His­tory

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– Jan. 6, 1936

– One of the worst black­mail, baby kid­nap­ping, and mur­der cases in pro­vin­cial his­tory takes place at Pa­cific Junc­tion. Arthur and Daniel Ban­nis­ter are later hung for the crime in Dorch­ester’s West­mor­land County Goal.

– An Aca­dian del­e­ga­tion from New Brunswick (Adélard Savoie Q.C., Dr. Léon Richard, Gil­bert Finn, and Eu­clide Daigle) com­mence a 2-week di­plo­matic visit to France. They re­turn with a pledge of as­sis­tance to Aca­dian cul­ture in New Brunswick.

– Jan. 6, 1968

– Jan. 6, 1841

– The Re­port of Amer­i­can Com­mis­sion­ers is re­leased, con­cern­ing the bound­ary line be­tween New Brunswick and the State of Maine.

– The town of She­diac is in­cor­po­rated.

– The State of Maine pre­pares for war with New Brunswick, as Colonel Jarvis and 800 Maine vol­un­teers oc­cupy the dis­puted ter­ri­tory of Aroos­t­ook.

– Two earth­quakes, mea­sur­ing 5.5 and 4.9 on the Richter scale, shake cen­tral New Brunswick. No se­ri­ous dam­age or in­juries oc­cur.

– Jan. 7, 1903

– Jan. 9, 1839

– Jan. 9, 1982

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