Picking and A Spiritual Banquet

“Featured Article … My Life in the Black Watch” by Nicolaas de Vries (page 16)

“Beyond York-Sunbury – New Brunswick’s Postal History … Part Two: The Connell Stamp” by Michael O. Nowlan (page 19)

“Officers’ Bookcase … The Ever-Popular Jane Austen” by Margaret Anne MacKinnon (page 21)

“Passing Through: A Royal Visitor in 1860 …” by Anita Jones (page 24)

“Recipes from the Pioneer Kitchen … York-Sunbury Style” by Pat Flemming (page 27)

Recipes include: Medium White Sauce, Stuffed Tomatoes, Grandmother’s Pickled Beets, Mother’s Molasses Cake, Strawberry Jam, Raspberry Jam and Strawberry Shortcake.

“Garrison Ghosts … from 60 years ago” (page 28)

The Last Word … Political Labels” by Dr. Murray Young (page 30 & cont. on page 26)

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