Kings Landing: A Living History Colourguide

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Formac Publishing Company Limited, 1997 - History - 72 pages
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At Kings Landing Historical Settlement, the nineteenth century comes to life: all the sights and sounds of New Brunswick's Loyalist past are here for visitors to experience.

George Peabody tells the stories of the families of Kings Landing, of the fine houses, furniture, and household goods brought together at the site. He brings these people to life in his account of rural and village communities. The history of every building in the settlement is told here, with more than 100 photographs illustrating the text.

With this book, you can explore the riches painstakingly assembled by the historians and curators at Kings Landing. The pictures and the text also serve as a memento of a visit to one of New Brunswick's finest heritage attractions.

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New Brunswick native GEORGE PEABODY is the author of School Days — A History of One-room Schoolhouses of the Maritimes, and is the editor of a collection of short stories, Best Maritime Short Stories.

H.A. EISELT is a passionate hiker and photographer who has explored many parts of the province. Previous books include the New Brunswick Colourguide and Hiking New Brunswick with his wife, Marianne. They live in Fredericton.canadian author

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